After you get this message, it is unlikely you'll receive any further communications from them other than repeated requests to perform the same action that they wanted you to do in the payload message.The scammers know that the odds are probably better for obtaining a match that results in conversation if they use photos of attractive people, because if you don't swipe right then they won't get to talk to you and subsequently scam you.
Since the bots responses are scripted, they won't answer your questions directly.
That's not to say that some Tinder scams may have actual live people on the other end who might engage in a real conversation with you before they scam you, but the current batch of Tinder bots won't be able to hold even the most simple of conversations, because their bots. Tinder bots have to leverage information from Fake Facebook Profiles in order to be on Tinder.
If you like one, you swipe right, if you don't like them then you swipe left.
If someone you swiped right on does the same when they see a picture of you, then a match is made and Tinder alerts you both and allows you to chat with each other. Tinder has now become a target for scammers attempting to con users out of money, or getting them to install malware on their computers so that the scammers can make money via malware affiliate marketing programs, and other methods.
One big tip off is that as soon as you get "matched" to a bot then they are going to message you, likely within microseconds of the match.