Woman uncovered a catfish on Tinder after failing to delete his Google search from his profile

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Eagle-eyed Tinder user sees a VERY strange thing about her date’s profile picture and calls out the ‘catfish’ for leading women astray

  • An eagle-eyed woman unmasked a catfish posing as another person on Tinder
  • Tanith Gregory shouted fake profile of ‘Andrew’ after finding his Google search
  • The top of the photo showed that ‘Tim Johnson Model’ had not been removed from the image

An eagle-eyed woman has uncovered a catfish on Tinder after discovering its feeble attempt at photo-cropping.

Tanith Gregory called the fake profile of the self-proclaimed “nice and loyal” 43-year-old “Andrew” after finding his account on the popular dating app last week.

In a TikTok video, the photographer and stylist proved she wasn’t blind to her search for love when she saw a suspicious slogan on his profile.

An eagle-eyed woman has uncovered a catfish on Tinder after discovering he left his Google search for 'Tim Johnson model' above his screenshot

Tanith Gregory posted a fake profile of self-described 'nice and loyal' Andrew on TikTok

Tanith Gregory posted a fake profile of self-described 'nice and loyal' Andrew on TikTok

An eagle-eyed woman has uncovered a catfish on Tinder after discovering he left his Google search for ‘Tim Johnson model’ above his screenshot

“If you’re going to bother catfishing people on Tinder, at least make the effort to turn off the Google search,” she said.

In the footage, she points to the top of the screen where 43-year-old “Andrew” failed to delete his Google search for “Tim Johnson Model” from his screenshot.

Her discovery made it clear that the profile was a bad attempt at catfishing, where someone uses fake photos or even a completely false identity to lure romantic targets towards them.

In this case, the model Tim Johnson was used as the photo on the ‘Andrew’ profile to make the user look more attractive on the dating app.

The hilarious footage didn’t leave many dating app users surprised by the failed catfish attempt.

“I’m pretty sure I saw the same photo as a James,” one user commented.

“I was devastated, thanks for the laugh,” wrote another.

“That’s hilarious, I hope he’s been inundated with messages pointing out his mistake unless he’s done it as a topic of conversation,” another suggested.

Tanith Gregory (pictured) released a fake profile of self-described “fun and loyal” Andrew after finding his account on the popular dating app last week.

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