I met a girl who i started talking to on a transnational dating site from China. After exchanging messages for a bit, she gave me her email address, so we started to email. She sent me lots of pictures of her, many were pictures of here wearing bikinis. She than suggested to use alovetree.com to help us communicate better. After signing up and exchanging a few messages, i told her i'm going to stop using this site because it charges a rediculous amount of money everyday to send, recieve, and translate messages. 27 CDN dollars a day. After telling this to her she just continued to message me on this site and ignore my request to stop using it, telling me her aunty lives in my country that she is coming to visit, and to go on a date with me while she is here. To anyone using online dating sites, don't get sucked into using sites that charge to translate foreign languages. Use Google Translate, IT IS FREE.
Review by Mbolaniaina Klopschinski1 year ago
Love the body wash and body spray in the scent of water lilly and white ginger tea..its nice abd its not at all to strong like most ginger scented sprays
Review by Dukie Lambes4 years ago
I spent some time on Rosematch.com and later on found out that most of the current active model type profiles are all fake.A few guys on that site informed me,also found out this site is exactly like the other,same people,same fraud site.A few women by the name of YangYing and also Baijingying create profiles and run alot of them,I had to do an image search and found out myself,I wish alot of those other guys knew,Be aware!!
Review by Prodea Montozzi5 years ago
Requiring to pay for language translation
A woman contacted me on another site and we exchanged email addresses. Then she contacts me and says she is looking for genuine love and wants to meet me when she comes to visit her sister that has married and moved to my country. Then suddenly her English is not too good and requests to go to alovetree site to use their online translation service...at a cost. I didn't think much of it , but I wondering why I was paying for her messages to be translated as well as mine. Then I told her that this site charges excessive fees for translations and tried to convince her to try something else. She doesn't answer the main questions I ask, but returns a message that is similar to the last message. Then I found on google that this site has a member with the same background claiming the same things as with me.
Review by Soft5 years ago
I have experienced exactly the story as Kirk did. But she (or he) came from Beijing China and had a beauty shop there. Her English language was okey for many many letters, and suddenly is was better to use this website to use people translation. I did not pay, because I am used to scam, so I said no thanks and in the next e-mail she send, she said "I give up". That was it. I was pretty sure it was a scam, until I read Kirk's story.
Please save yourself time and money and stay away from this website ALoveTree.com.
Best Mike from Denmark
Review by JRizz5 years ago
Thanks Mike M and Kirk K, I have just had the same interaction with a young lady stating that her family is from Taiwan but now living in Beijing and owning a beauty saloon. Just like you, we meet on another site, a few emails, then poor understanding
of English and wants to use a live translator at ALoveTree. I am really glad to find your posting and had to add mine. I will also give notice to the other dating site on this young lady.
Good luck folks.
Review by Lesego5 years ago
A total scam; don't bother with this site. I read several reviews for another dating website, asiandate.com, and it seems both sites have a lot in common.
This my story about alovetree.com which is another website for finding a Chinese wife. I met someone on another website and we exchanged a few e-mails. She said she was from Taiwan but owned a beauty shop in Beijing. I gave her my personal e-mail address and we exchanged several letters. There was no indication that she did not understand English. After that I didn't hear from her again so I moved on. About a month later she e-mailed again saying she found my e-mail in her junk folder and apologized for not writing. She said she did not understand English very well and referred me to this site which would translate our messages. I was leery but thought I would give it a try for a little while. This site has different levels of credit (coins) you can purchase for the translations. I paid $47.50 for, I think about 50 credits. Everything seemed to be going well for awhile, I would pay to translate my messages but to save money I would use a free translation website to translate her letters which worked well enough for me. Shortly into it I began to feel that her letters were a copy and paste. "She" might mention one or two things about my previous letter or answer some of my questions but other than that the rest of the letter would be very general. I began to notice that many times she wouldn't comment on anything I wrote about. She never asked about where I was from, what I did for a living, what my family was like, nothing. Most of the letters talked about our beliefs in being honest, truthful, good communication, etc. There longer this went on, the more suspicious I became. Finally I asked her to send me some more pictures of herself which she said she would do. But after about week, still no pictures. So I asked her again to send more pictures and also asked if we could meet on webcam whether it be Skype or QQ. The next letter she sent mentioned nothing at all about my requests. At that point I knew I had been scammed and immediately cancelled my account. After doing some investigating, I realized her e-mail address was from a g-mail account which I discovered is blocked in China. This was several days and to no surprise, I have not received one letter from this person again. Fortunately, or unfortunately, I only spent about $145 before figuring this out. I put in a request with Paypal for a refund but I sincerely doubt I will see this money again.
Guys, save yourself time and money, do not use this website, it is a total scam.
Update Feb 27, 2015
I was able to receive full refunds from this company albeit no explanations or apologies.
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