Many Fake/Scammer profiles..beware! Users Feedback Forward to friends

  • View author's info Author Posted on Jul 17, 2013 at 10:18 AM


    There seems to be a lot of fake scammer profiles on this site. Out of 10 profiles...I think only 2 or 3 were likely real.( at least the very very attractive girl profiles) In my case I was hit on by an unusual amount of girls from Gaunteng South Africa. Unless there is an unuasually huge amount of single girls from there something's fishy.  One girl, as an example,  that contacted me was LEE from there. First red flag was she said she was a colledge graduate with a dgree yet her grammer was poor and the way she wrote was just not the way westerner's would talk or say things. As if English was her second language. Another rd flag was after only two emails she wanted to meet right away! She never asked questions about me or where I live or anything a normal person would want to know before such a big step. About images: She sent me 5 images...Oh sure they looked good. But how do I know they are really her ...and not stolen off the internet. So I asked her if she would take a picture of herself while holding a piece of paper with my name on it. Well, she did! But...it appeared to be photoshopped.  This was a mistake on my part. You should always ask for her to hold up a current newspaper with the headlines showing. Why? Todays photoshop is real good. Too easy to place a name on a piece of paper and put it in her hand. Example: The girl in the image might have been holding a flower, or a camera or something. With photoshop, she is now holding a piece of paper and the text can easily be placed on that. Comon guys, if a porn maker can paste the head of Jessica Simpson on a porn star's body having sex...putting a piece of paper in the hand of a girl in a photos is easy. Easy if they have a stolen picture that lends itself to that trickery. Most images will not  be easy to do that too so you will likely not hear from that fake girl again...or she'll make excuses why she won't.  This has just been my experience. Out of 10 profiles I looked at 2 were real! That sucks.

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  • View author's info Posted on Nov 02, 2014 at 04:10 PM


    I found most all the same as the other men here.

    This site is a total fraud made to scam us men.

    If you pick out 100 women 99 are scams.

    I even believe that age match is posting fruad womens profiles and stolen photo's of women to lure us men in .

    I find is very strang I talked to 250 women and not one was real.

    I find it also strange that once the time has come to meet a women you've been talking to the women dumps you then never talk with you again.

    I think its Agematch doing this like other fraud dating sites that use fake profiles.

  • View author's info Posted on Aug 06, 2014 at 05:27 PM


    The whole bad English and South Africa thing really does seem like a dead giveaway to a scam. I guess one thing we can do is click the REPORT A CONCERN on a profile, when we feel quite certain that it's a phony.

     

    On top of everything else, the scams are making it harder to judge what the actual ratio is of M::F on the site.

     

    -Mike

     

  • View author's info Posted on Dec 05, 2013 at 08:56 AM


    Quoting cyberlight101:

    I probably wasted my money too. Already flagged one. In fact the scammer was the first to reply! The scammer also wanted to go off site right away and asked all the wrong questions...income, place of residence, kids ages, etc. All he/she got was a raised heart rate and higher blood pressure when I refused. The scammer got mad and told me to delete my profile!! LMAO...An attempt at intimidation?? He/she especially didn't like it when I said I had experience with scammers. Yes it was South Africa and degreed and orphaned as child and worked at orphanage...sure if they say so...not. I reported it and sure enough agematch got right on it and investigated it. I doubt I will continue with subscription when it is due though.

    two for two...scammers! At this rate, buying membership is doing nothing but supporting the site for the scammers to use!!!!!

     

  • View author's info Posted on Dec 04, 2013 at 09:30 PM


    I probably wasted my money too. Already flagged one. In fact the scammer was the first to reply! The scammer also wanted to go off site right away and asked all the wrong questions...income, place of residence, kids ages, etc. All he/she got was a raised heart rate and higher blood pressure when I refused. The scammer got mad and told me to delete my profile!! LMAO...An attempt at intimidation?? He/she especially didn't like it when I said I had experience with scammers. Yes it was South Africa and degreed and orphaned as child and worked at orphanage...sure if they say so...not. I reported it and sure enough agematch got right on it and investigated it. I doubt I will continue with subscription when it is due though.

  • View author's info Posted on Nov 16, 2013 at 07:13 AM


    simply go by the adage if it is too good to be true it probably isnt

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