Complaint: All the truth you wanna know about chnlove from a Chinese insider I used to work for a Chinese agency of chnlove for several months. And I can tell you that this is totally a scam website. All those female profiles on the website are posted by our Chinese dating agencies.Chinese agencies get women to sign up with them by promising them that they can easily be married to rich foreign guys. They got these women to pose for all kinds of sexy photos and videos. chnlove drops advertisement on all kinds of websites to lure men in. Chinese agencies recruit personnel with high education to pretend to be the ladies you are seeing on the website. These so-called translators uses all kinds of sexual invitation messages to lure men in. This is usually done by softwares automatically. Their marks are usually single men above 50. Because these men are usually rich and have a lot of time and lonely. If someone responds, they will tell him that they fall in love with him, they can’t wait to meet him. If you post a head of a pig in your profile, there will be a lot of beautiful ladies chasing you. They will chat with you sexually as low as you are paying your credits which are very expensive. They want you to read their letters and write to them, have love call with them, see their doctored photos, their videos. They will try to get the last penny out of you. They can be whores, they can be romantic women. They don’t care. They aren’t the real ladies. The real ladies don’t even know your name. And the touchy letters you are receiving are usually letters that can be sent to countless men. And you will foolishly think you’re truly loved. And about the expensive love call, they can convince you that they are real and still rip you off. They are all just female translators who pretend to be your ladies. Male translators ask their female colleagues for help. Some male translators ever use software to change their voices and talk to you directly. They will try to keep the line as long as possible. A translation is usually operating about seven women profiles. They can be faking relationships with a dozen of men. A credit of yours, they can earn 4rmb. They can earn 8000-15000 a month. The agencies and the platform chnlove are earning way more. And if you are interested enough to get to China to meet your lady, now the real lady is useful. They tell her the necessary information to get her in the game too. She will act and convince you, try to get you to marry her. If successful, the Chinese agency will charge a introduction fee of about 30000rmb from the lady. And they will package it as successful dating case and parade it. See, we are real, don’t trust the romors about the scam. And you buy it. But it always don’t work, because the real lady is not as beautiful as you see online, and the personality is different. As long as a lady is luring men in, they’ll not pull her off the website even though she is no longer with the agency. So sometimes they will try to avoid you coming to China. But sometimes they will find a excuse and hook you up with another lady to make money. chnlove is pretty smart. The platform is in Hong Kong, the scam personnel are in China. And the victims are from all over the world. You can’t prove their illegal activities. They change the scam into all kinds of fake services and use their credits system to scam your money. Then they split the spoils afterwards. Spread this truth about chnlove, my friends, let’s put them out of business and shut this scam down for good.

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