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Is VictoriaHearts.com A Site To Meet Real Russian Women Or A Scam? Find Out The Truth!

If you thought we were exaggerating about the website sending out messages to people then you haven't read the terms and conditions page yet. They don't want to offer any real value, their goal is to deceive as many people as possible and they do a great job at it!

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And the real problem here is not that we got 30 messages but the fact that first of all our profile page didn't have any pictures at all. These women have absolutely no idea what we look like. Why is this important to mention? It's because on any dating service no man or women is going to contact you unless they know what you look like. The first thing people do is look at your photos, that's how they find out if there is a connection.

These aren't just regular females, the photographs of these women are professionally taken and the woman themselves look as if they are Russian and Ukrainian models.

Are these women really contacting us or something else going on here? Screen shot of our empty profile that has no photos in it. We're not sure if this is happening on Victoria Hearts but on other websites that we have reviewed and exposed for fraud they were using something called "automated bots". An automated computer bot is a software program created to mimic and act like a real web user.

These software programs can send people emails and instant messages on dating sites. On Victoria Hearts the messages we're receiving could easily be sent from computer bots and not from real Russian women.

Why would they do this? They would do this because if you're getting a flurry of messages and you start replying to all of them it's going to cost you a fortune. This is how Victoria Hearts makes money, from people purchasing credits to communicate with other members. The more messages you receive the more money it will cost you to reply to those messages. The result of course is the corporation that runs VictoriaHearts. Is this what's going on with this site? Our dating profile is empty, no pictures in it and all of a sudden we start getting large amounts of messages.

Why the hell would anyone want to contact a profile who doesn't have one single picture on the page? It doesn't make sense unless you understand that automated messages from computer bots are what's really happening.

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.

Kylie Jenner if you don't know is a reality star on a reality show called Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Obviously the email is fake because there would be absolutely no reason for Kylie Jenner to email our profile on MeetMilfy.

When we tried to read the email we were stopped and were sent to a page where we were requested to upgrade to a paid membership so we could read the email message. If you thought we were exaggerating about the website sending out messages to people then you haven't read the terms and conditions page yet.

In the terms page they state that to boost interaction between their members they may from time to time use an automatic pop up notification system and send you emails, instant messages and activity alerts to your inbox. Then it goes on to state some of the automatically generated activity alerts may require you to have an upgraded paid subscription to the site.

Exactly what we've been saying. Gina is a phony profile using stolen photos of Kylie Jenner an American reality television personality. Below we've provided a screenshot showing showing 4 different females who contacted us on the site.

One of those female profiles is using a stolen profile pic of Kylie Jenner and three other women with no photographs in their profiles. The emails are another mechanism that Meet Milfy uses to bait you and lure you into a paid subscription to their website. Any emails we tried to read wasn't possible because we needed to upgrade to a paid membership on the site. There aren't any real MILFs emailing us.

All of it is a lie and used to get anyone who joins the site to subscribe to a paid monthly membership on Meetmilfy. If you need more evidence that this milf site is a con look no further than the profile pictures on the website. Below we have taken 3 screenshots of 3 different profiles. All three of those profiles are phony. Using a special software tool we were able to identify where these fictitious profile pictures actually came from.

You can take a look at the links below and see that one of the women is actually Kylie Jenner a reality star. We also show you other profiles that have been copied from other sources online. The website already admits that they do create profile pages that are created and operated by their own staff.

A fictitious profile without any picture is useless so what do the staff members working for MeetMilfy do? They scour the internet looking for the best photos to create bogus profile pages with. And this is all admitted to the fact that they do create profiles is discussed in their terms and conditions page. Phony profile found on other sites.

Fake profile picture found on other sites. Stolen profile photo i s actually Kyle Jenner. We talked about the terms and conditions page a few times in this review. The terms reveal many things you're probably not aware of, such as the fact that they create profiles which are managed by their own employees. And they also confessed that they use an automatic pop-up notification system to send you emails, instant messages and also activity alerts.

It's all discussed right on their own website. You can click on this link to read it directly on their site or read the most important parts of the terms and conditions page below. We may, from time to time, create profiles which are created, maintained and managed by our employees "Staff Profiles". The purpose of these Staff Profiles is to enable us to ensure our Services are operating properly by testing the Services, features and functionalities, and to research our products and Services.

To boost interaction between our members and in order to notify them of newly registered matches and any activity of that new user i. What's the point of MeetMilfy.

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