In recent years, dating has been taken to a whole new level. The reason why is the advancement of technology and the emergence of plenty of dating sites most people heavily rely on in the pursuit of true love.

That old fashioned dating when you met someone through a mutual friend or at a bar is barely nonexistent any longer.

However, as much as dating sites offer easy matching with people we have never met in person before, they also hide the dangers of stumbling upon suspicious people that represent themselves in a completely different light than they actually are.

There have been times when people who started talking and bonded with the help of a dating app experience a total shock when they meet in person.

 jjustjocelyn TikTokA woman named Jocelyn shared her experience with someone she met on the dating site Bumble.According to Bumble’s description, “women always make the first move,” so when she was matched with a man named Myles whom she found attractive, she decided to message him through the app.After some time, Jocelyn agreed to give Myles her phone number so that he could text her and arrange the two to meet up for dinner.

 jjustjocelyn TikTokHowever, once she received some text messages from him, she knew something was off, and it didn’t have to do with anything he wrote. Namely, she noticed that Myles’ texts were in green, which happens when someone texts an iPhone user with a device that is an Android or such. If he was texting from an iPhone, the message bubbles would be blue. This wouldn’t seem odd at all if she didn’t notice Myles was wearing an Apple watch on the photos he had on the dating app.According to Apple, “you need an iPhone 6s or later” in order to use an Apple watch, and since Myles had that watch but wasn’t using one, Jocelyn assumed the photos he posted could be of someone else, not Myles’.In the video below that she posted on TikTok, Jocelyn explained what she found out when she ran an image search on Google.

@jjustjocelyn as if dating wasn’t hard enough already #greenscreenvideo #datingapp #datingfail #catfish #catfishstory #storytime #2022 #couplegoals #fyp #bumble ♬ She Share Story (for Vlog) – 山口夕依

In an update, she said that Myles never responded to her last text.

Some TikTok users suggested that she sends Myles a screenshot of Ron’s Instagram, but since he hadn’t replied to her text, she decided not to do that.

Anyway, she hadn’t heard of Myles again and his Bumble account was deleted.

“We’re so sorry to hear about this! We’ve found the member and permanently removed them,” Bumble replied under Jocelyn’s video.

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Sources: Boreddaddy


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