Online chat bot who wants sex
Still, look for those patterns and consider some of the tactics below.
Chatbots have become advanced, but there are still ways to trip them up and out them as the imposters they are.
You might also receive bot-like responses that are actually the result of a customer service rep using a tool to save time typing.
Responds Suspiciously Quickly Real humans need to sleep and take more than .1 second to type a detailed response.
They won’t be responding instantly and at all hours of the night.
Anything that doesn’t grow naturally from the conversation is most likely a disguised sales pitch.
Sends a Link Without You Asking for One Unless the link is directly related to a topic you brought up of your own will, it is most likely spam. Asks for Personal Financial Information Real person or not, receiving a message asking for any personal financial information such as your credit card number means it’s time to say goodbye.