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February 23, 2022

According to Model, Her Account has been Banned From Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge Because She is ‘TOO HOT’

Despite claiming she is ‘too hot to be on Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge, an OnlyFans model claims the dating apps have removed her accounts.

Alaw Haf, 24, from Mold, Wales, believes it’s because she is so attractive that people report her profile as fake.

Despite raking in £44,000 a year from sharing racy pictures on OnlyFans, the law graduate is fuming after discovering the Tinder Swindler was allowed to keep his account – despite using it to scam money from dates.

Alaw became outraged after watching the Netflix documentary The Tinder Swindler, about a man accused of using the dating app to con people out of an estimated £7.4 million.

Hayut is alleged to have used the alias Simon Leviev on Tinder and told women he was the son of Israeli diamond tycoon Lev Leviev.

Tinder shut down Hayut’s account on Friday, but it was reported Hayut was still active on the app when the documentary was released earlier last week.

‘The dating apps are treating me worse than the Tinder Swindler,’ Alaw, who has 67,000 Instagram followers (@alawpx), said.

As I watched the show on Netflix, I realized it was all a joke and that he was still able to access the app for criminal activity, whereas I just wanted to get a drink with a friend!

She’s indeed banned now, but it’s probably only due to the uproar following the documentary. The Tinder Swindler kicked off, and I emailed Tinder again after seeing he was still on the app.

In September 2020, Alaw said she was banned from Tinder and again in December 2021 after getting her account back.

Furthermore, she claims she was kicked off Bumble in 2020 and Hinge in March 2021.

A few of her pictures weren’t working, so she replaced them with others.

‘I would never post anything offensive, but 90 percent of the pictures I take are in lingerie or swimwear because of my job.’

Model claims she has not heard back from the apps despite asking why they blocked her.

Alaw said: “It is always the same old automatic response.”. I was well-behaved and did not do anything criminal on there, so I’m guessing it’s something like a fake account or someone has too much free time and keeps reporting me for some bizarre reason.

There’s no way I would use the platform for advertising purposes or sell subscriptions on there, which is why I think it’s someone bitter or they somehow associate me with OnlyFans to claim I do that – I want to date!’

Despite offering proof of identification to the apps, Alaw claims her messages have gone unanswered.

As Alaw said: “I wouldn’t mind if they said, “look, Alaw, your behavior was that appalling, you’re no longer allowed on the app,” but I know I didn’t violate guidelines, so that’s why I want an explanation.

Most of the time, they reference the terms and conditions which state that they can remove you without explanation.

As she won’t be able to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a romantic dinner for two due to her dating app troubles, Alaw plans to treat herself to a Chinese takeaway instead.

I haven’t used Tinder for a while. I might have to find a way to get dates without dating apps from now on, said Alaw.

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