Swiping right on the wrong person could be costly.
A scam cooked up by two men on Tinder has netted at least 30 victims, who transferred “millions of baht” to the two between 2014 and 2016, authorities told the Bangkok Post.
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One of the victims transferred 15,000 baht ($435.92) to a woman he matched with on Tinder, that struck up a regular conversation with him.
She claimed to be a Thai Airways stewardess, explaining why she was never available to meet up in person.
But when she said she lost her credit card, and reached out for a loan, he transferred the money to her. Then she ghosted. Read more…