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My experience with these two web sites compel me to issue some warnings. Be careful, please!

 

First of all, there are a lot of girls there who lie about their age. This can be dangerous because you may get set up with someone who is not yet 18 but they claim to be 22-23.

 

It's a good thing I asked some if they could show me an ID when I invited them on a date and then they confessed that they had faked their age. Always insist on an ID and meet them in a public place. If they refuse to bring/ show you an ID, don't go on the date. I had to report several members who confessed they were underage. These were taken down. But how many more are there signing up every day!

 

The sites are not at really at fault because there is no way they can control it, and they will remove such liars, but they can't police everyone. They put warnings out but many people don't mind them. Be extra careful, please. Do not start any serious relationships with anyone before you know they are who they are.

 

There are also oodles of ladies with an agenda to "borrow" money. This is why they sign up.  I went out with some, and after two dates, a text would arrive asking for a loan of 4000, 5000 and once even 15,000 pesos. This is not allowed by the sites, but you usually have to present proof that they had asked for money to have them removed- and how are you going to show them them a text message and prove it was from her?

 

One asked me to send her money so that she could get an ID to prove to me that she was legit.

 

There are also ladies who have boyfriends/husbands -and are in the process of separation or are even still living with them. They are not happy though with the bf's not having money. Hence, they secretly put an ad looking for a "porener" and start dating you while asking you to buy this and that.  If the BF finds out, he may harm you bad.

 

There are some who did not even put the ad to begin with, but a friend or a relative had put it for them. They start-" Oh, it wasn't me who'd placed the ad, it was my brother- he wanted me to meet a porener, but I don't want to". It may even be the relative or friend chatting with you or answering on her behalf. Sometimes it's to " help" her meet a ritz porener but sometimes it's again, to ask for money.

 

Sometimes, it is the BF who puts the ad and then sends his GF out to meet you with a sob story and ask for money or to buy food, and then she brings the money to him. Slick!

 

I was once scammed in the most embarrassing and insolent way. A brother put an ad and they met me and told me about an upcoming birthday party. He asked me to pay for the lady's birthday party. I bought a cake and food and the whole family ate and everyone was so happy, but it turned out later there was no birthday on that day.

 

If you are a kind and sincere soul and want to meet a good person for dating, friendship, relationship, etc, there are scammers lying in wait ready to pounce on you. And they come up with very intelligent and totally shameless ways to make you part with your money.

 

There are also many nice ladies there, but you have got to be on guard and double check every time you have a date with one.

 

 

 

 

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My experience with these two web sites compel me to issue some warnings. Be careful, please!

 

First of all, there are a lot of girls there who lie about their age. This can be dangerous because you may get set up with someone who is not yet 18 but they claim to be 22-23.

 

It's a good thing I asked some if they could show me an ID when I invited them on a date and then they confessed that they had faked their age. Always insist on an ID and meet them in a public place. If they refuse to bring/ show you an ID, don't go on the date. I had to report several members who confessed they were underage. These were taken down. But how many more are there signing up every day!

 

The sites are not at really at fault because there is no way they can control it, and they will remove such liars, but they can't police everyone. They put warnings out but many people don't mind them. Be extra careful, please. Do not start any serious relationships with anyone before you know they are who they are.

 

There are also oodles of ladies with an agenda to "borrow" money. This is why they sign up.  I went out with some, and after two dates, a text would arrive asking for a loan of 4000, 5000 and once even 15,000 pesos. This is not allowed by the sites, but you usually have to present proof that they had asked for money to have them removed- and how are you going to show them them a text message and prove it was from her?

 

One asked me to send her money so that she could get an ID to prove to me that she was legit.

 

There are also ladies who have boyfriends/husbands -and are in the process of separation or are even still living with them. They are not happy though with the bf's not having money. Hence, they secretly put an ad looking for a "porener" and start dating you while asking you to buy this and that.  If the BF finds out, he may harm you bad.

 

There are some who did not even put the ad to begin with, but a friend or a relative had put it for them. They start-" Oh, it wasn't me who'd placed the ad, it was my brother- he wanted me to meet a porener, but I don't want to". It may even be the relative or friend chatting with you or answering on her behalf. Sometimes it's to " help" her meet a ritz porener but sometimes it's again, to ask for money.

 

Sometimes, it is the BF who puts the ad and then sends his GF out to meet you with a sob story and ask for money or to buy food, and then she brings the money to him. Slick!

 

I was once scammed in the most embarrassing and insolent way. A brother put an ad and they met me and told me about an upcoming birthday party. He asked me to pay for the lady's birthday party. I bought a cake and food and the whole family ate and everyone was so happy, but it turned out later there was no birthday on that day.

 

If you are a kind and sincere soul and want to meet a good person for dating, friendship, relationship, etc, there are scammers lying in wait ready to pounce on you. And they come up with very intelligent and totally shameless ways to make you part with your money.

 

There are also many nice ladies there, but you have got to be on guard and double check every time you have a date with one.

i also lied about my age in that site hahahah:D
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tambok

i also lied about my age in that site hahahah:D

But that would not result in your date getting arrested would it?

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Salty Dog

Why would someone need to pick up Filipinas online in the first place?   :unknw:

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But that would not result in your date getting arrested would it?

Nahhhh i joined that site as a pass time

Not to get a date

Why would someone need to pick up Filipinas online in the first place?   :unknw:

 

Good question

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tambok

Why would someone need to pick up Filipinas online in the first place?   :unknw:

The selection/availability is better, there are many who could not be met in any other way- they don't work as sales ladies or waitresses. Many are in college, too, and unless you visit such colleges, you won't meet them. Some are in far away country towns and sit at home most of the time.

 

If you date girls outside by just scouting the terrain, you are mostly limited to those who work in retail or food catering. A large section of the dating market is not available to a department store or restaurant PUA.

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Fool's gold isn't only found in the Rocky Mountains.

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miles-high

I’d agree with you 100% that you would have to be extra cautious about their “true” age but other than that, a scammer or not, as long as you get what you paid for, you get even! :D

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Mandingo

I visited DIA a few times before I got married.....most said I was so very handsome even though I put a picture of the ugliest and fattest person I could find as my profile picture. Many were upfront about them being working/cam girls and some were not. Lots of obvious billy-boys who denied that they were men and others started asking for money about 2 minutes into a chat. Went like this "I have a big problem", "I am hungry", "my mom is sick" and so on. I am sure there are lots of good girls on there looking but many are aggressive scammers and some are so good at lying it is hard to tell which is which.

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My experience with these two web sites compel me to issue some warnings. Be careful, please!

 

First of all, there are a lot of girls there who lie about their age. This can be dangerous because you may get set up with someone who is not yet 18 but they claim to be 22-23.

 

It's a good thing I asked some if they could show me an ID when I invited them on a date and then they confessed that they had faked their age. Always insist on an ID and meet them in a public place. If they refuse to bring/ show you an ID, don't go on the date. I had to report several members who confessed they were underage. These were taken down. But how many more are there signing up every day!

 

The sites are not at really at fault because there is no way they can control it, and they will remove such liars, but they can't police everyone. They put warnings out but many people don't mind them. Be extra careful, please. Do not start any serious relationships with anyone before you know they are who they are.

 

There are also oodles of ladies with an agenda to "borrow" money. This is why they sign up.  I went out with some, and after two dates, a text would arrive asking for a loan of 4000, 5000 and once even 15,000 pesos. This is not allowed by the sites, but you usually have to present proof that they had asked for money to have them removed- and how are you going to show them them a text message and prove it was from her?

 

One asked me to send her money so that she could get an ID to prove to me that she was legit.

 

There are also ladies who have boyfriends/husbands -and are in the process of separation or are even still living with them. They are not happy though with the bf's not having money. Hence, they secretly put an ad looking for a "porener" and start dating you while asking you to buy this and that.  If the BF finds out, he may harm you bad.

 

There are some who did not even put the ad to begin with, but a friend or a relative had put it for them. They start-" Oh, it wasn't me who'd placed the ad, it was my brother- he wanted me to meet a porener, but I don't want to". It may even be the relative or friend chatting with you or answering on her behalf. Sometimes it's to " help" her meet a ritz porener but sometimes it's again, to ask for money.

 

Sometimes, it is the BF who puts the ad and then sends his GF out to meet you with a sob story and ask for money or to buy food, and then she brings the money to him. Slick!

 

I was once scammed in the most embarrassing and insolent way. A brother put an ad and they met me and told me about an upcoming birthday party. He asked me to pay for the lady's birthday party. I bought a cake and food and the whole family ate and everyone was so happy, but it turned out later there was no birthday on that day.

 

If you are a kind and sincere soul and want to meet a good person for dating, friendship, relationship, etc, there are scammers lying in wait ready to pounce on you. And they come up with very intelligent and totally shameless ways to make you part with your money.

 

There are also many nice ladies there, but you have got to be on guard and double check every time you have a date with one.

 

DIA should be renamed SIA.  Scams In Asia.

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smokey

Why would someone need to pick up Filipinas online in the first place?   :unknw:

when you play with fire your destine to get burned

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tambok

DIA should be renamed SIA.  Scams In Asia.

Try:

Deadbeat beggars in Asia.

Transvestite Loan Demanders of Asia.

 Need-Tuition pretenders in Asia

Juvenile Money Seekers of Asia

Greedy Housewives in Asia.

Cheat the Pucking Porener in Asia.

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Try:

Deadbeat beggars in Asia.

Transvestite Loan Demanders of Asia.

 Need-Tuition pretenders in Asia

Juvenile Money Seekers of Asia

Greedy Housewives in Asia.

Cheat the Pucking Porener in Asia.

Of course all the guys on there looking have the best of intentions.

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tambok

Of course all the guys on there looking have the best of intentions.

The main complaint of the girls about the poreners who visit such sites is that they often ask the girls to get undressed and show them some breast and genitalia.  Many promise they would come to the Phils to visit, but never do-they don't have the money. Basically, that's it on the other end.

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Before I moved here and for a short time after I moved here I played around on DIA and Cherry Blossoms. I couldn't begin to list all the "Fail" stories but I did meet 2 girls from each site.

From DIA 1 was an absolute scammer which surprised me because we had been chatting for a few months before we met and she'd never asked for anything. #2 was a normal girl working at a call center and absolutely stunning imo. We had dinner once and I never heard from her again.

From Cherry Blossoms I met two. #1 lied on her profile but upon meeting she immediately told me she had 3 kids and she only lied on the profile because she thought no one would reply if they knew she had 3 kids. We dated for a couple of months, she semi lived with me. She was nice and not the needy type but her crazy jealousy finally made me throw in the towel. #2 was a nice girl but absolutely no spark and she seemed to just be going through the motions trying to get a foreigner. 

Dating sites can work but it's a mine field and not worth it if you're living here imo. I had a neighbor that met his wife on a site and he is very happy. But he treated the search like a job, had set criteria and standards, and essentially spread sheets on every girl he was interested in lol

 

My wife was a blind date :)

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