Random friend request on facebook from hot girl
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Forums Recent Rules My Activity. Hey there! Welcome to the Digital Spy forums. Sign In Register. Sign up to Digital Spy's newsletter to get the biggest news and features sent straight to your inbox. Does anyone else get hot randomers sending them friend requests on Facebook? I've never accepted one but I'm getting intrigued as to what the story is. Today I had one from a really pretty brunette saying she was looking for a decent boyfriend as she couldn't find one in real life.
Out of curiosity I looked at her friend list and she had 64 friends, 50 of which were called 'Carl' guess my first name from that!
Now I'm wondering. Does she just like the name 'Carl'? Is she doing this for a bet? Has someone hacked her account? Is it a con to get money out of men? Does anyone else get this and did you ever accept the request? Did you find the love of your life or did someone pull a on you?
Moony Posts: 15, Forum Member. If its too good to be true I dont get rafts of hot chicks coming up to me desperate to be my friend in real life - so if they did it on facebook i'd be rather suspicious.
Click the ignore button, go get a couple of tissues and google "hot brunette". Some kind of spambot is my betting, add her and then wait a few days and she will get binned off and her profile will become inactive. MrHoppy Posts: 7, Forum Member. Hi Carl, I've got a few like this.
I imagine it's some kind of scam, because the girls are hot. I've never accepted a friend request unless it's someone i know, or someone who has loads of my friends already. MidnightFalcon Posts: 15, Forum Member. Hi Carl Call me paranoid but I always hear alarm bells when random hotties contact me out of the blue wanting to get jiggy. Random friend requests from people usually wanting to get as many "friends" as possible are commonplace on Facebook, Myspace, etc. I wouldn't hold out for any sort of meaningful interaction, but as the saying goes - "Before, there was fate.
Now, there's Facebook". There was a lot of this on myspace a few years ago, it was spam for porn sites. If I don't know them Brunnen-G Posts: Forum Member. Had a few pretend hot chicks who I think are actually spam bots but they quickly get blocked; and then quickly do a runner when they realise I've sussed them. The indicator is usually the number of people they follow; if it's in the thousands then they are usually spammers.
Ive had 5 or 6 lately, all have a link to pictures on friend finder wich you need to pay for i assume. Carrierbag Head Posts: 7, Forum Member. Something's going on. Those things are usually to get you to sign up to some site or other, or pay out money in some way. Good looking girls on networking sites don't tend to have to hunt out guys. Guys descend on them in droves. The Carl thing's a bit weird and intriguing, though.
I quite often get random adds on MSN, some girl saying come and view me on webcam JUST to prove that you were over 18 years of age Release Me Posts: 3, Forum Member. I get loads of people sending me friend requests and when you accept them you hear nothing from them again. These Internet sites are all about collecting friends and getting as many as possible. I politely declined her kind request yesterday. Now I have no link to her profile so I can't see quite how many Carls she has lured in.
I'd imagine you'd probably find she wants your money. Probably via Western Union money transfer. CarlLewis Posts: 5, Forum Member. Maybe I should use my Digital Spy name on Facebook instead of my real name!
HarryValley Posts: 16, Forum Member. Just been talkin about this oddly enuff! Stiffy78 Posts: 26, Forum Member. The scam is, they get you to pay to watch the hot brunette getting excessively jiggy with someone else, which may leave you feeling a little empty.
She probably got dumped by her Boyfriend called 'Carl' and is trying to add every single Male in the world with the name 'Carl' in the hope that one of them will be her ex Boyfriend.
You be silly to be one of her Carls. Secondly its a fake account. Only 14 friends not called Carl from a pretty brunette? Good luck to having spam bot or internet fraud or being the ridicule of a side bet. It amazes me how people get cagey about even giving their first name on a forum like DS but are happy to add strangers who know get to know almost everything about them.
A hot chick messaging you randomly is either a A Nigerian scammer b A bot for a pornographic website. Sign In or Register to comment.
Adjust Your Facebook Settings to Reduce Spam Friend Requests
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There seems to be an increased amount of spam activity happening on Facebook lately, and you may have noticed an increase in the amount of bogus friend requests you've received. As a general rule, if you don't know the person in real life, they shouldn't be a Facebook friend. There is a way to at least reduce the amount of requests by making an adjustment in Facebook's settings. When you're signed into Facebook, click on the down arrow in the upper right corner of the page, and select settings.
Who Are All These Strange Women Trying to Friend Me on Facebook?
I got a friend request today from a random hot girl I never met. I added her and then checked out her profile figuring maybe I knew her but forgot. No mutual friends, nothing. In fact she had 9 total friends listed. Th 9 friends were located in random places all across the U. What's going on here? I get random friend requests sometimes and ignore them, but this is weird? Thanks, I actually keep my FB page stripped down and removed mostly anything because Im almost done with college and want to look professional, Unfortunately my girlfriend added a ton of pics of us and I dont want to hurt her feelings by untagging them even if I dont like having more than a basic profile pic up.
That Pretty Girl Friending You On Facebook? Be Cautious!
So I'm not any kind of dating guru or pickup artist but I've figured out how to get about new friend requests a week from single, attractive women on Facebook. I don't have go to bars, join dating websites or post craigslist personals, Facebook conveniently delivers me fresh prospects on almost a daily basis. Here's how. Women will friend request you if you have a good photo. Make sure you're profile includes interesting tidbits of information about yourself.
We know that you are popular. So, check out the seven signs below to see whether the person you just heard from on Facebook — or any other social media site — is a fake. A quick browse through some of my recent friend requests turned up with the girl pictured to the right.
Why do fit girls keep sending me friend requests on Facebook?
This works especially well if you can get your idea in front of a large number of people cheaply. People who argue against this form ignore that TV, Radio, and newspaper only ever had a very vague idea of their audience, but many advertosers got huge value and returns from direct advertising. It worked enough to keep these advertising hubs alive for over 50 years and most are still coining it in today. Anyway, back to the hotties in underwear.
And those are just the ones we can remember and who still have active Facebook accounts. Plenty more have come and gone before seemingly disappearing altogether. But alas, my messages have never received a response. Said reasons can include: To spam or spread a virus; to market and advertise; to test friends behind their back; or to harass an ex. The scam is basically to become friends with you to gain access to your friend network.
Why did a random hot girl add me on facebook?
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