Anastasia date

The website Anastasia.com defrauded me of over $10,000 by posting profiles of married women and pretending that they were available for dating. The women were earning money with the pay by letter business model the site operates. They further defrauded me with their fake "anti scam" policy. They had made no effort to check the women were genuine, and refused to accept evidence from social media (including wedding photographs) that clearly showed the women were married. Their response to a complaint was to remove the user (& steal all my credits) and refuse to communicate.Evidence of the fake profiles is posted here scamvictimsunited.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=4963

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