Subject: new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/05/18 08:15pm
By: Anonymous

I am on Yahoo personals and rcvd an email asking me to check out a new dating site, seaoflove.com, there is a website by that name but I did not sign in as I didn't know if this was just a spamming effort or what. Has anyone ever heard of this site?

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/05/18 09:02pm
By: Editor

I haven't heard anything about it myself. It doesn't look like Yahoo is part of it either.

Interesting graphics, I'll have to look at the site further when I get a chance.

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Posted on: 2004/06/10 11:57am
By: Anonymous

I too received a message from someone on Yahoo directing me to seaoflove.com.

From their current terms of service (emphasis added):

"It should be understood that from time to time Sea Of Love, may monitor your profile. This may be done many ways but not limited to a representative of Sea Of Love, using a fictional character, whom may send you one or more correspondence. If you have any questions about this practice, though very rarely used, feel free to ask for details. These measures are used to investigate reports of abused and harassment among other situations and you should also understand that these fictional correspondence are indistinguishable from real correspondences."

While the fictional correspondence referred to in the terms of service is for a good cause, it does show that they are willing to fake messages. I wonder whether the emails we received are real or shill messages.

Proceed with caution. As a rule, I never sign up (anymore) on new dating sites in response to this kind of e-mail.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/07/29 09:10pm
By: Anonymous

Horrible and ugly, come on, man o man, it looks like a kid made it.

Here try these guys www.citydate.com and www.plentyoffish.com, both free and both active for Now!! LOL.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/10/13 02:59pm
By: Anonymous

Here's the message I received on my Yahoo! Personals account:

"I'm writing this one time to tell you I don't use this account anymore. But I always check my messages over at www.seaoflove.com. They just started and they're offering free memberships. I'd love to chat with you there. It's a really nice and unique place. Lots of cool art and animation and REALLY good features. Message me there.

Kat
at Sea Of Love"

Then, I discovered SeaofLove.com has a "Webmaster Affiliate" program which probably explains why people are receiving these "friendly" emails...

http://www.seaoflove.com/affiliates/index.html

"The earning potential is endless. We have webmasters earning several thousand dollars each month just from promoting SeaOfLove.com. Webmasters continue to send us their traffic because it works! The amount you earn is up to you. The more traffic you send, the more money you will make. We supply you the tools you need to succeed. You can choose from banner ads, text ads, or email campaigns when you sign up."

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/10/15 07:40pm
By: Anonymous

a dating site based on shockwave flash animation? is this a joke?? whoever designed that site obviously has no clue.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/10/19 12:52pm
By: Anonymous

That site is a rip off. I wouldn't waste my time on it if I knew then what I know now.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/11/03 11:05am
By: Anonymous

activeattractions.com has all the functions of all the big sites and the graphics are good too, looks like a great new site, check it out Razz

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/11/05 01:03am
By: Anonymous

avoid activeattractions at all cost.

activeattractions is horrible. never join a dating site that advertises 100% free. they will most likely sell your email address to spammers and bombard you with ads on their site. also, think about why they're offering a "free" service. it's because their site is so poorly designed, that no real people would sign up. the majority of the profiles you see on there will be ones put up by employees of the company with photos of models.

Do not fall for the "100% Free" gimmick advertised by many sites today.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/11/13 12:38am
By: Anonymous

Haven't you heard about plentyoffish, they are also offering free services and I dont think it is possible to post such a huge number of fake profiles. All new sites offer free services for limited time to build member base. I think your statement was baised. I have visited the site and its not that bad though they have less number of members as compared to other site.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2004/11/28 08:02pm
By: Anonymous

There's one for reading the fine print...Seaoflove is a rip - don't waste your time or money on it.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/01/12 10:34am
By: Anonymous

Yes SEAOFLOVE is clearly a scam! I spoke to the owner today, Doug Cashmere, and he told me they dont have a webmaster program and what is " http://www.seaoflove.com/affiliates/index.html"
he told me he did not know the motive of women contacting me on Yahoo.com site asking me to contact them at Seaoflove.com. He suggested Yahoo.com was propogating this scam. It is such a lame scam. The SEAOFLOVE is such a lame site, the graphics are elementary, what is all the Hype? It is a pity that men are robbed of hard earned money in attempts of finding love. One day they will have their day! Stick to the free site. If something seems to good to be true online, it is. We all are reminded of dating women with postings without pictures and the true reality of it all! Proceed with caution!

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/01/28 04:43am
By: Anonymous

Hi,
There are so many dating sites, it's difficult to choose... I've recently come accross this one http://www.uk.amoureux.com , does anyone know if it's any good ? It says it's totally free, is it true or is it just to become a member ? Don't want to register in too many sites, so i'd like to know which ones are really free and good.
Thanks

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/02/01 12:20pm
By: Anonymous

There is a free one called http://www.Daterade.com

It's pretty good.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/02/05 12:55pm
By: Anonymous

Agreed, be cautious of "totally free" sites. There is an old saying that says, "if it's too good to be true, it probably isn't" as well as the old saying, "nothing's free"
I have purchased a website www.datingyahoo.com and it is in the beginning stages. I wonder how many daating website owners actually use their own site?
The goal of any web site is to make money. But, there should be respect for a users time as well.
with over 88,000,000 dating websites available, choosing one can be a tricky process. Walk lightly into any website.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/02/09 01:48am
By: Anonymous

I have used some of these sites. By far the best dating service out there is www.lavalife.com. The prices are cheap too. Its about $2.00 per contact on there. Rather than paying monthly. I have taken a few women out on there. There is alot of people on there too. Good Luck. I also was taken from yahoo with the seaoflove.com scam. Luckly I didn't enter my credit card to the seaoflove webpage but I did on yahoo. I cancelled the next day when I saw the spammer email from the girl or whatever he/she was. I requested my money back from yahoo but I doubt that will happen.


Derek

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Posted on: 2005/02/14 11:17pm
By: Anonymous

I received a message from someone on Yahoo Personals referring me to www.seaoflove.com. It was the exact same message, word for word, that Cali4nicator recieved in October of 2004. Except my message was from a different girl. So, I think seaoflove is probably a rip-off, though I haven't been to the site.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/02/17 09:17am
By: Anonymous

reply to : Hi,
There are so many dating sites, it's difficult to choose... I've recently come accross this one http://www.uk.amoureux.com , does anyone know if it's any good ? It says it's totally free, is it true or is it just to become a member ? Don't want to register in too many sites, so i'd like to know which ones are really free and good.
Thanks

Hi,
I was very interested to read this message as I actually work for them, there is no catch, it is really free (we earn money with advertising and a mobile dating service ), and if you don't like it you can always remove your profile.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/06/10 11:54pm
By: Anonymous

www.seaoflove.com is definently a scam site. I too received information on Yahoo to visit this site and to contact the person there. In addition, if you sign up a new profile with out a photo and bogus data, you will get some hot women sending you a message within 24 hours tempting you to pay and reply. I created two additional accounts with stupid data and got these hot chicks to send me messages without seeing any photos and my replies were demeaning. [sea of love] [seaoflove]

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/06/18 01:47pm
By: Anonymous

Evil www.Seaoflove.com got me with the same crap messaging from yahoo. ouch!

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/06/27 05:53am
By: Anonymous

hi, message me at makemyday40@hotmail.com

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/07/10 09:47pm
By: Anonymous

I have posted at the 100% free plentyoffish, as well as Match and Yahoo, and I am getting at least as good a response there as I do at the paid sites. Not as big a database, but I get more emails and dates.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/08/03 01:06pm
By: Anonymous

HI guys,
Sorry to report that I too have been taken in by seaoflove. I received the e-mail Cali4nicator received word for word. I believe there is some sort of connection between Yahoo personals and seaoflove. I am pulling my profile from both sites and would recommend everyone else to do the same and avoid these sites like the plauge. Both sites seem to be using young women in their 20's to lure guys into parting with their hard earned. Guess you know the old saying " A fool and his money... ". Again, avoid both of these sites at all cost. I have found a couple of free sites that actually seem interested in helping single people. One has alreday been mentioned here " plentyoffish.com " and the other I would recommend is " connectingsingles.com "
both are free and have interesting forums to read as well.
Older but wiser,
Koolnite

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Posted on: 2005/08/15 09:19pm
By: Anonymous

Couple of free sites I use, citydate.com and itjustcofee.com, both are free and I have been on dates from both sites. I like the Citydate site the best though, easier to get around. They are getting a bunch of new members I noticed too which is always good, they must be advertising now?

peace Cool

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Posted on: 2005/09/05 08:30am
By: Anonymous

Doug Cashmere and Seaoflove are rip offs. Clearly people should know that, not worth the money, lets get revenge!
He's got it coming to him, the site will be gone soon.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/09/08 07:17pm
By: Anonymous

THE BES NEW DATING SITE and This is a great program that has worked in helping me find a great match!!! http://www.bt2online.com/PattJames

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/09/15 10:15pm
By: Anonymous

flash on a dating site not good

try plentyoffish.com Mr. Green

or

matchinterracial.com Mr. Green

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/09/22 06:20pm
By: Anonymous

I received the sea of love spam message on my www.webdate.com account. It is exactly the same as the ones stated above. (ps- I like lavalife and webdate. Webdate is free, and the profiles I have contacted are real - unless Webdate has employees that actually meet you - lol.) Question

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Posted on: 2005/10/03 01:46pm
By: Anonymous

[QUOTE BY= blah] avoid activeattractions at all cost.

activeattractions is horrible. never join a dating site that advertises 100% free. they will most likely sell your email address to spammers and bombard you with ads on their site. also, think about why they're offering a "free" service. it's because their site is so poorly designed, that no real people would sign up. the majority of the profiles you see on there will be ones put up by employees of the company with photos of models.

Do not fall for the "100% Free" gimmick advertised by many sites today.[/QUOTE]

NOT true, at least in our case. We are 100% to the user and do not sell or spam any of our members. We are 100% free as long as you upload 2 or more pics.. We are only paid through our advertisers and we have thousands of members..
www.citydate.com

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/10/05 11:17pm
By: Anonymous

The real free site is Plentyoffish.com it has over 1 million members, none of these other "dating sites" have over 10k members.

http://www.alexa.com/data/details/traffic_details?&compare_sites=&y=t&q=&url=plentyoffish.com

Citydate and connectingsingles are pure spam. Plentyoffish gets more traffic per minute then they do per day.

http://www.alexa.com/data/details/traffic_details?&compare_sites=&y=t&q=&url=citydate.com

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/12/26 09:16pm
By: Anonymous

yeah, i got taken on the seaoflove site as well, went back and used a different login and got the same girl as the first response to my profile asking me to chat. I first got the email from the yahoo personals asking me to go over there to chat to a lady I had emailed on yahoo.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2005/12/27 05:16pm
By: Anonymous

I've got that seaoflove message too. Ive been using yahoo and meetic but there were millions of members and maybe 1 percent gives a response. why spend lots of money. as i am in uk, ive found a new site called mybestdate.co.uk with just hundreds of members and it offered me trial membership and there i've started doing some progress. finally getting answers to my messages. there are several options for payment credit based or monthly based. dont spend tens of dollars/pounds find a cheap but a decent site, never try free dating services. thats what i believe

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Posted on: 2006/02/05 07:02am
By: Anonymous

seaoflove is obviously a rip off.
I too received an email from someone whilst in Yahoo and decided to join sea of love for free. Almost immediately I had two emails sent to me from two very good looking girls (one of them had naked pictures posted on the site). With the free subscription you are not able to send any replies thus catching people to join ($19 a month) to reply to the bogus emails sent to you!

Do not trust that people they are after your money!!!!

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/02/05 10:24pm
By: Anonymous

check out my email about yahoo billing and proceed with caution.
do you REALLY think someone besides yourself and your mother cares if you meet someone or not? they just want you and your credit card a part of the "meet your soulmate" dream for as long as they can hold you.

Yahoo Personals in Belgium soon

Posted on: 2006/05/06 04:51am
By: Anonymous

Hi there, Rumour has it that Yahoo Personals will start in Belgium soon. Actually the site is going wild because most members are looking for sex-related encounters. It is much hotter than most Yahoo Personals-sites. Those belgians seem to be a hell of a sex-obsessed nation.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/05/07 12:15pm
By: Anonymous

Some of what you all are describing sounds like nearly the same m/o for "heartdetectives" that others have already experienced as being a scam. They've shared on another thread active here right now.

LOVE that part about how they disclaim the occasional fictional emailings. Oy, goodness. Purely, PURELY protecting their you-know-whats because of the lawsuits that have been placed against certain other established sites re similar things alledgedly going on within.

BTW, I've been the route where I've created a second profile on one site and been "hit up" by the same people nearly as soon it goes live, but they don't appear to be from Russia. Actually, LOL, the same fellas hit me up on two sites nearly on the same day when I had decided to give online dating another shot a few years back.

Feels like they're just lookin' for a good time and trying to be the first in line for the new "meat" on the market. 'Sides, figure it probably hasn't been occurring quite the same for girls (gathering most of this is happening for the guys).

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/05/13 02:57am
By: Anonymous

New dating sites? I've seen them all. Most of the sites I've been makes no sense at all. Some men there were so fake I could see it even before checking their profiles out.

But now I am into webdate.com and wealthymen.com. They verify the men who registers so I am sure they are in fact for real. Now I'm seeing someone at webdate.com but because there are so many men to know, my options are still wide open. Check out these sites. I'm sure you'll find them interesting. Razz

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Posted on: 2006/05/14 03:31am
By: Anonymous

There are a lot of scams out there guys so be careful. Looks like all of us had been victims of sea of love. But I tried a new dating site. Its called webdate.com. Big Grin Its free so its better than the other sites I've been on. Too many chicks there for one man to handle. Twisted

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Posted on: 2006/06/14 08:18am
By: Anonymous

This new site called seaoflove is probably a scam. Gorgeous 32 year old women just don't ask a 60 year old man to meet them on a new site. I doubt that this gal reall exists. The put up a beautiful photo and scam you into believing that such a woman is interested in you if you were to go meet her on seaoflove.

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Posted on: 2006/06/21 02:34pm
By: Anonymous

I also received the e-mail requesting that I sign up for "SeaofLove" to contact a girl. I actually did get on it for the heck of it (free 7-day subscription) and within a day I got e-mails from what appear to be two strippers. One was in a g-string and the other was naked at the beach. While they were both way hot, I was not born yesterday. They must be making money bringing people in to pay for the subscription and then you get the kiss off. I noted that most of the guys on the site are 38+ and the women are 22-26.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/07/09 05:33pm
By: Anonymous

Yup, the Sea of Love is still at it...it starts at Yahoo, the the fake email directing you to the Sea of Love, then within 6 hours the first Email from a good looking 24 year old, then the next day the second good looking girl sends an email. I also opened 2 accounts to test the theory..to their credit though, the emails and subject lines are a bit different which leaves me to believe they have an employee or a bot cut and pasting different emails to send out...Date.com does the same thing but they IM you directing you to a number of different sites run by the same company. I actually fell for the Date.com scam but got a full refund from them after I called them and told them I would reverse the credit card charge and contact the Attorney General of Ohio about fraudulent advertising practices. He was more than helpful then...after he denied knowledge of what was going on...of course. But they did take down the phony profile off their website!

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/07/10 01:49pm
By: Anonymous

Seaoflove is a scam posing as a legitimate dating site. It is not affiliated with Yahoo, but instead it appears the unscrupulous authors of the site troll yahoo looking for members to steal by sending them a message posing as a hot female and ask to be contacted via seaoflove.com I actually had a conversation with one of the posers on yahoo personals since I had a registered account. she gave me a yahoo email address that she claimed "she almost never uses" and I could only chat with her by signing up on seaoflove. I signed up for a free account just to see what all the fuss was about and it immediately appeared to be a scam. I still get emails claiming I have messages from members on seaoflove.com but they all appear to be pre-written by the authors of the site in order to fool people into paying for an account. Its amazing the lengths some people will go to just to make a quick buck.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/07/25 01:48am
By: Anonymous

I know for a fact that it's a scam. I work for them. But if you read their terms and conditions, what they're doing is not illegal. And they give decent pay.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/07/31 11:40am
By: Anonymous

Sea of love is most definitely a scam! I signed up after receiving an email from a yahoo user and after some investigation I have determined that the site is a fraud and the messages are fake. I hope the people running this site die horrible deaths.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/08/01 01:36pm
By: Anonymous

Get so tired of all the scams. Another thing is the outrageous prices the real ones charge. I've tried plentyoffish.com and bluecollardates.com. Used them and never payed a fee. EVER. Now that I like

sea of love bad practices

Posted on: 2006/08/08 09:19am
By: Anonymous

I to recieved a sea of love msg on my yahoo account and like a fool went a filled out and posted my profile and the person that posted it to me wasn't to be found and about the time I was ready to abandon it I got several msgs from women all in to me, unchareteristicly. Theese ideal women pperfect. now every so often I get a msg from some perfect women. I think they are so atuicly spun baiting people to join, and pay them. As for the site I get anoid and the graphics and music, its a cheap ploy. I highly suggest leaveing it alone.

Let's get rid of sites like this?

Posted on: 2006/09/29 01:30pm
By: Anonymous

I feel this sea of love site needs to be put out of business. I joined and had the hardest time contacting the site. I had so many problems with the site it wasn't funny. Not only do they not want to return your money but they make it near impossible to file a report against them through the Better Business Bureau as there is no hard physical address only a PO box. There are certain unethical practices going on here and possibly illegal however, we must ban together and form a class action suit or something. Any suggestions are appreciate on how to get rid of them.

Let's get rid of sites like this?

Posted on: 2006/09/29 01:31pm
By: Anonymous

I feel this sea of love site needs to be put out of business. I joined and had the hardest time contacting the site. I had so many problems with the site it wasn't funny. Not only do they not want to return your money but they make it near impossible to file a report against them through the Better Business Bureau as there is no hard physical address only a PO box. There are certain unethical practices going on here and possibly illegal however, we must ban together and form a class action suit or something. Any suggestions are appreciate on how to get rid of them.

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/10/09 02:58pm
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Xanthras

Seaoflove is a scam posing as a legitimate dating site. It is not affiliated with Yahoo, but instead it appears the unscrupulous authors of the site troll yahoo looking for members to steal by sending them a message posing as a hot female and ask to be contacted via seaoflove.com I actually had a conversation with one of the posers on yahoo personals since I had a registered account. she gave me a yahoo email address that she claimed "she almost never uses" and I could only chat with her by signing up on seaoflove. I signed up for a free account just to see what all the fuss was about and it immediately appeared to be a scam. I still get emails claiming I have messages from members on seaoflove.com but they all appear to be pre-written by the authors of the site in order to fool people into paying for an account. Its amazing the lengths some people will go to just to make a quick buck.

...yep, glad I googled sea of love and found this thread before I signed up...same scenario...

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/11/24 07:22am
By: Anonymous

I have to agree with Mike and Xanthras. As Mike, I had a similar experience with Sea of Love. I received a message directing me to the site from a really hot girl. She was almost naked in her pictures. Razz Of course, to talk to her I had to become a member. I quickly realized the scam and directed all her emails to the trash. You have more than enough sites listed here to try for free. My favorite is Yahoo Personals. A bit expensive but their membership is for real and you get busy really quick after posting your profile. A good one not listed here I like is cupidjusthitme. You won't see this one in TV or advertised a lot but it has millions of members just like the famous ones. I met my current girlfriend here. The nice thing it didn't cost me anything. As a member she emailed me, and I was able to email her back for free back and forth. Kudos to the owner of this site. Hopefully, I won't need to visit here anymore. I think I may have found my life partner. Good luck to all, JH

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/11/26 04:35pm
By: Anonymous

There are other sites besides Plenty of Fish. What about Singlescanada.com? They have been around since 1998, dating sites come and go but the good ones stick around. Singles Canada offers contests, they have offered a singles cruise, a trip to the Pink Bedroom Party in Toronto in a limousine, great meal and entertainment. and right now you can win a Red iPOD. The great part about Singles Canada is that they also gives back to the community too with generous donations to Breast Cancer, the Red Project, RVH Cancer project, Seniors, etc. I know this does not mean a lot to some people, but when I read that POF gets cheques for $900,000 I wonder how much he donates to charities

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Posted on: 2006/11/30 12:41pm
By: Anonymous

I have read several complaints and there is illegal activity here irregardless of some of the comments. The crime is consumer fraud. If enough individuals complain the government will look into it. Yes, Sea of Love is certainly a rip off for those wishing to file a federal complaint here is a link. Why let them remain on the Internet and continue to rip individuals off. Please check out the link it can also help stop spam as well. https://rn.ftc.gov/pls/dod/wsolcq$.startup?Z_ORG_CODE=

new dating site?

Posted on: 2006/12/27 12:54am
By: Anonymous

Regarding Sea of Love: All the messages I got are 100% phony. All the women are model quality, that's the first sign. First of all, who would email a guy with NO picture in his profile? Second, I think it's funny that the same person emails me back AFTER my membership expired, but never while my membership is active, HMM....I was stupid enough to renew my membership so I could respond to some very attractive ladies. As you would guess, no reply! I have nothing good to say about this dating site. I feel sorry for the ones who are truly trying to meet someone. I still get the "you have a new message waiting at Sea of Love" emailed to my yahoo address two years after my membership expired and LO AND BEHOLD, another super hottie wants to chat and/or hook up (read: renew your membership)! I guess as long as someone's making tons of money, it's ok to take advantage of unsuspecting people, in any way possible.

seaoflove

Posted on: 2007/01/09 02:37pm
By: Anonymous

STAY AWAY from SEAOFLOVE!!!!! This site is nothing but a scam. Reading most of the comments posted here, it is easy to realize why sites such as seaoflove can grow and prosper. We're all damn fools!!! At least once anyway. It is my opinion that the majority of dating sites are magnets for unsuspecting, trusting souls such as me. I am getting smater LOL

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/03/30 11:52am
By: Anonymous

I received that same crappy scam email. I saw the site and laughed. I have been so fed up with dating sites lately. One of my close friends was also pretty irritated so he decided to start his own dating site, www.yearningforlove.com. He told me everything is free and there are a lot of features, more to come. Yes there are ads on there, but they do not pop up at you, you can choose to click them or not. He does this to pay for the website, which is understandable. Its either you have ads on the site, or the admin takes your email address and sells it to make money. Personally, I would take the ads because I have more control over them.

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/04/10 02:23am
By: Anonymous

I have joined this site called meetic.com. Its a real rip off. Just like American Singles, they are dishonest and dont tell members the truth about the limitations of their site. For one thing they take ages to approve the text of the profile thereby causing people who do not meet what we are seeking to respond and waste time as they are not able to read out text before responding. It can take weeks to approve the text of out profile. They claim that by being a paid member you will be able to contact other members. However they do not tell you that even if u are a paid member, although you may mail any member whether paying or not paying members, the non paying members will not be able to read the mails you send them thus will not be able to reply as well. Paying members who have send mails to non paying members will think that the non paying members are not interested when in actual fact, the non paying members were not even able to read the mails and will also not be able to reply. Unlike most other dating sites that requires only one member to pay in order to communicate with anyone on the site, meetic.com only allows communication if both members are paying members. Thus its not worth being a paid member as you will still not be able to communicate with all members unless they too are paying members

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/04/28 02:31am
By: Anonymous

THEY ARE RIGHT SEA OF LOVE IS FULL OF *censored* . RIP OFF IF I EVER DID SEE ONE AND WEB DATE IS FULL OF SCAMERS FROM NIGERIA LOOK OUT FOR SHARONE195 THE WORST SCAMER ON EARTH Regarding Sea of Love: All the messages I got are 100% phony. All the women are model quality, that's the first sign. First of all, who would email a guy with NO picture in his profile? Second, I think it's funny that the same person emails me back AFTER my membership expired, but never while my membership is active, HMM....I was stupid enough to renew my membership so I could respond to some very attractive ladies. As you would guess, no reply! I have nothing good to say about this dating site. I feel sorry for the ones who are truly trying to meet someone. I still get the "you have a new message waiting at Sea of Love" emailed to my yahoo address two years after my membership expired and LO AND BEHOLD, another super hottie wants to chat and/or hook up (read: renew your membership)! I guess as long as someone's making tons of money, it's ok to take advantage of unsuspecting people, in any way possible.



Sea of Love is still at it

Posted on: 2007/05/03 04:44pm
By: Anonymous

These clowns are still at it, FYI. I'm glad I found this page, and I didn't sign up for the site. MO was the same: a rather attractive lady sent me a quick message at Yahoo personals. I had subscribed, so I sent her my email address. She sent me the email saying that she "rarely" checks this account, but message her at sea of love, which was "free". She did have a profile at SOL, and two other women (also rather attractive) sent me rather similar messages. hmph.

In a slightly disturbing twist, I got an email from someone else. she claimed that I emailed her on yahoo, but I'm sure I never did. she said:

"Hey there! You sent me an email on Yahoo personals and told me to contact you here. Well here I am Smile Thx for the message, it was a surprise but totally a good one!

I;m sure you message alot of girls on there and probably dont remember which one I am Razz About me: My name is Jamie, I am 24, have long auburn hair, blue eyes and am about 5'5. I have been told I have very soft skin. I try and stay active and love to meet new people and experience new things. I strongly believe that intimacy, honesty and trust are very important parts of a relationship. But, I want to know someone before I become intimate. After I get to know someone then I want it all the time, I hope I'm not too much for you! Razz

I have to admit that I feel a little weird looking through personal ads to meet a guy, but the ones that I've met at bars are usually just putting on an act. Either that or they are just looking to sleep with as many women as they can. Dont take me the wrong way, I am an outgoing and social person and I love sex but the scene just gets old very fast.

If you are interested then we should get to know each other better. We could maybe meet up sometime? For drinks or coffee? I've had to work alot, so I am not sure when I will have some free time, but what's your schedule like? I;m sure we can figure it out...

Well I guess I should get going to work, besides this is a novel already and I dont even know if your interested! lol Oh also I attached a pic to the email to remind you of who I am, let me know if you dont get it for some reason.


Hope to talk to you soon,
--

BTW whats your yahoo IM? mind is the same as my email..."

perhaps I should have ignored it, but I did reply asking for her yahoo personals page. she did email me her homepage, which had some rather revealing preview pictures, and was protected by adultcertify. these guys look like one of those mostly free adult ID services. I wonder how she got my email, and what she's trying to pull. has anyone received a similar email?

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/05/13 12:36pm
By: Anonymous

I got the exact same email from "Jamie". I'm a little disappointed. What state do you live in? That might help shed some light on the message. I'm in Colorado. If you're not, that should be a good indicator that this is simply a hoax.

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/06/25 11:32pm
By: Anonymous

Quote by: divn10

I am on Yahoo personals and rcvd an email asking me to check out a new dating site, seaoflove.com, there is a website by that name but I did not sign in as I didn't know if this was just a spamming effort or what. Has anyone ever heard of this site?

don't go there!!!1

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/08/18 08:05pm
By: Anonymous

Quote by: C

I got the exact same email from "Jamie". I'm a little disappointed. What state do you live in? That might help shed some light on the message. I'm in Colorado. If you're not, that should be a good indicator that this is simply a hoax.



I got this exact same message in California... Looks like a scam to try and get your credit card number by signing up for that fake AdultCertify site. I was looking online to see if this was a scam. Glad I found this string of messages! I tend to be more skeptical about online dating and am pretty cautious about anything outside it's realm. Glad I'm pretty careful like that...

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2007/10/05 06:10pm
By: Anonymous

Regarding "Sea Of Love":

I was on Yahoo Personals for awhile earlier this year and received the same kind of re-direction from a "woman" on Sea Of Love. I did go to the site and put up a free profile without photos. Almost immediately, I started getting emails from young attractive women in my area. Each of them asking me to write back if interested. Of course, I could only write back if I payed. Now, a couple of these women's profiles had nude photos and the rest had pics of very good looking ladies. I'm 42, and these women were all in their 20's. I did NOT fall for this as I know that these hot young ladies wouldn't be emailing a 42 year old with a brief profile and no photos. I deactivated my profile and moved on.

Several months later, I received a couple more emails from the same women asking why I never replied, and that they were still interested. By this time, I was already in a steady relationship, but we decided to do a little investigating. The day (August 12) I received the last email, I spent the $20 for a one month non-recurring, reactivated the old profile, and replied. As expected, the woman I replied to never sent another email. Since then I have replied to each of the emails I received. Of course, not ONE of them wrote back. In fact, I haven't received another email from anyone on SOL.

We decided to write to the administrators and let them know how we felt about their tactics and pretty much said "Shame on you" for preying on people's desire to find companionship. Guess what....no reply.

The administrators of this site not only use lies to get people to their site, but they CONTINUE the lies to entice people to pay for membership once they've written a profile. They should be reported to the BBB or some other organization who could promptly put them out of business.

Strong warning: DO NOT PAY THESE CROOKS A DIME! If you've been ripped off by them, report them....period.

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2008/01/07 11:36pm
By: Anonymous

I haven't heard of that one, but this is one I know about... www.companion4companion.com

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2008/01/20 12:00pm
By: Anonymous

Yeah, I got the exact same email from a girl at yahoo.

Here's an interesting twist, though- she emailed me directly at my personal email address, saying I had messaged her through yahoo, giving out that address. I HAD done that to several girls before my membership lapsed, but NOT to her.

So the twist is, this porn site is clearly maintaining a bunch of fake identities all over the US (I never messaged anybody who didn't live in Austin), and sending the same spiel to everyone that contacts any of them. Very mercenary!

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2008/01/22 12:32pm
By: Anonymous

You want my opinion? All dating sites are a rip off, they all suck and all the losers in the whole freaking world end up there. Keep away from them.

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2009/01/09 05:28pm
By: Anonymous

I have just found a new dating site my unibar looks good and doesn't seem to be full of fakes it's free for now but i think it will be paid after a while so get a profile registered quick.

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2010/09/02 08:17pm
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Koolnite

HI guys,
Sorry to report that I too have been taken in by seaoflove. I received the e-mail Cali4nicator received word for word. I believe there is some sort of connection between Yahoo personals and seaoflove. I am pulling my profile from both sites and would recommend everyone else to do the same and avoid these sites like the plauge. Both sites seem to be using young women in their 20's to lure guys into parting with their hard earned. Guess you know the old saying " A fool and his money... ". Again, avoid both of these sites at all cost. I have found a couple of free sites that actually seem interested in helping single people. One has alreday been mentioned here " plentyoffish.com " and the other I would recommend is " connectingsingles.com "
both are free and have interesting forums to read as well.
Older but wiser,
Koolnite


connectinsingles is not a good dating website most people there are only there because of the forums, lots of married people,scams, abusive behavior in the forums, foul language definitely filled with internet trolls , moderators do nothing to punish the long term members even though they can see the forums filled with pack attacks and vulgar language, anyone with morals or respect will avoid the forums on connectingsingles.com

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2016/01/29 12:12pm
By: Anonymous

Quote by: Anonymous

I am on Yahoo personals and rcvd an email asking me to check out a new dating site, seaoflove.com, there is a website by that name but I did not sign in as I didn't know if this was just a spamming effort or what. Has anyone ever heard of this site?



Does anyone remember yahoo chat? what ever happened to it

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2016/02/01 10:48am
By: Anonymous

looks very dodgy with a free this and that popup saying i had won a prize BS

Re: new dating site?

Posted on: 2016/02/01 07:04pm
By: Anonymous

Just use ones that have telephone numbers for the office, at least you can call up and moan when you get pissed off

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