Scams letters from dating aedating 4
If you are paying per message, someone is earning a living off you.
It is a corporate scam, not something an individual could operate on his own.Just this time, in case of PPL pseudo-dating sites, you are fed not streamy stories, but tales of love and devotion. But owners of PPL sites try to convince you it is ‘for real’, not fake. She was hired to do precisely that: To be the scam bait. Lots of these girls are promised money and “passive income” and they never get anything, or get little in the beginning, and then their photos just keep being used, sold and resold, and they can’t even control it. Everyone is being defrauded, except the guys on top who designed it and keep getting mega-profits from it.On our site, Elenasmodels.com, men are not paying per letter — and never have been. I have written so much about the subject, I have nothing new to say.There are no genuine women who are writing their own letters only to the men they like and not being paid for that, on PPL sites.