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The reader, who wished to remain anonymous, said he had received the same set of messages more than once, and that he realised he was not speaking to a real person when he began receiving responses not lining up with what he said.
One Twitter user tried an unusual method to discover that the guy was not real “When you get it the second time – you’re like ‘what?!
-I’m sure I’ve had these messages before'”, he said.
The reader confirmed that he was talking to a bot after he sent the same message over and over and got the same responses each time.
One user said he rarely used Grindr but that he had been contacted by a bot each time he had logged on in recent months.
In this instance the software would lure users to a malicious web address in an attempt to install a virus on the device being used.
Users pointed out that one way to spot a bot is that their height is often listed as under 3 foot The bots, after sometimes convincingly carrying out a conversation, try to lure the user into clicking on a spam link to a fake webcam site.