Be careful!!! Waster of money! No real ladies, no real photos!
China Love Cupid Review - scam
That is not true. I've been on many matching sites and there so many Women in China I've gotten over 40 emails.
The real fact of the situation is unless you are ready to travel to CHINA to meet these BEAUTIFUL ladies, it is a waste of your money...........THINK ABOUT IT.
I think it is a great site. I have met my fiance on the site and yes I did travel to China. Travelling to China to meet her is a natural outcome. What did you expect, the woman to travel to you? As any site, there are a number of suspicious replies but most were genuine. I had hundreds of replies over a few months. The best idea was hers, for us to chat on skype. From then on we have met and chatted on skype several times a week. I am returning to marry her soon!
Hmmm....2008 review - that's maybe an issue.
As of today, this is 'the site' to me. After my experience with AsianBeauties (twice)... (I must have bumped my head harder than I thought), paying what - a hundred dollars for complete freedom and unrestricted uncensored communications at CLL... it is absolutely fantastic. I can't keep up with the emails and those are the ones on the site. I've already picked out a couple of ladies I write with directly and it is so refreshing compared to the nightmares that are AB or ChnLove, who almost charge by the word.
Edgar, hope you might take a moment (and your cash, bank account, car, house...) and spend a day over at AsianBeauties. I suspect you may want to reconsider your review of CLL.
William is absolutely correct - no matter what, if you are serious you are going to China and add a low 5 figures to bring 'wife 1.0' (select version) back to your country and with a shipload of paperwork. Have fun - it's what life is all about. :-))
I travel to China about one time each year for business. I have met several girls from CLL, they are real and they are sincere. But as the other person comments, don't waste your money if you are not ready to spend the money to visit and go through immigration paperwork.
By: Josef H.
So are young girls fake?
Is midle age girls fake as well
Signed on for a look to assess. No photo, no info. Got 40 emails saying i was cute, liked my photo, what i had to say. First email called me a scammer.
Could'nt browse because of site pop ups demanding money to continue.
Emails to site admin help would'nt send. Could'nt unsubscribe or delete account. I found another way.
Many of the womens photo's look like clothes fashions from the 70's and 80's.
God help anyone honest on there.
Another site review page says the headquarters is in Southport, Queensland, Australia.
The site should be closed down as many others.
By: Guy Bolton
I think all the Fit women are fake there height and weight seems wrong there pictures look like old modelling agency stock ,they message me asking if I got Skype why not just give me there Skype number, they know I'm just a standard member and need to upgrade to say yes let's Skype then I'm locked into paying £28 a month for ever, I've asked several times I want to pay by money transfer but they won't give me the details ,the whole site is just a big money spinner. I wrote on my profile that I thought the site was a scam and would not upgrade and left my e-mail address for the women to contact me , these rich, chic business women would send me a message I would reply that I was interested and they were my favourite but these sophisticated women didn't read my profile and they talked about marriage ? so they or the computer just sat waiting for me to upgrade to reply. I think the Philippine women are real and can message for free to entice men to upgrade, these women probably send messages on repeat to thousands of menu without even looking at your picture or profile it's scatter gun tactics and men are suckered into believing that these women are really interested in them.
I read good reviews about the website which were obviously fake now that I've tested it. I started doing the "send me a picture of you holding a piece of paper with I'm real on it" test. None did this even though I offered to start first. The website seems to be a complete scam, I even tried to get in contact with woman that didn't look that good since I don't care too much about looks. CLC seems to have just ripped off pictures of peoples social accounts and put them in there with some bogus information. The employees and scripts/bots try to keep people trapped in there by faking interest. The good reviews about this website are all fake so I suggest you save your money or only do a one month test if you need to find out for yourself. I've paid with paypal and am now trying to get my money back with the buyer protection. I suggest you do the same if you want to test them.
I receive at least 1 or 2 messages per day from Chinese women on this site. So, on average, I eliminate 50% of them based on not finding
I get in average 1 to 2 messages per day here. Yes, most of the pics are professionally produced, and absolutely photo shop enhanced, what isn't these days? Eliminate around 50% that I do not find attractive, then get into private email. Some of these ladies follow up with additional pics and thoughtful narratives. Some are very direct early on, wanting to know about your job, living situation, etc. Some profess a strong interest in developing a serious relationship, sending up to date pics, even of their child. They wish, "we could someday share experiences" together, then disappear. In other words, they are, as a group, no different than the unstable idiots we hoped to leave behind here in the U.S.
By: Vic Williams
Thank you for the opportunity to comment. I joined Chinalovecupid.com as a non paying person. The following are my experience:
1 when you have not paid up, you get lots of hits which you cannot read.
2, Rarely do the photos match the age of the person.
3 I got bombarded by young females who I have no interest in and fall well outside the criteria of the person I am looking for.
4. It was obvious that these women were interested in something more than me given their age and photographs
5 I had read on the next that this site was doggy and profile were just manufactured to make the site look popular.
6 Before I spent money, I collected the profiles of 25 women, all over the age of 50 who expressed an interest in me and had sent messages to me.
7When I paid a subscription for three months I could see that the messages they had sent to me were remarkably similar.
8 I decided to answer each person in chronological order starting with the latest person.
9.................I found the only ones that answered me were probably the top 12. After that I got no answers, indicating that something systematic was going on.
13 For those that did answer me, most of them did not refer to my very impressive profile and the answers were similar, meaning that some dummy may have been answering for each profile.
14 I asked each person to explain what was in my profile that impressed them to contact me by message. I think I only got one reply that referred to my profile, the rest was they though it was something akin to love or affection at first sight (I am 69) and age does not matter.
15. I asked them you update their photos. Then you don't hear from them again
16 After i had paid my money the interest for all these ladies in China got much less.
Conclusion; There is something systematically strange about this site as there seemed to be a very common thread between shots and age, similar short response, and they all being attracted at first sight without any meaningful discussion. Either the women in China or desperate or the website manufactures profiles which tend to dry up after you have coughed up some money.
There are contacts to be made on China love Cupid, but not necessarily what your interested in. I'm highly suspicious of this site. Once they get their hands on your credit card they will continually bill you!
By: Graham maloney
I've been on this site, bought a 1 month subscription, had to shut off my profile as I simply could not keep up with the " messages". I also got a few emails inviting me to look at " my sexy pics here ", I also got many emails asking me to join sister web sites, just click here and all your info will transfer over, these were, Thai Cupid, Korea Cupid, Japan Cupid, and in and on.
One thing I want to ask, I got told by a lady in an email the government of China blocks Skype and this is why we can't chat............ does anyone chat on skype with a lady from China.
First of all any dating site has a fair share of scammers and it's up to you to be careful. I had much success on the China Love Cupid site and I have met a beautiful Chinese woman. Most of the Ladies are divorced and therefore considered "damaged goods" by Chinese standards. I suggest to everybody to learn as much as you can about
Chinese culture. If you click with someone on the website keep it fun but ask open ended questions. Usually, the sincere ones will give you a lot of details that you can verify later with more pinpointed questions. If you decide to switch your conversation to your private email, ask for pictures. To verify I wasn't getting scammed, after a few months chatting on line I sent a gift to my lady and asked her to take a picture wearing my gift. She proudly did and at the same time I managed to check out her address with google earth. By then I was sure she was real. Be aware that Chinese girls take the relationship seriously and they assume you will marry them. At one point, you will be expected to travel to China meet them and the family and even have the ceremony there. It's their culture. I cannot stress enough to learn customs, habits and cultural differences. If you are not willing to adapt you will eventually fail, however, if you take it in strides you will have a fiercely loyal, feminine and sexy beautiful companion.
Chinalovecupid is a complete and utter scam. It's so obvious, I didn't even bother looking at the price.. no way would I give these Australian twats a penny (yes, it's an Australian website). Even the 'apparently' subscribed 'women' are bots, answering questions you never even asked them (classic sign). I've been out with several Chinese women I've met through normal channels, and there is not a shred of Chinese culture to be found in any of the 'conversations' I've had with on that ridiculous site. Don't waste your money! Oh, and the positive reviews here are obviously from the illiterate cretins that run the website. Duh....
I thought the era of village idiots was over until I read your comment. It's fine that you are entitled to your opinions. However, as yourself admitted, you didn't even sign on to the site. So you don't know anything, yet, you assume it's all bogus. Since you have so much success with your streets' encounters then why bother to waste your meaningful time running your mouth off on here ?? I left a positive comment because I was successful and it worked for me.
Clearly the era of 'illiterate' village idiots is NOT over.
Proof Burt is a moron #1:
I said I had had ' conversations' with (what I still consider to be) bots on the site. How did I do that if I didn't sign? Duh...!
Proof Burt is a moron #2:
Just because 'you' had a positive experience (how much do they pay at Cupid.com?) doesn't mean that the VAST majority of users have to agree with you. Park your mouth.
Proof Burt is a moron #3:
If it 'worked for you', how come you're wasting your time trolling any website that criticise the scamming Aussie thieves at Cupid.com? (Sorry... how much did you say they paid you?)
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