Asian online dating scams
The site is clearly set up to entice men to engage in conversations that give some hope of meeting them and when arrangements are set up for them to come to your country, they ask if you will pay for their visa and their flight and on and on.
The photos are mostly taken by professionals and one can never know if they are photos of the actual person (if there is one). Also, Chinese women who are single, do not a home, or a business, or have children will probably not get a tourist visa. Now as far as membership and money spent on the site.
I had a little look through, and paid about AU for minimal chat time...however thankfully I had the brains to look on this site, and read that they take recurring payments of 10 USD a month on the fly..agree to this on payment for your initial cheap chat time. It takes a better effort from administration to clean this up. Questions like "Why would a self respecting Chinese woman suggest to come spend three weeks with a man she just met on the internet? Unfortunately you have to look at every profile and all communication in a cynical manner. I decided to put them to the test so I set up a fake profile myself I added no photo and I put no info in my profile whatsoever, within 2 days I had over 100 responses with the heading in the messages (you can only see the heading unless you pay to be a member) I love your profile or you are sexy I love your picture, your cute etc etc funny how my profile was empty and there was no picture..
(She asked that I only use her internet handle, Firefly, for reasons that will soon become clear.) It had been about a year since Firefly got divorced.
Her new boyfriend had a complicated backstory: He was an American soldier serving in Iraq, and he had a son living in Ghana.
But she had revealed to her new online beau how much she wanted children, and soon his 14-year-old son was emailing her.
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All they really want is to con you into paying for a flight to your country in order to be your partner for life. I saw through the scam and have learned how to turn it around, making a great profit in the process. I received a nice email saying thank you and if I ever want to renew the profile just activate and pay the membership. I received what I paid for and they received only the money they were entitled.