This is why they send out fake email messages, to trick you into upgrading so thy can make money off of you.You're basically interacting with a computer software program and no humans whatsoever. As we mentioned in the above section all the email messages we received came from fictitious women.These fictitious profiles have been created by Quick
In a short time frame 12 "women" browsed our profile (see evidence below).
The last part of our evidence is in the terms and conditions page.
One of the things that always points to the site being fake is the amount of emails you receive minutes after registering on the dating site.
We have been registered on this site for about 30 minutes and we have already received 15 emails.
This means that their profiles are completely fake.
All of the images in the profiles are phony and all the information is fake.
Then one day Eric called in a panic, saying his passport had been stolen.
He needed money in a hurry or he’d be thrown out of the country just a few months shy of earning his degree.
We have included the sentences from the terms and conditions page which clearly states this fact below: Another part of their deception is the use of computer software programs to make it appear as if people have been browsing your profile.
The reason why they make it appear as if women have viewed your profile is because you will want to see who viewed your profile.
It's because all these email messages are automated and no one is actually sending them to us.