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  • Reported By: mpeter — Solana Beach California
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  • Internet USA Scam It now seems that I've been scammed by a beautiful Chinese girl Internet

*Author of original report: Asiandate/ Reponse to Customer Service

*UPDATE Employee: Dear customer!

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I originally signed-up for as I'd seen it advertised on TV, so I thought I'd give it a shot. I was then connected to their sister sites of and On all three sites I was matched up with many girls of varying ages. I even saw a girl on Anastasia who I'd connected with on and another one. As I've been living in E. Asia, I was interested in girls from that part of the world. So I focused on I was matched with a girl named Meilin Huo.

At first she contacted me and besides the intial attraction via the photo shoot pictures it seemed from the profile that we had a lot in common, particularly our faith. So I sent her a love not for free and was able to chat for free too. She responded with another e-mail, which I couldn't open as I had no credits. So I purchased some and we chatted several times and e-mailed one another. I seemed that we had good chemistry and could talk very freely as we got to know one another. After I'd paid for credits, my bank called me with a possible faud report, saying that it had been charged to Asianbeauties Escort Service. A red flag, but I wanted to continue pursuing the relationship.

So we did, and then I wanted to get off site to avoid the costs. I tried via the chat feature, but it was blocked and she couldn't tell me the name of her company either. So I sent her flowers through the site with a note containing my e-mail and cell #. I was sent a picture of her receiving it and holding up a blown-up version of the note. So it was the same person without the all the make-up and hair done for the photo shoot. But she only sent me one short e-mail so I could have hers. I was able to chat for a very brief time as the site gave me 3 free credits a day. She seems to send me these romantic messages. I laid it out as to my feelings, recounting what we'd said to one another and we'd talked about meeting in Shenzhen or her hometown of Xian.

I've informed family, friends, pastors and my leadership about her. After seeing an article from an American lawyer and several other customers I've written to Meilin accusing her of deceit and collusion in a financial scam. I've e-mailed Asiandate/'s staff as they are one in the same telling them that I'd have to inform the Chinese authorities, American (FBI) and also Interpol of the scam. They will be prosecuted, especially by the Chinese, shut down and people will go to jail. I'd invite others to file similar charges of violation of both PRC and international law.

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#2 Author of original report

Asiandate/ Reponse to Customer Service

AUTHOR: mpeter - ()

POSTED: Sunday, September 14, 2014

I'd like to respond to the scam that I posted and Asiandate/ Customer Service's rebutal to what I wrote. I'm not so sure about whether Meilin was scamming me. It could have been an employee/translator in their office. I confronted the Customer Service staff with lots of evidence that I collected from other clients and my own experience. They responded by shutting down my profile. I cannot re-enter. I can see that Meilin is still online all the time. As I said, probably a translator. One customer wrote that he'd been to their office 8 times and had witnesses the scamming. His now wife also confirmed it. I've lived in China for almost 10 years and I know that cosmetic surgery is more popular, but there's not that many who have such huge breasts as you see on the site. I know that they use a breast enhancement computer program. Of course they are also photo shoots. Another person wrote that they hire models for the shoots. Several customers wrote that there was a bait and switch when they came on the tours. They couldn't see the women they were corresponding with or if they could it was only for a short time. There were even prostitutes hired as part of the scheme. My bank told me there'd been a charge to Asianbeauties Escort Service. Also after an expensive shopping trip the items were returned for cash. If you look at the pictures of their tour mixers you'll find that the girls don't look anything close to the beautiful ones on the site. Finally, it's very obvious that lots of the e-mails and requests for chatting are computer generated. Information is repeated and even I saw one that said insert clients name here. Many of the girls are sincere in finding a mate and I'm I think that it's possible that my girl Meilin could be one of them. But overall the employees and owners of the partnering offices are running a SCAM to bilk you out of thousands of dollars. BUYER BEWARE!

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Dear customer!

AUTHOR: AsianDate Customer Service - ()

POSTED: Friday, September 12, 2014 works hard to make sure scammers are deleted from the database. If anyone asks for money it is likely a scam. There are numerous incidents on all types of sites where someone asks for money, gets the money from another user, and then disappears. Don’t be fooled by such scams, and be sure to do an official legitimacy check on a person before you send any money.

What Should you do If suspect someone Is a scammer / spammer?

 If you feel you have been a victim of a scam please fill out our anti scam claim form which you can find here: or call us at +1 (800) 311-7598. Once your claim is approved you will receive a full refund of all credits you’ve spent on communicating with the alleged member.


 With kind regards, 

The AsianDate Team.

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