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calb27
New Reviewer
2/19/14

Total FRAUD! Interlingvo is now known as Gagamatch. They run an extensive network of inter-connected dating sites, with many names, that are all fraudulent. The database of fake pretty ladies is shared by all of the sites.
You will be encouraged to pay for membership, and to pay for translations of messages from the fake ladies. The people you are in contact with via this site are not the pretty ladies in the pictures, but somebody making money getting gullible men to pay for services. Total fraud!
The 'employees' also heavily spam other dating sites, and seek customers on other dating sites, paid and free. They'll set up profiles on other sites, and send messages to the men claiming they can't speak english, but you can talk to them and get translations of messages from them at one of the gagamatch sites, which they provide a link to. This is total BS. Don't spend any money at the various gagamatch sites. (they pop up new site names and URLS almost weekly, hard to keep track of them.) Paying for 'translations' on a dating site with a Russian, or Chinese lady, is usually fraud. Real ladies who are seeking a man from your country will know some of your language, or will be learning. If you can't communicate directly, without paying bogus fees, it's not likely you are in contact with a real person. Guys, hot, young asian ladies do not seek out middle-aged or older, Western men, online, unless they are up to no good, or it is total fraud. Get real. If you enjoy this kind of fantasy, it can get expensive.

attilat
New Reviewer
5/28/13

On the site is claimed they want to help people with different heritages by translating letters. And they don’t have restrictions writing your personal details as email-address …. Well this service is not cheap, but anyway if one translates a personal letter it will take working time! One can also send letters without translation in any language for a small fee (about 0,60$ per letter). First I though I’ve found a great site. I’ve sent a lot of letters in the mother’s language of some girls. Of course I included my email address and asked to answer me by that way. I wrote a lot of letters (about 30, I have paid for an account of 50$ before).
I got a lot of answers, I got a lot of first letters from girls I have not written before. These were all written in the their own language. But translating in internet today is no big problem – I guess more than 90% is correct. The answers never contained any email address.
Strange was, that the girls always wrote me, that they could not read anything of my letters, my Chinese or Russian is not understandable. Well I tried to make a crosscheck. I made translation of my translations back to English. I changed my original to such an easy language, that the result of the crosscheck was nearby 1:1 of the original. (Short sentences, common words, easy grammar.) But I received always the same answers. So I found out the site itself is a fake, is a scammy. The confirmation I found on another list of fakes, so I decided to write my comment here! Avoid paying on this site!