How Cheats You? (REVIEW)

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Similarly to, the online dating site is also directing users towards a third matchmaking service called In this review we will present to you our findings from the investigation of this website. We invite you to continue reading and avoid getting scammed.

What we found out about

When we opened the Terms and Condition of Use to read carefully, we found the proof for all our suspicions. We break down the facts in the text below.

1) Content Posted on the Website gains all legal rights to freely reuse and distribute your profile data and anything you post on the site throughout their affiliated sites, from the moment you upload it on the website. This fact raises the possibility that the women you see on are not real people, but fabricated profiles created with the data taken from other naive people who once created a profile. So, even if you believe you are talking to a real person – you can never know for sure.

PROOF OF SCAM: “By posting Content to any public area of AsianDate You automatically grant, represent and warrant that You have the right to grant to AsianDate an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, fully paid, worldwide license to use, copy, perform, display, and distribute such information and Content and to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such information and content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing.”

2) “Suppliers” Agencies (or pays agencies called “Suppliers” to take information from women and create a profile for them on the site. They also translate your messages to the women and vice-versa. The thing is that sharing personal contacts that may take your conversation outside of the website are not allowed. Basically, you can only talk to a woman using’s services and you can never meet her in person.

PROOF OF SCAM: “To provide the Service, AsianDate purchases services from various agencies (collectively, “Suppliers”). The Suppliers are independent contractors and are not agents, or employees of AsianDate. AsianDate is not responsible for the willful or negligent acts and/or omissions of any Supplier or any of its respective employees, agents, servants or representatives including, without limitation, their failure to deliver Services, or partial or inadequate delivery of Services.”

3) Auto-Renewable Membership operates on a credit-based system and will even charge you for sending or reading emails. This means you pay a certain amount of money for a number of credits on the website, and their correspondence system works on a message-per-credits basis. Sending and opening a received email will cost you $4 for each and that is not a cheap option when you take into consideration that a regular email conversation may take months or even years before you would like to move forward.

PROOF OF SCAM: Your membership will continue indefinitely until cancelled by You. After Your initial purchase of membership, and again after any subsequent membership period, Your membership will automatically renew for an additional equivalent period, at the price you agreed to when initially purchasing the membership. You agree that your account will be subject to this automatic renewal feature.”

The verdict on

It is obvious that is a part of a bigger dating websites family. too is obviously not a legitimate dating service aimed at bringing people together to have some real-time fun. We kindly advise you to carefully read the terms of use when joining an online dating site, and especially before giving them your hard-earned money. Scam Questions

If there is something you’d like to ask and find out about this site, that we didn’t manage to explain in our review, feel free to post your questions in the section below. We also welcome you to share your personal experiences with and help prevent other from falling for the conning tactics. Contact Info

Address: 450 Spring Park Place Suite 100 Herndon, VA

Email Contact:

Phone Number: +1 (207) 262-9595, +1 (800) 356-3130 or +1 (800) 234-0036

Report and File a Complaint

Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been deceived and overcharged.

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