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December 2010 was when I met this man on match.com..I found out when doing an initial inquiry Jan 2012 this site is one of several known for scammers.Since then I have pulled away any from dating sites. no more means no more.. I don't think there is enough screening being done, what really ticks me off is the nerve of posting stolen photos and impersonating that person. The icing on the cake was caving in when I was adamant that I would not have a long distance relationship. Boundaries need to be respected. Be careful with yourself, guard your heart and your integrity.Yes, after I posted his pic thinking he wasn't on here and had it redirected to the right place. Sooooo frustrated with match.com right now! Since that first one almost had me (or my $) I've now had FIVE more men claim to be a resident of the U.S., in my state but "on business" either in or around Africa! Or they started using the old Am instead of I'm or I am. One today immediately started asking me what I did for a living. I could sure tell he read my profile! I told him I was unemployed and no more on the IM. That's something else I'm doing differently is NOT giving out my email keeping it all through match's system. I'm just mad because I paid money for this service and feel like I'm being scammed by match.com!!
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