When we went back and tried to contact them, they ghosted us.
So that was really annoying, and we wanted to save you the trouble of having to go through the same thing.
In essence, their actual user base consists solely of duped males. The process was to send as many messages to various members on the site and see what kind of response we got. That is to say, we avoided desperate looking fat girls and other easy lays.
Nonetheless, amid the thousands of scam dating sites that litter the internet, there are a handful that are not only legitimate sites, but actually exceptional services for casual dating. I has to be noted here that merely getting a response isn’t enough to test the veracity of a site.
They can claim to be hacked and your credit card number will then end up on the deep web becoming fodder for god knows how many people. Though it’s never happened to us personally, we’ve heard stories about people being the victims of identity theft, blackmail, phishing schemes, and a whole host of other illegal criminal activities.
When it turns out that a site is widely reported on the internet for being a scam, the site goes down, then pops up under a different name.
This is a deceptive tactic employed by scam dating sites in order to recruit male members.The vast majority of people using dating sites are sincere and honest in the information they provide and in their reasons for joining.However, there are exceptions, and you need to be aware of how to keep yourself - and your bank account and savings - protected while meeting people online.The problem with paying for scam dating sites is that you have no idea what’s going to happen to your credit card information or how easy it will be to discontinue the service.Most Canadian sites will rebill you automatically, so if the site is using deceptive underhanded tactics to recruit users, there’s no telling what they can do once they have your information.Creating your online dating profile: protect your identity and personal information Be Anonymous - Choose a username that doesn’t let everyone know who you are.Don't include your surname or any other identifying information such as your place of work either in your profile or when you first make contact.We know from experience that even legitimate sites have their fair share of scam users and cam girls who are using the site to recruit customers. We sent out a set number of emails to various women on the site. If the girl showed up we considered that a win for the site.We even ran into a few whores who thought they could get us to pay for sex. So the test became to see how many dates we could set up and how many girls actually showed up for the dates we set up. Collected the responses and determined whether or not they were real. If the girl didn’t show up, that was a loss for the site.The problem is that the laws regarding this are somewhat unclear.Scam sites bury suspicious caveats in their terms of service that fundamentally absolve them from being sued for fraud. A site will offer ostensibly free membership but on a limited basis.