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Old 10-22-2011, 05:11 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I hear adultfriendfinder is even spammier, Roach. it's a damn shame, too. such a great concept completely ruined by vampires.
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:12 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I could get a much better gay guy than him.
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I Just looked up MSF. I that looks like a great cause. Do they have any ties with Doctors without Borders?
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:14 PM   #23 (permalink)
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this chick , asked me afterwards if I knew anything about the site she was using, so I researched it a bit.

match.com

loss $50,000 in an adoption/dating scam of man from Match.com/Facebook. I met with Alabama Attorney General's office and they filed a report (with my 500 page documentation that I put together in my own on-line investigation) with the FBI consumer internet protection department in January 2011.

In my investigation, I found many profiles on Match.com/love and seek that were fake. I purposely looked for those profiles fitting a specific category (engineer, widowed, looking for women 20-70, etc). I would email them a general email and letters of love and need came back immediately. It is huge. I printed those reports as well. Dating sites should do certain checks on individuals, but they are not protecting the consumer. The man that scammed me was actually back on Match as of a few months ago. His profile information stays the same, he changes his pictures. He gets pictures off from Facebook and uses them as himself. I have a document signed by the man he posed as in his communication with me when I located the man. In addition, I do not understand why Western Union requires a photo Id for picking up only in the country of Nigeria of money, if they are doing nothing to protect you from fraudulent activity.

I have had severe financial and emotional consequences from this including the fact that I am continuing to be harassed by a man posing as "the fraud department from Nigeria" saying he will help me if I pay him. That he needs money to pay a ransom as they have caught the man that scammed me.

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I had been testing this site for long time. Most of the profiles are fake, models created by marketing people. I was contacted by girls who supposedly are on the Houston area. After some emails, they start requesting money for help, ridiculous histories about something that happened to them, usually they are from eastern Europe.

Also, there are many racism and anti-Semitic comments. This people say they review the profiles, but that's not true. I followed one of the profiles and after establishing a relationship by email, I got the name of the girl and made a backgrounds check. No data appeared in USA, her name doesn't exist. I found her profile with the same picture and the same data on Facebook, a fake profile and a spam. So one more time this Web is dangerous. Identity lost.

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I established an account with Match.com, and about a week later, I was unable to access the account. I contacted a representative and after about 15 minutes on hold, she came back and said that a refund was credited to my credit card. I asked why and she sheepishly admitted that my account was somehow hacked. I informed her that if my identity is stolen, my lawyer (a real shark) will make me a very rich man. After I concluded the call, I opened an account with LifeLock to ensure that Match.com's terrible security measure don't ruin my life. I would never recommend Match.com to anyone!

Tom of naperville, IL
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My account on Match.com was hacked and my personal information was stolen. Match.com had no explanation for this. Their solution was to delete my account and my profile from their server and then they suggested that I start all over again. Duh! Also, right click on any photo on Match.com and you can save that photo to any place that you would like. Try this for yourself! Again, Match.com is not a secure website, and if you join, understand that all of your information is out there for the taking. Stay away from these people!

Doug of Flagstaff, AZ
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I thought I had joined a reputable dating site after being offered a trial membership which I was never told for how long before they charged my credit card for a membership I didn't want, to begin with. I met a man with a wonderful profile and model handsome pictures. After communicating for over a month with his profile, saying he was located in NYC, same as me. He told me he is a sergeant in army and is in Iraq. This went on for a month; the romancing, the love letters and texts and IMs. Then, he couldn't come home as planned since he was going to Afghanistan.

He wanted me to take a package from him being sent to me personally by a US army courier. He gave me the email of this "courier" who eventually called me and told that he was stuck with the package at Ghana airport and cannot pass through to deliver to me unless he has $3000 for special stamp. I knew this was not so and I contacted match.com and they basically told me I used their website so they cannot return my membership charge even if I had been scammed on their website. So I had to put fraud alerts on all my credit, blocked phone number and went through mental and emotional distress which they told me they can't do anything about it. So I said I will go to the media or whoever i had to. I never heard from Match.com again. This is a scam which uses their dating site to romance-scam poor, unsuspecting women like me. I think something should be done about this.

joyce of brooklyn, NY

If you give money to random people on the internet, you deserve to never see it again.

a fool and his money are soon parted
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:16 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I would love to be gay. Gay guys are easy. Girls are so fucking unpredictable.
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Old 10-22-2011, 06:52 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Are those online dating sites really as common as they claim to be? I've never known anyone who used them. It's worth considering though.

plentyoffish.com is actually legit and also totally free.


it is mainly filled with fatchicks but there is the occasional good lookin girl or like couples lookin for threesomes n shit.

I was checking it out, mainly out of boredom, but genuinly interested after, i think it was geeno, recommended it for trolling lol. I think he has gotten laid off it idk tho.

talked to a couple of surprisingly hot girls on the site, but never tried to meet up as i had a girlfriend at the time lol.



Ill tell you this. If it has been 6+ months since i got laid i would DEFINITELY be hitting up the cuter girls on the site, then after like 8 or 9 months without vag id be moving on to the fatties.

There is A LOT of genuine girls on the site who either are fat or are have been with numerous douchebag guys are and trying something new.


but yeah merc go for it man, and make sure to make an interesting and funny thread with the results
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Old 10-23-2011, 09:22 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I would love to be gay. Gay guys are easy. Girls are so fucking unpredictable.
I don't speak from personal experience, but for the gay people I know relationships are just as difficult as hetero. Sluts (not that there's anything wrong with that) are easy regardless of orientation. If you want something meaningful it'll most likely take some work.
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Old 10-23-2011, 10:49 AM   #27 (permalink)
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A lot of the gay guys I've known are either the extra-horny fag-slut types, or the extra-drama fag-romantic types.


I've never met a gay guy who was just like.. a regular, cool kinda guy. I'm sure they exist though. Hell.. I guess I wouldn't know just by meeting it's not like they wear signs, nor should they. Just every gay guy I've gotten to know a bit is like that.


That said, kangaroo.
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Old 10-23-2011, 10:55 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I don't speak from personal experience, but for the gay people I know relationships are just as difficult as hetero. Sluts (not that there's anything wrong with that) are easy regardless of orientation. If you want something meaningful it'll most likely take some work.
i'm sorry but this thread is for ignorant people only
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Old 10-23-2011, 11:04 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Every gay man I've ever known would love nothing more than to get butt raped without warning.

Seriously, if I wanted to I could just throw the next gay guy I come across right up against a wall and give him an anal assault and he wouldn't complain one bit.

I don't know why but I assume that girls are more defensive about that sort of thing. :/
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yup. those sexual deviants are a menace alright

pro juxtaposition of posts by the way
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What's this thread actually about?



Oh yeah merc needs girls.


Dating website? I dunno. It's not hard to meet girls in your day-to-day travels.
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Old 10-23-2011, 11:13 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Depends what you mean by "meet", sir-ex. If you mean meet as in make idle chit chat, then no it isn't difficult. But if you mean meet as in a catalyst for future intimacy, then yes it is difficult.
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All you have to do is understand just by looking at a girl if she's the type that would go for you. That in itself saves you from a lot of wasted time and self esteem. From there it's a matter of conveying yourself well, not coming across like you're trying, but also not disinterested or lazy - nice and smooth but not soft. All you need to do is get a number. Once you have that number, it's a ticket.
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