This of course means it's time to pay up in order to read any emails you get from the women sending messages to you.
Of course we never purchased a membership because we knew there was fraudulent activities going on.
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The "Ambassadors" are used for a variety of reasons."Ambassadors" are used to send out phony emails that appear to be coming from real women, when they are clearly not being sent from any real human.
Instant messages are another area that are used to deceptively make you believe that you are getting messages from an interested female.
Not surprisingly we found enough shady business going on to write another Dating Busters report outlining how the deception operates.
We can prove that the site operates in a fraudulent manner because all the information you need to make your own judgment is available for you to read in section 11 under "Service Features". It specifically states that they use something called "Ambassadors" (fake profiles created by the site owners).
And the saddest part about this is that In section 11 they have a paragraph that states "You release Company from any liability to You in any manner relating to Your interaction or communications with an Ambassador." So they are stating that you cannot come after them legally for the deceptive use of "Ambassadors".
They are trying to scam people but you can't sue them!
All the evidence is in black and white and available to read directly on their site, so there is really not much more to discuss.
This site operates in a misleading manor using fake women to rip people off.