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"And all this time I didn't know who was going to show up at my door, or what they were expecting.
"Plenty of Fish didn't care, the police couldn't do anything - I felt all alone and terrified.
THOUSANDS of reported crimes linked to dating apps including rape, stalking and child grooming have been exposed with victims speaking of how they were failed by police and those behind the wildly popular apps.
A Sun Online investigation has probed crime data from police forces across the country, revealing the depth of serious crimes linked to apps such as Tinder, Grindr and - but it's Plenty of Fish which is linked to the most reported crimes.
"Eventually I found an email to get in touch with them on, and all I wanted was for them to take the profile down - but they still wouldn't.
"They asked me stuff like ' What's the password? ' "Obviously I didn't know because I didn't set the account up so it was so terrifying and so frustrating.
All of the men claimed they had chatted with her on Plenty of Fish - an app she's never used - after someone set up a fake profile in her name."After a period, he told me that his mum had been diagnosed with cancer - he even cried when he told me - and that he would be spending every weekend in Yorkshire with her."Of course what I now know was that was just his excuse to spend time with his wife and kids." Eventually it emerged that "Antony Ray" had created a fake profile on Tinder and was in fact a serial womaniser, despite having a wife and children.However when she alerted officers to what had happened, they told her he had not committed any crime.She added: "If I knew he was married, I would not have slept with him - I would not even have talked to him.