Start All over the world dating site say no to scam

All over the world dating site say no to scam

Since 2005 we had a list of women at this website who are swindling men out of money via Internet. We had hundreds of individual women as well as dozens of criminal groups which were working in different cities of Russia, Ukraine and Nigeria.

The scam sites are believed to have enriched the men to the tune of more than £34 million since they were set up in 2004, taking advantage of millions of lonely men who wasted time and money engaging in online conversations with employees operating fake accounts.

Claim: According to Rocket News 24, Miura Tetsuo is one of the eight executives arrested over the scam that are believed to have enriched the men to the tune of more than £34 million since they were set up in 2004In fact employees were even reportedly paid to continue conversations with the men via email and mobile messaging programmes in order to trick them into believing they were having some success and should continue to pay membership fees despite never actually meeting women.

Unfortunately, since 2005 the legislation on placing private information in Internet has changed significantly, so in 2015 we took a decision to close this website not to breach legislation of some countries important for us.

Here is a short info for free for you to understand whether you are communicating with a scammer. Normal women never write to random email addresses and do not buy email addresses from spammers. If you receive an email address from a user at a dating website and begin correspondence, check after several days if her profile is still active on that site.

Is this real or just a trick to get us to purchase credits in order to communicate with these women?

There is no clear evidence that these women are fake but at the same time there is no evidence that they are legitimate either.

We also noticed some positive reviews that seemed fake.