ED Magedson – Founder
user myYMisCutekitty061 on www.youdatelink.comInternet USA
user myYMisCutekitty061 on www.youdatelink.com owned by PayTech B.V scammed me by claiming she needed a deposit to verify the date with management Internet
For some reason I found yourdatelink.com and figured I'd give it a shot because you could chat at least for a few times a day for free. Slowly I started realizing there were a lot of beautiful women from Ohio or Illinois who were trapped in Nigeria or Ghana, and just needed some help to get out. I should have just walked away at that point, but I got contacted by a girl with who called herself Staphanie and she happened to be in town for a couple nights and wanted to go on a date. So we traded yahoo IM and chatted for a while, she sent me pictures that looked amazing, then once we started talking about meeting up, she said that she's a model and in order to be able to go on a date I needed to place a deposit that was refundable to verify the date and alllow her to go. I must have had too many beers and after some convincing she even sent me what was supposedly a picture of her drivers licence trying to convince me it was legit and I just need to deposit $150. [continued below]....
**After being ripped off I started doing some digging. I'd say about 95% of all women I spoke with on yourdatelink.com were attractive young white girls who got stranded in Ghana or Nigeria by their ex-boyfriend (they didn't even change the script, every girl was using the same story!). Even more concerning is every girl I spoke with sent me pictures were pictures of photo models or porn stars or known scammers. So if you go on to yourdatelink.com for about 5 min's, ask to exchange pics, and then paste them into images.google.com, they will almost definitely show up as professional models or nude models pictures. While it's my own fault and the girl could have been acting alone, the sheer volume and smilarity of these scams all being nearly exactly the same (cute girl trapped in ghana, cute girl unemployed in Ohio using porn star pics needing money for rent) makes me believe that the site is an organized scam that orchestrates the whole thing. Otherwise why not try to stop the fraud? And why are all the scams exactly the same on the site? I'll leave law enforcement to figure that out, but you can tell Pay Tech B.V. is very used to being called out on fraud and isn't afraid of it (because that's there business... scamming gullable men out of money). Here's a big disclaimer on Pay Tech's billing customer service page to give you an idea how much they care about their customers being scammed..**
under U.S.C. Title 18 Section 1029
We do investigate and prosecute all false claims regarding unauthorized use of credit cards. If you falsely claim that a charge was unauthorized we will use all means necessary to investigate you. If we find that your claim does not have merit we will contact you and prosecute you.
Sounds like a company that really cares about their customers being scammed through internet fraud..
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/26/2014 05:34 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/user-myymiscutekitty061-on-wwwyoudatelinkcom/internet/user-myymiscutekitty061-on-wwwyoudatelinkcom-owned-by-paytech-bv-scammed-me-by-claiming-1133973. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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