A Singleton has claimed she was banned from Tinder after receiving an influx of messages enquiring if she was a catfish.
Laura Mundy, 21, from Leeds has only been on a date with a co-worker after being so keen to find a perfect match, investing in a plus version, costing her £7.99 per month.
Laura claimed she regularly receives messages saying ‘You are too fabulous to be true, believing Tinder actually banned her because she’s too good.’
‘I thought I would try online dating to see if I could find someone to date as my friends have been there before and came out successful. When I registered, I had a mixture of both filtered and unfiltered photos.’ Laura explained.
‘I had a lot of messages saying I was a fake profile and I don’t think anything of it, but the more incoming messages I got, I began to get annoyed with it. I receive messages saying I was a fake profile or using model’s photos.’
‘I receive endless messages even as I was on Instagram which I don’t have anymore. Likewise, I receive messages from verified people saying I can’t be a real account.’ Laura added.
Laura further claimed she didn’t receive any explanation from Tinder and that when she tried to create a new account with her number, a pop-up repeatedly said she was banned. Tinder, on the other hand, has been contacted for comment.
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