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Deb"Debz87690" M.

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About Me

I have been using dating apps since the world switched to phones that could connect us to people from other countries via the world wide web. From sites that barely showed a person's photo with them being early stage catfish in deep conversations. At 17 was tricked by someone online and they lead me on for most of that time and I never met them in real life. From then on I decided to date within my country until 2017 I met my bf online at a site called mingle2. Com. We lasted for 2 yrs.

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I can read people based on how they interact. Once a person becomes comfortable with you their true colors come shining through... it is real. If you feel that gut feeling telling you something is off, trust it. Don't ignore it. I am not master but I have several experiences that now help me to move forward to know when I am being bamboozled.


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I joined on Oct 26th 2020 and I was charged a membership fee of $19.99 for 150 credits. I saw a lot of pop ups of messages coming in and most of them were good looking or older men. I said wow this is fast... too fast. I picked one guy and started conversation. He asked me questions on and on non-stop. And he answered some before I answered. In the conversation, I spoke a little spanish and he didn't realize or ask me if I know Spanish until later on in the convo and he claims to be Latino. So I decide to ask if he wants to email or be friends on social media. He makes up this lie that he was stalked by someone and legally he is required not to give out his personal details because of some court case or law against him. Once he mentioned that, that section of the convo disappeared and I dont see it ever again in the chat. Along with his grammar mix ups with explaining his previous relationship with a woman he then says "he" as oppossed to "she" left me. You can see the grammar errors linked to people with Engineer degrees. He also responded by email which takes 10 credits even though he was already right there on chat. He switches to email and sends 3 back to back so that it uses up more credits. I decide to ask him ask to contact me outside of the site and he tells me legally he is required to stay on the site and they(whoever "they" are) said he is only allowed to stay on this site to communicate. I then see 3 attempted charges for credits when I thought I was buying another $19 credit. Turns out another 150 credits would cost $300 usd. I shut that shizz down quickly. Ladies and gents looking for love... just use the free stuff. Take a chance and be cautious. Dating.com was a whole mess in one day. And my so call handsome model looking guy is a knock off version. It could be someone working at the site. They seem to send out chatbots linked to customer service who probably get paid to pretend you are talking to an actual hot guy or girl. If these peopIe are real, It is either linked to that or this site just feels like a big hoarding house for "only fangz" subscriprion holders. Sigh.

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This site has almost everything on there for great bargain prices. You can even sell nostalgic items that may cost a pretty penny if they are still in like new condition. Visit the site and play around the feautes to get a better understanding of how things work. Shipping can be expensive though, especially when an item cost $4.99 you will have to pay $25 for shipping. Shop wisely. Buy items that are worth the shipping cost.
This site is free to swipe through a deck and it has good filter options. Don't pay to see likes. Likes is an accumulation of people who liked you, even if you didnt hit like on them. So in short, if someone liked you and you swiped left, they are still counted in the 99+ of likes you see waiting. This is in addition to the new persons who like you that you have not yet seen plus the ones you swiped right on. So yes folks you CAN see likes. You will see them eventually in the mixed stack. The match makes you chat with the person long enough. I have only encountered a limited stack maybe once or twice. They will tell you come back in 24hrs to swipe again. The deck also restarts if you have gone through all possible matches. You have the optiom to change your location on there, it then allows you to browse matches in any country. If you are rich and able to travel then that's a great way to meet your connection on an international level. If you have limited options don't bother. For me, men always asked if I were in their country. When I said no, they would immediately stop talking. People on their dislike distance. But some great guys were on there. Scammers lurk too so beware of bad grammar and cliche 3 worded summaries. The real ones will sit and write out a good summary to introduce themselves because they genuinely want to meet someone. Happy searching! May you find the love I have yet to find in life. We all deserve a great love.
I think as time goes by, things start off great then people with corrupt intentions ruin a good thing. Especially if it is free. Mingle2 is free and in 2017 I met a great guy from a country outside of mine and we had a long distance relationship for 2 yrs before I called it quits. It is possible to meet real people. We chat for 4 months before meeting in person. 2 months on the site then moved to email which was easier. Then built trust and exchanged numbers within the next 2 months. I went back after we broke up and the site was a whole mess. You can tell the scammers by their grammar mishaps and obvious short two worded lines that almost always sound the same like "Loyal fun and loving" or "Fun and caring". Some vague ass descriptions. But also note that their are some who write a lengthy description that sounds romantic and engaging. When in doubt of the length copy and paste a line from their message. If it is fraud it has been used before and said in many ways. It will pop up on fraud reports. My second time around I chatted with this wealthy man from Ireland who was already married but claimed to be having a rough time in his marriage. I encouraged him to go back to his wife. I dont want that karma following me. There are scammers there posing as wealthy men too. And they take miltary men's photos off their social media and use it as their own. Zoom in on photos and check the stripes on the uniform. If their country and uniform dont match, it's a scam. Run for the hills! I met a real English Veteran from the army on there. He helped me to call in scams although he was weary of me and called me over whatsapp to make sure I was real. All in all be cautious please. Don't ignore red flags.

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