The false ones are typically free member parasites and not usually paying members.Many of the false profiles are harmless member stealer’s.First let’s talk about the SCAMS and what to avoid… One member listed Flirt (again) and Be Naughty because there are a lot of scam accounts and if you contact webmasters over there they just ignore your messages. It’s usually an indication that something bad is up. Some one has to pay and there is way too much *junk* to wade through.” This doesn’t surprise me, given their mass canvassing way of advertising.WORST SITES Several respondents said that is full of con artists, fake profiles and full of people paid to keep you chatting and subscribing there. Added a second voice, “I don’t recommend singlesnet.
They will send you the Money Orders or checks and ask you to deposit them into your bank account and then wire the money to them via Western Union.
The online dating 419 scam works in a similar way, though it's usually adapted to maximise the opportunity online dating provides, in these ways: We have found that the online dating version of the 419 scam tends to involve smaller amounts of money than the classic 419 scams, which usually involve millions of dollars. Here are some common examples: Or any variation on the above.
The reasons for needing the money will sound plausible and reasonable. Do not be separated from your money - you'll never see it again, and you'll never see the person you sent it to.
Others listed xpress.com, sexsearch.com, as sites that have lots of fake profiles. EVERY single person I’ve chatted with or had correspondence with who was even remotely attractive turned out to be fake. I finally had to cancel and turn off their misleading emails. Too many women in areas other than your own when you search.
Some noted that the “teaser pages” that appear in emails have lots of nude photos that area probably mostly fake. Its a site that doesn’t let you get specific in what you want.” A big and consistent loser with at least five people dissing it, is Amateur Match. Sign up and watch the emails dry up instantly.” One guy said, “Amateur Match and it’s sister site, Untrue, are full of fake profiles designed to lead guys on to keep them as members.