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This is regarding my 17 years old cousin who created a fake profile oin POF using some male models pic Anyway somebody on the site has found out that he is using a fake pofile and been sending him threatening emails He's really panicking now This is what somebody has been messaging him "Stolen pictures of a guy in America.If you like, I can trace your IP address and find out who you really are..... He is really worried This is regarding my 17 years old cousin who created a fake profile oin POF using some male models pic Anyway somebody on the site has found out that he is using a fake pofile and been sending him threatening emails He's really panicking now This is what somebody has been messaging him "Stolen pictures of a guy in America. The only thing that you could potentially get in trouble for is if you use copyrighted pictures on the account, but even then that would only happen if the copyright holder took issue with it which in this case is highly unlikely. The only thing that you could potentially get in trouble for is if you use copyrighted pictures on the account, but even then that would only happen if the copyright holder took issue with it which in this case is highly unlikely. So if this person is crazy enough to contact the police and hands over his IP address will the police contact my cousin at least or are there likely to do nothing about it?

Then you will be busted" "You have a day to delete your fake profile. Tomorrow your IP address along with your home address is being handed in" "Oh, and when I get to find out your real identity, you will publicly be punished. And in terms of copyrighted images, all you'd get told to do is take them down first unless you got some monetary gain out of using them, then they'd also ask for some of that or sue you if you don't comply.

Or the IP address that I have now got from your account will be handed over to the police and I will also expose you all over pof." " Police do give a care. If the images are stolen as someone threatening says, then that would be an criminal offence, where are they stolen from? To me that somebody sounds just like people on some online game servers, "I'll tell the mod you'll get banhammer then! Well I've asked my cousin to delete his profile, he said he didn't want to meet anyone just was bored and wanted to see hows it like.

Then you will be busted" "You have a day to delete your fake profile. Tomorrow your IP address along with your home address is being handed in" "Oh, and when I get to find out your real identity, you will publicly be punished. If you like, I can trace your IP address and find out who you really are..... Do you think they are lying about 4 people being arrested?

Or the IP address that I have now got from your account will be handed over to the police and I will also expose you all over pof." " Police do give a care. Then you will be busted" "You have a day to delete your fake profile. Tomorrow your IP address along with your home address is being handed in" "Oh, and when I get to find out your real identity, you will publicly be punished. If somebody sent me messages like that I'd be tempted to go to the police myself, they seem to be of a threatening nature.

So what if they have his IP address (even though I don't see how they could have it unless they have access to the Plenty of Fish web servers! An IP address will only tell them your cousins service provider. The more I read into it, the more this sounds like a vicious troll or someone has hacked into his PC/laptop.

From that they will need a court order to ask the service provider for your cousins identity, physical address etc. Either way, ensuring he has the latest AV definitions and running a thorough anti-virus check, decent firewall, shredding of his profile history/temp folders etc.All that can happen is if the guy himself contacts you and asks you to remove the images, if you don't comply then he could sue you, but there wouldn't be much point to that if you're not gaining anything from them. Immoral if he hurts someone emotionally by doing this but illegal it is not. The judge will laugh at them EVEN IF it were illegal which it is not.Just tell him to chill and that guy who's threatening him to f himself. It may well be they are deliberately worrying him and working him into a frenzy because they will next ask for money in order NOT to go to the police. As others have said, the only way they could have obtained his real identity is by hacking his account - which is illegal. I very much doubt the perpetrators are even in this country. It is currently estimated that one in five marriages today now comes from online dating. Even worse, there have also been instances of stalking and assaults. When asked if they’ve ever met, the answer is “No, but I know this is my soul mate.” Maybe. In today’s world of online dating, there are currently three kinds of available services. Horror stories about dating site dates continue to surface, including situations ranging from ridiculous mismatches, to fraudulent “profiles,” to being scammed and losing money. Every divorce attorney has a story about a potential client seeking a divorce because he or she met someone across the country that the client wants to marry.I don't have a POF profile , so wondering if anyone on that site would be kind of to report the user This is his/her profile below: Unless he is impersonating those models or using copyrighted images, to gain or wrong someone, then no, nothing is really going to happen.

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