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Buchos

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.


Buchos

Anonymous
awake
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?

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Janak

Forum User
Newbie
Registered: 2009/07/21
Posts: 6
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.


Tom

Anonymous
angry
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.

Observation Post

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.

Anil

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.

John

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!!!

firebird

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.


firebird

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?

Gullible

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!!!

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