Fake Photos? Useful Tip : )

tp445

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Just thought I'd share this little technique I often use to verify the authenticity of photos on various websites. Lots of sites use fake photos as we all know. Well, thanks to "Google Images" there is a way to check the authenticity of many of them.

So we can expose fraudulent sites like the one I use in the example below.

Here's one of the girls from "Asian Doll House Tokyo":

http://www.www.yahoo.co.jp/#!sayaka/cxrn

It's actually not really "their" girl at all but a Korean model probably called Lyna Tran they have conveniently forgotten to include the face of in their pics. Using the method below we can see the real girl and photo they have stolen can be found on multiple other sites such as these ones and many others I won't bother to list here:

http://peperonity.com/go/media/17782773!3

http://www.haijiangzx.com/2013/meinv_0506/11324_13.html


Here's what to do:

1) Right click on the photo you want to check and save on your computer.

If you are unable to right click and save the photo because the site has blocked this function, then take a screenshot of the page with the photo in it (to take a screenshot on Mac press command + shift + 3 together or on a pc press the PrtScn button which will copy the screen to clipboard) and if not saved already, save the full screen image to your computer.

2) If you were able to download the photo directly to your computer then go to 3). If you had to take a screenshot then use Preview on Mac or Paint on a PC to crop the picture to its original size and save it to your computer.

3) Open the fantastic Google Images:

http://www.google.com/imghp

and drag / drop the photo into the search area and check the interesting results! Often you'll seen plenty of other sites the fake images are used on. If none come up, you may have a real photo on your hands ; )


Good old Google - doing good in many ways : )
 
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If you're able to get the URL of the photo you don't need to download it. Then you click the camera icon and enter the URL. You might be able to right click and "open image in new tab", or "inspect element" may give you the URL. The site mentioned above makes this difficult to do.
 

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Great info! Thanks! This is a quick and easy test to see if the shop is legit

The reality is that the the shops that recycle photos are usually very easy to spot- the hard part is to determine how much the real photos have been 'shopped

That gets us every time.
 

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You dont even have to download the image. Just go to images.google.com and drag the image from the website into the search box, and google will look for where that image appears online.

Just open two tabs, and you are good to go.

Also, tineye.com, the original reverse image search, is also helpful
 

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:p Babies, You are really funny ! Never normal girl will shou her real picture in this kind of work. In Tokyo 100% are fake. My GUARANTEE !
Good luck, "playboys".
 

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:p Babies, You are really funny ! Never normal girl will shou her real picture in this kind of work. In Tokyo 100% are fake. My GUARANTEE !
Good luck, "playboys".

I guess your "GUARANTEE" is for the agency you work for? That, I´ll buy. Otherwise, it is obvious BS.
 

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What a strange person (gender unknown) Martina is. I mean, why even bother posting such nonsense? Like, any of we "playboys" (I wish!) would believe such BS.
 

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What a strange person (gender unknown) Martina is. I mean, why even bother posting such nonsense? Like, any of we "playboys" (I wish!) would believe such BS.
I wouldn't patronize any business that tried to defraud me like that. Hell, I'd be more worried about getting robbed than getting the bait and switch.
 

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:joyful:"Bed review" is good review - we are not professional, we are just normal.
Google... Images... Helpful.... BS.... Good morning, kindergarden!
 

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A bad review - or a string of them - is death for an escort if it's bad enough! Reviews make or break you. And just fwiw, not all Tokyo escorts post fake pictures. All my photos are real and untouched by the magic finger of Photoshop. Sayuri's and Eri's have been proven real, too.

I'm uncompromising in my position on this: if you post fake photos as an escort you deserve any harsh reviews you get. It's like the selling cheap American beef as wagyuu scandal that came out a week or so back. ;)
 

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Agreed Kitty-chan. Also for services scheduling and not fulfilling their obligation.