The bots were programmed to sweet talk unsuspecting men and shower them with compliments before asking them to pay VIP fees to continue chatting, gift money or purchase fake nude images.
Location data and even message histories might be even easier to access than previously thought.
The service is defying critics and stepping up identification requirements to tackle fake accounts.
The AHF called Tinder “a digital bathhouse for millennials” in a press release about the billboards.
“Play on our team,” the billboards for Scruff read.