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One of their favorites is Motherless. Thanks for that info! Lolz, i guess im not the only one, i personally like to use tineye. I do the same thing! One who hit me up and supposedly lived a few miles from me came up on Google Image and actually is a stripper in Virginia…does not even live in Colorado. If you report them, nothing is done!

LIke I said in another post, also stay away from Amolatina. Thanks for the helpful info. Using Google images to do reverse a search is a smart way to detect if the profiles are real or fake for sure. Also you can use TinEye. This site is a total SCAM.

Even if you pay to unlock the messages, you still cannot read them or reply back to them. If you try to get help from their support page you only get an automated response. No phone support either. Well it's to late for me coz I just got scammed then back on the 8th of feb. So I better take the rest of my money off the debit card I used so they won't get the rest next month.

The girls will send you a message saying they contacted you because you live close by. Funny, the whole population of Briggsdale is less than people. Also send the pics thru Google Images and one that contacted me and said she lives in a litle town just a few miles from me actually shows up on Google as a stripper in Vermont!

They will contact you, then ask you to contact them thru an email address. When you do that, you will get a reply back saying they can't read your email, so contact them thru matchmeetups. The girls obviously get paid by matchmeetups to get you to sign up! The other ones that chat with you and don't try to get you to sign up???? I don't know what their deal is…bored maybe???

Your story sounds like mine. I'm still getting messages from these girls. Their replay comes back with, my message unreadable and two girls had the same screen name on the same site. I saw a picture of teacher on xcheaters and sent her a message and mentioned her by name and she never responded. They especially don't like it when you test intellect and if they pass that test, a distance geographic test since most of the messages you'll get are from someone with a shown location well out of the range of free members to get to quickly.

The first photo I looked for on Google turned out to be from a news article in Iran on psychological issues with women. I am very afraid because I posted a nude picture and even if you delete it I saw the same picture in another site.

Continuing to look at this site on google, my second photo was also on fraud, FlirtLocal, and another one in Belgium I guess she gets dollars and euros. You are correct about meetwives. Or at least, some are real local people, whether they are really interested or not, who knows. There are at least 6 out of the ones "supossedly" from here out of 32 total that I have met before or recognize as actually living here.

But then, even the best lies are always based on "some" truth! It's funny, but after posting the first message, I went to visit the two "real" sites you listed. Imagine mmy surprise when I find that the username I normally use, is already there! Also, they were without passwords. The first I logged in with the one I used elsewhere several times, and I am in! Directly to am "upgrade" screen telling me I had messages I needed to upgrade to answer!

That one I just typed in garbage as the password and I am logged in. OK, post 3 in a very short time. I actually met someone from meetwives. A "in public, let's see" type meeting. That said, I tried the "look up photos on Google" bit. HOW the Hell could you do that? That shouldn't take but a few thousand years, WITH a fast internet! I had NOT gotten replies to a couple who had contacted me first, one of which I knew was real.

Sent an email support call about not getting messages… Reply came from "Jennifer" support avatar in 5 minutes! No explanation yet, even though I gave the other persons ID.

But they DID respond. I just don't think it is their doing. Anyway, I do wish I had heard of you before I did get scammed several times with sites you list. You can tell these sites are full of fake profiles…. Im on 3 sites where my username is my mobile number!

I regreted for paying meetwives. Thanks for the details. I was also asking my self when looking at their profile and see that all the womens are student or Ingenieur. You are most strenuously advised to trust no one but your Mother , and certainly not to trust the rascals or programs you will meet here. Moreover, it uses employees to present themselves as real site members and string you along for as long as you continue paying for membership.

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Fake members, fake profiles, and fake emails. Those three things try to make a stooge outta you. Tell me more, Frankie. But I want details! A lot to digest in there. Fucking ridiculous about sums it up. Do you have any idea what kind of a giant pain in the ass glitter is? El Sparko sure does. Helping dudes like you is what he lives for. But you sure as hell need to believe El Sparko. But, also, you know, El Sparko. So how the hell am I supposed to get laid?

Sign up to a legit dating site. Comments I have been a member of meetwives for one month sent over 50 messages not one responded. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.


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