The worldwide reach of the internet means that meeting people is a lot easier than it used to be… and a lot harder. Between dating apps and facebook and DMs, there is always a small possibility you’re not really talking to who you think you’re talking to. How can you be sure you’re not being catfished?
In a strange change of the narrative, this catfisher got a girl’s permission to exploit her photos before using them to get what she wanted.
This is Shania. She recently received a bizarre request via Facebook.
Apparently, the catfisher was using Shania’s photos to try and scam free textbooks out of some guy, but hit a brick wall and reached out to Shania for help.
For reasons beyond me, Shania agrees to help the catfisher.
Shania sent the photos, the catfisher thanked her, and they both go on their merry way.
Apparently, Shania had no problem with the catfisher using her photos but says it was only a one-time thing.
Twitter was in full support of the hoodwinking:
And if you’re wondering why the catfisher went through all that effort:
Joanne the Scammer would be proud. Would you have helped the catfisher, or would you have been too creeped out by someone using your photos?