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Total scam 110%
09 March 2017
Reviewer: Dan from UK

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As the saying goes BUYER BEWARE.


I always had my suspicions regarding DM for some time, so before spending thousands of dollars on contact details I had to do my due diligence. So popped on to the internet It’s amazing what you can find out at a click of a button.


I was getting over 2000 messages a week yes that right 2000 MESSAGE A WEEK !!! I didn’t even have my picture up then in the first 2 weeks but was still getting 2000 messages a week, I should of walked away then and there, Every single one of them from absolutely gorgeous Russian women not a single average woman amongst them, all but none saying (in the very first messages) the exact same thing they all say “they read my profile, ages is not a problem and I’m the most handsome guy on the website” (flattery will get you everywhere) not that I was looking for some one too young I’m 43 and I think the youngest woman I was in contact with was 29.

So I spent hundreds of dollars on emails back and forth only to find some of the replies I got back were nothing to do with the message I previously sent just a generic load of sentimental rubbish which was obviously copied and pasted for a external website. ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING.

Including this for some reason I was getting notification from DM as in a form of email where I noticed the on several messages this %name% which is the coding for (insert user name) if you are sending bulk emails. How do I know this? I use this very same coding for my customer when sending them out bulk emails on a offer I have. So I sent DM Customer Services a message asking them what it meant and was told by there representative (Jenna) it was the translator fault. So I replied with both picture show them the message I got, as a email and the message I got when on there website, one showing %name% and the other one on there website showing my name. The reply I got in the next email was “ohh it must be a tech problem then” which confirm to me that it is a bulk emailer coding fault. ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING.

When I did get a reply from a member they would alway include embedded in their message a link to watch their video, the only way to view the message text was to was to pay $20 to look at this 3 minute video of them prancing around a bit . I could go to the cinema and watch a BlockBuster Movie for that twice !!!! ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING

As well as when you are on their website on the left hand side are live notification where there female members try to get you to go on either “Live Web Chat’ or to go on “Camera Video Chat”, which will eat away at your money Supa Fast but I’m glad to say I NEVER did either!! as I might be an idiot but I’m not a fool. ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING.

So there I was contemplating on which one of these lovely Russian babes to contact which I noticed in the early days (a few months) of being on DM Website was $600 and all of a sudden it shot up to $900 for contact details ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING I don’t care how lovely you are hunni I’M NOT PAYING THAT.

So on 28/02/2017 I sent a email to DM Customer Services about my concerns getting no reply whatsoever. Only to find out that on the 01/03/2017 (under 12 hours later) without my authorisation they stole money out of my bank account for another months membership(which I now know is common practice for them to do) taking $100 out of my bank when they find out you know it’s a SCAM. ALARM BELLS ARE RINGING.

So I had to cancel all my credit cards and just to be on the save side changed my pass words on every single Social Media Website I was linked too, all my work emails, personal emails and any other associated platform I belong too. They even tried to hack both my businesses websites how do I know this? the internet security company I use send me a report every time someone tries to hack them even if they use a proxy, giving me the iP address and the location of the hacker, Ill give you 2 guesses where the location was ??? ... ALARM BELLS HAVE RUNG.

At this point I pretty much had enough. But I had another PLATINUM membership for 1 month on this SCAM website as I said costing me $100 (that they stole) giving me 50 “follow up message” and 100 “introduction messages”. So why not use them and play them at there own game so I did.

So how could I make 110% sure that this is a SCAM website and use these message I had to my advantage. So I sent every member (about 7) that I had been talking to on a regular basis and to over 100 members that had got in contact with me in the past the exact same message, of what I had found out about DM including asking the member to send me their contact information if they were really seriously interested in me as all of them at some point offered me their undivided love and intention to marry in one form or another. so we could talk of line and get to know each other and see if we definitely click..........



In summary, I would not recommend Dream Marriage to a friend.

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