I've been checking loveme.com out for a while and they seem legit to me. I wrote a reply on this in another forum recently.
"A Foreign Affair interests me for several reasons: the company appears to be one of the founding online businesses (since 1995); their profile list is probably the largest of all; the client comments are extensive and very positive toward service; and now, being an international introductions service, they also have matchmaking services. Another positive for me; they boast to have offices in every city and country where introduction tours are offered. Their introduction tours take place in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Quite extensive."
I'm sure there are many scams in the introduction/dating industry. A Foreign Affair isn't one of them, I believe.
Women don't have to be single to scam you. I think it's part of their DNA to play games on men, especially if they are married. Have you ever caught the conversations women have in their families regarding men? They play 'Lucy Games' just like Lucille Ball did on Desi. They will use words that seem neutral and then the meaning comes out and it's all a big mind *uck to get their men to do what they want. They are taught from an early age that if they want something they need to play the female game to get it. That's why they use makeup and low cut blouses, tight jeans, etc. Women are scammers from the first to the last. Even mother Theresa was probably a scammer in her own way to get what she believed she needed. It doesn't matter if they are european or latina, asian or african. They scam, and we get scammed.
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