Charmdate is a great scam. They claim for providing contacts with real girls as a normal dating site, but it’s only PPL (pay per letter) without any possibility to have mail addresses or phone numbers of the girls, no true contact allowed. | I have been in contact with a girl (she claims) from Kyiv, Ukraine, but strangely she didn’t absolutely want to have me come to Kyiv. She wanted only to come to Italy, where I live, but as she wanted to know me better, she promised to come only at the end of 2017. So we had contacts on the site from the beginning of August up to the mid of December, 2017. She said she would come at the beginning of January, but she simply disappeared. Ghosting. No contact possible. No chat invite does work. Nothing. Totally fake. It’s very likely that on the site there are mostly fake profiles of truly beautiful girls (models), whereas all the correspondence is done be totally different people (the so called “translators”), probably unemployed English teachers or housewives or whatever. It’s impossible to check, I guess, but obviously the whole site works with this system of the (even too) beautiful young girls on the photos and other people working as writers of the correspondence and eventual chatting. | If asked, I can obviously give the details of the name (only christian name, clearly) and the ID number of the girl. | It would be interesting to know if there is any possibility to try a class action against the Qpid network. For me, it’s clearly fraud.



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