Business is booming.

Woman figures out that her Bumble match is catfishing her after she noticed his APPLE WATCH

An Ontario woman is being praised for her incredible “detective work” after she realized she was caught on a dating app – simply by noticing the man’s Apple Watch.

Jocelyn, 29, explained on TikTok that she recently had a match with a “cute” 29-year-old man named Myles on Bumble, and soon moved the conversation to texting to set up a date.

But when Jocelyn, an iPhone user, noticed that Myles’ lyrics were green—the color Apple assigns to non-iPhone users—she started to suspect.

She quickly referred back to his profile, where he was pictured wearing an Apple Watch — using that as a starting point to dig into the man’s real identity.

Woman figures out that her Bumble match is catfishing her

In a viral TikTok video, Jocelyn, 29, said she recently had a match with a “cute” 29-year-old man named Myles on Bumble

When they moved their conversation to text messages, she noticed that his messages were green — the color iPhone users see for non-iPhone users

When they moved their conversation to text messages, she noticed that his messages were green — the color iPhone users see for non-iPhone users

When they moved their conversation to text messages, she noticed that his messages were green — the color iPhone users see for non-iPhone users

‘Welcome back to another episode of Could Date to be even more fun?’ started Jocelyn.

She said that when she matched up with Myles, she was “in it” and thought he was handsome, so she messaged him.

“I don’t really give him too much information about myself. I’ve definitely talked to people on the app for too long in the past, so I’m like, I won’t this time.

“He says we should have dinner sometime, and I’m like, ‘Great,’ because I don’t want to talk on the app, I want to meet him in person and see if I even like him.

“I say yes to food. He says maybe sometime this week. I say sure, sounds good to me, and I give him my number and tell me where and when.

“He texts me pretty quickly like, ‘Hey, it’s so-and-so,'” she continues.

She thought that was suspicious, because one of the photos on his profile showed that he was wearing an Apple Watch

She thought that was suspicious, because one of the photos on his profile showed that he was wearing an Apple Watch

She thought that was suspicious, because one of the photos on his profile showed that he was wearing an Apple Watch

Jocelyn did a reverse image search on Google with Myles' profile picture to see if he was really who he claimed to be

Jocelyn did a reverse image search on Google with Myles' profile picture to see if he was really who he claimed to be

Jocelyn did a reverse image search on Google with Myles’ profile picture to see if he was really who he claimed to be

The photos turned out to belong to a man named Ron who lives in New York

The photos turned out to belong to a man named Ron who lives in New York

The photos turned out to belong to a man named Ron who lives in New York

But she immediately notices that his incoming text message is green — meaning it’s from an Android, not an iPhone, because iPhone messages appear blue to other iPhone users.

Jocelyn has nothing against Android phones, but the green text was suspicious – because Myles’ photos indicated he was an Apple user.

She shared an image of his profile on TikTok, which shows a man wearing an Apple Watch.

“So I’m looking for a reverse image of some of the photos he’s used on his profile, and what do we have here? An Instagram model from New York!’ she says, showing the profile of a man from Brooklyn named Ron

“I live in Ontario, so math isn’t math. The man I matched with is pretending to be someone named Myles – not Ron, the real man in the photo.

“Fortunately, I’ve barely spoken to this man and invested zero percent of my time, and haven’t even told him I know he’s catfishing me.

Jocelyn wanted to berate him for catfishing her, but he stopped responding to her messages

Jocelyn wanted to berate him for catfishing her, but he stopped responding to her messages

Jocelyn wanted to berate him for catfishing her, but he stopped responding to her messages

In a follow-up video, Jocelyn shared how their texting conversation continued, proposing Friday night for dinner.

“Once he finds a spot, I’ll send a screenshot and say, ‘So are you showing up or this guy?’ and then send the Instagram,” she said, adding that she also reported his profile on Bumble.

But in a final update, Jocelyn said Myles never responded to her latest message.

“I think he’s seen the TikTok,” she said, adding, “If he’s looking for attention and I just want to cook dinner, it’s not much fun for him.”

Jocelyn’s story has gone viral and her original video has been viewed over 634,000 times.

TikTok commentators are incredibly impressed with how she discovered his secret

TikTok commentators are incredibly impressed with how she discovered his secret

TikTok commentators are incredibly impressed with how she discovered his secret

One commenter even claimed that she also matched up with Myles and had a similar story.

Others are just incredibly impressed with how she discovered his secret.

‘This is the most impressive detective work I’ve seen so far!!’ one commenter wrote, while another said MTV’s Catfish would be proud.

“The detective work here is 10/10. The speed with which you unmasked him!!’ said another.

Bumble has also responded, assuring Jocelyn that they have permanently deleted the man’s account.

.