“Don’t chase someone who doesn’t want to be caught” – Joe Reyes
I saw that a bunch of my Facebook friends liked it so I decided to see for myself. Zoosk is an online dating site where you post some information about yourself and it finds matches for you. Immediately I received a dozen messages from random women, but I wasn’t able to communicate with them because I didn’t pay the fee.
My suspicions were later confirmed that this site is fake, and just wants your money, from what I found out a few days after. The site said it found a perfect match for me based on the questions I answered when I signed up.
It sent me the profile of a woman about 20 miles away from here. Our information was really close, but again I couldn’t talk to her because I didn’t pay the fee. A few hours later I received about “perfect match”.
The picture was exactly the same as the previous woman, but all the information was different. Her name was different, her height changed a few inches, her religion changed, preferences on drinking and smoking changed. This was a slim girl and her body type amazingly changed from “slim” to “curvy”, but had the same exact picture.
People fall for sites like this all the time. Why is that? I don’t see how some could. I could easily make a fake profile. People do it all the time. They made TV shows about it. People get conned all the time. So the last thing I want to do is go along with something like this, let alone pay for it to happen.