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Marriage agency scam sites, are they honest?

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Tom Cat:

--- Quote from: andrewfi on April 26, 2015, 08:27:14 AM ---What on earth made you think I was referring to 'Jim'? Your original post was not, so why on earth would I have done without being explicitly clear about doing so.

The factual basis for claims made by your new best mate has been shown to be incorrect on this very forum in the past.

You are however displaying the characteristics that show why the 'consumer's friend' is a worthwhile strategy for online hucksters - they know that people like you won't be bothered to find out that the claims they are making are incorrect.

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You referring to this man as if I have any personal experience, is very dishonest on your part.

Tom Cat:

--- Quote from: Ghislain Lagrega on April 26, 2015, 07:49:35 AM ---What do you think about dream marriage site ??.
I met 2 women from this site in 2011.
And now every night I'm speaking with one women on dream marriage. But
I read on Internet,  So many people  say women win money to speak with man on dream marriage agencies,  this is true ???

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Best thing to do is try to communicate with her off site away from dream marriage.
There are some honest ladies on the site, but you need to find out which ones are?

I reopened my account on the DM site a few months ago.
Checked this morning and have over 16,000 messages, this is common when girls are being paid to communicate.

Steveboy:
They are all dirty lying cheating scammers in this industry!

Look heres a site using my name. Idiots the whole industry stinks!

http://znak.eu.pn/sayt-znakomstv-bridesandlovers.php 

sharonhaber00:

--- Quote from: Tom Cat on April 26, 2015, 11:33:13 AM ---Checked this morning and have over 16,000 messages, this is common when girls are being paid to communicate.

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Most likely a system. Not any real girl wrote you.

andrewfi:

--- Quote from: Tom Cat on April 26, 2015, 08:57:13 AM ---
--- Quote from: andrewfi on April 26, 2015, 08:27:14 AM ---What on earth made you think I was referring to 'Jim'? Your original post was not, so why on earth would I have done without being explicitly clear about doing so.

The factual basis for claims made by your new best mate has been shown to be incorrect on this very forum in the past.

You are however displaying the characteristics that show why the 'consumer's friend' is a worthwhile strategy for online hucksters - they know that people like you won't be bothered to find out that the claims they are making are incorrect.

--- End quote ---

You referring to this man as if I have any personal experience, is very dishonest on your part.

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What on earth are you going on about?

You made a silly mistake in reading and now you want to double down on it?

Truly 'exceptional'.

If you have a question to ask then ask it.
If you ask a silly, stupid, unthoughtful question don't then try to suggest that it was rhetorical as you are now trying to do.

If you ask a question then most of us, including myself, make an assumption that you want help and a genuine honest answer. That's what you got from me. That the response showed that you had given no thought to your original post is not my fault or problem.

So, next time you have a question to ask why not try thinking it through beforehand? There's a good fellow.

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