I met first man to number third have same story, after talking on email couple time finally ask me to send him money, what a bustard people ask woman send him money

buy tastylia online Joe about AsianDating
“Fake site, Scam site.”

Typical fake site. You sign up, “women” start contacting you (the fat, sweaty guy who owns the site), you check the “Who’s Viewed Me” tab, and find out that no one has even looked at your profile.

Same creep owns all the Cupid sites. The simple use of a reverse-search algorithm shows that the photos are cropped from other sites.

enter site Greg about AsianDating
“Thumbs down Asian date and affiliates.”
Sadly Have been duped by a few girls on Asian date site and wish I had looked at this site before going there.
Everything described on the posts has happened to me with only one girl giving her email address and phone but she blocked the phone which is another story.
Once I had her email and was no longer chatting on the site”read spending money” she decided that she loved me but didn’t like me any more.
I went to this site to get a real person and to stay away from scammers by subscribing but the whole system is a scam.
Beware any lonely heart.
buy provigil online south africa Conan about AsianDating
“It is a business. Nothing more”
I am an attorney here in calif. Been on thus site almost 2 yrs. They do not promise marriage dating. You pay 1.00 a minute to chat with a lady nothing more. These girls are not coming to marry you. Most are earning commissions especially the models. The young girls just play games. It is not real. It is fake. Sone woman are real but thissite will take your money and not care of your emotions. There are many asians in our states now why get on involved with a situation that is impossible to control. Dont waste your money. It is not real. Find nice asian woman in your town. There are plenty of nice girls right in your backyard. Try and ask these girls to visit you they woll change the subject. One girl tokd me she liked my photo when i never posted a photo. Soend your money on groceries. This is bull$#*!. Tom
Thomas about AsianDating
“Scammed me”

I signed up and paid for a month subscription to try it and see if I could meet some nice people locally. Not a lot of people local but I figured I could make some penpals from Asia. The next day they closed my profile and basically ripped me off $30. I paid $30 for a one day membership. That is not cool They told me to email them and basically beg them to open my account. I emailed them but never heard anything back. They sure took my money and then cancelled my account with a quickness but they won’t tell me why or refund it.

zyvox cost in canada Jason about AsianDating
“Being scammed”
The other thing about Asian dating is the same ladies are still on the site looking for matches l scent 4 lots off flowers & my home address have not got a single letter or a phone call even a email from 4 that got my email another 5 to 6 have my address . Whent on the site to see if it had changed was the same but the same ladies are still looking so that tell me that thay are still scamming people out off there hard earn money
Chris about AsianDating
“And not a half star, but the tip end”
it is very weak and slanderous date site for an out going person, as soon as I started explaining to a couple of females about my profession, I was kicked off by the administrators of the site, and they really get piss when you offer the email or phone numbers to other ladies to get to know them on your own, it not like I am one of thosescammers that show a pretty picture and never want to come on the cam while your on Skype, that is totally defeating the purpose of dating on the site, they try to micromanage a little bit too much, maybe I my return to the site in a priest outlook and act domestic or like an older guy in his 90ies, I give Date in Asia site two thumbs down, and de-boner .
 Kenny about AsianDating
“Not all ae into money.. LOL”
So I am not actually from this site.. or even tried to be in this site. I have found it as an ad on a site i am looking at and it got me interested to look for its reviews.. I am an Asian-Filipina i really felt sorry for those westerners who were asked for money by some members of this site.. I was reading all reviews and to my surprised , the complaints were all about asking for money and being a victim of scams. It’s really a shame that some Filipinas are still wooing for money . It’s very degrading for us and it ruins all other filipinas’ image. So, in behalf of those girls, Lol.. I’m sorry.. I have tried chatting men from different county on OKC.. But what made me liked westerners ,Americans is that i think they’re romantic.. And the fact that i love seeing western movies . LOL.. i dont have a white fetish lol.. it’s just that its nice to talk to someone having different culture and language. .. And, to add up.. I don’t like those americans who are into young girls.. You were always complaining about being lured for money yet you’re the one who tolerate those girls to use you..
 Ynahmorata about AsianDating
“Stay away – asianDATING”

I paid and immediately was told my account was suspended because according to them a flag was raised. They want me to send them copies of my government ID. Yeah, like that’s going to happen. I’m going to send a company without a published address or phone number my government ID.
What a scam. UPDATE BELOW.
They “flagged” me yet they STILL charged my card.
And they try to make out that they’re better than asiadate. They’re not. Same bs.
But hey, someone named “team” will be sure to reach out to you and give you that personal touch.
This is one seedy company. Avoid at ALL costs.

UPDATE: Oh look, they replied with absolutely nothing new. “Cupid M” is here to clarify it all with the same nonsense. There’s another review above where they did the same thing.
You spend days/weeks looking around, decided to join and their crack team of investigators zeroes in on you to get your id. The place has ungodly amounts of fake profiles and scammers and their sharp as a whip investigating team flags real people.
Nothing about my profile was faked, my credit card worked fine, yet they want me to send them my id. “Cupid M” and “team” want me to send them a copy of my official government ID. Seriously. That’s what they want. Who in their right mind would send them that? Who would fall for such a scam?
STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE.

 Rick about AsianDating

I have been trying to understand how this site works. Note I am talking about AsianDate.com because there are other sites that sound the same or are run by the same company.
To me it seems that the company hires Chinese people who can translate messages into English. They probably get paid by how many credits their clients are buying.What happens then is these workers send fake messages to clients such as me, to get me to buy credits to read the letters. Many women on the site send me letters saying how they love my letters and want me to marry them. The thing is I never sent letters to those women! If I do send a message and ask a question, then I never get an answer. For instance to prove that I am speaking to a real woman I ask her to send me a selfie picture so I can see who it is. They never send me a photo and just keep sending the same useless information, such as they love me and want to meet me, almost like an automated message?? You are just talking to the middle person who is trying to make more money and maybe the company is encouraging this practise? Total waste of time.

 Erik about AsianDating
“Trust no one on this site!”
Nothing is real on this site, or the related ones. All the information the girls give is fake. They are not who they say they are. I had people in China to verify information girls gave – it never checked out: fake names, fake places of businesses or occupations, fake families, and all loving promises are fake. This site, along with the Ukraine and Russian ones, are huge money making scams. They got thousands from me before I knew it. Still trying to get some of the money back through the ‘fraud dept.’ of the bank. 


If you try to make contact with the girls all emails are stopped. Every communication is read and censored. They are there, well trained, heartless, just to suck you in for profits. Trust no one, no matter how pretty or loving they appear. Run away as fast as you can!

 James about AsianDating
“Oriental Vampirettes — China Dolls”
For the undying believers of AsianDate.com among us, consider the following admonition from a Chinese-American for disillusionment. First of all, AsianDate.com is a California based American enterprise. It has no more insider knowledge about or connections with beautiful Chinese ladies than the average Joe Blow in Orange County — Disneyland to be exact. Second, according to World Bank figures, the median per capita annual income in China in 2015 is $7,590. This means that the average lass in China would covet whatever meager commissions offered her by AsianDate.com to keep some wide-eyed Yankee writing and chatting away at ten credits per letter and one credit per minute respectively. Third, the typical Chinese woman is xenophobic. She would cringe at the sight of a hairy, burly and sweaty American man, let alone sleeping with him for the rest of her life. The only thing that keeps her engaged on-line is an easy income. She has no compunction about ripping the decadent Americans off as she is insulated by cultural barrier and protected by geographical distance. Who is going to go after her, and how? By the time the men are sucked dry or her scams exposed, whichever comes first, she would have gathered a sizeable nest egg (in China standard) and ready to move on to other exploits. Still not convinced? Pay the 100 credits required for a ten-minute call with her to exchange telephone numbers and email addresses and see how fast she turns frigid on you because she has no desire to write and chat with you for free.
DavidCat about AsianDate
“Stayaway save your money. This site is a major rid of”
I have one girl what to me over 100 letters a day I have received over 1000 within 3 weeks of being on this site from her

this site is the biggest scam out there
I have received from the girls which may have been genuine. There contact information has been deleted from the photos or letters. Some of never heard of Skype!!! bull $#*!

All women on this site are paid to be here this site is a very big scam

Tip for consumers: do not use it stay away 35084924
Eric about AsianDate
“What others Said I have varified – RIP OFF”

I agree with people this is Entertainment ONLY and if not a SCAM it is a RIP OFF and FAKE….. I enjoyed these woman writing me their undying love at first, some wrote pretty pornographic stuff in code, which was frankly both erotic and funny. The euphemisms they used were creative and or hilarious, wet flower, your dragon, etc. BTW they all used the same code which told me it was fake. Clearly the person was not a virgin. Some wrote me 100’s and 100’s of times. COST is outrageous. It is 10 credits or about $8 US I recall to read a fake letter or send a letter to a fake lady. You can NOT send any phone number or email contact info by $ 8 letter. You have to pop a gift letter in the $60 ball park. Next observation, suspicious, all ladies are very pretty and have professional “model” photos, were wearing what looked like the same clothes, in some cases same costumes. I have been to Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and Hong Kong on business. Let me be clear, Asian woman there are like woman anywhere all over world, running a wide spectrum of beauty. Most are average, and others are plain looking, very few are super attractive. Almost everyone of the woman is well above average in my opinion. Trust me this is not the case in Asia. The profiles are clearly fake with holes you drive a truck through. I got over 6,000 letters in a 6 month period from woman, many telling me long stories of their family or how much they loved me and were devoted. I saw one of the ladies who wrote me 100’s of times on-line available for chat. She was clueless of me or what she wrote me before. Another observation, some profiles are on at all strange hours of night and day… considering the +12 hour time zone difference. Think of it as fantasy entertainment or gambling, you know you are going to lose money. It stopped being fun and the 100’s of letters a month from all these woman was ridiculous, not normal or realistic. They started charging my PayPal with out permission and what prompted me to write this. To my surprise I saw a $9.99 charge from JAGA SMART TECH CORP… They are connected to Asian Date. It was my fault for not looking at my Paypal account and saw charges going back 7 months including a $2.99 charge to “test” the account. They use JAGA to isolate them from the wrath of PayPal, if the account is suspended by paypal. I called Jaga which lead me to Asian Date. I wrote all of them with no reply. I called Paypal canceled the auto draft. But I was still out $92. I filed a complaint for refund with PayPal, who denied my request at first. They said it was my agreement with Jaga Tech? I threw a fit PayPal refunded my money. That is how it works, they will scam you of money. Be forewarned. If you use credit card or paypal watch it like a hawk. It is a scam.

Greg about AsianDate
“The biggest $#*! I’ve ever seen”

I spend a lot of money on this site in almost 2 months. Morons you have to ask when there are problems don’t understand your questions. Blocked me four times and now the erased my account. Agreed with a lady that I would meet here in April or May, but addresses are not allowed in your letters. Now I think I have to fly to China and to aska local newspaper to help me because of this rubbish called Asiandate.com. If you want to waste your money please send it to my account and I will donate it to charity. What a complete $#*!!!
And if someone does not believe me I can send him 30 or 40 screenshots to prove it!
Herman Jansen The Netherlands

A normal strong password is not possible for this site. Already tried it several times. I’ve never had this kind of troubles in my entire life. Instead of a datingsite it becomes a little bit of a horror to me. Hope I can meet my date very soon so I can close this horrible episode on the internet. And please don’t misunderstand me, I’m not talking about the ladies.

 Herman about AsianDate
“Rip off almost nothing real”

If you value your sanity and your wallet do not go to this site. I made the mistake of coming here and regreted it every sense. You get charged for everything while ladies paid noting. There are ladies in here that are looking for a man for real but it is almost improssible to tell real ones from the gold diggers. It great for the ladies very bad for the men ladies have all kinds of resources to check on you or conceal they are even online. The ladies chat among themselves and learn about there marks it is just bad bad news stay away!!

 Michael about AsianDate
“Scam – just try to establish direct contact and you’ll know.”
I’ve been a big sucker for them for a long time; wasted thousands of dollars. The only way to get contact info is from a phone call …or “maybe” through a gift … I have done many calls with “ladies” to exchange email, phone, etc. But they slow down their speech enough to use up whatever credits remain on my account. Then, usually theinfo is fake. When it’s real, the email and/or phone are NOT their real emails and phone numbers. If you get one that works you’ll quickly learn the phone is never on, or never answered, and your emails are ignored – except for maybe 1 or 2 within days of your phone call to make you think it’s not a scam. But trust me, ALL the sweet talk is gone as soon as you get contact info – and they’ll never be in touch EXCEPT for on the site – where they’ll continue trying to get your attention.
Richard about AsianDate

11 thoughts on “Asian dating cheater

  1. Worst dating website ever. I registered on the website asiandating several years ago. But all profiles and girls here turned out to be fakes. They only replied and told to go the Yahoo messenger for something. They asked for money. And it immediately. It was real failure. I deleted my account and wanted to warn other people. This is scam. Don’t believe them and don’t provide personal info. Share this information.

  2. Don’t use this website, it’s just another scam. And it is obvious that most of the profiles here are fake. So, let me tell you how it works. First, you sign up, then you upload some pictures and complete your profile information. That’s when the game begins. Then some really attractive women start contacting you, but in case you want to answer you need to pay extra! And when you want to check “who viewed your profile” page you have to pay more extra! You will pay for everything thinking those girls are real. I want to tell you only one thing, remember that somewhere is a lonely fat sweaty guy who is sending you messages and pretends to be a girl. Really, have some common sense and avoid AsianDating! Thank you.

  3. This site is a total rip off, I met a lady on asiafriendfinder who suggested that we use” loveinhand” for translations, Im not sure she is a female but she sent pictures and had good love talk.But she seemed to talk a little in general, and sometimes didnt answer my questions, she also wont tell me her sisters address and phone number who lives here.I spent almost 1000$ that I didnt have to spend.She used the excuse that google was sometimes messy and hard to understand

  4. When I upgraded my membership to AsianDating.com to become paying member they accepted and took $34.95 right away from my visa card. 10 minutes of browsing and my account is cancelled by their computer. They apologized for the mistake but they asked me to pay another $34.95 to get back on my membership. After 1 month I am still trying to get my money back but they are just fooling me.

  5. Everything that has been said before is 1000% true! This site is a total scam cause they have fake women IM you as soon as you sign up. I have over 100 emails from women who never viewed my profile. $#*! this site and every Aussie who supports it!! You were a prison island to begin with doesn’t look like much has changed! $#*! off and die of cancer!!

  6. Please stop all with my adress and creditcard,
    you have invoiced me 9.99US$ without my
    autorization. I will never pay that in future, my contact with mastercard Corner banca Switzerland,
    will change my Card.
    Please stop all now on card *** 7136
    and pay back this amount

  7. I have been a member of Asian Date for about a year and a half. In that time I can tell you it was indeed a waste of my hard earned money for sure. The ladies get you to read and write letters as well as chat and video with them but that’s more expensive. When you want to get their personal info you have to go through a phone call which costs around 100 dollars. Once you get the email from the lady it might be real or fake but it’s usually at least 25 letters long. You can send an email but most of the time she won’t reply back or send about a sentence saying she’s to busy to write. Then the lady will either disappear off the site or if you go on the site you will notice she may have changed her name but is chatting with someone. Don’t DONT log in to chat it’s just not worth it. I found the perfect woman without really trying that hard. You want a really good woman wife or girlfriend? Then take a flight to the Philippines as soon as you can! I promise every day you will have a smile on our face and your money will go a very long way there plus you can get a great tan as well. I do hope this will help others like me who feel lonely or want a Asian wife making the mistake I did! Good luck in your search!

  8. Asian dating has many fraudulent ladies. Some ladies are lady boys and they don’t day so. Most ask for money. I was made aware by Western Union of a fraudulent member and saved $2K. Had already sent by bank wire more than $5K. Another instance Moneygram warned about the member by refusing to send money.
    Lastly, the paid members, mostly men are denied access due IMBRA form, but they have no protection from cheating lady members or Asiandating company. Cupid? Go figure! If you want honest ladies, do your home work as there are too many fake people. Good luck

  9. They used to be called AsianEuro.com. Now they are called AsianDating.com – same alleged scammers, different name. As soon as I upgraded to gold membership and paid them they suspended my account and won’t respond any inquiries. The support completely ignored me and only open to receive the payment. As soon as payment is received you are out of luck! Fake members, who work for the company email you canned messages all the time. Some of them attempt to look real, but they are not. Nothing like google.com, life.com, banknotes.com or whatever. You know, the new bing.com search engine they have beautiful pictures on the homepage, so Asiandating.com has nothing like that. Take your chances.

    Tip for consumers: I am trying to get my money back from them. I emailed their “support” at team@cupidmedia.com or team@asiandating.com and called them, but no response for days and weeks and no one picks up the phone. They took my money and IMPUDENTLY left me stranded without access to my account and no refund!

  10. Before i parted with any money i got 30 replies YOOOOHHHO was i lucky or what Rubbish was i lucky also i was getting emails from people (women) who where supposed TO BE ONLINE and still AWAKE at 4.40 am their time NO WAY AVOID this site

  11. Dear Madam/Sir.
    In reply to your message,
    I have to mention that: all those words are my real experience at that SCAM site Asian date.com & I am really angry with them for cheating thousands of people, now if there
    is any similarity between your site name & theirs, it is not my or other members fault,
    because one of you have copied the others name. For non-English spoken people there
    is not any difference between names of :” Asian dating or Asian date,” it is because dating
    can be” ing form of date , so any member of these two sites can be confused by those same names,
    therefore, if you think that your business name is stolen by them , you would better to offer
    a petition to the court & ask them to change their site name .

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