Dating service called plenty of fish
Dating service called plenty of fish - amit cohen dating in the dark
The website only recognizes my credentials (the same user ID and password) sometimes. The site has what seem like quality women on it but with that log in problem I will never pay to upgrade.Plus, I can still communicate with the ladies for free.
I was recently scammed by a STEVEN **, whom I fell in love with for over 10 months, he took all my savings and loans, lost my house and car in the process, he keeps asking for more money to come see me and things from where he is keeps coming up, claimed to live in OK and Michigan and went to both addresses.I tried to call a number online that was listed as a support number.The number immediately disconnected and a different number (800) 505-8921 called me back. COM because there has to be *some way* to contact the company besides only having an active account.He is currently the CEO of Courtland Brooks, a consultancy agency for the Internet dating industry, and runs Online Personals He prides himself on being a New Media Futurist and can be reached at Linked In.You can't even send a message to Marcus, the alleged founder, as he is also a bot. And also POF have a bad habit about monitoring every inch of all your inbox conversations as well as your pictures and they would always send reminders not to say or do this or that or you risk being removed permanently from their site. POF used to be great about a decade ago (I met my wife of 9 years there and went in countless dates with women). I am a 6-7 looking male in my early 40s and I can summarize my experience as: 30% are superficial immature women looking for a Tall Brad Pitt that makes 250k (they stay on the site for AGES waiting, and waiting).
55% are FAKE profiles of beautiful women ran by overseas scammers (I heard real women also face this issue with fake male profiles). Back in early 2006 I started chatting with another POF member.We mostly kept it epistolary until five or six months later when we finally met face to face.Of course, there's no way to prove it, and that's why whoever owns this app is obviously making tons of cash.If you're single, regardless of your sex or sexual orientation, avoid this app at all costs.I was duped twice and the second time I was blackmailed and they wanted 3000 dollars for some pictures I shared (nothing X Rated). I figured this was normal, and pushed on to find some real singles to talk to.