How to know which questions are bot questions in frfr app?

If you are an avid user of the 4eel4eel app, you might have noticed some suspicious messages that could either be from a real person or from a bot. It can be challenging discerning if a message is from a genuine person or an automated bot and more importantly, you wouldn't want to spend your hard-earned dollars on fake messages. Fortunately, there are a few tricks that you can use to differentiate bot messages.

First, it's essential to understand the nature of the 4eel4eel app, which is quite similar to the NGL app; the difference between the two is that 4eel4eel allows for voice messages, while NGL only allows for text. In the NGL app, they reportedly had fake messages sent to you by bots that would require an upgrade before you could see them. This is strange and misleading.

To differentiate a bot message from a hoax message, you need to look for the red button that says "See who sent this" at the bottom of the screen. Suppose you can see the red button, then the message is from a real person, and you can reply to them. However, if you don't see the red button, then the message is likely from a bot, and you shouldn't spend any money upgrading your account to access the message.

If a message is from a bot, it will usually be generalized and impersonal. You will only have a reply button, and there will be no red button at the bottom, which suggests that it's a bot's message. This is because the app generates these messages to boost the engagement of users and get them to log back into the app.

It's worth noting that there isn't any 100% guarantee that a message from someone is genuine, but these tips can help you increase your chances of identifying bot messages.

In conclusion, it's vital to stay cautious and aware of the tricks and strategies these bot messaging apps use to encourage users to engage with their fake messages. By using these tips, you will save your money and time.

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