Red Flags To Detect From Netflix’s The Tinder Swindler


The Tinder Swindler is a two-hour Netflix movie that follows the chronicles of a fraudster who conned women by attracting them on the popular dating app tinder. He conned out approximately 10 million dollars from them. So, the women joined together to find the fraudster and recover the money he took from them. 

It is rumored to be inspired by real-life events. So, No matter how many potential dates you meet online, there will always be a risk of crossing paths with the wrong ones. However, there are some common red flags that you need to spot and detect from Netflix’s The Tinder swindler.

Red Flags To Learn From Netflix’s
The Tinder Swindler

They will make exaggerated claims

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Even before you swipe right, you need to look for a red sign. People who seem flashy and make excessive claims will probably be superficial in real life. 

Things will seem too perfect

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It’s common to speculate about something that will seem too perfect to be real. When everything will seem too perfect, it can be a sign that there is something hidden and fishy.

They will make efforts to make things faster

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When someone wants something from you or hides something from you, they move faster to make sure you don’t get a chance to doubt. 

There will be a bulk of questions

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It’s obvious to ask questions to someone who wants to know. But, when the number of questions goes beyond the limit it seems like an inquiry. Also, Repeatedly asking questions over past relationships can be an inquiry. 

They shall skip the opportunity to meet

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It is normal to not be able to meet at the first chance. But, if he/she repeatedly dodges the questions to meet, it can be a sign that they are possibly not real.

Discussions regarding money or bank account details

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The discussions regarding money or bank account in the initial stages of conversations can be an important red flag. Make sure you don’t fall prey to it, don’t share your bank account or credit/debit card details. 

Requests to meet at an unknown place

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It is definitely not safe to meet someone you know from tinder at an unknown place. Everything on social media is not real, so it’s important to be cautious in such cases.  

Have you experienced any red of these red flags on Tinder? Tell us using the comments section. 

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