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He said that as long as she didn't say she was 15 (which she never did, all indications said she was 29) that they can't prosecute you for that.
I'm assuming they leave the "I'm 15" part out because 99% of men would immediately stop talking to someone that young.
She asked for my name and age, which I found weird since I mentioned my name on my initial app message and age was on my profile.
Plenty of Fish (POF) is an online dating site that uniquely claims to have millions of users worldwide.
From our perspective at The Daily it has earned another unique claim as well.
Stupidly, I said whatever and sent a picture in return to which I received a text reply complimenting. This morning, morning after the texts were exchanged, I get a phone call from a "detective johnson" from a number with my same area code claiming he'd gotten a disturbing call about texting an underage girl and exchanging photos, saying I could get sent to prison for 30 years unless I could resolve it with the father whom he claimed was willing to work with me before taking further action.
I was given the number 843-274-8997 for a 'James Davis' to resolve this.
I got a call later from Mr Davis, still in a noisy room after claiming he'd be going outside to call me, saying that his wife was wanting to turn in the phone and take action.
At that point, I had calmed down knowing I really wasn't in any trouble after finding out about the scam, I could tell that Mr Davis was just fishing for me to try and offer to pay him off or something without saying it just repeating the same thing over and over.In the end, because of the noisy room, all I heard him say was something about not wanting to waste my time and hung up.I then preceded to send a text to Mr Davis letting him know that I was aware of the scam they were pulling off because I had searched both his and the detectives numbers.In addition to POF, this scam has targeted men on Craigslist, Meet Me, OKCupid, Seeking and other apps.We hear from so many men targeted by this scam that we cannot keep this article updated fast enough with all the information we receive.His "wife" (most likely the subject in the photos) was on the way to the station to press charges.