I am a new member there and I can`t tell a lot for now, but one thing I have already noticed - if a girl there has a cam on - you can be sure she is real. All girls that I asked to do something like to send an air kiss or wave a hand on camera - did it for me. I first read about this site in twitter and registered on http://bit.ly/ladypassion - it`s faster and they gave me 20 free credits, which was so nice of them.
It is the same as many other dating sites - you can come across fake profiles sometimes. But it happens very rarely comparing to Dream-singles or Charmdate. In 2018 they changed their design, honestly I liked the old one better, though some things became more comfortable to use. As far as I know administration has zero tolerance to partner agencies in Ukraine who use pre-recorded video instead of having real women on live stream. The same goes with all forms of striptease and nudity. It makes the site much safer. I think it is worth of 4 stars out of 5.
For many users it is with great regret that nowadays there are more and more scammer 'girls' that want to meet with foreign men. There is a wealth of stories out there on the internet from disappointed men that have lost not only a lot of money but also their faith and trust to particular marriage or dating agencies. It is also unfortunate there is little or no consumer protection from such fraudsters.
How to distinguish a sincere girl from a scammer?
The first thing that you should consider is that a scammer will look upon you purely as a potential money making income for themselves and that's why usually in a short period of time they will ask you for all different kinds of financial help or gifts. The more experienced scammer will wait until the 'girl' who you are focused upon will be sure that you are completely 'in love' and that you are ready to do everything in your power to help your beloved. This is the point where you should be very wary and try not to act like a man who is completely in love.
The reality is that it is very difficult to notice a scammer within a cute Slavic girl. Unfortunately for many it is not always a 'girl' who is communicating with you. Sometimes men scammers post the photos and create profiles of beautiful girls. This happens despite the agency stating that it is impossible, wrong, this does happen because sometimes copies of the girls passport as well as a video confirmation of the girl has been conveniently dispensed with by the scammer.
It does help to be aware of a well-known fact that scammers are very good psychologists and while they are very clever at using photos of a beautiful girl, they will do everything possible to pressure and entice you to fall 'in love'. This has happened on a more regular basis than you may care to think because it is almost impossible for a man using his heart instead of his brain to understand that he is being duped and fooled.
One particular aim of the scammer(s) on this site is to entice you to purchase the 'girls' contacts details, normally a very expensive email address. But beware, the very expensive email address that you will be purchasing and receive has been especially created by the scammer themselves. You will not receive the girls own personal email address. After one or two messages the communication will cease and further emails go unanswered. The scammer gains from your purchase. You do not! Those who have not yet been scammed need common sense to prevail, avoid, save your heart, nerves and your wallet.
The very first person I met off at this website was a who they portrayed themselves to be online and was even better in person than they appeared online. I am looking forward to getting to know her even better.
On this site not very long, damn near got scammed out of money. You have to have their admins delete your profile and the ladies on this site are on other PPL sites, so just stay away from them.
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The most likely answer is she wasn't interested in you and earned from the $60US or so it cost to buy her info. I also bought someones info and their first off site email wanted money to help pay for her internet at home. The sites admin didn't want to know about it or do anything. I have come to the conclusion most letters are not written by the person in the picture because when I suggested meeting they started talking about other things. Its mostly a scam site. Some guys have been there for years and are asking in the blogs why cant they find their partner. They aren't meant to on sites like this. They structured to make money not provide 'Brides'. I wrote a blog rejected by admin about the industry. Says a lot. If I had written about some inane subject as most blogs are it probably would of been published. Scam site in my experience and opinion.
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Most likely. She could register on another site as a matter of personal choice, but like you I came across someone I was speaking to on 2 other sites. I received introductory letters on those sites from her even though I was already writing to her and those letters indicated she didn't know me. On one site I received 23 letters (to date) and there is no acknowledgement in those letters she knows me. Its one of the numerous Ukrainian scams so be wary and it might be wise to stop writing to her on site as she is earning from her agency per letter or per minute in chat. If she wont speak off site then she isn't interested or isn't real. Some sites use 'letter writing factories' that churn out bulk mail often of a sexually suggestive nature to lure us in. Read widely about the numerous scams. I was in Odessa and saw hundreds of ads for both males and females to write these letters to men. The ad said they just needed an imagination and would never need to meet him. In your case like mine, she probably earned form the $60US or so you paid for her info and still wants to earn per letter or chat on site, that's why she wont write off site. Its my opinion and experience that site is mostly a scam. As soon as I ask if they want to meet the subject gets changed. Says it all really.
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