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Elite Meeting/Meeting Millionaires

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Fake members on expensive dating site

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Hi. There is a dating site currently named EliteMeeting.com It was formerly called MeetingMillionaires.com (had to change it because of their bad reputation. They'll probably be changing it again bcz people like me are on too them and telling everyone). Please be aware of this site. It employs the old dating site trick: putting up a lot of beautiful women/men or successful men to lure you to pay the large fee to be able to contact them or read their email. PROBABLY 95% OF THE MEMBERS ARE FAKE.
I JUST signed up and got 1 or 2 emails a day from very attractive people. Their cheapest mebership is $60 for 1 month! Can you believe this? The owner is trying to become a millionaire/billionaire off this. This is the most expensive dating site membership ever.
I HAVE NOT been scammed by them. Because I did not fall for all these members emailing me (I have a very high scam-o-meter : ) I was too smart and suspicious. But I am posting this to WARN anyone of this dating site.

Also here is a link to a site where others are complaining about this dating site: http://www.daterater.org/Niche-Interest-reviews/MeetingMillionaires.com/review484.html

And remember the trick to avoiding scams? If someone contacts you or you sign up to a company (you feel could be a scam) google their/it name. Do all varitations. If they are a scam you may definitely find someone talking about them/it on a website. The internet can be a bad place, but it can be good and work to your advantage too.
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N  6th of Apr, 2013 by    0 Votes
Tai Lopez: http://www.tailopez.com/about/ http://vimeo.com/36572789 http://vimeo.com/54497280
See the photo of the admin (TLO) and see the matchmaker on the first page? http://www.myspace.com/deconstructlife http://www.myspace.com/meetingmillionaires/photos
Google: Bryce Traper, Andy Houlihan, Ian Jensen, Josh Weiss, Ruben Champell, Shaldon Drobot, ...
A  22nd of May, 2013 by    0 Votes
for me i though this website millionairemeeting.com is fake..i try to join this site about 4 month for free and i got many email from attractive men but i have to pay for read their email.I observed all man from California.The staff of this site try to contact me for paid but i try to make bargain with them..first they gave me discount 20% after 50% the last now 90% lol..then i never pay because have many website dating for free..
N  3rd of Oct, 2013 by    0 Votes
I have gotten hundreds of e-mails from this site meetingmillionaire.com and I haven't read any of 'em, I was offered a discount up to 80%, but I can't make up my mind, if i really want to be a member. Reading all the bad reviews is very alarming...I dont know what to say...really.

Imelda Basilio Sevilleja
A  9th of Oct, 2013 by    0 Votes
yes, i paid the membership too . in the end all the emails where generic... be careful out there!!
N  9th of Oct, 2013 by    0 Votes
beware of JUSTMILLIONAIRE.COM-- a sister company
N  9th of Oct, 2013 by    0 Votes
If you are Not sure "Where MONEY IS GOING TO", YOU SHOULD not pay:Many Elite Dating Websites are
Using Fake Means.
A  25th of Nov, 2013 by    0 Votes
I wanted to warn people about this fake web site. Like most people are saying, the minute you sign in, even before posting your picture, suddenly they are interested in you! Tons of hot guys (not normal compared to all the fuglies on the MANY free web sites). While browsing these pics of hot men, chats pop up trying to talk to me. I admit, I was dumb, I signed up for the free trial, and tried to respond back to the chats (took about 5 mins) and suddenly these men weren't interested in talking to me. WTF? The emails stopped, too. The guys that did email me, I wrote them back, not one response? HAH! I'm so hot why aren't they responding back to the girl they emailed!?

Like someone else said, I noticed the same profiles would pop up interested in me when I was no longer a member. Don't waste your money. They are all fake!!
A  22nd of Dec, 2013 by    +1 Votes
Yes, this site is all fake as much as I'm concerned. I was joining them up couple of years ago, but did not pay the fee. Was getting loads of emails from hot guys which I could not open. After some time it stopped, but started again from time to time reminding me that I have a profile active which I simply did not borther to delete. Until I was stupid enough to pay the membership recently that was on discounted rate. The price were in US dollars, but when I actually was paying it appeared as Euros!! CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS!!! As soon I noticed I called my bank to stop the payment, Unfortunately it had gone through already. I then emailed the customer service and asked to cancel my membership and pay me back my money. They were giving me stupid excuses and offered to give me couple of free months instead ha! I was trying to get my money back which I have not succeeded simply because they stopped replying me! I am looking the leagal action against them now and god help me that I can find some means to get my money back. This site should be eliminated! I dont know how its even possible that they still exist?? Aftter millions of reports about them which I sadly read too late.. My advise is DO NOT JOIN THIS SITE EVER!!!
A  25th of Jan, 2014 by    +1 Votes
New to the internet 'dating' scene and glad to have been so pedatic about it. This site is a huge scam. I created a free profile and took 2 days to find a profile pic I wanted to use. The next time I logged on, to my surprise, a pic had been put on for me. I'd love to be a blond, blue-eyed bombshell, but seriously?? Talk about secure access. While looking at different guys, there were 3 'super model' looking guys, from totally different parts of the country who not only have the same job, interests, personality and read the same books, but are part-time professional trumpet players as well. This considering there were 39 guys listed in my country, this is highly improbable. Scam, scam, scam!
A  4th of Feb, 2014 by    +1 Votes
I agree it's a scam. I got all these hot men (odd since all the other dating sites are UGLY Fuglies. I know I'm not the sexiest woman alive, so suddenly all these hot men are contacting me? I thought, ok give it a shot - paid for it and suddenly they stop writing to me and NONE of them responded! NONE! The ones who are happy on this site are probably the owner and working posing at fake happy people. Buyer beware!
A  12th of Feb, 2014 by    +1 Votes
Hello..finally I find out a place where people is angry with this website as I am. I am from Colombia. Sign up too and unfortunatly pay for a month becuase of the "discount" they offered me.. But inmediatly I said I wanted stop monthly billing but keep my profile active, but for my surprise they didnt respect that and I check my bank account and they took another payment without permision..they stole my money and I couldnt do anything. Right now I cancel my suscription. So..wanna warn all people dont use this website. Beside I am agree almost profiles there are fake.
A  19th of Mar, 2014 by    0 Votes
Update. After cancelling my subscription they still took payments from me! I then deleted my profile and advised my bank about their fraud but they still keep going!! My bank says they have to pay money out but refund me the cost. I wonder do I have to keep paying them forever! Countless emails to their costumer service without reply. Its not only scam but real FRAUD!
N  21st of Mar, 2014 by    0 Votes
Internet dating is a massive game shifting paradigm to favour women, sure a few guys might get lucky,
but the odds are incredible. These sites never listen to mens complaints, and all of them create fake womens profiles to sucker men into paying.
Internet dating was a 90's fad that is over as a matchmaking service.
While Internet dating may work for a lucky few, lets remember human communication is 90% non verbal,
so stick to the real world.
Women would have more suitable choices looking at the line up of single men at a sandwich subway line.
Working single men mostly buy their lunch.
N  6th of Apr, 2014 by    0 Votes
I joined MeetingMillionaires (also known as Elite) over a year ago. Tylo (he was calling himself at the time), IMed me every day to get me to join by offering "limited time" discount offers to become a paying member. I was receiving a very heavy stream of messages every day prior to joining. I was very skeptical this was a scam, but I wanted to try it out anyway (I believe I got off close to 40% off for one month trail). As soon as I joined, all the e-mails stopped. I didn't receive a single message back from a member who wrote me prior. I should have questioned that something was off when I repeatedly viewed one man's profile...and his income increased every day or two that I checked (again, prior to joining). I cancelled my membership long before it expired and complained to Tylo that this whole site was a scam and I already found one guy on facebook who said that someone stole his photo(s) and info and posted on that site, but couldn't get anyone to take it down. It showed that the cancellation went through on their site, and would not be charged for any additional months. Low and behold, I checked my bank statement, and they had removed another month (full charge) to my account. I called my bank right away and told them they did not have the authority to do so, and read pages and pages of complaints online about them being a scam. My bank tried to contact the website via phone, and nobody would call them back. The bank refunded the money, and told me to close the account/open a new one, so they could no longer pull funds out again. The ### people who come on here and say it's not a scam, either runs/works for the site, or paid the site enough money for them to throw you a bone or two. After all, I'm sure there are more than a few real people who get drawn to the site, just like me, who they can set up with in certain areas. It doesn't make this site legitimate. Most of the profiles are fake !!!
A  5th of Aug, 2014 by    0 Votes
I have had similar experience with multiple sites. The "Daily Matches" are usually way out of the parameters I set. OurTime sends out 'flirts' and 'views' from members who never sent them. Cheaper sites like the Latina oriented Amour.com and Amigos.com are rife with profiles that the member hasn't visited for over 6 months. There has to be some legit aspect of these sites, but in my experience they have all resorted to more questionable tactics since the economy has declined. They will do anything they can to try and retain members. And if last years news report of the woman who was hired by a popular dating site to create 150 fake profiles in 24 hours, isn't enough proof for anyone, I don't know what is. The entire industry could use a good shakedown.
N  25th of Nov, 2015 by    0 Votes
EliteSingles.com is a scam
when I cancelled my subscription within 24 hours of starting it, they continued to try and charge me for a years membership !! They now say I owe them 415 Euros!! Not only that, but you only get about 5 matches - Ever.
Most profiles are not real - generated by bots.
load of rubbish.

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