Very interesting. In almost all the profiles (perhaps 8 out of 10) the same, or similar grammatical mistakes occur, for example "your" instead of "you're" or "you are" as in "hope your still single, " or some such thing, leading one to believe that the solicitation were written by the same individual (lady or guy). So the cautionary bells went off in my mind. In addition, in almost every case, the female who submitted the profile was, in each and every instance, attractive, sexy, enticing, desireable. Certainly in the ballpark of fulfillment of one's fantasies. Moreover, these subjects in almost every instance, listed in the southern part of the state, none of whom were even near my area. Not one female was of the "ordinary" or average category, i.e,
a plain jane or overweight. I had been a member of this outfit once before, cancelling after one monthof in-activity (not receiving any replies in kind.) But recently, an unsolicited msg came in to my yahoo e-mail box that looked particularly enticing, so I thought, what the hell, let's give it a shot. At last count, over 200 were received. All expressed an interest, sight unseen; which tells me that it's not authentic, but bogus. So, luckily I came across these comments while checking out amateurmatch's site on google. And there were numerous instances of legal action taken against Deniro Marketing. Poor Robert De Niro, having his name appropriated by an outfit like this! As some responder pointed out, the pictures were likely taken from a porn site. All in all,
who's kidding whom?
I hope sufficient complaints come in causing the authorities in California to move against these people, Henning, et al. Unfortunately, there are so many others out there that it won't put a stop to this kind of thing.