Customer Questions & Answers
And in section 7f of the terms and conditions page they admit that they use an automatic algorithm that sends messages called "icebreakers" to members of their website. Screen shot of the 30 messages I received.
Below we have included screenshots of just a few of the over 30 Russian and Ukrainian women that have sent us a message. Take a look at those females. First of all you should take notice of how attractive these women are, secondly you should notice that these photos are professionally taken by a professional photographer. These are not regular selfie photos taken with a camera phone, these are taken by a professional photographer. Why would a professional photographer be taking photos that are then used on profile pages on VictoriaHearts?
This type of evidence just proves that something is wrong. It doesn't make sense that there are all these professional photographs of Russian women unless someone behind the scenes is orchestrating the whole thing. Why does every single girl have a professional photograph?
Are these real women looking to meet Western men or is it all a scam? Are these fake profiles that have been created by Victoria Hearts to make us believe that these Russian women are interested in us?
Keep reading as we have the answer that you're looking for. Most likely a phony "Staff Profile" created by the site. According to the terms and conditions page in section 11 a of Victoria Hearts they admit that from "time to time they do create profiles which are created maintaining managed by their employees". They call these fabricated profiles "Staff Profiles". They tell us that the "purpose of these profiles is to make sure that their website is operating properly.
They're making it seem like the site has thousands of single Russian and Ukrainian women looking for Western men for relationships and marriage. It's all a psyop used to trick you into believing that you have a shot and meeting these women. They use these fabricated so-called "staff profiles" to send people computer-generated messages that are used to make you purchase credits. Why are Russian and Ukrainian women adding us to their favorites list?
We've already shown you that our profile is empty, we don't have any pictures on our profile and we've never filled out any personal information in our profile. It doesn't make much sense that these women are adding us to their favorites list because they know nothing about us and they don't know what we look like.
We would only have to assume that what's really going on here is a computer software bot is being used to make it appear as if women are adding us to their favorites list. All of this is a marketing strategy. How it works is this. They use an automated computer software program to make it seem like real women are adding you to the favorites list.
You as a registered web user of VictoriaHearts will want to see who has added you to their favorites list. Since all the women on this site are very attractive there is going to be a very high chance that you are going to want to communicate to the women who have added you to their favorites list.
And of course you need to purchase credits to communicate with these phony women. Women adding us to their favorites list. Anytime we do an investigation we always read the terms and conditions page. Many times on the terms page the website's administrators will outline in detail exactly what they're up to, even the fraudulent activity that there are involved in always seem to be mentioned on their terms page. In the situation of VictoriaHearts. These are automated and no one is actually sending you those messages!
A computer program is responsible for sending those automated messages that you thught were messages sent from members of the site. Also in the terms and conditions page they confess that they're responsible for creating profiles that are operated by their employees. You can take a look at those paragraphs below or click on this link to be taken directly to the terms and conditions page.
Every time I visit I feel great because they constantly give you complements, gorgeous women want to talk to me and being a bit lonely welcome this. Many tell you they love you the second or third time they chat with you. They try to say very little so you keep talking, sending pictures, use letters and view pictures in letters, watch videos all that cost extra credits money. They ask you to buy them flowers very expensive there , chocolates, fruit baskets and expensive perfume, mobile phones, computer and other items they do not allow you to send directly but must buy them at highly inflated prices.
They have a complex set of rules that allow them to charge you credits constantly. When I asked for proof even one women of thousands that have actually left and married a foreigner, some happy customer that would easily allow there name to be used like many other sites, they could not provide even one. There should be hundreds by now if legitimate. They will say it is a security issue but how can it be if the man allows it.
I asked this of their online support , the only way they did allow you to contact them. I see now from all the complaints they have provided useless contact information online.
When you try to leave for the day the women try different methods to draw you back. When I asked them to close my account as I told them I could not stop and it was costing me too much, they offered me some free credits if I stayed. This is like giving an addicted gambler free chips to stay. The usual everyone else experiences, thousands of women pursue you over time. I paid for 6 different women's contact information when it used to cost much less. All send they would use email with me instead of the site if I did this.
Not one would email me after. There was one lady that offered to leave for me, saying she understood it was a rip off and she would use an external chat and email. I knew her a year. She said she was in love and wanted to come to me and said she had no money as they are all poor there she said. I was stupid enough to believe her lies. She had to buy a visa through an agency to ensure she got the visa at ten times the usual price.
She need living and moving expenses till she came. I tried to call a few times to Canada immigration and their out sourced partner and they said it was possible but they did not know as no amount was specifically specified for visitors. It would randomly be determined by the officers attitude the day the pass through.
She then said her bank took it to pay her student loans and she lost it. When she left VictoriaBrides she told me they put an imposture in her place when she left to continue to generate money from her profile. Other women there told me many things about the company's scams, always saying they were the exception. There is a lot more that happened but I think you understand some of what they and their women do.
I really hope we can stop them and help other from being emotionally damaged and their money taken. This is fraud, they are thieves and everyone is letting them get away with it. When will we fight back? I have talked to many here,hard to get a straight answer,have been to kiev to meet a lady but was way to difficult as needed an interpreter, i am going again to meet a lady who speaks english , so see how it goes,so any success stories.
They charge by "credit" for everything, to chat, write letters, look at pics, videos. They won't allow exchange of contact details unless through their site. I wrote my contact details in many different ways, they said they couldn't see them.
Don't waste your time and money. They lure you in with sexy pics and very sexual questions, just to grab your attention. I sent them reviews from site jabber and the link to it. Spend your money elsewhere, you're going to lose it here and other sites like it. The age old adage "if it's too good to be true, it usually it's is" definitely applies. I continually asked why a late 20s or 30 something would be interested in a 50 something. Stay far away from it All they do is ask way to much to watch a video that is not worth watching.
Plus they are as fake as their profiles. I have been affiliated with this site for over two years, in that time I have deleted and reinstated my profile approximately five times. After the first year I had over ladies that like me. The reason that I deleted my profile was for the same reason that Patrick M.
One other thing that was not mentioned a lot of times it seems that the ladies will slow down response time during chat, I've had it take up to 5 to 10 minutes before receiving a reply. The site says that the clock will only run for two credits and then suspend itself until something else is sent, but I have not found that to be true.
I also have learned that there are at least five different name sites that are actually all affiliated with Victoria. What I mean is the only difference is the name and credit prices the profiles for all the girls in the way the site operates is virtually the same on all of them. They are named Charmerly, loveSwans, Victoria heart, match truly, and Victoria brides, I have also come across the possibility of even more, but I have not verified them. I created profiles on all these sites and have determined that not all the Svetlana's I would chat with were the same, even though the profiles and photos were virtually identical.
At first I thought that the lady I was talking to may be a little dinghy, but after I realized they were not the same, it all made sense. You may wonder why I would talk to the same lady over many sites, basically, it was because of the price of credits, some of these would give discounts.
I was looking to communicate with my lady for less money. Remember that old additives boys buyer beware. As I said costs can go ballistic. Beware of the ploy to get you to view the girl's videos.
After they realize you are interested in one or more profiles you will be invited to view the girls' videos. If you consistently log in to profiles particularly at the weekend you risk being inundated with up to profiles 'drowning out' anyone you might be interested in.
The fake character of the site is demonstrated first by the fact that the ages of the girls bear no resemblance for the interest criteria you may have recorded e. This site can be addictive and becomes truly exorbitantly expensive. Do not for a moment imagine you are going to meet any of the truly beautiful [or otherwise] women. For a start the photos are so manipulated in Photoshop that they in the most part bear little resemblance to reality. Apart from the smudged outlines every now and again there is something that gives you a clue.
Always ask for the girl to send you an unretouched image by mail taken that morning!!! The girls will engage you in mindless tweets to encourage chatting because clearly they are remunerated on volume. It mounts up fast. You will be bombarded with messages.
I ended up with over a day incoming which was unmanageable. Add to that the fact you have to block or delete each message individually. You cannot do a page at a time. You cannot exchange any contact information so to arrange a meeting you have to go through the website and for that they ask you nothing less than to pay the equivalent of several hundred dollars. Yes the costs here can go ballistic. So how about forming a class and pursuing a civil action in Federal District Court and seek our justifiable remedies for return of our money.
If you want to participate respond to vbscam outlook. If you are looking for your soulmate you may find her if are willing to overlook all the scams on this site. The only way to determine if a lady is genuine is to get off site onto skype etc. Otherwise you need to hire a PI to determine whether she is real.
It seems the real women, if any, will send you a selfie with their children. That does not mean she will meet with you and may continue to hide behind the site for obvious reasons. I am in my late 60's and get hits from 18 year old gals who say "age is only a number". Be careful gentlemen this is serious business. I've been working for VictoriaBrides for a few days as a translator. In fact, the company is called Global Date, it is one of numerous VictoriaBrides's partners and subsidiaries who employs translators to communicate with foreign clients on behalf of so-called "brides".
You may look at company info and job offers here: In order to do that effectively, you are trained to create catch-on phrases like "If you were a cat where would you lick me? Each morning you have to invent 10 such phrases and you start your working day by sending the phrases to every client in your database.
As client respond by messenger or email, you have to flirt with him pretending you are a girl. Your goal is to make him do some action that is paid by credits - like sending photos, writing e-mails, posting images, and most of all, sending a present like phone or flowers. For each of such action a translator is rewarded by money.
Hoping to make more money, translators desperatly flirt and pretend that they are in "love". This way each translator falls in "love" with a hundred or so clients per day. In order to make clients "soft" all translators trained to devise crazy stories like "my cat has a cancer", "my granny is ill" etc. At the end of the day a translator changes places with other worker and cheating goes on.
There are about 50 translators in a room with a team leaders and a supervisor. All "brides" are models hired by VictoriaBrides in order to use their names, instagram photos etc.
There are so many tricks and cheats. It looks almost unbeliavable how can this exists? Why cannot police do something with it? Obviously this is a crime, a good-planned scam. Why victims never do anything? I would like to do something to help. If you want more info just let me know by email andreyzaharov gmail.
Read the reviews here, thought I would have a look anyway. Women are photo-shopped they don't even resemble the people you see later in their videos.
Thinner, crows feet are gone, completions are now clean with no apparent moles or bumps. Ask questions and get back gibberish. Ask to buy the address and apparently they are moving but don't know the new address, travel to North America for business and would be glad to meet anywhere but have no itinerary the days before.
Then when I caught on and started talking to 4 girls everyone needed car advice, or used slang North American expressions that would not be used in a translation. But I think the best one is removing enough credits so if I did want to talk to anyone which I don't I would have to buy more.
I got a picture of the girl I spoke to with flowers from someone else. The background was a place in Ukraine to fool me to think it was real.
The women may be real but they probably never receive your message. Save your money and go to a strip club, it may be a waste of money too but at least you'll see something up close and tangible. Save your hard earned dough. Can't give any stars to this rip off. And Victoria Brides, Victoria Hearts and Charmerly are all the same site, probably run by the same group iof I look closely.
Hi Monica, Nobody likes being ripped off. And Victoria Brides has been ripping men off for a long time. For real film flam, take a look at Mate1. There is your classic scammer site. Exactly, they are paid to act as if they are the women behind the fictitious profiles.
Just as their fine print says… they hire 3rd party individuals to great customers and to get conversations going. Since men are paying to communicate…. I had a hilarious time on phony asian charm scam. I made a free profile, and uploaded several photos of my cock.
It is obvious the female profiles are professional models, and likely taken by 1 or 2 different photogs. The messages that come in, relate to cliches like 'soulmate'. Do I believe a real woman is going to address a photo of my cock as her beloved soulmate in the offing?
It is so obvious that this website, Asia charm is fake. I get messages from different women that are worded exactly the same. Some of them even wear the exact same shoes. After several months of being a non-paying member, I guess the staff decided to turn up the heat, and started sending me sexually explicit messages.
Also, many women ask for my picture even though I posted several pictures on my profile. And some of the messages are so ridiculous it just makes me laugh.
Everyone is a business owner, or a doctor or nurse or a dancer. It's very unfortunate that the US attorney general, or the Attorney General's in the states cannot do something about these type of sites and take them down for good. I came across the site by accident and created a profile quickly because of time restaint. I did not upload a photo at the time because I was in a hurry. To my surprise when I went back on the site I had four responses and two of them were telling me how handsome I was.
That immediately sent up a red flag. The third email was two lines long and was very general to fit anyone. It was more like it was computer generated. I asked three questions. One of the questions was "how do you keep looking so young at age 50? Thanks for the heads up on this site I thought it was a bit dodgy when my mailbox had emails and all the girls were stunning,does anyone know a legit Asian site..
Mom another site related to Asia me I talked to one woman about the city she lives in and which I know well, but she gave evasive answers. Smelt like fake to me. If you are looking for volume filipina cupid. I got a one month membership, but the girls on there will quickly give you another IM to use. Plenty of scammers on there, but some good people to. By the time you talk to 20 or 30 it will start to become obvious who is who. Set up an account and used my 30 free credits in chat.
Had one "lady" constantly asking for photos of me hoping I would add credits and post pictures of my face, my dogs, my cat all at 10 credits a pop… When I contacted support to delete my account they started offering my various amounts of credits to stay. Finally was able to get it deleted. In less than two weeks I received over 1, chat request and emails…. I joined this site, no photos. Many replies, when I saw you, I liked you.
I found 2 girls from Cebu, exactly the same words, in their posts. Some girls, online 24 hours. They post photos of beautiful ladies, then, someone writing perfect English, texts you. This is a shocking scam. Beautiful ladies, but you are not chatting to them. Professional chatters pretend to be the girls. Some girls have identical posts. I have not and will not buy credits from this site.
The photo's are obviously professionally taken. All the women are posed in classic model mode. I recieved messages and over emails within 4 days from women ranging from 19 to The 55 year old looked about the same age as my 25 year old grand daughter.
I used up my free credits chatting to one female as a test and once the credits had run out I stopped. I have not recieved a single word back as to why I had stopped messaging her.
That is a big red flag to me, normal people would want to know. Now the crunch — I am 73 years of age, not looking my best — yet have over women wanting to be my girl. I came down in the last shower of rain too. Having had a bit of free fun, I am now going to delete my account. When you finally realise that you are not talking with the girl of your dreams, that this is a huge SCAM, then good luck, if you try to get shod of this site.
I unsubscribed many times, but they continue to send me rubbish. How is that possible? I never posted a photo. Half the time, it seems you are chatting with a computer. Any man who thinks he is talking to any of those beautiful ladies, needs to wake up, as his bank balance will soon drop. Be warned, they want your money. They not only use staff profiles, they have spam bots. My messages came in clusters of at a time. I would experience minutes without a single message, then bam, all at once 15 messages.
All messages were same format. I'd get clusters that all greeted with "Hi Name, I am the one for you then enter unique but generic statements ". After a few days, The same bot groups would repeat at same time. So I wound up with 15 messages in a row, all with same reply format, all with replies from 2 days ago, 1 day ago, 1 minute ago. Some serious scamming going on here.
I am forwarding what I have found to my attorney general.