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Complete scam don't spend your moneyl Wish I'd read this earlier.... I sure do wish I had stumbled across this site a few weeks back!!! I should have remembered the old adage "if it looks to good to be true, it probably is" As I said my experiences have been similar, I have gotten quite a few responses and contacts, which all request an e-mail to their hotmail or yahoo accounts.

I joined a couple days ago, and have been having the same experience. ..want to get my credit card to chat outside the site. Those that I have e-mailed off site, then reply that I need to contact them through another site. Tough as nails Same experience a month later, it is a big fake. I was a member since day one they opened the site, its part of Web Date if you look at the set up of both websites you can see and its the same and its own by the same person.

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On our site men pay for the opportunity to communicate with the girls.

LOL - I kept seeing the fling logo and figured I would check out the scam. The most posted photo was/is the Argentine web model Keira Agustina's photo.

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