London, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 September 2013
The new service typically works without any technical implementation on behalf of the dating site, allowing executives to get a feel for whether they have a problem or not without involving the development team.
Publicly-available profile data, such as photos and profile text, are scanned, analysed and compared with Scamalytics’ blacklists to produce a report identifying profiles which are of concern.
Scamalytics co-founder Nick Tsinonis commented: “Whilst we get the best results by including data such as IP addresses and behavioural information, our shared industry blacklists are now of such a size that we can pick up a proportion of scammers just by the information in their profiles”.
“This allows us to scan the majority of dating sites just by getting the go ahead from the relevant person within the business, who can then sit back and wait for our report”.
Scamalytics are sponsoring the dating industry’s annual European Online Dating Conference, iDate in Cologne, where Tsinonis and his team will be on hand to discuss the new service.
For more information, or to request a free site scan, contact Nick Tsinonis:
Scamalytics Ltd, based in London (UK), has been designed from the ground up specifically to tackle the issue of scammers on dating and social networking sites. Founded by a group of industry veterans, the team has years of experience in both detecting scammers, and in applying the latest machine learning techniques to make sense of user behaviour.
Clients benefit not only from less scammers on their sites, but also from a reduction in the chargebacks that result from organised fraud.