Plenty of Fish is interesting in that it offers users facilities other online dating sites (paid or otherwise) don’t. I noted that it seemed that a lot of women on the site were attention junkies – basically people who put up profiles for the sake of seeing how much attention they can get from men and nothing else.
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But instead, he began gradually stealing small amounts from her savings account as well as pretending to ‘invest’ large amounts of her money.
Six weeks into the relationship – and still unaware of the money that he had slowly stolen from her – the conman promised to whisk Miss Stubbs to Dubai.
Like many of the other women he seduced, he only told Miss Stubbs he was ‘secretly wealthy’ around three weeks into the relationship, saying he wanted to attract the ‘right kind of woman’ and not someone looking for money.
He told the 48-year-old driving instructor from Grantham that he hated to see her in so much debt and that he wanted to pay off all her credit card bills – and pretended to do so in front of her on the phone.
You can hide your profile by going to edit profile.
Hiding your profile removes you from all bars of images and searches around the site.
To my surprise he replied and we spoke for about two weeks before meeting up for lunch. It feels like we have known each other for years, not just a few months!
As if that weren’t enough, I found many women wouldn’t even look at my profile unless I had looked at theirs first or e-mailed them.
As usual they would just check out my profile and move on without comment. Earlier today started a thread in the dating experiences forum about how I was unhappy with my lack of success on the site.
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