Zoosk dating scammers

zoosk dating scammers

I have been a "subscriber" to zoosk for a week and can totally relate to the comments of other dissatisfied users. I too got curious after browsing the site, not being allowed to message anyone until I "subscribed". I paid for one month just to try it out. So far I haven't been able to have any sort of communication with even one of the 20 some odd women I sent a hi to. I've called customer support 3 times now and still no results. And don't even bother using their email address to contact them. 4 emails still go unanswered. Last night all my profile pics mysteriously got deleted. OMG! Never again.

And that cute girl kept viewing me every few hours and after a while I reasoned either she was completely oblivious she could message me or I was getting played by my emotions because a fake account that was supposedly online kept viewing me which probably wasn't the case. Makes me sick because as the saying goes you can't put a price on love and unfortunately in this case I lost some money to what has to be the most dishonest dating site ever. Feel like such an idiot for giving them so much of my money but I never heard of a dating site scamming people before so I fell for it.

They were responsive to my inquiries. I can honestly say that I was very lucky. A beautiful lady found me on this site and we are having a blast getting to know each other and becoming really good friends. She is truly amazing.

I joined for one month only. Before the month expired I cancelled my subscription anyway online. However I did not deactivate my account. To my surprise and horror after one month had passed Zoosk charged debited me for another month. So I went online and to my horror found out my subscription activated itself miraculously! After several attempts to deactivate it, I finally succeeded. This time I also deactivated my account. Because if there is no account it cannot be reactivated. WARNING: Be aware of Zoosk's unethical and criminal practices!

I signed up with Zoosk and it worked for awhile. Then my account was hacked by some guy named Davis. I complained and they would write me back and call me Davis. I told them that I WAS NOT DAVIS and that Davis was hacking my account. So they canceled my subscription and asked me if I wanted to re-sign up and PAY THEM AGAIN. THEY SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN AND FINED!!!

Maybe it's coincidence, but I have never met such a bunch of rude ** as when going on dates from this site--I'm gay, it was a "guy to guy" match. One in particular has made me stay away from dating probably forever. These sites, Zoosk included, are just another way to rip off the pathetic public.

Just signed on for 3 months to Zoosk. A person could wear out 'puter' mouse on this site. Shows me men who are interested in me and gives me the options of "Yes/No/Maybe". All well and good if I could figure out how to search their profiles and read up on them. Again as with ALL personals sites. Why is not a sufficient amount of basic data required to be completed. As in: Status (married/separated, divorced, widowed, etc). I'd like to see political preference in a person. Also what a person is seeking would be great - Friendship, Companionship, Marriage "what??"

Hello, I wanted to let you know about a slew of scam profiles posted as bait in AmericanSingles.com . Scammers are using for their mail Crosswinds.net , also may be Bigfoot.com or any other free service. The postings from Ukraine, in particular Lugansk are a mine field of scam profiles. The agency of Translation will contact you with your first or second letter requesting money for translations. Be warned. I have hit on several, mostly for fun after I was taken the first time. These are not real women....its Yuri.

Thanks Again! 

Steve

You may want to let others know about this and if they have suspicions, try 
the multiple name game.

I had already registered with an agency when I came across your site. I had just begun corresponding with a woman from Ukraine when in her 2nd letter she asked for money for correspondence. I said "no" and in her next letter she did everything from pleading to insults to questioning my manhood if I didn't send the money. I already knew she was scamming, but your site informed me of some other scams I hadn't thought of. I don't have her email address anymore, if I had known about your site earlier I would have saved it. Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine. Her partial email (from what I remember) was lora@poltava.net sure the rest. I am now informing the agency and will see what their reaction is.

Below is a copy of an email from Tatiana Botvinkina
( honesty@sat.poltava.ua ).  She is already listed on your page; this time she has a daughter Liza.

I would like to tell about a possible scam I have been a part of. I was writing to a girl named Alenochka from Victoria Tours agency.

We wrote to each other for about a month. I asked several times for Alenochka's full name, address, phone number, and where she worked. I was never able to get that information from her. Alenochka finally asked me if I would be willing to help her out with her fees and I agreed. I sent $100 to her agency director through Western Union. The Director told me the money would be used according to my directions.

I again sent an email to Victoria Tours about the other add I have found. I have yet to hear back from this agency. I have sent several emails to them and they will not answer me back. I am a lucky person to hear about scams only after losing $100. Below I will put the information about the agency.



Zoosk.com Nigerian Dating Scam

Hello, I wanted to let you know about a slew of scam profiles posted as bait in AmericanSingles.com . Scammers are using for their mail Crosswinds.net , also may be Bigfoot.com or any other free service. The postings from Ukraine, in particular Lugansk are a mine field of scam profiles. The agency of Translation will contact you with your first or second letter requesting money for translations. Be warned. I have hit on several, mostly for fun after I was taken the first time. These are not real women....its Yuri.

Thanks Again! 

Steve

You may want to let others know about this and if they have suspicions, try 
the multiple name game.

I had already registered with an agency when I came across your site. I had just begun corresponding with a woman from Ukraine when in her 2nd letter she asked for money for correspondence. I said "no" and in her next letter she did everything from pleading to insults to questioning my manhood if I didn't send the money. I already knew she was scamming, but your site informed me of some other scams I hadn't thought of. I don't have her email address anymore, if I had known about your site earlier I would have saved it. Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine. Her partial email (from what I remember) was lora@poltava.net sure the rest. I am now informing the agency and will see what their reaction is.

Below is a copy of an email from Tatiana Botvinkina
( honesty@sat.poltava.ua ).  She is already listed on your page; this time she has a daughter Liza.

I would like to tell about a possible scam I have been a part of. I was writing to a girl named Alenochka from Victoria Tours agency.

We wrote to each other for about a month. I asked several times for Alenochka's full name, address, phone number, and where she worked. I was never able to get that information from her. Alenochka finally asked me if I would be willing to help her out with her fees and I agreed. I sent $100 to her agency director through Western Union. The Director told me the money would be used according to my directions.

I again sent an email to Victoria Tours about the other add I have found. I have yet to hear back from this agency. I have sent several emails to them and they will not answer me back. I am a lucky person to hear about scams only after losing $100. Below I will put the information about the agency.