Review, Is it a Scam?

When someone visits a site that they have been given a link to, the scammer wants you to enter in some information, such as a Credit Card, once this has been done, your suppose to be able to see more information about the person. The thing with these sites, they will have fake Seal logo’s and Media logo’s. Expect 4-5 responses even if you’ve told the person to fuck off. Imagine how stupid I felt after writing a long winded email about myself and it wasn’t even going to a real girl. Tread carefully and never pull out your credit card. Staying safe is one of the most important things when it comes to using casual dating sites, and so many guys neglect this part. It can be fun to meet girls online, but not if they’re trying to scam you. The dating verification service that the site pretends to offer doesn’t exist and the sign up form is in a frame that gets its content from another site, so all that you will end up with if you give them your credit card information is some subscriptions to other sites. This site is used to rip off guys who believe they are getting verified, which is not the case. I got caught in an email exchange with a person that at first sounded legit, but actually lead me to a payment scam website. The tipping point said something about going to her picture or verification site, where you have to make a payment to access more information about her, for her safety of course. Even though a site is claiming to be a secure site, it still means that what you read in the ad has nothing to do with reality. The girl who advertised is not real, she’s not on that site and it’s just a ploy to lure you in to signing up. Any girl that asks to verify your age using a credit card verification is not really a girl. Girls look for your facebook page, they try and do name searches to see if you are who you say you are. They do not ask for you to enter a credit card into a verification site to proof your age. … read more >