Chemistry dating service advice on dating men with kids

Membership Plan: The membership base at is not as large as some competing sites, however, the members are generally looking for the same kind of deeper, fulfilling, loving relationships.

Many members are looking for long-term relationships or marriage, and the age range is generally over 30.

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At that point, I asked him to send me a selfie with a current news paper headline in the photo. I do not know his real name, but every email I get, I asked to skype or for their phone number or them coming to me, I never hear again. He claimed to be half Swiss and half English, a civil engineer, reside in NY (where I live), that he won a contract for a project in Cape Town, S. I demanded he give me his full name (not that he gave me his real name) and then I told him I was onto him and will take him down. I couldn't reach him after that by phone or text, so I emailed him with the same sentiments I expressed on the phone. I subsequently filed two complaints with Chemistry.com, and a report with the FBI, FCC, and the FTC about my incident.

Of course, that was the last time I heard from him. He knows my type and uses that to send emails from professional men that I would answer. Africa where he traveled to, and then was a victim of a carjacking/robbery at gunpoint when his Mac Book Pro laptop and i Phone 6 were stolen. And this guy chose to use the same "story" he and his fellow scammers have used to coerce a single, middle-aged woman to go out to the "nearest Best Buy or Apple Store" to buy and then send him a replacement Mac Book Pro and i Phone without even meeting me yet?! Fortunately, the only personal information this scammer got out of me were a few pics of me, my email address, and my phone number.

He said he was Dutch and an oil drilling consultant. She quickly offered to refund me the last 2 6 month charges and while I wanted to fight this I also wanted to just get this taken care of.

His mom was Dutch, his father American but he died when "Van" was 3. He was trying for a fourth loan when he disappeared on a month long work trip. Now I was probably being described as one of his stalkers like the many women who were calling when I thought things were going OK. She did confirm that they could see that I had NOT used the service since May of 2014...

It was obvious it was scripted and he didn't respond to my questions fully. I joined this site in January, and I have had 7 emails from 7 people, which were bogus. I joined about a month ago and paid $85 for a six-month subscription.

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