I had a this app for a little while now and it’s great but the only thing I have a problem with is the messaging. Like why do I have to pay to message someone? And it’s not even unlimited, it’s limited messages. You have to pay a certain amount to send an amount of messages. You have to pay 16 dollars to send only 20 messages which is barely anything. Why can’t you just send unlimited messages once you became a member? I became a member for a reason thinking I can send as many messages as I want but I was wrong. It’s kinda dumb that you have to pay to send a certain amount of messages. I don’t have a problem paying to see amount of videos but messages?!? Like no this app could be better if I can send unlimited messages because I’m a member. I would give this app a 5 star rating but the problem I have is paying for sending a certain amount of messages.
God forbid. I wasted my precious time and money. This app is fake!!! No one should download it. They are all fake!!! Send message and they will collect your money . I was a fool to had let them scam my money . Rubbish app
Honestly Apple should really take this site off their app network. It’s nothing but a scam. Only 5% of the people on that site are real. Save your time and your money and don’t bother.
All they want the ladies is to hypnotized by sweet talk looking at the fake fotos, pretend that all the hunks that are crazy in love with the girls, like you, are one of them. Unfortunately I am multilingual, I checked with her side is coming from, from Spain, they don’t speak Spanish, once they answered me with Hebrew I respond back and there was no answer, after they wanted to charge you $10 just to respond to model pictures, not $10 for the entire site, but $10 for each person that you want to chat with. I tried deleting all my pictures and they still come with these approach lines like: “What have you been all my life, I’m looking for someone serious to complete my life, distance Is not a problem, are you willing to be a lady in my life? Stay away!
Like so many have stated this app is expensive to use. And that’s because it’s an adaptation of this company’s existing foreign bride marriage agencies: Anastasia.com, Amolatina.com, ArabDating.com, AsianDating.com...possibly more. This coincides with the purpose of this app and sites: keep people using the properties as much as possible for as long as possible to earn as much as possible. Visit the sites. They’re clones of each other with the same pricing structure as this app. Currently buried in their info was an offer for free use of the website if one downloaded this app and paid for a three month subscription and met usage requirements. That’s how I found this app. The next issue I have with them are the restrictions against exchanging contact information - found buried in the terms or usage areas that no one bothers with. Exchange contact info in a forbidden means and suffer the consequences. The problem is they don’t explicitly explain the appropriate way to exchange contact information. For the most part the women on the sites are real. However their motives and sincerity will vary. The remaining profiles are semi real but usually a scam. This requires a good bit of explaining. The owner of the app and sites offers a business opportunity to start a local office to find new women for the sites in exchange for fees for letter translation, chaperone/translators for introductions, gift deliveries, etc. Most will open a dating office and often a modeling agency. Women without a portfolio are encouraged to join the dating agency in exchange for a complimentary photo shoot. Some local agencies are unscrupulous. They rent a model’s image and have their office staff write and chat with interested parties. I had contacted a new profile about three weeks before a planned trip to Colombia and conversed up until my departure. Upon arrival she went silent. I had visited the local office on a previous trip to this city, so I stopped by to setup a date. The office manager remembered me but wasn’t familiar with Sarah. In fact she told me that no one in the office had met her nor translated any of our letters. The following day she told me that the agency owner new this woman personally and had been translating our letters. I was also told she was offered a modeling job in Bogota and might be back before my return home. As the week progressed the word scam became apparent. First I was told that she’s planning on leaving the agency when she returns at the end of the week but hopes to meet meet me before she leaves. Next I’m told that she wouldn’t be returning as she had accepted a contract in Bogota. Packed for a week and doesn’t need to return home to gather her things for a move? Strangely suspicious. Finally she’s sick in the hospital and much too sick to accept a call. All the while the office manager is uncomfortably yet graciously apologetic and offers help me meet someone else or to take a side trip to a finca. I decline as I no longer trust the owner of this local agency and will not support it. Another local in Brazil had a website offering rewards and prizes for participants in her city. There were videos of women winning laptops, phones, and even Vespa scooters at an awards banquet of some kind. Before I found this site 20-30 models and students from this city had joined the site. I wrote one of these young ladies for nearly a year. During this time she confirmed that she knew of this site but seemed sincere in wanting to get to know me. I planned a trip to meet her, but the week before my departure she asked if I could possibly postpone my trip for a week as she had just been cast in a local reality TV show. A week later she asked when I would arrive. I told her in about a month because I was waiting to hear back from my boss for my new vacation request. A week later her profile was removed. A year later I searched her name and found her on YouTube. It was Brazil’s version of America’s Next Top Model. She had won a contract with her mom and boyfriend of ten years present. ..semi real and a year wasted along quite a bit of money spent conversing. It’s also said that most of the offers of interest to chat are not from that person but either a program or someone‘s staff. I believe this to be true. Why? Because if you reference something in the initial contact message, you’ll find this person is usually oblivious to your reference to ‘their ‘ opening line. It could also be possible that the translator might be enhancing things which means you may not truly know the person you’re chatting with. All this is done in order to initiate additional chats and thus more income. Hope my experiences are helpful. My thoughts on this app is that until it gains traction the app will have more women than men where the women will be mostly from Latin America, Russia/Ukraine , China and the Philippines. And that this will be the most expensive dating app you’ll ever use.
I know making money is the end goal but these guys have taken it to a whole other level. They say if something is too good to be true it’s a scam. Which is what this app is! U get messages even before finishing to set up your account lol. Don’t waste your time guys. Stay with tinder and bumble. Badoo too.
This is the worst dating app ever they will still your money and ask you to pay more scammers beware of this app all is fake even the people chatting on the app are fake profiles
You pay ten dollars a month but then have to pay even more just to send more messages. I’ve requested to have my account deleted numerous times and yet I can still log in.
It’s scam. It’s fake. It’s so bad. I think I just found the new low of dating apps and this is it.
This isn’t a real app and they won’t delete you’re account. Don’t go on it!! I’m reporting it to apple.