You are confident that you don’t do anything inappropriate when you create an account.
Yet, it keeps happening.
Not long after creating an account on a dating app and having a few innocent conversations with members, you get banned.
Many-a-time, when a phenomenon like this keeps happening, your account is raising an internal red flag.
There is something about your account that is causing the dating app to ban you.
It might have to do with your images.
Even though they aren’t suggestive, they may have been stolen by online scammers and used on multiple dating apps all over the internet.
When images that are connected to scammers traverse the digital world of dating apps, eventually, the dating apps pick up on it and ban any account that is connected to those images.
Again, your images may be innocent, but if scammers have stolen it to use on multiple dating apps, pretending to be you, a dating app’s algorithm will learn to spot any account associated with those images and ban that account.
Have you looked into this?
There is a world of online scammers who steal images of real people off the internet and use them on dating apps to lure unsuspecting men for financial gain.
Do an image search of your pictures and look at who else out there in the vast world of the internet may or may not be using them for their own nefarious purposes.
If you discover that your images have been stolen by online scammers, now you know the source of the problem that is leading to you getting banned on these dating apps when all you are doing is having innocent conversations with people.
Besides the probability that your images have been stolen by online scammers and being used on multiple dating apps for fraudulent purposes, you should look into the probability that someone from your past has something against you.
An ex-boyfriend or an admirer.
As vast as the internet is, people bump into someone they know all the time online.
Do you have an ex-boyfriend who has never gotten over the breakup?
How about an admirer that you have never felt the same way about but has persisted in pursuing you over the years?
Sometimes, when individuals like these are on dating apps and discover your dating profile, they get jealous.
They don’t want anyone else to have you.
With this mindset, they start flagging your dating profiles.
The intent is to make the dating app look at your dating profile as a bad actor.
An ex-boyfriend or admirer can even go as far as creating multiple fake dating profiles and using them to flag your dating profile so that it appears as though a bunch of members are doing it.
Inevitably, the dating app has to take notice and this results in your account getting banned.
This ex-boyfriend or admirer will go to other dating apps to see whether your dating profile is on them too.
Once he sees you on them, he repeats the behavior.
He flags your dating profile, hoping that the dating app finally does something about it and bans your account.