Online dating has always been home for scammers, and newbies in online dating usually are the ones falling for these scams.
It's so easy to recognize if the member you're talking to is a scammer, if they are asking for your bank details or they're asking you to send them money through money remittance, there is a very high possibility that person is trying to scam you.
As with any site you have to have a good attitude and be willing to put time and effort in contacting people and yes there are many fake profiles.
I was careful enough to follow all the cancellation steps very closely and in the end I only spent 2.99 Lesson learned!!!!If you encounter such person from online dating sites or apps that ask for money stop talking to them immediately.In this day and age, it’s a rarity to find someone paying full price or settling for the first offer they find.I had sex with OVER 50-women 3-4 times a week for 2-8 months AVERAGE relationship time in 15 years just by going on there and paying the .95 I think it is for 3-4 months membership. 8-month relationships and each we had sex 3-4 times per week if not more. They give it up MORE than a website where you just ask for it in your profile. Please keep in mind that the men out-number the females by a factor of 10.