Someone recently raised a question I had on my mind for a while. Some girls are expected to be 'taken' by eligible bachelors, but at least among the girls I've been writing to, some quite pretty, no profiles have been deleted. Why?
Funny you mention it, but I've just seen one deleted. We'd swapped only about three letters, maybe four - nothing longer, then she signed off the last one with something along the lines of 'eagerly awaiting your reply' kind of thing, and when I tried to reply the profile had been deleted.
I asked fiance, wondering if they'd done it or she had, and they said she'd deleted it.
The joys of not actually having her email address, 'the agency(s) rule OK' :)
Two posts from another forum regarding fiance.com and if they try to delete me then I shall 'return' :)
I have a very attractive friend that posted her profile on fiance.com several years ago to see what type of men she might meet.....after about 6 months she was sick of it and asked them to remove her profile and stopped reading her emails.....If I recall it took them two years and a few requests by her to finally remove her pictures.
She was legit....the sight somewhat shaky.
I cancelled my membership with them because they do a horrible job of dealing with obvious scammers. There was a situation last month where I wrote one of their new ladies from Odessa. Her profile photos looked familiar, especially her hairstyle and makeup. I later discovered that the scammer had lifted the photos from one of the top ladies at Alice Agency in Poltava. Live Support at Fiance.com was contacted to correct the situation, and I was told that it "would be taken care of". Two weeks later the scammer was a Miss Wow.
They do a poor job of keeping up with some of the legit ladies on their site, too. One of ladies from Kharkov has been engaged since early summer and was recently married.
I would be very annoyed if I was enaged and the woman remained on the site.
I think many woman like being on here and after finding someone, do not want to burn their bridges.
It poses a good question, at what stage in a relationship should the woman remove her profile?