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If you are a man in your 40s or 50s and you're "pinged" by a hot looking woman in her 30s, chances are it's either a scam artist from Ghana, or an Eastern European cam girl looking to rip off credit card numbers. Zoosk shakes you down and nickel dimes you to death. Bring back the good old days of people getting introduced by friends and people actually putting themselves out there to approach people in person when interested! After having put in the requisite search time, and opening with an individual greeting, I received a total of only 8 responses..three of those were hurtful and rude.It's almost like being strong armed on a street, being taken by your ankles and having your head smacked against a sidewalk until every last nickel and dime bounces out of your pockets. I have been on this site on and off for a few years. You are better off trying to find someone at the grocery store. Are shown profiles of all women when I asked to receive profiles of a limited group. They couldn't even put more effort than that into making fake profiles to make it seem like there's actually girls on there.Zoosk has layer after layer of ala carte "extra" charges that pop up AFTER you're charged for your subscription. I have only met two semi-legitimate people on here that I dated for some time. In the last month, I have been approached by many men. When I get a notification that says “she wants to meet you” and send a response, I never hear anything from the person. This site is a waste of time, money and should be banned! Also, they double the price, once our about to check out, with a hidden "activation fee".Ten bucks per month to guarantee she can read and reply to your message. To send "gifts", cute little icons to hope you get noticed. I say semi-legitimate because while most of their profiles were accurate, they both lied about their age and exaggerated and/or their profiles were inaccurate about other items. Some that I might have been interested in turned out to be scammers, yes, there is a way to determine this. And 50% of the men who have contacted me claim they are widowed. Yesterday I WAS approached by a handsome, interesting man from Newport. If I mention in a response to a person that I doubt the authenticity of Zoosk; that person disappears from my connections. They, as well as all other online dating should be investigated. The site will sent me messages, supposedly from other users, to my email. I was happy with the dating site when I was a member. Besides that, their search filters and settings are crap.
I thought, "Gee, I better get on there already and start making dates." Also, as I was deciding whether to subscribe or not, the SAME chick kept checking out my profile over and over. Many of whom have supposedly viewed my profile multiple times. They want you to pay extra so anyone can respond regardless of membership. It's a complete and utter joke, all they focus on is how they can squeeze more money from you, you can even click the option to not renew, and they will just renew you anyway, then if you cancel they give you the runaround, you can even call anyone to resolve the issue.
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