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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.What I found was profile after profile of women who simply do not exist. They promise debt relief, or tell you you've won something, or that you're approved for a credit card from "The VISA-Mastercard Company".Ladies, please be aware of persons that live in other countries or say they are in the military. Make sure the person writing you can spell correctly and also knows how to use the English language in correct sentences.They are scammers and are trying to talk to you offline. Moments after I completed a profile for "Plenty of Fish"/I was contacted (via the app) by an escort service.I eventually found my match, after only having to meet two men, the second one was my match.We have been together for 6 years now and have just celebrated our 3rd wedding anniversary!Plus, many members take it upon themselves to organize events and meet & greets for everyone to attend, and the place to find such events are in the forums.

The most frustrating part about all of this is that when asked for my phone number "to confirm my account", specifically stated that they do not sell your information to third-party companies; that is fraud!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.Today I can truly say we are still married going on eight years in a marvelous and wonderful relationship!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.

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