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as I've discussed in my post about sucky subject lines. I need a little effort put into a message." So, as we can see, the selection of decent guys on the site are few and far between, though her POF date#3 seemed to be a winner despite owning a Porshe Boxster S (apparently that's a turn-off?

"One guy actually referred to me as "sweetpea." I haven't been responding to the majority of the messages, and I haven't received a decent message yet. ) Romi from Romi had an excursion on Plenty of Fish back in October which resulted in some humorous blog posts, but she basically concluded at the end that all she found were duds.

Also, it appears that both Saving Diva and Romi experienced the same thing I had when I set up the fake profile and received tons and tons of garbage messages with ridiculous short sited subject lines like; Another problem that is pretty apparent to me is the lying. When you setup a Plenty of Fish profile you have to realize that the intent is to eventually meet other people in real life.

And when your first impression to that person is of being a liar then you are off to a really bad start.

or those that insist in a aggressive way to buy products or services from them which you never need.

And you, blind of love, thinking about that beautiful young woman, are an easy potential victim for them.

But if this and all our other information is not enough for you to feel yourself 'well prepared' and certain then you always can decide to provide yourself with more information, tools or services.

Lately, I've been stumbling across some blog posts by some women who are out in the dating scene looking for potential male suitors.

Along with Dating Diva, she also received a lot of crappy email messages: "I find that every time I enter the site and cruise around, there are five emails waiting after only a couple of minutes.

What this means of course is sifting through a lot of crap, such as: ”Hey baby”—crap, “Can I see more pictures?

Perhaps their introduction or 'About-Us' pages or other relevant pages could give you some background information of this specific Dating Agency, which could give you a 'good' or perhaps 'wrong' feeling about this site and their services.

Also try to find out if they are a member of the Anti Scam Program.

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