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If I would have known, I would certainly never have spent a penny there. I want to tell about what I am currently going through.
There are SOME real women on the site, but they live miles and miles from you, and you probably will never meet them. The site is a scam and just about everything negative all you guys wrote happned to me.
Not only do you have to upgrade from a free membership to a costly one ( usually the premium one) in order to read messages or see pictures, but they ask for your telephone number then charge you accordingly.( I have a pay as you go mobile phone and they ate all my credit up in a few days! This business, Milfaholic, is owned by Enom, Inc, out of Kirkland, Washington. The consumer complaint offices said they wait for a critical mass of complaints to the office before taking steps to investigate and prosecute offenders.
Its a shame companys gotta scam you to make a buck. wouldt they have figured out that people have figured out its fake.people have doubts about the women being nude but in this hyper-sexualized society its no stretch of the imagination for a young women to take off her clothes and take a selfie.
Not only are they scam artists, they aren't too good about it. Really, I have to give it one star to have my comments published? Used same picture of same girl with different user name and different town and state. Shortly after registration of my email with the site, it wasn't long before I was messaged by a woman claiming to be from Grimes, Pa. Grimes is not any kind of incorporated city or town.
If you use the webtool TINEYE, you can verify where the porn pictures originated, and that most of the girls on the Milfaholic site are not real.
I tell all my single guy friends to watch out for online dating.
It is a sad, soul-crushing place where good guys go to die a slow death by way of ignored messages and empty inboxes.
I tell all my single girlfriends to give online dating a try. Your inbox will fill with notes from 19-year-olds in the ‘burbs, 40-somethings who find your taste in music “refreshing,” addled idiots writing “id fck u,” and a handful of age-appropriate, nice-looking guys who can string some sentences together and like to cook.
You set up a profile, pick some cute photos, write something witty about the things that you love (Beyonce, Hillary Clinton, Battlestar Galactica), list some books you like, and then sit back, kick your feet up, and wait for the messages to roll in.
and now what happened is they stole her passport and the 500 k they owe her and she has no way home..