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How to Know If an Escort Upload False Photos

How to Know If an Escort Upload False Photos

You will have read that in Pasion we do not accept profiles with fake photos, today I come to show you how we do to verify that the photos of an escort are not stolen from other sites.

This will help you to check if you find a suspicious profile (sometimes we make mistakes) and it will also help you for other unscrupulous pages.

How to Know If an Escort Upload False Photos

You will have read that in Pasion we do not accept profiles with fake photos, today I come to show you how we do to verify that the photos of an escort are not stolen from other sites.

This will help you to check in case you find a suspicious profile and it will also be useful for other unscrupulous pages

What do we need?

It is not ultra-secret software, but two simple tools that everyone has at their disposal:

  • Google images. If you use Chrome, the Google Images option comes by default. If you use Firefox or another you will have to enter here.
  • TinEye Explorer Extension

When a prepaid creates a new escort profile, initially it is “Pending Review”.

And one of Pasion’s administrators should review it before publishing it. Whether it’s a free or paid profile, we always do these checks.

What a spanking! But will they be real?

So let’s proceed. We open each of the photos in large, and in the enlarged photo we right click.

If we have Chrome, by default we will get the option “Search Image in Google” and to be more secure since Google does not always have an answer we will also use the option “Search Image in TinEye”.

On the other hand, if you are from the cell phone, you will not be able to install the TinEye extension, but you can still use the Google Chrome option by pressing and holding on the image until you see the following box:

What a surprise! It turns out that lots of Google results from international websites that contain the image.

This is more than enough to suspend the profile.

However, in Tineye nothing came out for this image. So to show you how it would be, I tried another one of the photos and it did come out:

In 99% of the cases we have seen, it means that the girl downloaded the image of one of these sites to impersonate another person.

There are very few cases in which the photos really belong to the person (we check this by asking them to send us a photo with a verification photo) I would say that we have had 3 or 4 cases in the 4 years that we have been active in Uruguay and during our first year in Colombia.

This can be done both in Pasion and in any other page, except in some that have the right click blocked and the source code should already be accessed.

I hope it will help you.

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