My niece is 14 years old and they keep letting her subscribe back after I unsubscribe site.. this is fixing to become a legal issue.
Review by JudithSmith2 years ago
It's a large group project; they now franchise it! Global Companions;
Links to Malta (banking) and Latvia.
Dodgy or what!
Review by Tfc2 years ago
Right where to begin: Between June 2014 and July 2015 I lived in Tokyo and it was bit of a 'lonely' time so started looking at online datey stuff and came across Asianbeauties and was blown away by the stunners so signed up for it and its sister sites. Slight digression now but bear with me: the teaching job I had in Tokyo meant I worked some odd hours so I came across some 'odd' non-Japanese people including Chinese prostitutes working in and around Shinjuku train station. I DIDN'T 'use' any of the them but I did happen to become friendly with one called Yuyu who hated her 'job' but loved the money. Because I wasn't interested in their services I got to know Yuyu and one or two of her friends out of their 'working hours'. Now Yuyu and her friends were absolutely stunning so I could believe that at least some of the beautiful profiles on Asianbeauties (AB) were real, but I believe very few are real at all.
Back to the main plot: I got chatting with a couple of women on AB and a couple more on Anastasia and the sister site Middle Eastern scamming. Before I knew it I'd spent a couple of hundred quid chatting!! One Chinese woman did give me her Ten Cent ID whilst video chatting so we actually chatted for free outside of AB where she basically told me most women who are on AB aren't real or are basically prostitutes making money a different way. I also found out that a number of profiles on AB's sister sites were either fake or the women were in relationships. This was easy to do via Facebook when the 'women' used their FULL real names in their profiles and the same photos from their FB accounts.
For a 'giggle' just today, I decided to go back on AB with a fake and totally ridiculous account. My new AB profile name is Deadpool (with a great photo of the red fella) and my hobbies are searching for Francis, killing bad guys, being shot in the ass, and touching myself after killing loads of bad guys. After a while I got lots of sexually suggestive messages from Chinese girls saying how they like my profile/hobbies/interests.
'Deadpool' only chatted with some girls using the free 3 minute chat limits, not paying AB anymore money, but it looks as if AB has a new scam going on. I seem to remember that when I was chatting with the girls whilst in Japan, we weren't allowed to exchange photos during chats. During the latest chats I had girls offer to send me pu*** and t*t photos in for me to open there and then for 15 credits a pop!! So now not only is AB and its sister sites massively expensive to chat and open letters, there is a new way of scamming men out of their money with instant photos.
Stay far, far away from Asianbrides and all associated 'dating' sites!!
Review by Belang3 years ago
This is one of the better sites I have used. Yes, it may be more expensive than sites like ThaiGirls4u.com but on the other hand: Not everyone wants to date a Thai Woman! So I guess it is a great alternative. I haven't really met anyone yet but for now it seems to be a good site!
Review by MickJ3 years ago
I have emailed customer service 5 times trying to cancel my subscription. I'm going to the authorities! Rip off site. They forget which formatted letter they send you on occasions so you will receive the same one several times...word for word.
Review by KarmaV3 years ago
I will list the shenanigans one by one:the woman are not real, the free letters are used to lure you into spending money on a woman that does not exist, the letters are written by translators not the women so any communication is in vain, there is no exchange of information unless you spend an exorbitant amount of money on flowers and gifts which will be in vain because the women are employees of the site so in essence the woman is never interested in you, just working you for money,the women are wearing makeup and are older than they actually are. Best case scenario even with the video feature if she is the picture at the photo the ten dollar question because everything at the site cost ten dollars,is the interest genuine, the answer is emphatically NO!!!!!The site gives you the illusion with statements like 100% scam free to make you put your guard down long enough to take for a ride and the women there are trained to get you to chat, watch videos, and send letters as much as possible until you catch on to the scam. BUYER DON'T GO THERE, NOT BEWARE.
Review by Numlock4 years ago
oh and did you guys know that even if you disabled the automatic credit purchasing , it still does it anyways ?,....yea f***ing scam. I tried this web site once, sure i met this girl and so on~ and so on same story as everyone else. But after 2 weeks or so I realized that it was a BS when the girl i was chatting Insisted that we should use this web site.... i mean REALLY!?? even opening a $#*!ing e-mail and reading it costs credit!! Why would i want to use website that costs you money to open and reply to an e-mail? So of course i immediately unsub-ed from every service and Disabled the auto-credit purchasing. But guess what? it Did it anyways! Someone from the Bank called and this web site has been trying to transact 9.99$ from my banking account and it's been doing so for the last month. So ofcourse i went and perma-deleted the entire account... so yea! this site is BS scam site. Dont use it!!
Review by Henn4 years ago
If you want to find a good Asian woman don't use this scam site. Go to Asia and meet them personally. The Philippines and Malaysia is best as they all speak English to a degree. China is a tough one as they aren't allot of English speaking people. Japan is great but learn some Japanese they appreciate it. South Korea is okay as well and Taiwan rocks.
Stay away from tourist spots. There is always a scammer where ever you go.
You will spend less on a trip to Asia than on these made to rip you off sites and actually find a good Asian woman.
Review by Looloobell4 years ago
I'm still receiving emails from men who have been taken by the slick, sexy, and seductive nature of this site. I was on this site for 2 years, spend well over 10K, and traveled to China and visited 6 cities. The women I had spent thousands on answering and writing letters were all false. They are actually employees of the site. AsianBeauties.com and AsianDates.com are both the same site. The scam is the same. Some of the young women who's photos appear on the site are 6 to 7 years older in real life. Out of 17 women I wanted to meet when I went to China, I met only 1 and that was a nightmare. SAVE YOUR MONEY...
Review by Crowest4 years ago
Stay a way from a girl called suchada 1239294 all she wants is for you to send money to her all the time keeps asking it never stops
Review by MrJenkins Vigder4 years ago
I've been on this site for 18 months and have had 9000 enquiries
And spent thousands of dollars 4 no return
Hundreds of women have made all kinds of promises I've been to the airport so many times to pick them up .....but 18 months later not one has come to c me ..or phoned me ..or emailed me
They send thousands of letters to read so they can charge u ..
U respond and get charged ..
U speak to them on chat and u get charged it's all about them making money and ripping us off
This site has been scamming vulnerable and lonely men for years they need to b locked up
The women do not EXSIST ..they r not real
The site produces profiles of pretty young women to entice u to spend money
I've contacted current affairs tv programme (60 minuites) which is televised in Australia America and Britain and they want me to come on tv and tell my story and expose and destroy these unscrupulous operators
So I will let u know via here wen televised
Men keep away from this site please
They r also part of anastasia date.com...and amolatina date .com
Review by Projx4 years ago
I completely agree with all of you who have a complained about this site; I have been in this site for a while now. I found a way to chat for free indefinitely every 3 minutes here is how: at the starting screen fill-in the required fields "Name", "E-mail"(I recommend using @300.com, @126.com, @1266.com, @yeah.net, and @lgmx.com), and "Password(please use only random numbers!!)". Once you are done chatting for the first three minutes DO NOT LOG OFF; instead if you are using OPERA go to "History (control+H)" and click "clear browsing data.." After that click in the girls Image profile and it should send you to the screen where you need to fill-in the following fields: "Your Name", "Your Birthday", "Your E-mail" and "Password" and click "Sign Up Now" . NOTE: please use the same info as the one I provided above to fill-in THE PASSWORD AND E-MAIL FIELD. IMPORTANT!!! If for any reason this stop working; let's say it takes longer than usual to load the page.... PLEASE use or install any program to erase all trace of your browsing history; I personally use CCleaner you can get the free version it should work just fine. HOPE YOU FIND THIS INFO USEFUL.... do not get deceive by this girls THE Y ARE FAKE!!! Finally I have been in contact with some of the girls out of the site.... (sorry I won't provide names I respect their privacy) BUT I CAN TELL YOU NONE OF THESE GIRLS ARE SERIOUS!!!.... we hardly chat online using QQ Tencent and they never really send me any LETTERS AT ALL using our own private E-mail and when I called to China to talk with this girls they NEVER ANSWER MY CALL or when they do we don't really TALK AT ALL because they keep insisting THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT I'M SAYING.
Review by Latoya4 years ago
It would be good if we could rate this site with ZERO stars. I think we SHOULD start naming names, as Kevin a. did in Feb. 2014. I ran into that same girl! Same story. Same BS.
If someone sets up a website where we can talk about which girls are legit and which are not, that would be great. Some ARE sincere. They are not all dupes of the company. It's sorting out the wheat from the chaff that is hard.
Here's another few to watch out for: Qian (38 yr old) in Shenzhen; Yuhan (18 yr old!!) in Shenzhen. Some of the photos Yuhan sent me have the metadata in them. Her photos were taken in February 2008! So, she was 12 years old when those photos were taken??!! Ummm...i think not. She's a fake.
Review by Minike5 years ago
It's a scam site! Only scam!!!!!Damn it!!!!
Review by Janti5 years ago
This site is a total fraud and scam!!! In my last review on this page, I explained how I was on this site for 9 months and spent over 8 thousand dollars screening over 538 women. I narrowed my search down to 14 women and of these 14 women, I focused my efforts on 4. I wrote letters to these 4 woman and they all agreed to meet me if and when I flew to China. I flew to China in January/February 2014 and stayed in country for 3 weeks to meet these women.
Since the Aisandate.com site won't allow the men and women to exchange their personal information like email addresses, cell phone number, street addresses, flight schedules etc., I got all 4 women to agree to use the "Call Me Service" and I spent the money to set up the calls. I spoke with all 4 women - during separate "Calls" and through a Chinese translator. I got their private email addresses, cell phone numbers, and arranged to communicate off-site with them because the site simply cost to much and is to expensive. What really upset me was that one woman I wrote letters to, told me how much she loved me. She wrote me over 500 letters in 3 months and said she wanted to marry me. But, when I flew to her city, she won't take my phone calls and wouldn't meet me. They only want you to write them so they can get paid a commission from the credits we suckers spend on opening and responding to their letters. Once I got their FREE Information, they didn't want anything to do with me. And, when I flew to China, they avoid having contact with me. WOW!!! Was I stupid to believe this site was real ...
They all agreed to exchange emails through private emails sites like QQ, which is the Chinese version of Yahoo etc. But, here is where the scam really took off running. Although all 4 women agreed to write to me off-site, most of them did not. I wrote letter after letter "FREE" and they would not respond. They would only respond to me if I wrote them at the "PAID" site - Aisandate.com, which is really Asianbeauties.com using a new name. They are both one and the same!!!!
You can use Google Translator to Type in English and communicate in Chinese. Simple or Traditional Chinese, it doesn't matter. In other words, I was writing to these 4 women in their own language. No excuses!!!! I went to China and after weeks of getting the run around with 3 of the 4 women, I did manage to meet with one. She lives in Dalian. Yes, I flew to 4 cities in China to meet these women and they didn't show up. Two received my phone call but hung-up as soon as they heard my voice. I met the young lady in Dalian for 3 consecutive days. It was total night-mare. I hired an interpreter for 500 rmb per hour ($16) and she was very nice and had a Master's Degree in English. To make a longer story shorter, the woman I went to see wrote on her profile that she was fluent in English - NOT TRUE!! She spoke maybe 5 words of English over 3 days and didn't really understand me when I spoke to her in English. The bottom-line here is DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!
These women are EMPLOYEES OF THE WEBSITE - NOT ACTUALLY LOOKING FOR DATES AND MARRIAGE. They tell you they are serious, sincere, honest, caring, loving, but it is all lies. If you want to write me about my experiences with Asiandate.com you can reach me at [email protected]
Review by Berrichi5 years ago
I personally feel it's important to start naming names so that we all know who the "bad" ones are, who the fake people are on that AB website.
The name on the profile said "Jiaolei(Laura)" and her "interview" page noted that her nickname is "Lala." Since I speak fluent Chinese and can type Chinese, I thought I had a chance to meet a real lady there.
I typed, "Your name is very nice. It sounds lovely."
Her response: "Really? You mean my Chinese name?"
I replied: "Your name Lala."
"Lala? What does that mean?"
"Your interview page said that."
"Laura? Lala? Are they the same thing?"
"No, your interview page said that."
"Oh, yeah, haha. I thought you meant Laura and Lala have the same meaning. I guess I'm not that smart."
THAT should have been a red flag right there. How can someone not know her own nickname? I overlooked that, and then I continued chatting with her for 20 minutes before I had to attend a work meeting.
Later on, when I logged into my account, I saw SEVENTEEN letters from her--all on that same day. Each letter costs 10 credits to open, and she was basically saying the same things in each of those letters, garbage like "It was so nice to chat with you," "where are you now? I don't see you online," "let's chat online again soon. i'm waiting for you," etc. Her letters were all at least 2 paragraphs long but essentially said the same thing. The other red flag was that each of the photos she attached was titled "s" or "ss." Who does that? (All of the photos are different pictures but each one is titled "s" or "ss.")
Ultimately, I got on the chat system again and explained to her in Chinese, in her own language, that I would order a phone call so that we could exchange contact information. I explained, clearly, that this letter system and chat system wouldn't work because of the heavy costs. She agreed to do it. And yet the next day she sent me another FOURTEEN letters on that website.
After we spoke on the phone through the AB system--I didn't need a translator since I spoke Chinese but still the phone call was pricey--she sent me an email. One sentence. That was it. So, in the letters through that site she sent at least 1-2 paragraphs. In this email she sent 1 sentence. Obviously she is sending form letters through that website. And then soon enough she sent more letters through that website. And I see her online on that website every single day. She is also on there for very strange hours every day. I sometimes do meetings with bosses in China so I am familiar with the time difference. I see her online on that website from 11 pm to 7 am or so China time. That is a major red flag. This means Jiaolei(Laura) is not a real lady. She is either a slut or someone paid to chat with men online. There is a lot more to this Jiaolei(Laura) but I want to tell you these points for now to let you all know not to be tricked by her. She is definitely a scammer. Avoid her at all costs.
Review by UPierson Steponkus5 years ago
I agree with what has been said by guys before me. In terms of who is being exploited more, men or women I would say men. I managed to get to talk with a couple of ladies who openly told me about agency rules and their fear to lose their job if they try to communicate with me directly. So no matter what, they at least make some money out of this scam while men just burn it. If you want to have some paid entertainment on the site use a gift card, not your real credit card.
Review by Fluffybunny5 years ago
Hello I've been using this website for a while taking advantage of the 3 minutes free chat system, and I've been able to chat with the same lady for several times in one day in a row. The interesting part is that sometimes she gets mad and force me buy credits; it is obvious she doesn't care about me but she only cares about the money. DO NOT GET DRAIN into this website IT IS A SCAM!!! I recommend to everyone to use prepaid credit cards that way the website won't drain your pocket. I have been trying to share my email with some ladies but when I tell them what to do they act all DUMB saying that they don't know how to create an email account; when in the FIRST PLACE in order to become a MEMBER OF ASIAN BEAUTIES YOU NEED TO PROVIDE AN EMAIL. I sincerely believe this is a SCAM.
Review by DiyDave Derrow5 years ago
Most of the letters you get from 'ladies' are written by people making money, getting men to pay for letters, not the girl!
Too much fraud goes on in these 'pay per message' sites, and most men do not get suspicious until after they have spent hundreds, or thousands of dollars.
You can find nice ladies online from Asia, but you need to do your homework, and not get the misconception you can 'buy' a lady, or throw money around and have miracles happen. You will lose money.
Do not use these 'pay per message' sites. Keep the age gap reasonable, and don't send money, or throw money around when/if you go visit the lady.
The real ladies who may be looking for a decent man, and interested in a man from your country will be know some of your language, is learning, or willing to learn, and will communicate with you directly.
See that face on cam! Talk on the phone.
We also have a problem with 'translator/brokers' in China, and sometimes Thailand, who act as agents for single ladies, may conduct all the communication on her behalf, and frequently are involved in some fraud or deception. You may never know you are talking to somebody other than the lady in the pictures, until you arrive to meet the lady, and she speaks no english.
(Or your language) You may also arrive to be met be a completely different lady, or no lady at all. Some of the 'brokers' will do anything to get a warm body to China, then do a 'bait and switch'. The broker will also expect payment if you decide to marry the lady.
This is not a simple 'mail order' bride fantasty. There are many scams, and situations of financial abuse. You need to do your homework, be careful, and learn to say 'NO'.
Review by Sinninghe6 years ago
Fraudulent profiles, pictures and letters
Company is scamming people on both ends. they control the letters going to the ladies and from the ladies. clues to this include: sending 3 complaints with no answer; letter from lady saying "your picture sets my heart on fire" when I posted no picture; not receiving an EFT from supposedly wealthy business woman so I could answer letters from her; not receiving phone call from same woman; way too many letters from beautiful women in their 20's (I'm 54); letters responding to things I never stated, e.g. "I know you have not said you love me yet, but our continued correspondence I know you will" and I never even opened the first letter; site automatically links to amolatina.com and anastasia.com and posts profile there also, etc. this is a MAJOR scam, well organized and seemingly legitimate, but after a couple of weeks, the clues are too many to ignore. I'm sure they are also scamming the sincere women looking for a husband, but the fake ones far outnumber those.
Review by Depechemoog Andrijeczko6 years ago
Ok I was bombarded wirh letters from some ladies 70 58 from mire than one they wete dupes the company denied this also some of the ladies on chat dont look same on cam also when you switch to mobile site wich you will as pop ups are insane and you eat time trying to close them all from sister sites also they have your details and on mobile it defaults to auto pay when low on credits support is poor deny dupes but i still have
Review by Buzzell Dellostretto6 years ago
Credits are expensive. That would be fine if any of the girls were real. Talked to some whose profiles stated they lived in the US. Talked for dozens of letters, several hours of chat, over several months. EVERY TIME I tried to arrange a meeting with one of the girls supposedly in the US, their location changed to China. Obvious scam. Stay away.
Review by Lemogang Anno6 years ago
Anastasiadate "sister"-site spamming and payed services exploiting women (and men)
Review by Kevcwm6 years ago
For those guys wondering how to get in contact with a girl outside the site, it IS possible. A girl named Linda from Guangzhou who I met on here told me that the best way is to write out your email address in one-by-one letters. I will try this with her next time, and to me, she's the prettiest girl on this site!
Review by BillFW7 years ago
This Asian Beauties website requires that you purchase expensive credits. You must pay 10 credits to open/read every letter, and pay 10 credits to respond to every letter. 10 credits = about $5.00.
If you continue correspondence with female members, you continue paying $5 for every read/respond letter. ($5+$5=$10) You never stop paying the Russians who operate this website.
When Asian female sends letter with extra pictures attached, AB website permits you look at 1st pic free, then PAY 10 credits to open/view each additional picture.
If you try to insert your direct email, or personal address into your letter, the AB website has computer software which censors/blocks personal information. AB does not want you to exchange email/phone/address with the female members, because you are not allowed to communicate with the girls off the AB website.
When you ask for their personal email/address/phone, the girls will not
provide it, and you will be told excuses, that they wish to communicate with you only on AB, where, of course, you keep paying credits to the Russian administrators.
In addition, the local Chinese translators may very well not provide/transfer your
personal data/information to the girl when they do English--Chinese translation so the female may read your comments.
On the video/chat box online, you must pay 1 credit per minute just to send
a text message with no cam. Or, you pay 2 credits per minute to see girl on cam. Credits cost between 40 to 80 cents determined by how many you buy in bulk in one transaction. One hour = 60 minutes X 40/80 cents = $24 to $48 per hour for text box, or $48 to $96 per hour for girl on web cam.
(All the Anastasia websites for Russian/Ukrainian/Asian, and AmoLatina websites operate on these same PAY always policies.)
Online, you type message, PAY, transmit message, PAY, girl reads message, PAY, girl thinks response, PAY, girl types, PAY, girl transmits, PAY, you receive/read, PAY, and keep on.PAYING every minute. You burn through your bank account, and Russian administrators go to luxurious nightclub and eat caviar/drink expensive vodka thanks to you!
On scam report websites, some former AB male members report spending $$$ hundreds, even $3,000 worth of credits, and never make progress with these female members toward a serious relationship.
On Asian Beauties, my personal profile received several hundred letters from pretty Chinese females. I couldn't open/read them, because AB would charge thousands of dollars to do it, and thousands of dollars to respond to these nice women.
Two Chinese women claimed to have wealthy daddies, to be affluent, and offered to come to USA, buy me a house/car if I'd be their husband!! Wow!, I was getting ready to write them a letter of interest, inviting them to make the trip here. And I reviewed the profile of a stunning Chinese girl who said she was here in Los Angeles. We exchanged 1 letter.
Then I noticed that I stopped receiving email from AB website, or notifications of new letters. I tried to log in, and was rejected. Tried to call their Customer Support with difficulty, sometimes on hold for 1 hour. Then I talked with Christina, Customer Support Manager in Russia. She was unable to provide explanation for why Ruslan, the 'Risk Manager,' deleted my account. I wanted to talk to Ruslan over telephone, but he was never available, and didn't telephone me later even though Christina promised he would.
Instead, Ruslan transmitted multiple emails asking me to photocopy both sides of my credit card, the back/front, and photocopy my personal ID, which could mean passport or state ID, and send both to him via email or fax to prove who I was!
What? Does this sound like an attempt to rip off my Identity, and tap my Credit Card until wiped out? Bank of America Customer Care and I both thought it did, and I certainly wasn't foolish enough to comply with Ruslan's request.
Now that Ruslan deleted my membership, I'll never find out if those Chinese girls were serious, or bluffing, about buying me a new house!! And Ruslan/Christina never explained why I was dropped. My suspicion is that I wasn't spending enough money, not responding to the hundreds of letters. Some AB girls wrote me eight or nine letters trying to prompt a response from me.
So maybe AB drops male members who are reluctant to blow big $$$, and spend just a small amount, and are highly selective in answering the females.
I just don't know, but I really wanted one of those rich Chinese girls to buy me a Beverly Hills mansion, and now I have to keep living in my tiny apartment instead!!
Sincerely, JOE Duffy
Los Angeles, California
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