Appears to be a scam

By JIm Baum | United States
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I joined this website to find every communication with any lady costs money...the part that makes me feel its fake is this... I put my profile and I get 3 ladies every day....exactly 3 sending me letters wanting correspondence. All are model quality and im older and have been on other sites...there is no way this may bathing beauties want me. I feel sure the "letters" are being sent from the web host to generate cash. Also in their Admirere mails "how it works" tab it reads the following... "Any lady interested in you will first send you a letter, called "Admirer Mail". In the letter she will briefly introduce herself and tell you what she's looking for in a potential match. If you wish to express interest in her, we suggest send her a mail. It is absolutely FREE!" When you try to reply you cant because you have no credits unless you paid. It is not FREE as stated on their website...if it looks and feels too good to be true probably is. This site to me is nothing but a scam money maker and I believe most of the girls letters and pictures are not real ladies looking for love.

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November 28th,2011 at 3:52 AM
By Conyers | Turkey
I can't believe you're not playing with me--that was so heplful.
February 4th,2012 at 5:19 AM
By Chris | United States is one of the most cleverly designed "dating" scams on the internet. It is all about taking your money and leaving you with absolutely nothing including no contact whatsoever from their so called "available" women. Its a huge tease that keeps you buying time in the form of "credits". The women who leave admirer mails write very alluring letters that serve one purpose, to work more cash out of you. And it is very likely each of them is getting a commission from what they do with each member using the site, buying credits in an endless pursuit of model-quality women that pure and simple, don't exist. There are far too many stunning women posing in professional shots with professional backgrounds for them to be real. Don't get suckered into this one... the website operators know exactly what they're doing. Stay away from it... and save your money for a real date with a real woman.
February 8th,2012 at 6:50 AM
By Aaron | United Kingdom
Well, apparently, the the lady profiles etc. are all genuine and verified before they are posted. Therefore, in comparison with men's profiles, they're more legit! Plus asiamatch is a dating platform for serious relationships, so I can understand why the photos, and shit, are professional. All they wanna do is look nice for y'all. They spend all that time doing this, taking nice photos, writing touching letters, for what? So you can think the photos look too nice or the letters are to con your money? Only desperate people who draw conclusions without thinking are easily conned.
May 13th,2012 at 5:48 PM
By Clementine David | Cote D'Ivoire

Greetings in the name of our lord Jesus Christ, I am Mrs Clementine David from Norway , a widow to late David Tom I am 55 years old, I am now a new Christian convert,GOD BLESS YOU ,

Greetings in the name of our lord Jesus Christ, I am Mrs Clementine David from Norway , a widow to late David Tom I am 55 years old, I am now a new Christian convert,
August 24th,2012 at 8:47 PM
By Scott | United States
From the photos I've received, some of them were studio photos, and some where not, some were in her home, with her family, walking down the street with her sister. It would be hard for me to believe, that a scam agency would keep 20 to thirty photos, of 4000 different women. Plus, I'm a glass half full kinda guy.
February 21st,2013 at 4:38 PM
By chris | United States
Actually, I would like to question who wrote the above comment to ask if he has met any of these ladies. I have before me, 30-40 "admirer emails." Most of them said they read and loved my profile, even before anything was posted about me.
Secondly, HALF or maybe even more than half of the ladies OWN COMPANIES or are supposedly well-off financially.

I should "challenge" on of the wealthy ones who say they want to fly to the USA and meet me. Maybe that would be the final test. Something is up with that, I just don't know what quite yet.
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