Fake online dating photos
Stealing photos from people's social media isn't difficult, so an abundance of photos doesn't guarantee a real profile either; however, a lack of photos or one or two generic photos can point toward a fake profile.
A profile with a photo or two and just the bare minimum of information supplied may have been set up by someone not necessarily eager to put their best foot forward who instead just wants to get a profile up so they can start messaging people.
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Always keep in mind if a profile looks too good to be true (like a drop-dead gorgeous foreign dignitary who wants to find someone to sail around the world on his or her dime), then it likely is.
If the profile only has one or a couple photos -- or if the photos that are there look as if they could easily be stock photos (generic photos of people smiling at the camera) -- this can be a tipoff this profile isn't a real person.
It's a sign of someone who is either pretending to be someone they aren't or of a person who can't be bothered to put any effort into actually meeting someone.
A trick popularized on MTV's Catfish show is to click and drag the photo into a Google image search.