What kind of dating site is pof
We are both so thankful to this site for helping us find each other.
It honestly is a great site to utilize and I strongly recommend it. I signed up with POF a short time ago and received a great amount of attention.
Ladies, please be aware of persons that live in other countries or say they are in the military. Make sure the person writing you can spell correctly and also knows how to use the English language in correct sentences.
They are scammers and are trying to talk to you offline. Moments after I completed a profile for "Plenty of Fish"/I was contacted (via the app) by an escort service.
10% are transexuals posed as females (Be careful guys, some of them advertise themselves as real women).
5% are average looking women that may be able to establish a conversation and would like to meet you. And by the way, any women 7 and above on the scale will get hundred of emails from men, and since POF only show 10 messages per page, your odds to get read are zero to none. In 10 attempts to log in (on different days), I may get in half the time or less. Even when I did change my password it didn't recognize the new one. I've messaged them twice about this with no response.
Today I can truly say we are still married going on eight years in a marvelous and wonderful relationship!
Harvard Business School graduate, Mark Brooks, has been an expert in the Internet dating business since 1998.I was duped twice and the second time I was blackmailed and they wanted 3000 dollars for some pictures I shared (nothing X Rated). I figured this was normal, and pushed on to find some real singles to talk to.What I found was profile after profile of women who simply do not exist. They promise debt relief, or tell you you've won something, or that you're approved for a credit card from "The VISA-Mastercard Company".You write them a message, and they reply back with a message (rife with typos) asking you to sign up for another service so you can "hook up". Before downloading this app, I hardly ever got calls from telemarketers; maybe once or twice a month. I've had the same phone number for over fifteen years, and I really don't want to change it, but today with telemarketers using special algorithms so they call from a different phone number every time, there's absolutely no way to block them.
The most frustrating part about all of this is that when asked for my phone number "to confirm my account", specifically stated that they do not sell your information to third-party companies; that is fraud!
You can't even send a message to Marcus, the alleged founder, as he is also a bot. And also POF have a bad habit about monitoring every inch of all your inbox conversations as well as your pictures and they would always send reminders not to say or do this or that or you risk being removed permanently from their site. POF used to be great about a decade ago (I met my wife of 9 years there and went in countless dates with women). I am a 6-7 looking male in my early 40s and I can summarize my experience as: 30% are superficial immature women looking for a Tall Brad Pitt that makes 250k (they stay on the site for AGES waiting, and waiting).