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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.
Miss Davis added: "I went to the app to complain, but Plenty of Fish were useless.
There is no phone number to call them on other than one in the United States and that went right to a voicemail.
"It just left me feeling so unsafe, like I didn't know who was doing this or why." The catfish profile received more than 40 approaches in a couple of hours, claiming she was "looking for some fun times!!!! She went to the police right away, but was shocked to find they couldn't help.
Miss Davis added: "The police just told me to be careful online, to take my Facebook down, to change my number and stuff like that." She claims that cops said they were unable to put the resources into tracing the malicious user, and that they may not have committed a crime.
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.
She fell in love with Antony Ray, striking up a 14-month relationship before his lies and deceit began to unravel.
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.
Reports of stalking, theft and robbery are also rife.
Tinder accounted for 26% of crime, Grindr 10% and 7%.