Tried this ca. For 3 weeks. You will get likes and automated bot messages daily. Mostly you will be showered with messages by women from African countries (avoid those like the plague, Africa is very well known for online scams), S. E Asian countries and sometimes by hot women from Eastern Europe. Either they write a s***** automated message, ask you (or send you) for your WhatsApp or write in s***** English. The site operates with full knowledge that they got scammers yet do nothing to stop them in their tracks. The whole thing feels like an op.
Also, they have a feature where you can verify yourself by showing them your own country's ID (in this case a passport, but I sent them a heavily edited version of my ID and they have neither confirmed nor denied that this was okay). In other reviews, I have seen some poor souls actually sending them pics with full ID's and their SS number which is absolutely bonkers. Poor bastards.
The app looks cheap and trashy to the eye. Once you upload a photo they depixel your original to a s****** quality because they slap on a watermark with their logo on it; which makes it hell for people who actually wants to use the site (like me) to run a simple reverse image search on a photo (to find out if the person i am talking to is INDEED real) but now the code is shredded so now the photo is "one of a kind" and you'll never know if the pic is actually used on any other sites or social media - easy to cover up identity fraud. Clever move, IntCupid.
Price is about 40 USD a month and don't get hustled as this follows an auto-renew function. Go into settings and select to not auto-renew.
- Seems to be targeting elder gentlemen, the not so net-savvy people plus the thirsty and the desperate. It is easy enough to spot a fake profile if you stay there long enough.
- An entire SEA of fake profiles. Can't even guess the percentage. You will be sent likes/favorites daily and messages as well. Just think about how unsuccessful you are in your local area and then there's a website where a horde of hot models rush to your profile wanting to talk to you lol. The creators have a full knowledge that it's full of scammers, yet they do little to nothing to combat them. If you have a contact with a girl with a non-existing 1 pic profile and it takes hours or days for her to respond, it's probably a scam.
- Never under any circumstance send them your money or any personal info that may be used against you in blackmailing or a monetary scam. Always back up all your accounts with safety measures, use burner mails, put in fake name, etc. Matter of fact, stay away with any site that ends with "Cupid". Matter of fact, stay away from any services by Cupid Media.
- Last message for the site representative. Go **** yourself, corpodrone lol. Y'all know what you're doing. Well played.
Im not a native english speaker so pardon my french