A “model” from Los Angeles claims she was “banned” from Tinder for being too hot, insinuating that the app probably flagged her photos as fake.
Holly Valentine, a 26-year-old “E-girl” from California, has around 1.2 million followers on Instagram, who flock to see photos of her wearing what is often the bare minimum.
Insisting she’s “shy” when it comes to meeting men, she decided to download an app that’s more or less become the go-to for random hookups with strangers.
Mere hours after downloading the app, several users allegedly accused her of being a fake account, and she was reported enough times that she was locked out of the app.
Needless to say, Valentine didn’t get to enjoy Tinder.
She’s since contacted the dating app for a refund, as she had chosen a package that allowed her to message people all over the world. However, she has been refused the aforementioned refund.
“I travel a lot so I wanted to date and meet new people when I was traveling and in town, so I bought the most expensive package that they offer that lets you set your location to anywhere,” she told the British tabloid Daily Mail. “It’s like $86 which for an app is expensive! I used clean pictures, did everything I was supposed to, swiped right on a couple people, I got some matches and then started binge watching Game of Thrones. Then after a couple hours I went back on, saw a couple of previews of messages, and then got locked out of the app.”
Valentine would like to resolve the matter.
Interestingly enough, most of Valentine’s social media accounts serve as interactive link portals to her OnlyFans page, with the aforementioned website being best known as a place where women can sell explicit videos and photos of themselves for a subscription fee.
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