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' They said unless he'd actually attacked me, he hadn't committed a crime.
"There's no law against using fake names online and using fake profiles.
Isn't there a law against luring girls under false pretences?
' "He's lied, there wasn't one person in the car.
Plus this woman was shocked to receive a message from her Tinder date’s girlfriend.
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(Click here to find your time zone) “You gave me hope 🙂 Crying tears of happiness because I finally had someone listen and help me.” Reaching out for help can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never spoken to anyone about the abuse before."Something was going to happen but I don't know what." Amy called the police but claims she was told as no one touched her no crime took place.She claims she received a text from the police saying they had spoken to the man, who admitted his real name wasn’t James, and he had used an alias as he didn’t want his girlfriend finding out."He sent me a message after I said 'what the hell was your plan when you are bringing three other blokes to meet a girl on her own in a pub car park at night time? Don't contact me again' and blocked his number. "The more I thought of it I realised it was really dodgy." She’s now calling for catfishing to be made illegal, and is sharing her story to highlight the dangers.' "He asked me not to phone the police and admitted ' I'm disgusted with my thoughts and behaviour tonight'. Amy took to social media to warn others about ‘James’ – and has been bombarded with messages from women saying they’ve been catfished by the same fake profile.