Why are all dating sites fake
"I won't send any message to a man without any verified personal info," she said. A woman in the paper's story, who only gives the name Xiaoqing and who worked for two popular dating sites, including jiayuan.com, for over two years, explained how they exploit their clients.However, Chen Wei, an attorney with Beijing Yingke Law Firm, said, "Dating websites have no access to the Ministry of Civil Affairs' marriage registration database, nor the Ministry of Public Security's ID database, so there is no way they can verify the most basic personal information, including a person's real name, age or marital history." It seems there's a huge loophole in dating websites' vetting systems. She gets a commission fee from individuals who sign up with the matchmaking service "I will get more salary if I can invite more online clients to sign up for a contract for matchmaking service," she said.They connected and soon enough, the Syracuse resident was getting little requests for favors— he sent a i Tunes card before finding out that the profile is fake.News Channel 9’s Tammy Palmer reached out to the U. Army, and found out that they get hundreds of complaints every month from people who say they were duped on legitimate dating sites.
Victims have lost tens of thousands of dollars, with very little chance of getting it back.
Scammers steal pictures of real soldiers online and create fake profiles.
The Army calls it an epidemic and is warning people to be cautious connecting to anyone online who claims to be a soldier serving overseas.
Some clients put the dots together, thinking it's a scam when they received calls from their disappearing dates defending their matchmakers after complaints are made. Without written authorization from CDIC, such content shall not be republished or used in any form.
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