What is everyones opinion in www.Dream-Singles.com
I joined this site, and I do see behavior that seems like a scam. But then I see some behavior that seems real. I have randomly asked things that are not easily done on the internet questions about monuments and asked for pictures from gals showing them with local newspapers to prove they are there. And some do not beg to come or ask repeatedly for letters etc.
At the same time, I have caught form letters coming over, different girls using the same letters, I have even had cases where there were errors in the template letter and instead of my name the letter said %NAME which is a java code variable.
I have also noticed women that I was chatting with, at that time, there were messages that were completely out of context coming up on the right side of the screen in requests to chat. I also wrote a program to monitor some of these "real" women. A chat now button blinks green when they are on the computer to chat. I took 10 random women and had the program log when these women were available to chat. Some were available 20 hours a day. So there is no doubt this site is fake on many fronts.
And they charge nearly 10$ to send a single letter and 4$ a minute to chat. I joined just to see some of the gals. I am 50 years old, fairly attractive according to most, well to do and thought I would give it a try. I quickly learned all behavior is designed to drain your account of credits. I was getting 2000 plus letters a day from women of all ages, super model looking women.
I deleted everyone under 40 right away and then I had to start blocking women. I did find that 3 seemed truly real. They answered everything correctly, none begged me to send letters and chat etc. All 3 were listed as doctors, I asked questions in their field and they gave non text book but correct answers pretty much in chat live right away. This is something that could not be faked.
I also think its downright funny that the chat time that shows up for the women chatting with you is VEGAS time which is where the company is. They told me this is because the messages are translated on their servers in Vegas before coming to me.
I have also run into situations whereby the women send me REAL pictures and they look totally different, some have even admitted that their photos are photo shopped. One gal I was chatting with slipped and said in a conversation, before I moved to the US.... ha ha ha
But the whammy on this dreamsingles is they monitor the chats and letters and wipe out any and all contact data. They want you to request contact info and then they try to setup video sessions which costs extra etc before they will let you contact the women off site.
I know people will say its totally fake, and I think the site is partially fake, there are obvious laws violated in some cases I believe. I am thinking of writing the Nevada attorney general.
I just wanted to hear peoples opinions and we should get this site shut down.
*** Note: I gave you a fictitious first name and location since you didn't enter them - if it's accurate it's purely coincidence. Please use "Chris" as your name in any followup comments. ***
Read my site. Start with the scams section (left margin menu, "Scams"). If you're paying by the letter you're being scammed. Shoot, I think you caught this yourself, "Before I moved to the U.S....."
All pay-per-letter operations prevent you from sharing contact information. That's how they keep the $10/letter coming.
But as with all PPL operations, one of two things is happening:
1) The girls are actually employees of the agency. They're either paid a flat rate, a percentage of their letter revenue, or some combination.
2) The girls aren't even doing the writing, but the agency representative is writing on the girl's behalf.
Given "Before I moved to the U.S....." I would guess the former. And in this case they are living/working right in the U.S.
See that girl in the top banner of my site? She's a friend who grew up in Ukraine and met and married an American man from Texas. As I'm from Texas and I was there when they met, I became friends with her.
After her divorce she was looking for a job and had a job interview as an "interpreter". After learning that the job was to write letters to men she declined.
That's how it works.
Read my WHOLE site. It can tell you how to go through this process without being scammed!