Welcome to our Master Sexting Series. Whether you are a seasoned pro at sexting and just need some new material, or are brand new to sending sexts stick with us and you will be a master at sexting in no time! This series will have scripts and tips to help spice up your sext life! It’s important to remember there are many different ways to sext. This week we have screenshots of a sexting scam gone hysterically wrong. Names of the participants have been blocked out to protect the privacy of both the scammer and this brilliant intended target who gave this scammer a run for his money. In today’s world online dating and tweets and texts sometimes it’s hard to bridge the language barriers and tell the catches from the catfish. So here’s a good idea of what not to look for in your next online encounter.
First things first, if they don’t seem to actually pay attention to your responses chances are they aren’t really interested in you.
If they gloss right over major details in your life with responses like I want to love and sex you chances are they aren’t that into you.
Knowing exactly how much it would cost to travel to you within moments of finding out your location is also a pretty good indicator that they are just seeking funds. Also if they can’t spell “next” and “baby” but can spell western union and account, the language barrier is most likely a façade.
If they require you to send the money before they will even finish the current conversation, their more interested in the money than you.
Even a prostitute knows money comes after sex, not the other way around.
Proclaiming they want to be with you forever, before they have even asked your name is a pretty good sign they just aren’t that into you.
If their friends list is filled with names like “Fellatia McSuckle” they may not be a real person.
There may be plenty of fish in the sea, but try to steer your hook away from the bottom-dwelling catfish, no matter how “real for ur love” they are.
We will see you next week for more tips and tricks to help you master sexting.