19th October 2011

Ashley Madison Tips Testimonials or Stories

Hey there,

I am new to Ashley Madison (giving it a try for the first time) and was wondering if anyone out there can share their Ashley Madison Tips, Ashley Madison Stories or Ashley Madison Testimonials?

Anything you can ad would be sure to help me out. I want to be one the “good guys” on Ashley Madison.



This post was submitted by Adam.

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22nd April 2010

$130,000 to post ads on dating sites!

Stumbled across this job position at http://www.alwaysajob.com and thought you guys might be interested in it.

http://www.alwaysajob.com/display_job/38323/Social_Media_Buyer_-_Media_Buying_-_Media_Planner_-_FaceBook.html?searchId=1271954353&page=1


This post was submitted by mark.

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13th April 2010

Is Philanderers.com another scam?

Hey,
I was just wondering what people’s thoughts were on this site: Philanderers.com – is it another rip off like I have heard about Ashley Madison? This site is supposed to help people have affairs on the side, but I find it hard to believe a new company like this would have so many hot girls ready to break up a marriage….


This post was submitted by Mark.

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13th April 2010

Is Wildmatch.com a scam?

I recently heard about this site and wanted to know what you thought and if anyone had good experiences from this site?


This post was submitted by Kevin.

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13th April 2010

Affairmatch.com scam, hoax, or real?

AFFAIRMATCH.COM has come along onto the online market and was curious ’bout wether or not this site is legit. I suspect its just another hoax to get guys to pay for nothing.


This post was submitted by Brent Dunbar.

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19th March 2010

SexDatePersonals.com A Scam?

Some profiles look legitimate on this site, but there is no way there are that many hot girls looking for a quick hook-up in my town!  Something seems a little odd.   The only good exlanation that I have heard is that these type of sites (and dating sites in general) can subscribe to a database of profiles compiled from all the subscriber sites.  That way, a new personals site is “full” of profiles from the moment they launch.


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19th March 2010

Do Russian brides just want a green card

Many people believe that women especially Russian women on international dating sites are only after one thing: a green card, a marriage just to let them escape from poverty in their own country. While there are certainly ladies out there who want immigration rights, and have only one goal, to marry a foreign man gain citizenship then seek divorce the majority of Russian women need a more compelling reason to uproot their lives from their home country, leave behind their friends and family for an unknown future in a strange country. So why is the media so full of stories about Russian women just wanting a green card, and is there any truth in these stories?

They Believe Russian women live a terrible life in Russia
Many people are still under the mistaken impression that Russian women lead a miserable life in their homeland and will do anything to escape the poverty and misery in Russia. Well this is simply not true. Russia has come a long way since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world and has a fast growing economy, and Many Russians have managed to build happy, secure lives. Tourists flock to the country each year to see the new Russia, and many Russian women enjoy successful careers, probably earning more money in their home land than they could if they moved overseas. In addition, the ladies have strong relationships with friends and family and a lifetime of memories in their homeland. For a Russian women to give up her life and move to a strange country there needs to be a lot stronger reason than a green card. It may be hard to believe but many Western men have married Russian women for a green card to live in Russia ( Now that says something?)

They hear the usual Horror Stories about the Russian Dating Industry
Who hasn’t heard a story about the friend of a friend who brought a wife from overseas only to learn she was after a green card? And divorced him as soon as she gained citizenship. While this certainly happens from time to time, it is by no means the norm and men should not let stories in the media or stories from a friend of a friend stopping them in their search for Russian brides, there are many thousands of Western men who met their love in Russia and have had many years of a successful marriage. You are just as likely to meet a gold digger on a Western dating site as you are on a Russian dating site, and I’m sure you would of all heard from a friend of a friend the guy who married the girl from down the road only to lose his house and business to her? Any man who just uses some common sense can often spot the bad apples, so please don’t let any exaggerated stories scare you away.

They’ve Had Bad Experiences on Other Sites
While email2femail.com goes to great lengths to ensure the validity of women on our site, many other international dating sites do not and it is these sites that give the international dating industry a bad name. Email2femail.com takes many precautionary measures to protect our clients from would-be scammers.

Many of the industry horror stories originate not from Russian dating sites, but from sites featuring women from other countries. Often this can be sites like yahoo personals, match.com, lavalife.com ,It’s important not to compare Russian women from other International dating sites and remember Russian women are not in the same position as many women , like on a Thai dating site, Russian women have different reasons foe searching for their love overseas. Unfortunately, people and the media tend to lump all women on international dating sites together, a common, yet unfortunate, mistake, and is often the reason when you mention Russian brides the thought of horror and scam comes to many people’s minds. Open-minded men should evaluate each dating site, and each lady, separately.

If you are searching the Russian dating sites for Russian brides, remember most ladies are looking for love, and Not a Green card, thousands of men have found their love in Russia and you could be next.?
Best of luck in your searches.


This post was submitted by englishrussian.

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19th March 2010

Is HornyMatches.com A Scam?

I have been hearing the HornyMatches is nothing but another scam site. Just like Ashley Madison, the profiles on there are set up as bait to lure you in and pay a monthly fee. SUre you get some initial e-mail from a hot girl way out of your league, but then once to pay to read the e-mail, all communication stops! I was thinking of trying it, but want other peoples advice.


This post was submitted by Jeff.

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8th December 2009

STDs and Dating

We all know that there are dangers in dating and that we should play it safe but STDs continue to rise and it seems its not going to stop anytime soon.

The biggest problem with this is there is often no way to tell if the person is infected. If you look at the symptoms of herpes you’ll notice that they can be very prominent to non existent making it one of the easiest to catch and most common STDs.

So the real message I’m trying to relay is have fun but stay safe. You never know who has what and with one in four people living with an STD your chances are pretty good that you will run into one sooner or later.


This post was submitted by Matt.

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8th December 2009

SCAM

I just joined the above and took Gold membership. I have tried to update my profile but nothing has changed in two days and i have only been contacted by scams – people (girls) wanting money to log onto their personal webcams.

Unbelievable – also none of the e-mails I posted ever got to apear in my sent box


This post was submitted by mark.

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