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All of these dating sites operate the same way

This is not a bitter “I didn’t meet anybody” rating. Let me tell you why this site is b.s. I met someone and created a profile for her. ) Shortly after creating her profile, my personal profile got a “wink” from badoo hers. Obviously the system FALSELY creates “winks” to get people to purchase the higher level membership (so they can respond to the wink or message.) Also, she was often listed as “online” when she was not.

The profiles with the fantastic members are not members, they’re fronts made up by the dating site

There are also several fake profiles. The irony is that my sub (who submitted a “proof” photo and was a verified member) was kicked off the site for sending out her personal e-mail and offering to sell personalized videos to other members, or -when local- meet them in person.

We received no answer to “what terms of service did we violate?” However, I am giving a 2 star for the sole fact that they DID refund the unused portion of my year-long membership when I complained that the site was a bunch of b.s. Obviously they do this because they know they’d bet all sorts of better business bureau complaints if they didn’t.

They use paid models to show you what gorgeous people are on the site, and of course, you can get on for free. You just can’t communicate. So you pay for membership, and you get hits right away.

All the sites operate the same way. Their landing site shows you gorgeous models that have such a great time there, you can meet them for free. Yes, you can see them for free, you just can’t communicate with them. So you pay for membership, and get hits right away. The problem is that the hits are too far, too weird, or just made up profiles. Then the hits stop. I caught a few of them out, as somebody said, because they couldn’t name local landmarks, or their info made no sense. And pretty soon they ask for money. Forget about asking for a refund, that isn’t an option. There is only one sure fire way to lose them, and that is to go to your bank and say that you lost your card. All the automatic withdrawals stop. And next time keep your wallet in your pocket.

She did not even have the password (this was part of our control games

said i’m not allowed in chat room for 365 days. this is not the first time and they have not given me a valid reason why they have done it. some one called daley keeps causing trouble for me and other users lying saying i am swearing at other people when i am not. i have asked for a manager to contact me but no one has can you help me please do

Alt is a total joke. False profiles women demanding “tributes” for meetings that will never occur and unimaginably poor technical performance.

To test a site I suggest doing what I did with Alt. which is to only create a screen name and nothing else. If you receive solicitations from the company following this just as I have when testing their sites and these solicitations state something like “Since our members like you a lot, we’re inviting you to become a Premium Member.” then you will know the site is fake. If you only have a screen name and have no profile and no picture for viewers to see and like then how can a company make such a statement? You are being scammed when they make such a false statement.

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