A Tinder scammer tried to deceive a man

On social network X, a user named Jay posted a series of screenshots telling his story. It quickly caught the attention of the online community and went viral.


He mentioned meeting a person named Yami on the dating app Tinder, who preferred to communicate via WhatsApp and provided her number.

Tinder scammer 1The second screenshot displayed their WhatsApp conversation.

The next thing was Yami asking Jay for a “favour” of ₹ 1,000, claiming it was needed urgently for a few hours. Yami even provided a Google Pay number for the transfer.Tinder scammer 2

The next screengrab showed Jay responding to the scammer by showing her a fake screenshot of a failed payment to “Yasmeen”.Tinder scammer 3

Jay asked for ₹ 20 to confirm if “his Google Pay was working”. When Yami sent the amount, he immediately blocked her.

In a final screenshot, he shared a picture of a lit cigarette, purchased presumably with the same ₹ 20. The caption on the X post summed it up, “Scammer got scammed.”

The post has gone viral, with comments flooding in, commending Jay for outsmarting the fraudster.

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