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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!!???