New Search Tool: More Arsenal to Recognize Scammers Online

Male-Scammers.com has been offering insights, resources and help to catch male scammers online. With women across the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and other countries having been conned millions of dollars in a very short period of time, it pays to look into the profile of the one you are chatting with in online dating websites and on the internet. Chances are if the man is a scam, his profile, photos, aliases and women who have already been conned are already in Male-Scammers.com.

Before you give your heart out to a stranger who insists he is in the United States, Italian or German Military, you might want to check out the weekly updated scam information on Male-Scammers.com site and know whom you are talking to. In fact, Male-Scammers.com have gone a whole gigantic step ahead in their effort to catch and spread information on dating scams across the world by providing a wholly new anti-scam tool founded on the photos metadata analysis that together with lots of other provided tools is capable of recognizing a possible scam for you!

Check hidden photos informationThe unique image file exchangeable format is a unique standard capable of specifying the formats for ancillary tags, sound and images that a digital camera uses, scanners, including iPhones and other Smartphones plus other image handling systems and recorded sound files through digital cameras.

Once you have uploaded a photo, you are able to see the metadata in various forms such as:

      1. The type of digital camera the image was captured where the camera model and camera name are viewable.
      2. The time and date when the photo was captured is also indicated; anyone can then contrast the details concerning the image received with that of a guy you are talking to on a dating site.

    Once you have ascertained where it was taken, you can go ahead and ask the individual where he took it, when and how far in the past it was and contrast the information with the data.

    Also, once you have uploaded the photo you are able to know:

      3. If an image manipulation tool was used since the software details will be provided and which software was it.
      4. The location where the image was taken is also included. In fact, if the geo location GPS function of the digital camera was activated the exact map of the location the image was taken will be provided.
      Other information you get to see include:
      5. The name or the photographer including copyright notice if any. In case the camera owner indicated clearly the data in the camera settings, the information on the owner and copyright will be clear within the metadata.

Since there are so many other technical information, but Male-Scammers.com users might not have a practical use for them and might not be shown.

Nonetheless, the tool does come with its shortcomings that you need to know:

      1. The metadata of the photos is quite easy to edit or delete but if you find the metadata completely absent you need to be suspicious; metadata can only be intentionally deleted so that the real details about the image remain concealed.

    But… Scammers can keep editing the metadata every time they contact a new victim but due to the number of people they are corresponding with it is possible to catch them red handed.

      2. It is also worth noting that GPS geo-location is not a function many people activate while using their digital cameras.

To the extent that this tool by Male-Scammers.com is used hand in hand with other information and resources about scammers it will be effective in helping every woman who might be corresponding with a scammer to know the real individual behind the photograph and messages. All the weekly updated scammer profiles, photographs, scam letters and constant input in Male-Scammers.com are features that users of the site and its tools can exhaust to catch scammers in dating sites before they ruin them financially and emotionally.