Subject: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/07/05 08:48AM
By: Anonymous

Plenty more naughty fish is the "adult" contact side of
plentymorefish Which brands itself as the UK's fastest growing online singles database.

I joined pmnf after a female friend knew I was looking and suggested it as she knew someone who used it. Having had some sucess on adult friend finder I was looking for somewhere new and different.

On reaching the website you really need to sign up for a free account before you can do anything.
To sign in you are given a user id (generated) and your own choice of password, although once signed in you have your own username.
You can search, create your own profile, view others profile and wink at others.
However to contact anyone or read their diarys you have to sign up for a premium account.
You can recieve messages from others but not read them till you have signed up.
Strangely even though my profile was barely filled out and I had no picture up,
I recieved several winks and about 6 messages.

So I signed up.

The first thing I noticed was that it wasn't a secure website (no httpsSmile even for entering your credit card details, although you can phone them. Stupidly I decided to continue and sign up.

Once signed up I read my messages which seemed very fake (all dirty msgs from ppl no where near me)

That topped with a sense of 'theres not much to this site' no community forums, no webcam chat.

all you seem to get for your £15 per month is the ability to view the thumbnail pictures larger, abiltiy to read and send messages, to read others diaries and to send gifts (like the ones on facebook).

Even your search is restricted to I'm looking for a female, aged between, from, within how many miles, religion, smoker, children and do I want to only see members with pictures.

Now if someone can only read my messages if they are a premium member that immediatly reduces my chances. On adult Friend finder for example it's usually the guys who pay for memberships and the females have free memberships.

All this feeling of, "I've just wasted $30 (or £15)" made me reach for the support button and email to ask to cancel my account and get my money back after just 7 minutes. Oh dear.

Unfortunalty I got a prompt reply sent to my account saying that as I'd read my messages I wasn't allowed to get my money back although they'd be happy to cancel my paid for account. (must remember to cancel auto renew)


The one shining light is that after recieving loads of "you have a new message" or "you've just been winked at" emails.
They've all stopped not even a confirmation sign up email.


However I've only been a member for 10 days ( 1 week free) 3 days paid member.

Perhaps things will look up.

I'll keep you informed.

Nifty


Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/09/28 12:38PM
By: Anonymous

Interesting comments from Nifty.

I signed up for the "standard" plentymorefish.com site and had a similar experience to you.

Several winks and five messages arrived very promptly from ladies, several of whom are I am damn certain were scammers (very strange names, no pics and from places so far away it was ridiculous).

I'm not suggesting for a minute that the actual site are involved, but it was strange that all three ladies who sent messages with pictures all described their "career" in some detail, then their domestic arrangements and very little about themselves, none of them seemed particularly "genuine".

I'm no Elephant Man, but two of the ladies were very attrractive, to be honest it would be a first if such ladies would even give me a second look. Could it be that this is some kind of "honeytrap" to get desperate single gentleman to sign up for the "premium" service? Like a sucker, I signed up for a month so that I could see what the messages I'd received said - no replies to date and quite frankly I don't expect any. I went into this with my eyes open, things make look up butI will address my concerns to the site operators.

I would appreciate other people's comments on this and I'll let you all know how things go.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/03 07:44AM
By: Anonymous

I'm sure it is secure, all of the right protocols are there and it looks like worldpay to me, which is mega secure, it just doesn't say https in the address bar. It could be a technical issue, maybe becuse the page is being viewed in a frame with a redirect possibly. You'd think they'd fix it tho.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/03 02:48PM
By: Anonymous

Why is it that everytime I try to give a review of a site it comes back as Spam?? Isnt this site used for this kind of stuff?????? I've tried about 6 times already! If its not about posting a site then what the hell is it for??

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/03 04:53PM
By: Admin

I checked my SPAM log and around the time of your last forum post I see posts were rejected because of the phrase "Press Release". I have removed these words from the SPAM list. Remember as well each post is only allowed one link.

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Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/11 04:56PM
By: Anonymous

Hmm, interesting to see the comments about the main plentymorefish site. I signed up for a month after getting a couple of messages and though why not! - As the girls who messaged me weren't drop dead gorgeous and seemed more believable (with photos in various locations).

But after swapping a few messages with a couple of them I noticed a few patterns forming. Both seemed to ignore what I was sending in my messages and just send me some random stuff about what they did at the weekend. I also noticed nearly al the messages from both girls were ending in '', which I guess is common but just seemed too much of a coincidence.

THEN, someone else contacted me, ending in the same '' and I started to get fed up. I did complain to the providers but they said there's nothing that can be done.

And, is it just me or are there loads of girls on there (and other sites I've tried out) that own horses!?!? Just seems a bit too unlikely!

Ah well, lesson learnt!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/11 04:57PM
By: Anonymous

By the way the post above '' = 3 x's, the spam filter seemed to be picking them up and deleting the post.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/18 06:16PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

Hmm, interesting to see the comments about the main plentymorefish site. I signed up for a month after getting a couple of messages and though why not! - As the girls who messaged me weren't drop dead gorgeous and seemed more believable (with photos in various locations).

But after swapping a few messages with a couple of them I noticed a few patterns forming. Both seemed to ignore what I was sending in my messages and just send me some random stuff about what they did at the weekend. I also noticed nearly al the messages from both girls were ending in '', which I guess is common but just seemed too much of a coincidence.

THEN, someone else contacted me, ending in the same '' and I started to get fed up. I did complain to the providers but they said there's nothing that can be done.

And, is it just me or are there loads of girls on there (and other sites I've tried out) that own horses!?!? Just seems a bit too unlikely!

Ah well, lesson learnt!



Regarding the horse issue, this seems to be common on dating sites along with women posing on 'their' Harley's.

And the average wage is about 50 K in the US.

Horses and Harleys are EXPENSIVE. I know from experience.

And these women usually post they make well above the national income amount in this time of a very serious recession.



But I agree, what IS it with the horses and Harleys. Are the horses sort of a symbol for what they want in a man?

And are the harley's supposed to show she has a wild side or a lot of money or both?

It IS getting tiresome-all the BS .

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/11/19 09:26PM
By: Anonymous

Just a general comment here. I recently signed up for three "Free" sites on the basis that if you want my money, you should at least provide some sort of example of what to expect before I pay. Simply receiving emails telling me that people are "checking me out" or someone "viewed my profile" doesn't mean anything to me unless I can see their picture and read their full profile. I would never subscribe just because there may be a match.

I joined the free version of eHarmony first and instantly realized that it was pointless. To really make use of the site, I would need to "pony" up (no pun intended) $230 or what ever it is for a year. Sure you could pay for a month cheaper, but let's face it, you will need to be on there more than a month to get any results.

I haven't subscribed, but I still receive emails from them telling me all about these girls that are interested. My friend then told me about Plentyoffish and Mingle2. For free you get to upload and view pictures and send and receive emails. I've only been on these sites two days and have received emails from about 4 or 5 women in my general location matching my profile. As far as I can tell they seem ligit and there's been no soliciting from the site to pay for anything. Actually, I'm pretty excited about how things are progressing.

There seem to be quite a few legit free sites out there. Actually I came here to see if I could find good reviews of more of them. It's all about numbers. Throw enough at the wall and something will stick

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2008/12/04 07:38AM
By: Anonymous

Well, I've been a member of Plentymorefish now for a month and have to say my experience isn't the same as Nifty. I notice that there seem to be 2 completely different platforms for the UK service and the International service, so I'm not sure which one Nifty joined. I can only speak for the UK site, but it's alright. The girls and pics seem genuine as do the messages. I've had 2 local dates and they were both okay, though I doubt either will lead to anything. Tried the naughty site too. Much better than most i've seen. Although there are some girls on there obviously looking for business, if you know what I mean, there are loads that come across as genuinely looking for a NSA relationships, one nighters I call em. I'm off to try another site for now, but I'm pretty sure I'll give this site another month at some point.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/04/18 10:22AM
By: Anonymous

Hi,
One BIG thing I don't get about PMF, is that you cannot hide your profile like on almost every other site (POF, Match, FRD etc). I know that when I've met someone and I want to give the relationship a chance I would like to hide the profile so they can see I'm focused on them, not the 'next' girl. If it works out then i'll leave the dating site.

If you want to take your profile off PMF, you have to phone them and COMPLETELY delete your account then set it all up again if things dont work out!! Bizarre!

I've been on PMF since september 08... gotta say I did meet a girl from Birmingham and we hit it off right away, but after after a few months the distance caught up with us (I'm in N.Ireland) and I have had all the usual fake ones from Nigerians The horsey girls mentioned do exist, those I met were really nice girls, but had no other topic of conversation other than horses and sadly the only thing with horses in it i know about is BHP.


Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/07/28 07:58AM
By: Anonymous

Hi Again, My final review of PMF...

I met someone through it 3 months ago and thats going great Smile, so there are genuine people on there, BUT, when I don't log in for a while or my subscription is near due I find I always get emails and winks from impossibly beautiful women, even though I have deleted all my photos and text, leaving only the Q+A stuff about age and income etc..

When you check the profile of these contacts they usually have loads of pictures and gifts from men, so I would be fairly certain they are fake or at least 'helping' the site retain customers. I've emailed a few out of curiosity and none have ever replied.

Good:
I met someone so can't complain.

Bad:
Hard toto cancel, no 'unsubscribe' feature anywhere on the site.
No way to hide your profile.
Fake emails to keep your subscription going?

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/08/04 09:57PM
By: Janak

I did a review of these guys recently. My number one complaint is with their layout/design; it's freaking horrible. Like "stab out your own eyes" horrible.


Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/10/15 08:12AM
By: Anonymous

I signed up on Plenty More Fish. I received messages from people but because it is a paid dating site, it didn't last long and they just disappeared.
What's more, the messages I received were from very, very desirable women. It seemed too good to be true and I am sure all of these were made up by the site to extract money from innocent naive people like me.
Therefore, I urge all readers of this to not pay for this dating site. It will enrage you like it has enraged me.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/12/07 02:15AM
By: Anonymous

My experience echos that of Nifty and Megafugly, the whole thing seems to be Honeytrap and a scam. I wouldn't recommend this site - you'd get better value from a fruit machine. The site lacks features, as others have said, and is hard to navigate. I feel cheated.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2009/12/17 07:04AM
By: Anonymous

Hi, I signed up to plenty more naughty fish and within an hour had 8 winks. When I checked the profiles, each had a personal email address. When I contacted the members via their personal emails, each replied with explicit photos and asking for age verification before meeting up. To verify your age they sent a link which requires your credit card details.
I reported the profiles to plenty more naughty fish who blocked the profile but only for it to be reactivated the following day and i received emails from them again.
I then did a search for females under 25 without pictures and found majority were of similar format with personal emails in their profile text. Some girls had about 10 profiles which were exactly the same. I got bored after this and decided to give it a miss.
My advice to anyone is, you might as well throw your money down drain then get conned.

Re: Plenty More Naghty Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/01/03 08:54PM
By: Anonymous

I've been a full member now for 6 weeks and have had a regular crop of winks from 23 year old women who immediately delete there profiles and several 'template' memos, which simply don't ring true, from British women who look like American Mature porn models.

Please don't give your money to this RIP OFF site!!!

WELL SAID ABOUT HORSES AND HARLEYS

Posted on: 2010/01/06 07:35PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: firebird

Quote by: Anonymous

Hmm, interesting to see the comments about the main plentymorefish site. I signed up for a month after getting a couple of messages and though why not! - As the girls who messaged me weren't drop dead gorgeous and seemed more believable (with photos in various locations).

But after swapping a few messages with a couple of them I noticed a few patterns forming. Both seemed to ignore what I was sending in my messages and just send me some random stuff about what they did at the weekend. I also noticed nearly al the messages from both girls were ending in '', which I guess is common but just seemed too much of a coincidence.

THEN, someone else contacted me, ending in the same '' and I started to get fed up. I did complain to the providers but they said there's nothing that can be done.

And, is it just me or are there loads of girls on there (and other sites I've tried out) that own horses!?!? Just seems a bit too unlikely!

Ah well, lesson learnt!



Regarding the horse issue, this seems to be common on dating sites along with women posing on 'their' Harley's.

And the average wage is about 50 K in the US.

Horses and Harleys are EXPENSIVE. I know from experience.

And these women usually post they make well above the national income amount in this time of a very serious recession.



But I agree, what IS it with the horses and Harleys. Are the horses sort of a symbol for what they want in a man?

And are the harley's supposed to show she has a wild side or a lot of money or both?

It IS getting tiresome-all the BS .



I make about the national average and I can't afford a harley now. When i last rode bides, a harley retailed for about 4K for a Sportster. It was a stripper model and their was a long waiting list but at least it was a HOG.

Now people laugh at yo if you buy the cheap Sportster and only show respect if yo ride a 25 K Harley toy.

As for Horses, I know someone that makes less than 100 K and had FIVE RACE horses. She could barely afford to fee them and sold all but two. And shoudl sell them becuase none of the horses ever raced and just went to waste.

Horse are EXPENSIVE. And this person is dying in Credit card debt to boot with horses a main factor.


Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/01/06 07:39PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Tom

I signed up on Plenty More Fish. I received messages from people but because it is a paid dating site, it didn't last long and they just disappeared.
What's more, the messages I received were from very, very desirable women. It seemed too good to be true and I am sure all of these were made up by the site to extract money from innocent naive people like me.
Therefore, I urge all readers of this to not pay for this dating site. It will enrage you like it has enraged me.



Tom you are full of Shte


POF is completely free thought the site DOEs suck and I personally hate MArkus Fink the owner.

As for getting e mails from gorgeous women, you would NOT be talking about pof unless you are trying to lure people TO that site. Not doing that are you, Tom?

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/01/07 01:01AM
By: Anonymous

This site is an absolute scam.

I paid to join the naughty pond.

I am now convinced that all the 'contacts' I have received have been generated by software. One 'woman' keeps sending me outrageous, salacious proposals but never esponds to my questions about such things as "Did you have a good Christmas".

Don't be conned! - Save your money! ! - It's a rip-off!!!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/01/16 08:14AM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: firebird

Quote by: Tom

I signed up on Plenty More Fish. I received messages from people but because it is a paid dating site, it didn't last long and they just disappeared.
What's more, the messages I received were from very, very desirable women. It seemed too good to be true and I am sure all of these were made up by the site to extract money from innocent naive people like me.
Therefore, I urge all readers of this to not pay for this dating site. It will enrage you like it has enraged me.



Tom you are full of Shte


POF is completely free thought the site DOEs suck and I personally hate MArkus Fink the owner.

As for getting e mails from gorgeous women, you would NOT be talking about pof unless you are trying to lure people TO that site. Not doing that are you, Tom?



This thread is about Plenty More Fish: http://app.plentymorenaughtyfish.com/

Men have to pay to contact Women. My experience, other posts describe, is that all of winks and messages from women men get are computer generated fakes from phoney profiles designed to cheat you out of your money.

Plenty OF FIsh: http://www.plentyoffish.com/ seems to be a completely different site.

I think you are far better off hating POF for free than paying to hate PMF - at least you won't feel like an idiot!




Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/07/03 09:42AM
By: Anonymous

DO NOT USE PLENTY MORE FISH YOU WILL HAVE YOUR DEBIT CARD CLONED!
there arent even any genuine members on plenty more fish so your just wasting your money, any member that gets in contact with you will actually be fake and be someone that works for plentymorefish.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/07/11 05:46PM
By: Anonymous

Lee, just read your post say women on POF all fake. Well I have to say that goes for the men to. I have been a member on there for a few months. I have had a coupld of decent dates but nothing earth shattering. What I have had is more men interested in stringing you along and wanting cyber sex. I am perfectly genuine. so I suggest you don't tar us all with the same brush. Angry

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/07/11 08:15PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Mel

Lee, just read your post say women on POF all fake. Well I have to say that goes for the men to. I have been a member on there for a few months. I have had a coupld of decent dates but nothing earth shattering. What I have had is more men interested in stringing you along and wanting cyber sex. I am perfectly genuine. so I suggest you don't tar us all with the same brush. Angry


He's on about plenty MORE fish not plenty of fish Rolling Eyes

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/11/24 07:11PM
By: Anonymous

SCAM AND CONS!!!



I joined this online dating agency about 5 months ago. I paid for a 3 month membership which I got charged.

I then only a week later deleted my profile from this site and cut my losses for the initial 3 month payment.

Then 3 months later they charged me again (Automatic renewal) for a profile I do not even have. I couldn't even login to change account settings as the account no longer existed.

I tried contacting them using the email address given (the only mode of contact given). I got a failure message saying the email didn't exist.

I duly contacted my bank and asked for their assistance and they got me my money back. I also canceled any future direct debits scheduled to go this party.

Now this third party has contacted me via debt collectors looking for almost TWICE the refunded charge, giving me 7 days to pay or face legal action.

- Note: No communication given that my profile was about to expire and automatically renew. No Communication since the first email confirming they had received my joining payment in July.

God help them if the guy who runs this tries to contact me.


PlentyMoreFish (PlentyMoreNaughtyFish) are scammers

Posted on: 2010/12/19 12:56PM
By: Anonymous

I made the mistake of signing up to PlentyMoreNaughtlyFish and like others have reported here.

I got a strange set of emails, within the first week of joining. Almost always one new email per day - from women - with strange subject lines that no woman would have constructed who really was trying to attract attention, and from locations half the country away from me.
When I went to reply to these emails, within a day, I find the "sender's" account was already cancelled - which is impressive since you have to speak to PlentyMoreFish in office hours on weekdays only to cancel! What was even more impressive was that when I went to check my account, I find that in the week that I've been joined up, no one had looked at my profile! So pretty impressive that these women wanted me, and had sent me an email eh?

I was gullible - these guys are scammers and I am fighting to get my money back.

Also: I agree with a comment above: t

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2010/12/20 04:25PM
By: Anonymous

Make sure you always define the title of the website you are talking about - it is hard to follow threads when writers don't include the name of the site they are talking about.

Also, it seems the UK has a scam site called PlentyMOREfish while the US has a good site called PlentyOFfish, so don't confuse the two.

The forum administrators should add a field where the writer specifies the complete url of a website they are talking about, to prevent confusion.
vj

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/01/11 09:07PM
By: Anonymous

F**k... what am I doing wrong. I’ve been on PMNF for 3 weeks now and only had 1 message from a BIG woman older than me(I want slim or average)...it made me laugh & I’m in my 40s . Plenty of what seems like genuine local women wanting nsa fun but they never reply. I’m a reasonably good looking guy with my own accommodation, what are they waiting for, a sugar daddy??
As for the ‘AUTOMATIC RENEWAL OF YOUR ACCOUNT’ this is the answer to it. ---From the PMNF site---{If you wish to cancel your subscription, please call our customer care team on our freephone telephone number at least 72 hours before your renewal date. Please find cancellation details by clicking on "Contact us". Call us free on: 0800 987 5888Please call at least 72 hours before your renewal date. Calls from a landline should be free, but there may be additional charges if you use a mobile phone.}

Will report back as soon as I get laid or at worst when my subscription runs out.. let’s see what happens first!!

Al Rolling Eyes

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/01/29 04:31PM
By: Anonymous

Have just found my credit card been debited with £64.95 on auto renew which I hadnt realised was there.
Plentymorefish didnt email to remind me or tell me they had taken money.
Credit card company dont want to know. Any ideas how I can get my money back please???

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/02/02 05:27PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Polly

Have just found my credit card been debited with £64.95 on auto renew which I hadnt realised was there.
Plentymorefish didnt email to remind me or tell me they had taken money.
Credit card company dont want to know. Any ideas how I can get my money back please???



Do not call your credit card supplier to complain. Your credit card company is usually required (depending on country) to dishonour/suspend any payments which you query IN WRITING. If you do not receive a satisfactory response within 10 business days, send copies of all your written correspondence to your ombudsman or equivalent thereof, then cancel your account and change over to a competitor. Keep escalating using peaceful & lawful methods until someone official contacts you to keep you as a customer. Demand at a minimum that you receive your money back as all payments must be opt-in, not opt-out.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/03/06 07:04AM
By: Anonymous

Geek This site is a con. Full of pretensions stuck-up women and also lots of fake profiles. Stick to going to clubs, pubs and parties.
Remember.......You can request to cancel your subscription at any time by calling the Customer Subscriptions Line on 0800 987 5888 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Call them free on: 0800 987 5888
Please call at least 72 hours before your renewal date.
Calls from a landline should be free, but there may be additional charges if you use a mobile phone. Please check with your mobile phone provider.

Rolling Eyes Exclamation Exclamation

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/04/06 03:45PM
By: Anonymous

Steer clear of these buffoons. Firstly they rejected my photo (nothing wrong with it!). Then they stole £10 from my bank account and, when i complained, said "we don't give refunds, read the small print". Mind you I made damn sure I did get it back but it wasn't easy. And finally they refused to post a message because I mentioned that I was nearing the end of my membership. Apparently "we don't allow discussions about membership". All this and I never got to speak to anyone nearer than 130 miles away. Definitely a drowning pool.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/05/16 09:59PM
By: Anonymous

Loads of pretty girls, I have pic on there and not one reply afer contacting literally hundreds of women. Something seems fishy. I get gut feeling this site is a big scam. I feel like I just had facetransplant ffs. What the hell do this women want???

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/06/11 07:27AM
By: Anonymous

The site is totally fraudulent.

I signed up stupidly and now have over 100 emails in my inbox - most of which are obviously generated fraudulently by the site.

How do I know?

1. Most of them are 2 or 3 word subject lines - they shout of being written by someone desparately trying to think of something new to say, who's written too many. Examples: "Hi there", or "Just joined", or "Wanted nsa fun". There's no variety - these phrases are all similar. There's no hint of thoughtfulness or nervousness about them - not a single subject line of 4 words or more.
2. I've recieved MANY messages from people supposedly online within the last day, yet when the profile is opened it says the member is no longer active
3. MANY of the subject lines are IDENTICAL when send by supposedly different people within the same 5 minute period. They definitely are generating fake profiles either via a bored human or via a spam robot with a bad algorithm.

Don't touch this site.

What else is STUPID about this site?
1. They regularly send your login name and password in plain text, in a single email to you, without being asked to, in every alert email
2. They're Contact Us link takes me (this is a Saturday) to a page saying "Support not currently available"..."Our Customer Care Team are here to help Monday-Friday 9-5pm"
3. But the Contact Us page doesn't have a Telephone number for the support team for the week
4. The Contact Us page doesn't have an email address
5. If it's not Fraudulent (and it IS), then why would the site designer thinks it's helpful to display the photos and profiles in hotlists of people who have already become inactive ?

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/07/17 07:30PM
By: Anonymous

Yes, I concur with several of the others talking about Plenty More Naughty Fish.

I've received numerous messages with the same subject title. Common ones are:

hi
hello
Aloha
First Time
Newbie
New to site
Just Joined .......
Dropping you a line...........

But in some cases I think that the *profile* is genuine but the company has sent out a generic message without the female member's knowledge to encourage guys to pay for a subscription. Certainly lots of them haven't read the profile and mine and theirs don't match.

Top Tip is to filter so that you don't see messages from the wromg age group, or from someone to far away, or from inactive members. That way you save wasting time looking outside of your interest.

Funny thing is the number of older women (45+) who say that they are into anal! Methinks perhaps they're not paying sufficient attention to the boxes they're ticking!

I'm thinking of paying for a month by postal order and seeing how many people are genuine.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/07/27 03:23AM
By: Anonymous

AVOID PLENTY MORE FISH LIKE THE PLAGUE: A STUDY OF THEIR THIEVING METHODS;
how sites like Plenty More Fish are allowed to trade is beyond me! They are nothing more than daylight robbery.
Their ways of ripping you off are a bit more sophisticated then then they once were. I mean they still do bombard a non- signed up user with loads of 18-25 year old girls who unimaginetively always say the same set thing - and really how naive do these people think we are - how many 18 -25 years old girls want no strings attached with older men. Being kind maybe some are prostitutes but most are obviously bots put into circulation by the people who run this.
Its not all so obvious though and now however they're cleverer and send you women from 35-early 50s (if youre in your 30s or 40s yourself) who actually send you replies in real time but skimming beneath the surface you realise that they're very non-commital replies with nothing really given away and often still giving the crap about "I'm new to this" some however of both the young and old women will soon be revealed as people who have not been active for months - if that is not blatant fraud on the part of "Plenty More Fish" what is and why arent they thieves prosecuted and shut down.
I doubt they're more than a handful of genuine females on here.
Strangely enough the day you sign up you'll be receiving posts left right and centre and even a few in the couple of hours after youve joined but come on the next day and suddenly all those women will have disappeared and you'll be lucky to receive anything else.
I'm not a bad looking bloke, intelligent can write decent replies/profile and that's happened to me (it hasn't happened on the slightly more respectable sites) SO PLEASE DONT GIVE THESE RIPOFF MERCHANTS ANYMORE MONEY AND LETS SOMEHOW GET THEM CLOSED DOWN.
ps At least I only signed up for a month!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2011/10/11 11:40AM
By: Anonymous

I am a single mum who, after a long time single, decided to look for love on the Internet.

As money is tight I subscribed, or so I thought, for only 1 month on the Plenty More Fish website as you have the option of paying for 1 month, 3 months etc. I had the same disastrous results as all the other people listed on here; very desirable men in the beginning to entice me to join then nothing once I had subscribed.

After the month had elapsed I decided to just accept the experience, learn from it and move on. However, I was shocked to see on my bank statements that they had continued to bill me for a further 2 months!!!

I contacted them by phone (Global Personals 01753 271286) and was told that I had subscribed to a 30 days renewal package and they would continue to bill me on a 30 day basis unless I advised them I wanted to cancel my subscription!!! Although I tried to explain that had I had the money for a 3 month subscription I would have opted for that but was then told had I opted for a 3 month subscription I would be billed every 3 months!!

I, too, feel this is a scam and intend to write and complain and also to Trading Standards and anyone else I can think of....I don't like being ripped off.

I will also advise anyone I know who is contemplating joining the PMF website......STAY AWAY!!!

Any complaints should be addressed to Global Personals Ltd, Minton Place, Victoria Street, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1EG.

Girls Date For Free and Plenty of Fish are both very good and FREE to join, send messages etc.




Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/03/27 09:57AM
By: Anonymous

Plenty More Naughty Fish has to be the worse adult dating site I have come across. The website should be banned for its outright rip off claims.

Firstly for the price you pay (something like £30) you dont get any features like chat rooms... their is a blog spot which is pretty ordinary.

In the month and a bit i was on I had 2 genuine replies to emails - the rest (over 200) were fakes.... well actually some of them are not as one person wrote to me and when i looked at their website they make it clear they dont want to meet a coloured person.... so i ask then why send me a message to which i get a reply to say that when you sign up you fill in a part of the form which is then sent to all members.

I wrote a couple of blog posts slagging the website off and they were flagged up as not acceptable (obviously as they were critical of the website)

I paid for add ons... add ons which didnt work and they would not refund the money!

You have to call a call center to unsubscribe AND ONLY 3 DAYS BEFORE THE LAST DAY OF SUBSCRIPTION - thankfully they have me an extra 2 weeks.

In all i would recommend that people avoid this site like the plague (or should i say like someone with STD's)


Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/05/05 12:53PM
By: Anonymous

Don't go anywhere near "Plenty More Fish". By far and away the worst website I have ever encountered (dating ot otherwise)...........takes an age to log on and refresh pages and I'm sick and tired of having to re-input my email address because the website thinks "there is an error with your email address" - absolute bo**ocks, the website is so flaky and unstable that it can't cope!!!

On top of the environmental problems the people on there are astonishing...I'd suggest it is the "workingmens club" of dating sites. If you're looking for overweight, tattooed individuals who smoke then fill your boots. If that's all the UK has to offer then you are better off staying single!!

And if you like really annoying emails then their 'Icebreaker' feature is genius. It's a desperate scattergun message which appears to go to everyone so you've got absolutely no idea if the sender was intending it for you or not.

Also loads of scammers on there. Shocking spelling and an ability to murder the English language in their profile description mean they stand out like a beacon.....great fun to play with them sometimes as long as you don't give them any real information about yourself.

So in summary it's an appalling site so DON'T GO THERE....you have been warned.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/05/26 09:52AM
By: Anonymous

Oh my god is this site a pile of doggy doo doo!
Apart from the rubbish layout and automated messages the worst part is trying to unsubscribe to the bloody thing!
I used the site message system at the beginning of April to ask for my repeat billing to be cancelled and got a 'we will deal with this as soon as we can' .
Never heard a word so tried three more times with the same results.
Then sent a proper email to Afiliate dating and thought no more about it.
Just noticed the crooks have taken two more monthly payments from my account so i have sent two more messages or their 'Customer service' thing plus two emails.

Have I heard a peep? Course not! I have seen on here a number that I can call so will try that on Monday.
If that doesn't work I suppose it means cancelling my debit card and that would be a pain in the bum!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/06/15 03:10AM
By: Anonymous

Waste of money Angry , I was tempted by the '2 day free trial' that they offered, problem is you have to enter your credit card details (I didn't realise it was not https as other reviewer pointed out otherwise would never have done so). So I signed up and then when I checked out the cancellation details it says you have to allow at least 3 days for an account to be cancelled. That hardly makes the trial 'free' then.
This is going to make me sound desperate but I sent off about 30 messages in the first few days and didn't get any replies and I'm a decent looking bloke and wasn't sending pictures of my nob or anything like that! I did have one genuine sounding woman get in touch but then she just disappeared. The fact is men outnumber women on this site by hundreds to one. One profile I read from a woman who had only been a member for an hour said she had over a 100 emails she was trying to sort through.
Also don't be lulled into the subscribing just because you are reciving notification emails like 'you have a new private message' nearly all the time these are from women who have sent out a mass generic email to lots of guys or basically prostitutes using it for business.
Finally the customer service is very poor, a week before my next months payment was due to come off my credit card I rang them to cancel. The guy I spoke to rattled off something about my account having 2 weeks free on it and I would have to ring up nearer the time, I did not want to do this because was worried I would just forget so told him that I had a right to cancel it now. He said if I did that he would delete my profile. Not having the energy to argue. I said ok and then he just hung the phone up on me!! Surely if I have paid for a months subscription I have a legal right to see it through to the end. Telling me that I had to call closer to the expiry date just seems a cynical ploy to get people to forget they have a subscription and then keep paying. I didn't trust them one bit so rang up my credit card company and put a block on them.

Re: Plenty More Fish your reviews and experiences

Posted on: 2012/06/16 10:06AM
By: Anonymous

Thanks for all the advice. Nearly got suckered into this but thought I would have a quick check on some forums. Thank f##k I did. Cool

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/07/06 06:40PM
By: Anonymous

Ditto Joe... dodged that bullet myself thanks to all these reviews, i've found many dating websites like this tho, stick to the pubs is my advice!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2012/09/27 11:38AM
By: Anonymous

Plenty more fish !! Omg do not sign up , I tried for a month , messaging , winking , sending pics etc , and my conclusion is that there are some real people on there but the vast majority are employees of the site that operate all the contacts . there are so many things that add up to a complete scam , I wish I could expose it some way but I haven't the time or inclination .

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/02/13 04:22AM
By: Anonymous

By way of reply to some of these comments.

Those who believe the site looks rubbish - We are an extremely successful online dating business. Maybe our looks aren't to your liking, but then that's subjective and I'm guessing that some of you wouldn't appear as oil paintings to my eyes. We post many success stories on our blog if readers of the diatribe on this site would care to go find them, just for balance.

Those who claim the profiles are fake - They aren't. That's not how we roll. Simple as that. Believe it, or don't. And if you chose not to believe it, then please go to another dating site rather than writing speculation and conjecture about our business practices. Please, go somewhere else, we really don't want you in our database.

To those who claim they have had difficulty un-subscribing - All you need to be able to do to un-subscribe is to click on a button and re-enter your password. For those who have difficulty with this, we provide a freephone 0800 number for you to call and speak to our fantastic customer services team. What more are we expected to do? I genuinely believe, and this is a personal observation, that some people are too stupid to own a computer, so It's a really good thing that I don't work with our amazing team in customer services.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/03/01 08:03PM
By: Anonymous

Plenty More Fish have been getting very defensive in the last post. I'd like to give a balanced view based on my own experiences.

Lots of people are frustrated with the similar messages that look like they might be fake on this site, and with the lack of replies. Having used it for a while, I think I can see what's happening.

You get lots of pop-ups asking you to send an "icebreaker." This is a general message that goes out to everyone in your search. If you are quite specific in your search it seems to only go to people, say nearby and with similar interests and age range to you. If you don't specify, it could go to 1000s of people all over the country. So most of the messages you get are generic and irrelevant, from people who haven't looked at your profile. If you don't realise what's happening they look like fake profiles.

This has a negative effect on replies - if you get an email saying you've got a private message, you start to assume it wasn't really personal and ignore it.

And the other reason no-one seems to reply is that anyone who is not a paid up member is unable to read messages or reply to them, but they can put up a full profile and photo. There's no way of knowing whether the person you are messaging is a member or not. They are not the only website to do this, it's a problem on Match.com too.

Because I think it's rude not to reply to (genuinely) personal messages, I decided to put up a short profile explaining that I wasn't a member, so I couldn't read messages, after all I don't want people thinking I am ignorant. This was rejected because "your submission must not contain details of your membership." So honesty is not allowed if it reveals the working practices of Global Personals Ltd.

The other problem is that it says how long ago members were on site. A month ago seems to mean "at least a month ago" which could actually mean any time since the site was launched. So lots of the supposed members are long inactive.

Another dodgy practice is that when I joined one of the sister sites of Global Personals Ltd, my (empty) profile was put on here too, again making it look like there are more members than there are. They do say this in the terms and conditions, but they say ALL data may be available via different websites, whereas they just use an empty profile, so you get emails saying you've got "private messages", then ask you to pay again on the sister site to read them.

So all in all it's not very well designed for getting in touch with the people you really like, but it is good at giving an initial impression that it's a busy site with lots happening. So good at getting people to sign up and making money, but not good at delivering a service.

There are genuine, active members who have paid the fee and can therefore do more than just search profiles, and I've met a couple of nice people, but it takes a lot of sifting to find them. I believe the success stories, it's just that a lot of people get ripped off along the way because the site is pretending to be more than it is. My impression is that it's less than 10% of the apparent members are actively communicating.

All in all it's not surprising that there is a high level of frustration and dissatisfaction.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/03/09 11:05AM
By: Anonymous

Total rip off! so many messages that are just the beginning of someones profile and not actually sent to you, even had ones which said inactive member so how did they send me a message???
The messages are from people who have never looked at my profile and I get many daily to the point that I don't bother reading them any more!
I also got sucked in to the 3 day "free" trial and tried to cancel 24 hours before it was up, only to realise that I should have done it as soon as i signed up!! So I stopped my bank card to prevent them from taking the money which I could ill afford, only to be billed days later when I put the card back on, they refused to refund! DO NOT USE THIS SITE!!!!!!!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/10/09 12:31AM
By: Anonymous

I to have also experienced a very limited response to PMF .......it has cost me £90 to sign up for 6 months and quite frankly it has got to be the biggest waste of money I've ever spent....
I would not say I'm Brad Pit but I'm am no Elephant Man. I've tried to strike up conversation with several ladies over the last couple of months and have only had one acknowledgement and that was right at the beginning of my membership.
I get sent "messages" from out side of the filter parameters on my settings ... sorry Jenny 75 from Wick .... Jon 41 from Sussex may not be a good match.
The actual interface of the website seems to be very limited and slow.
I could go on.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/10/13 01:20PM
By: Anonymous

Rolling Eyes Signed up for this site and after no matches within 50 miles of my location, I canceled my "subscription", but they kept my profile up as a active member. And I cannot get in to delete it. I occasionally get emails (winks), but I can't answer or stop them.
Lots of disconnect. I wish I could find someplace to find like minded people to enjoy life with - in the early 50s range) without all the hassle of an interview. And let the relationship just happen.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/11/10 11:25AM
By: Anonymous

Who on earth came up with this name -

Fish is a slang term for a lesbian/woman in gay circles - sounds like a lesbian dating site to me....

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/11/27 07:22AM
By: Anonymous

With regard to plenty more fish “naughty” site. This site is so similar to a scam sex contact site that it even shares the same female member images, as well as the random contact messages from members on the other side of the country. This is without doubt a scam!!!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/11/27 08:20AM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

With regard to plenty more fish “naughty” site. This site is so similar to a scam sex contact site that it even shares the same female member images, as well as the random contact messages from members on the other side of the country. This is without doubt a scam!!!

as a woman that was a member of plenty more naughty fish I can tell all you's men that you could join anyone of hundreds disgustingly named sites and see the same profiles with just a different heading as a genuine profile I received thousands of messages and as I had read the T+Cs and Customer Charter that does say your profile may be viewed from members using associated websites the utter most care is taken to ensure your profile is not used on an inappropriate website.
I found out on Friday 22/11/2013 the names of at least 200 inappropriate such sites that my profile was visible on and promptly cancelled on the Monday as ( find local slags , Granny Slappers , and Zoo No Strings being the only 3 that do not contain foul language so offensive that in my view is not suitable for print

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/12/07 10:13AM
By: Anonymous


Talked to some nice girls but sites full of deleted people , people send messages then usually deactivate? its not the best site now ive done my research for £29 per month there are far better more genuine sites .This sites had its day.For gods sake dont go on plenty more naughty fish had lots of gay guys posing as women

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2013/12/25 02:00PM
By: Anonymous

My experience of Plentymorefish does not exactly come up to my expectations. I became a paid up member for one month after curiosity kicked in with some of the alleged members messages I received. I did negotiate a 25% discount when I said the site was not worth the £30 for a month.
It has been a complete waste of money.
!. Although I am a paid up member recipients still can't read my messages unless they are also paid up members.
2. The alleged ''private messages'' I keep receiving are never addressed to me by name and cover every age and location not requested. Also a lot of ''members'' seem to send messages throughout the night, don't they ever sleep?
3. When I see a member is online I get the opportunity to ''chat now'' this has never happened as I cannot enter any text, presumably because the other member has not paid.
4. To date I have had only one reply from a paid up member, although I am not an Adonis I am not ugly and going by other sites such as ''Twoo'' where I have had many contacts answer me this Plentymorefish site is a complete waste of money and show no concern for peoples happiness purely making money.
5. my profile keeps being edited when I make any mention of the operating tactics of this site.
There are other sites which offer a far superior service at a far lower price or free. Twoo is free to message and receive replies with the option to upgrade.
PLENTYMOREFISH SUCKS BIG TIME !!!!!!!!!!!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/02/07 03:35PM
By: Anonymous

I have to agree .... this site is rubbish. Like the above, I paid a 1 month membership out of curiosity.

I had no intention of actually joining permanently, however once you sign up ... they keep taking the money regardless. I am currently trying to cancel and get my money refunded for the second month they have taken money for ... the email responses I keep receiving are a joke ... purely templates that keep repeating you have to call them between 9 and 5, Mon to Fri ... what age are they living in? Who has the time to call between those hours these days?

So mad ... but I won't give up. This site needs to be taken down as it has no interest in assisting people to find a relationship .... it only cares about the money it can make.

DO NOT JOIN IN ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/02/14 05:01AM
By: Anonymous

This is a con .This is the worst site . NO replies, all fictitious messages and when you cancel they lie and give you free two weeks but actually they send a confirmation message (which I just binned as I was disgusted with the company) saying if you don't cancel within 2 weeks they carry on taking your money. When you complain they say tough. Do not join this site it is a con

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/04/05 04:46PM
By: Anonymous

Agree with comments, I'm not a bad looking guy but got hardly any replies from girls I had sent messages too.
Out of interest one night I changed my profile to make it look like I was a rich jet setter with an amazing lifestyle, I winked at about 100 women.....still no replies.
Although it has many members the majority have not been on the site for months and as for the chat now facility....it don't work.
When phoning to cancel some stroppy female was most abrupt and didn't have the courtesy to say goodbye.
Site is years out of date, avoid at all costs.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/04/21 04:01AM
By: Slowalchemy

Same comments from me, typically each morning I would see winks and favourites from deactivated members who had posted in the middle of the night.

An irritating feature seemed to be getting general messagues sent to multiple members that had no relevance to me, messages looking for a lesbian relationship for instance, or I was out of their age limits or lived too far.

Winks and favourites would come from people who had deactivated within a minute of sending. Surely this must be the site operators work?

Only ever one reply from a woman who had clearly read my profile, didnt go anywhere. Lots of replies which I'm guessing were general but probaboy system generated from women way younger than me. Some scam messages directing me onto another site.

Frankly useless.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/04/21 04:06AM
By: Slowalchemy

I should also say they make it difficult to leave, freephone number in working hours only, you ring to cancel, they extend your membership for two weeks, but you then have to ring again waiting at least a day to confirm the cancellation. This for a 'discreet dating' site where you dont want to mess around. Stick to somewhere where you can cancel on line and doesnt auto renew.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/05/01 08:33AM
By: Anonymous

Avoid this site - I cancelled my membership and they have continued to bill my credit card for more payments. The only way to stop them is to cancel your credit card - something I have done. They really are a bunch of crooks.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/05/06 04:56PM
By: Anonymous

POF is a rip -off.
The worst part is that once you are enrolled, they won't let you out.
You can 'hide' your profile, but you can never un-enroll.
Rip Off.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/05/18 04:01AM
By: Anonymous

** AVOID POF ** I joined Plentymorefish.com, used it for 2 weeks and realised the site is full of wierdos and false profiles. I immediately called the website support line and cancelled my membership. I was told at the end of the membership period the account would be deactivated. Guess what, it wasn't and I was billed for another 3 months. I phoned repeatedly and eventually someone told me that they had the voice recording of my phone conversation and that I had not asked for my membership to be cancelled. So I asked them to send me the recording but they refused saying that it was technically not possible. Plentyoffish are criminals - really, avoid them.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experience

Posted on: 2014/06/03 05:23PM
By: Anonymous

Plenty more silver fish is excellent, I love it and I am addicted, I have loads of interactions and dates in last month.... and they have been lovelyyyyyyyyy

However Plenty more naughty fish s soooo feckin odd, and frustrating and seemingly 90% scammish - I am getting loads of winks and favourites without profile being viewed, loads of messages desperately wanting me to contact them on their own email etc - I'm sorry I joined this one.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/06/15 04:32AM
By: Anonymous

Yep, they thieved my money too - charged my card when my membership had been cancelled and have since refused to refund the money.

So in revenge, I have been clicking on their google ads each day for the past 2 months - I know - it's petty but at least they have paid for the money they have thieved from me 10 times over.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/06/19 02:03AM
By: Anonymous

I signed up to Plenty More Fish dating website a month ago and within a few days realised it is full of false profiles and strange men. Think I wasted my money. I have cancelled my membership but of course they have my credit card details so I'm praying they won't keep billing me (as reported by others). Fairly dreadful experience - my recommendation is to use a decent company instead.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2014/08/18 03:25PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

Lee, just read your post say women on POF all fake. Well I have to say that goes for the men to. I have been a member on there for a few months. I have had a coupld of decent dates but nothing earth shattering. What I have had is more men interested in stringing you along and wanting cyber sex. I am perfectly genuine. so I suggest you don't tar us all with the same brush. Angry



Its not POF its Plenty MORE Fish! POF is free and genuine Plenty MORE Fish is NOT genuine

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/02/03 11:33AM
By: Anonymous

I threatened POF head office in Edinburgh with the small claims court and they returned my money. Suggest you all do like wise.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/04/28 12:46PM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

Interesting comments from Nifty.

I signed up for the "standard" plentymorefish.com site and had a similar experience to you.

Several winks and five messages arrived very promptly from ladies, several of whom are I am damn certain were scammers (very strange names, no pics and from places so far away it was ridiculous).

I'm not suggesting for a minute that the actual site are involved, but it was strange that all three ladies who sent messages with pictures all described their "career" in some detail, then their domestic arrangements and very little about themselves, none of them seemed particularly "genuine".

I'm no Elephant Man, but two of the ladies were very attrractive, to be honest it would be a first if such ladies would even give me a second look. Could it be that this is some kind of "honeytrap" to get desperate single gentleman to sign up for the "premium" service? Like a sucker, I signed up for a month so that I could see what the messages I'd received said - no replies to date and quite frankly I don't expect any. I went into this with my eyes open, things make look up butI will address my concerns to the site operators.

I would appreciate other people's comments on this and I'll let you all know how things go.



I had this exact experience on 2 dating web sites. It is complete trapping tricking scam to lure you in and get your money. Received about 6 winks, 6 messages all fake, all rubbish. It even said I had contactred someone at 6.10am (when I was in bed), which started a conversation which went nowhere and might have been an automatic reply. I was low when i signed up to the first site, which made me feel better with all the replies winks and messages I recieved, but when i realised it was a scam. I would send a message and get a generic flirty response. I did this loads of times but the conversation never went anywhere because they were fake auto replies. To test it I decided to send things like *****TEST TES TEST**** if you are real send back "I AM REAL"**** I would then recieve bnack within about 5 to 10 mins later some generic flirty text, "I love to get naughty" etc. a REAL scam. I felt more depressed. I had been used, tricked to paying money. Plus I paid £2.99 as an introductory offer and they charged an extra £15 on top. I was told I could not get my money back but I told them I would not take no for an answer and they then said they could refund, and they did. Do not put up with this rubbish. Demand your refunds, do not be used. I'm not going premium on Plenty More Fish. I can't believe there is not more regulation on this!!???

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/05/10 10:33AM
By: Anonymous

This site is a total rip off and scam. I was a member for a month & in that time didn't meet one legitimate woman. I had plenty of model-type women message and wink me and then deactivate their account straight away afterwards. They also don't make it easy to cancel your subscription as you have to ring them to do so. When I finally got through to someone I was offered 2 extra free weeks in a lame effort to extend my membership. When I declined they extended my membership anyway so I had call a second time to cancel. Even then they still retain your basic membership which makes me wonder how many actual members still exist on the site - Never again!

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/08/04 08:12AM
By: Anonymous

I was a member of this site for a while. I forgot to cancel my membership but had no money in my account at the time so I just left the site. However, 3 months later I paid some money into this little used account and then they took the money out of this account and renewed my membership without me knowing. Shocking!
So basically, they constantly monitored my account for 3 months until they could see some money in it and then promptly took it out of my account.

What they are doing is pretty close to fraud in my opinion and what is worrying is how they seem to continually check your bank account. ALWAYS cancel your membership, other wise you will be swindled like I was.

You simply cannot trust this site at all.
Then theres all the Russian girls on it, false profiles from women all telling the same story about their husbands dying in a car crash and the fact that most of the women on it belong to other sites which is quite alarming , especially as these ladies do not know that their profile is also on plenty more fish.

Overall, a pretty shocking experience with no security at all.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/09/12 01:42PM
By: Anonymous

I have just signed up for one month, and have replied to messages sent to me, but none have been read by the sender.. What is going on. Sounds like a scam...

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/11/03 06:54AM
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

POF is a rip -off.
The worst part is that once you are enrolled, they won't let you out.
You can 'hide' your profile, but you can never un-enroll.
Rip Off.



This site is not POF, you're dissing the wrong site.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2015/12/19 07:43AM
By: Anonymous

I've just had my diary entry rejected because I had the nerve to mention that so many of my hits were obviously scammers when it came down to it - when I got a bit more information from them they were "temporarily" in Accra Trying to "sort out family problems" which would doubtless lead into a request for plane fares home. generally the site hives people off into separate groups - Silver and Naughty fish and I was bombarded with emails that demand even more money when I responded I just don't trust them If they were as honest as they claim I wouldn't be asked to pay yet again to see people in my own age group I felt that despite their assertions to the contrary there wasn't anything much legit about them I still feel very lucky not to have been drawn into a scam and that I've seen very little evidence to support their assertion that they are as they say a "genuine site", with concern for their customers I was rejected because I raised a concern about scammers but wish they cared enough about genuine customers to weed out the scammers in the first place so that my genuine opinion post would have been redundant Angry

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/04/05 09:51AM
By: Anonymous

This site is a little bit *censored*.They send you fake profiles that view you,wink you, match you then message you.ooo I've got a message from an attractive lady, but wait i need to upgrade to read it......DON'T .Just spend your money down the pub lads.
You might as well.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/04/22 04:39AM
By: Anonymous

I have to agree with you all , it's a complete SCAM . I have only joined for one month and already after a week I can tell . You get the same type of message sent to you and when you reply , No Answer back , even though it was them messaging you.
Oh yes lots of winks from people with a dodgy name and no picture or profile .
I even had my picture on and profile filled out and guess what , even though there are thousands of so called cheating ladies out there , I have only been viewed twice even though I have had hundreds of winks and messages , work that one out

Is there actually any adult dating site out there where you can actually get laid Big Grin

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/05/11 04:28PM
By: Anonymous

Just read reviews about plenty more silverfish. I agree with everyone who has wrote in on this forum. It's a complete rip off. You get sent a email saying you've got a message you go into it only to be told their account is inactive. Plus a lot of profiles are false. You need to cancel your subscription 10 days before it runs out to make sure they don't take any more more out of your bank account.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/07/20 12:26PM
By: Anonymous

When I first tried posting a profile pic which included my daughter it was rejected. But immediately got an email to my private email address saying he thought we were both cute. And that he got my email off the site. Which is impossible. I believe this is someone who must work there.
I co tagged the site, at the address provided on the site about this. Got told that they don't release private emails and that the staff would never do anything. I questioned how this happened then which got a few more questions about the email etc. And after about 5 emails they told me they are not associated with PLenty more fish and that they can't help me. Told me to use the address found under the 'contact us' page... Which is what I did. So damn pissed off.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/08/20 01:39PM
By: Anonymous

the plenty more naughty fish is terrible. seriously not genuine at all. i stayed on the free account and havent paid for premium. the reason i wont pay for premium is i get emails all the time from the same people every few days. same faces same messages and the site says each time they are sent ive just received a new message. this may be the settings the site has until you answer the messages. but consider this, all the members are raving nymphos. there isnt anyone who is careful or shy about what they are doing. we all enjoy fun, but, seriously, is everyone on the site so genuinely open about it? all the profiles seem so similar

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/09/07 06:35PM
By: Anonymous

Come on everyone!
These sites are all the same as they are all owned by the same conglomerate. They are blighted by scammers, Russian gangs, Eastern European thugs, and anyone else who thinks they can make money from people's shattered feelings. Stop giving them moneymoney, go out and meet a girl, chat, arrange a date, and you'll know who you are dating??? It ain't hard.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2016/09/08 01:04PM
By: Anonymous

As said a big con. No response from help mediator. Loads of messages asking for email. No response when asking questions. On the hunt for their telephone no. To give them some stick.

Re: Plenty More Fish my review and experiance

Posted on: 2017/01/10 11:20AM
By: Anonymous

they are very much like EHarmony which has exactly the same format and no results for anyone, steer clear and don't waste your time or money on this rubbish site

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