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Woman Slammed Top Dating Apps For Kicking Her Off ‘Because They Think She’s Not Real’

Woman Slammed Top Dating Apps For Kicking Her Off ‘Because They Think She’s Not Real’

When many believe “it’s too good to be true.”

A dating app user has been slamming the platforms as “unfair” after she was banned after she was reported as fake. Alaw Haff, a 24-year-old glamour model from Mold, Wales, has been kicked out of meet-up apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge multiple times.

The avid OnlyFans content creator shares her rage after she found out Simon Leviev, the infamous ‘Tinder Swindler’, was allowed to keep his account.

The man has been accused of conning his dates and has amassed millions of dollars so far, yet recent reports show that the man was still active on dating apps despite official announcements from the platforms having said otherwise.

Alaw makes over £44,000 from sharing racy content on the adult platform. While her appearance is her ultimate selling point, it had been her boon when it comes to finding the one on the apps.

Alaw also has a law degree but has been focusing on her entertainment career.

‘Tinder Swindler’ Simon Leviev is an infamous conman who was the main subject of interest in the ‘The Tinder Swindler’ documentary on Netflix. His real name is Shimon Hayut, and Simon Leviev is a fake identity he made up. He told women that he’s the son of Israeli diamond tycoon Lev Leviev.

It was estimated that he’d conned £7.4 million out of his victims.

Tinder shared that they’ve supposedly closed his account earlier this month, but reports show that Hayut was still active on the app a few days later.

Alaw was upset after she was banned twice on Tinder, once on Hinge, and once on Bumble. She shared with her 68.8k followers on Instagram, “The dating apps are treating me worse than the Tinder Swindler.”

“I think it’s all a joke after watching the show on Netflix, and he was still able to be on the app. I know he is banned now, but that is probably only as a result of the uproar following the documentary. I emailed Tinder again after watching The Tinder Swindler kicking off that he was still on the app and I was banned.”

“I had problems with a couple of my pictures, so I’d just replace them with others.”

She added, “I would never post anything offensive, but it’s hard to find a picture of myself wearing clothes when 90% of my pictures are in lingerie or swimwear due to my work.”

The model has inquired about the reasons for her account being banned or restricted, but she’s never received a concrete explanation so far.

“It’s always the same old automated response. I know I wasn’t nasty to anyone on there, I didn’t do anything criminal on there, I was well-behaved, so it’s got to be something like they think it’s a fake account or someone has too much time on their hands and keeps reporting me for some bizarre reason.”

“I genuinely think it’s someone bitter that reports me, or they somehow manage to associate me with OnlyFans and think I used the platforms for advertising purposes or sold subscriptions on there when I genuinely never [would] – I actually want to date!”

She’s even offered to provide proof of identification of herself, but none of them has responded to the offer. Alaw was sure that she never breached any of their guidelines and said that the removal without explanation policy is their “easy way out.”

With the situation as it is, Alaw says that she’ll be spending her Valentine’s day with a Chinese takeaway and figuring a way out to find dates without dating apps from now on.

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