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The end goal is to get people to the other website and sign up for an account.
The link they provided to you is unique so they get credits for all clicks and subsequent new accounts.
The person you're messaging probably has a ton of different profiles and is messaging with dozens of other people.
I'm USA-based and I believe the person in the pictures to be as well.
I messaged with this person for awhile but their word choices, grammar, etc.
I just don't understand how the moving pieces work.
This person's profile was full of pictures and short videos, some quite recently posted, and I believe all to be the same person.If the photo they've shared with you is found on sites clearly not related to the person you're chatting with, then they are trying to scam you either financially or emotionally. Reverse Image search site examples: https://reverse.photos/ https:// https://images.(click the camera icon to search by image) Off the top of my head I can see at least three ways that this interaction could be monetised; A) The dating site may have some sort of affiliate scheme whereby the catfisher gets money for each full subscription taken out or even for confirmed leads.