When you think you’ve met the perfect partner through an online dating website or app, but the other person is using a fake profile to form a relationship with you.They’re using the site to gain your trust and ask you for money or enough personal information to steal your identity.Not only could I search by my age (meaning, does the lady in question want to date someone my age?) but also her age, country of residence, smoking habits, height range, weight range, whether or not she has kids, her English proficiency, hair color, whether or not she’s got a birthday coming up, her Video Date status, and more.Everything you could possibly want (and more) is listed along the left side of each page, including information about Romance Tours (traveling to foreign countries to potentially meet a mate), Virtual Gifts, ‘Video Dates’, and more.The search features surprised me while working on this Anastasia Date review.Signing up is quick and easy, taking only a few seconds to plug in your name, email address and password, or through Facebook.
Anastasia Date accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Pay Pal and Skrill.
So while this Anastasia Date review gets a general thumbs-up, there are a few things to take note of before jumping in.
Single women can’t even sign up for the site; they’ve got to go through a completely different application process to confirm they do live in Russia, and also have their profiles and emails monitored to make sure the ladies aren’t trying to circumvent the system or scam the paying male members.
Alternatively they may prey on your sympathies, telling you a family member or someone else they are responsible for is ill and they need money for medical treatment.
Once you send them money, the fraudsters will keep coming back and invent new reasons to send them more.
They may have arranged to visit you, but need money to pay for the flight or visa.