Woman Uses Tinder Dating Scam to Humiliate Hundreds of Men
In another tinder dating scam, a woman identified as Natasha Aponte used the Tinder dating app to invite several hundred men on a simultaneous date in New York City this past Sunday afternoon, leaving her male suitors humiliated by the cruel joke. The dating scam turned out to be a stunt that the female publicity hound described as “Live Tinder,” a real-life game show of sorts that resembled a cross between The Bachelorette and Catfish. In the end, it’s hard to pick a winner here, but it certainly exposed narcisism and sociopathic personality traits at it’s most devious.
By tricking this crowd of unsuspecting men who were simply looking for love, Aponte shows the world just how manipulative some women can be.
Tinder Dating Scam
The Tinder dating scam artist quickly explained the set-up as a justifyable means of selecting a perfect date for herself. She complained that dating apps like Tinder made it too difficult to make a dating choice and that her dating scam idea made it more convenient for Aponte to choose a date.
The wanna-be actress and model sent invitations to hundreds of men – who acquired costs (taxis, parking, bus fares, gas etc) – to meet for a date in Union Square in New York, only to find a huge “reality-show” event that Aponte staged.
Dating Scammer Natasha Aponte
The dating scammer then went on to center out and eliminate individuals from the herd of suitors. For example, she eliminated men who have been dumped by other women, saying “They (the other girls) must have had good reason.” Aponte stooped even lower by singiling out and eliminating man named “Jimmy” or anyone who was under five foot, ten inches.
While this Tinder dating scam is a sad expose of how low some women will stoop too in their attempts to empower themselves, there is something even more unbelievably sad going on. And that is what men will do and how far men will go to get a date with any woman.
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