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18-May-2015 12:08

They may be sold to a different owner who uses different standards or may engage in some of those shady practices to boost membership and use. You simply have to watch your back on any online dating site.

Always be wary of the signs of an internet dating scam.

Good sites can go bad, and those I don't recommend may improve.

It's pretty hard for any site these days (especially the big ones) to stop fake profiles and scammers from signing up, but I think I get what you're after.

There are a lot of adult dating sites that don't have a lot of users, or use sneaky marketing tactics like the bait and switch you're referring to.

Stephen asks: "I am trying to find a 'real' adult dating site. The people on there either do not exist or are trumped up.

It seems all that I have come across do not have real/true information... I sent the company an email to complain, but they didn't reply.

We've all seen them - the ads show a bevy of beautiful women in your area, but when you sign up, you realize that the women were just ads that were geographically targeted to your search preferences.

Even sites that may once have been good can go bad.



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