Question: Why do Tinder bots want your number?

Apparently, Tinder spam bots simply changed their scripts in order to get users phone numbers instead. They then proceeded to text them the spam links via SMS. Of course, just because Tinder made a technical change then Tinder-related SMS spam increased, that doesnt mean that the change caused the spams increase.

Do Tinder bots ask for your phone number?

Once on the link, youll be asked for key personal data like your name, address, phone number, email, Social Security number, your birth date, and even your bank account or credit card number. While Tinder does include verified accounts, its done in-house at Tinder.

Can Tinder bots hack your phone?

According to the company, the security flaws can be exploited by hackers to breach any Tinder users privacy. The vulnerabilities affect both the iOS and Android versions of the application and make it possible for an attacker using the same network as the user to monitor the latters Tinder activity.

Why do guys ask for your number on Tinder?

Chances are that, if your match asks for your digits, then theyre interested in taking things to the next level. And if you feel comfortable giving out your number at that point, then go for it. You should know, however, that exchanging numbers doesnt mean you and your match are on the same page about meeting up IRL.

What can a Tinder scammer do with your number?

Once they have your number, the bad guys can clean out your financial accounts, confiscate your email, delete your data and take over your social media profiles.

Is it safe to give your number to strangers?

Keep Private Information Private. Phone numbers, whether for personal or business use, are exclusive and private pieces of information. Giving your number to a stranger could be all the difference between life as you know it and a chaotic privacy nightmare.

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