Report: #1413115

Complaint Review: Victoria Brides

  • Submitted: Wed, November 22, 2017
  • Updated: Wed, November 22, 2017
  • Reported By: Wilmington33 — Wilmington Delaware United States
  • Victoria Brides


Victoria Brides Promised to connect you with eligible women in the Ukraine and elsewhere ,some live in Russia

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I cannot remember how exactly I ended up on the Victoria Brides website. Was it that I was lonely and simply looking for some female companionship? was not on my mind...I wouldn't be chatting with someone in the Ukraine if that was what I was looking for. I paid a small amount to register and was given 30 chat credits. As soon as I went online I began to get invitations to chat with incrediby beautiful women.

I should have known it was too good to be true...and it was. The 30 'free' credits were used up before my first chat was over...but I was intrigued. I purchased another $59.99 worth of credit and when I went back my mailbox had more invitations to chat. Three of the women were not only attractive but also seemed educated, intelligent and articulate. After spending another $150 on credits I realized that I had to choose. I was particularly intrigued by an apparently lovely woman named Anastasia.

As we got deeper into our exhanges everything began to heat up a little--nothing lewd--just very suggestive. After a couple of days she began to tell me that she had fallen in love with me. Well it all seemed so strange because I was much older. When I asked her about this she told me that "age doesn't matter" to people who are in love. Other women on the site had used the same line so I am sure that whoever is operating the keyboard on the other end is coached to say this. The alarm bells began to ring but I went on anyway. I talked ith her about meeting her in the spring in Prague..and she seemed excited initially. We exchanged a few more emails. I asked her if I could get her email address so that we could carry on outside of a forum that was so costly.

She agreed and explained that I could do it if I contacted the "Moderators". I was told by them that I had to complete an application and purchase 650 credits (which cost about $150.00). I bit. After a couple of days I was told that I had failed to complete my application and it had been rejected. I went online and contacted their online help. They told me that the application would be 'moderated' and a few hours later I was told it had been accepted. So next I went to Anastasia's page and requested her contact information.

That is when everything started to turn inexplicably strange. First I noticed that she became inactive...although she had [apparently] been online for many hours every day up to then. After a couple of days I was told my application had been rejected by Anastasia--the woman who 24 hours before had told me that she was in love with me, my age didn't matter, and that she would meet me in Prague next spring. Should I have known better? Of course....whatever looks too good to be true probably is. The truly bizarre part was that when I went to the page where this would be explained there was a picture of Anastasia looking as beautiful as ever. Her page gives her occupation as model. OK...she's beautiful...she is probably a model but was she the woman (or man) responding on her chat page?

Unfortunately there is no way to tell. But here is the really bizarre part. On this rejection page it is written: "I respect my the chosen one, treat our relationship tremulously because family is a temple. I do believe a family fire should be warmed every single day. I am kind, responsible, creative, economic. Emotional. I consider a lady shall be like a muse for her darling." OK but I guess you don't have a problem leading men on while it is costing them plenty to talk with you. But then you, Anastasia, may not even exist. You may be nothing more than a set of pictures and a human or cybernetic chatbot trained to keep your victims chatting, paying, and paying again.

Sorry--you and the people you work for (if you even exist) are common criminals. Perhaps you should all be thrown 'tremulously' into your 'family fire'. And the real capper is that you are all so sanctimonious and self righteous. I know that life is hard in Eastern Europe and most of you think that Americans are pampered pigs but d**n you all--pickpockets are more honest than any of you. If you want to tell me that you have actually brought people together who become lifelong partners show me verifiable data, not anecdotes. Enough said. Avoid Victoria Brides at all costs.

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