I discovered True.com on the internet and I posted my profile joined for free and began to search the ladies profiles. I did not plan to pay a fee to contact any lady until I discovered a lady that I was attracted to. On my personal profile I posted what type lady I would want for a wife. After a week or ten days I was not able to find the type lady I was searching for. Then...."surprise"....I get a notice from True.com that a certain lady was interested in me. I read that ladies profile and she was "exactly" what I was searching for.....asian, correct height, correct weight, Catholic, no children, etc. So I immediately paid $53.29 for a membership and then I wrote a letter to the asian lady using True.com's message service. The next morning I received a letter from True.com saying that the asian lady's profile was no longer available. In my opinion True.com read my profile to discover what type lady I was searching for and then they created a phony profile of a lady in order for me to pay and join their dating site. The lady never existed. I am sure this is a scam they are working every day in order to con men out of money. When I contacted them by phone they offered to extend my membership......since the lady "no longer was available". I refused.
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