Unsuccessful Tinder dates

The model told about the most unsuccessful Tinder dates

The British model, 26-year-old Jodie Weston, told about her the most unsuccessful dates with guys through the dating application Tinder, reports Daily Mirror.

The lady said that in just two weeks she went on three different dates, and each of them was terrible. The meeting was in a bar in London. However, the man, she dated with, loved swinging in a chair. He did this and at one moment he could not resist so fell to the floor face forward. 

Another date was at the cinema, the couple planned to watch the horror film “The Purge”. Although, at the entrance to the auditorium Weston heard a woman’s scream. It turned out that it was the wife of a man who she dated with. “I did not know that he was married. I just had time to get popcorn and soda, so I was ready to watch the movie, and suddenly found myself in the lobby between the unfaithful husband and his angry wife,” the model explained.

Jodie mentioned that the most remarkable date was with a strange man. One day he came to her house and presented a dog of the Chihuahua breed. Weston said that the boyfriend was very upset when she refused to take the gift and left her. After some time, she found out that the pet died, after that the lady decided to stop communicating with the guy. However, he tried to get into her house several more times. One of the attempts ended with the guards of the residential complex, the guards had to take the guy out by force. He managed to give her a big teddy bear that still lives at her house.

Dating mistake costs millions

One Man Decided to Find Love on the Internet and Lost Millions

In January 2019 one man from India complained to the police after he had paid a total of at least 4.6 million rupees (66150$) for arranging a date with a girl. Unfortunately, he never got what he was promised to. The 65-year-old man tried to get the money back himself, but when he realized that he had been tricked, he went to the police. He told that in May 2018 he visited the Locanto website, this site provides users different services, some of them are publishing dating ads.

“I clicked on the line where it was written ‘entertainment’, and I was asked to register on another website. When I finished the registration, a woman, whose name was Mira, called me. She sent me some pictures of three girls and suggested to choose the one I liked. When I did this, she said that it was necessary to pay 25.5 thousand rupees (367$) to meet a girl, and she said that in future I would be able to meet with that girl for the whole year,” the man explained to the police.

According to the man, they also took extra money for different additional services, including 82.5 thousand rupees (1186$) for not giving his number to anyone else, 285 thousand (4100$) for the contract with the girl for one year and 550 thousand (7900$) – for the verification of his profile. Later he was sent the number of a girl whose name was Rosie (Rosy). He explained the police that he spoke with her only a couple of times and did not meet in person as it was promised in the very beginning.

Lot of negative reviews about the site, where he found Rosy, made the man think that he could be tricked by the resource. He asked to give the money back to him. Mira promised to do this before January 10th, 2019. However, the man never received a refund, Mira and Rosie stopped answering him and only after that the Indian man went to the police.

A real face of Russian Cupid

Recently I found a review about Elenas Models from disappeared site in the Internet. Actually I showed interest to this article not because it reflects all advantages of Elena’s Models agency, but it was presented as author’s personal negative experience with Anastasia Date and RussianCupid – Elena’s Models’ main competitors. I am quoting here:

Pricing
Selection of girls
Ease of use
Anti scammer filtering
Additional Services
Value to customer

Since other bloggers recommend Russian Cupid so much, and state that it is better than Elena’s Models. I have a different opinion, I decided that I would state the facts and prove my point : RussianCupid is infested with scammers and it’s a complete waste of time.

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Elena’s Models Review From Pseudo “honest” User was found

Recently I found a review about Elenas Models in my archives. However, this article is not simple.

Why? I can make 2 suggestions. Either some Marc wanted to earn money on Elena’s Models 🙂 His site doesn’t exist any more, perhaps a “big scams-heavyweight” put a crimp into his work. I guess that the heart of the matter lies in Elena’s Models’ conditions that this agency dictates on online dating market:

  • Your website should have its own traffic source, and not attempt to highjack traffic for the keywords “Elenas Models” or “ElenasModels.com”.

  • You are not allowed to use our registered trademark in your URL or mega tags.

  • If you have a genuine, independent review website that publishes users feedback, you cannot be a member of Elena’s Models partner program or receive affiliate payouts.

  • Except for Elena’s Models supplied banners, photo billboards, and links, any use of out registered trademark should be approved by us in writing.

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