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These guys analyzed the Ashley Madison data dump and found that 99.99% of the female accounts were FAKE.

This made for a ratio of about 20 million men to 1 thousand women. The men were basically paying the site for nothing at all.

I wonder how many other dating sites fake their female profiles too.

http://gizmodo.com/almost-none-of-the-w ... 1725558944



Online dating is a sausage-fest. Pretty much. It kinda hurts your whole hypergamy argument, though, since so much of that is based on online dating.
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cats wrote:
New Poster wrote:Online dating is a sausage-fest. Pretty much. It kinda hurts your whole hypergamy argument, though, since so much of that is based on online dating.

Yeah I wonder how many fake girls there are on OKCupid because that would fuck up that data.

Still the fact that so many more men actually make profiles in the first place tells you something.


I'd be particularly interested in Tinder, but they keep that data under lock and key



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Its a pure scam, here is what happened:

A guy mostly single sometimes married joins because they heard about this infamous cheating site
Pokes around
looks at women in the area
realizes they are all bots and leaves and ignores his account
if he doesn't realize they are bots he pays for membership
he messages a few and finds out they are bots
he loses money and is scammed
he then leaves his account

The hack happens
If his credit card and full name is there he is fucked.
If a disposable email address or he has a common name or his email doesn't contain his name life goes on.
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purpletentacle wrote:Further confirms my theory that there are way more men than women in the world but that this is covered up by society / the government.


I'm open to that to being the case. However it still doesn't prove it. Really if a woman wants to commit adultery in her she doesn't need to use a site. You are really better off having an affair with someone and doing it so there are no texts even if you really want to get away with it. This goes for both male and female.

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purpletentacle wrote:Further confirms my theory that there are way more men than women in the world but that this is covered up by society / the government.


I'm open to that to being the case. However it still doesn't prove it. Really if a woman wants to commit adultery in her she doesn't need to use a site. You are really better off having an affair with someone and doing it so there are no texts even if you really want to get away with it. This goes for both male and female.

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But would that mean women don't cheat that much as Sluthate suggests?

No, J/K

The truth is, women don't give a shit about special site for "cheaters". They can just browse Tinder or meet men from social circle.

It is clueless below-average men who think you need some special website, some magic software to cheat.

It only proves how men are clueless about the dating market. Fucking LOL.

There are probably much more women on other sites this one wasn't really about validation, the Number one reason for a shitcunt to join a dating site/app.

Maldoror wrote:There are probably much more women on other sites this one wasn't really about validation, the Number one reason for a shitcunt to join a dating site/app.


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I knew the ratios were heavily skewed (they always are, women don't need websites to meet people), but holy shit this is terrible.

Anal prolapse wrote:But would that mean women don't cheat that much as Sluthate suggests?

No, J/K

The truth is, women don't give a shit about special site for "cheaters". They can just browse Tinder or meet men from social circle.

It is clueless below-average men who think you need some special website, some magic software to cheat.

It only proves how men are clueless about the dating market. Fucking LOL.


Yup. Women can use Tinder or whatever other platform they want when they're looking to cheat, but most don't even need that. They usually already have several FWBs/alpha ex boyfriends they can call up when they want to get pounded or simply by going about and living their lives can meet this "friend" of theirs to do it. She's more likely to cuck you with someone she already knows.
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These guys analyzed the Ashley Madison data dump and found that 99.99% of the female accounts were FAKE.

This made for a ratio of about 20 million men to 1 thousand women. The men were basically paying the site for nothing at all.

I wonder how many other dating sites fake their female profiles too.

http://gizmodo.com/almost-none-of-the-w ... 1725558944


Good pick up Cats, I'd say the entire online dating/sex industry is one massive scam that is allowed to get away with their shit, because the online dating industry is very poorly regulated. And once again, further proof what a sausage fest online dating is.

Here's further proof what a scam on line dating is, the links below are from a BBC (British Broadcasting Commission) TV documentary that exposes what a complete scam the online dating industry is.


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PuaKiller wrote:I knew the ratios were heavily skewed (they always are, women don't need websites to meet people), but holy shit this is terrible.

Anal prolapse wrote:But would that mean women don't cheat that much as Sluthate suggests?

No, J/K

The truth is, women don't give a shit about special site for "cheaters". They can just browse Tinder or meet men from social circle.

It is clueless below-average men who think you need some special website, some magic software to cheat.

It only proves how men are clueless about the dating market. Fucking LOL.


Yup. Women can use Tinder or whatever other platform they want when they're looking to cheat, but most don't even need that. They usually already have several FWBs/alpha ex boyfriends they can call up when they want to get pounded or simply by going about and living their lives can meet this "friend" of theirs to do it. She's more likely to cuck you with someone she already knows.

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cats wrote:
Maldoror wrote:There are probably much more women on other sites this one wasn't really about validation, the Number one reason for a shitcunt to join a dating site/app.

Yeah probably, but how will we ever know? These dating sites need to be seriously investigated by the government for fraud. The only reason Ashley Madison was exposed as a scam was because someone hacked them.

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I'd say the entire online dating/sex industry needs to be investigated and cleaned up, and where applicable criminal charges be laid against the owners of these sites, but I can't see this happening anytime

cats wrote:
New Poster wrote:
I'd be particularly interested in Tinder, but they keep that data under lock and key

Yeah all of them do. It's criminal that they have so many fake accounts. There should be an oversight committee to inspect these fraudulent dating sites. Men are wasting their time, money and energy chasing women who don't even exist.

Great post Cats, and you have hit the nail firmly on the head, and here's further proof what you have just stated is 100% correct.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_OI7f3j41k
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Master Yoda wrote:
cats wrote:Yeah all of them do. It's criminal that they have so many fake accounts. There should be an oversight committee to inspect these fraudulent dating sites. Men are wasting their time, money and energy chasing women who don't even exist.

Great post Cats, and you have hit the nail firmly on the head, and here's further proof what you have just stated is 100% correct.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_OI7f3j41k


Notice the eyebrow raising microexpression at 0:53 when the baldie says "All profiles are real".

That's probably the only legit microexpression that exists.
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Holy fuck the video is legit as fuck. Should make a new thread just for that.

Guys this is starting to freak me out.

One time I was on hot or not and saw a profile from a girl I knew in real life. I asked her about it and she said she had never heard of the site.

Master Yoda wrote:
cats wrote:Yeah probably, but how will we ever know? These dating sites need to be seriously investigated by the government for fraud. The only reason Ashley Madison was exposed as a scam was because someone hacked them.

+1
I'd say the entire online dating/sex industry needs to be investigated and cleaned up, and where applicable criminal charges be laid against the owners of these sites, but I can't see this happening anytime


definitely the pay for sites need to be regulated...tbh I think the biggest problem with pay for sites is not fake profiles BUT dormant/dead profiles...real profiles where the people simply are not using the site anymore because they have found someone/given up.. of course the site is not going to willingly clean up their site as a HUGE amount of profiles will simply not exist and it can be disheartening to find out there are only 10 actual real life women in your area genuinely looking for a partner.imho ANY profile of a woman on a site for more than 3 months is either dead/dormant or if the profile is active the woman is an attention whore or deluded perfection seeker...probably 1 month is more realistic nowadays

ThereIsNoGame wrote:Guys this is starting to freak me out.

One time I was on hot or not and saw a profile from a girl I knew in real life. I asked her about it and she said she had never heard of the site.


This doesn't surprise me, as per the BBC documentary I posted a link to, many of these dating sites will create a fake profile using a photo of someone (whose photo was on the internet), who wasn't even a member of the said dating site.

backagain wrote:
Master Yoda wrote:+1
I'd say the entire online dating/sex industry needs to be investigated and cleaned up, and where applicable criminal charges be laid against the owners of these sites, but I can't see this happening anytime


definitely the pay for sites need to be regulated...tbh I think the biggest problem with pay for sites is not fake profiles BUT dormant/dead profiles...real profiles where the people simply are not using the site anymore because they have found someone/given up.. of course the site is not going to willingly clean up their site as a HUGE amount of profiles will simply not exist and it can be disheartening to find out there are only 10 actual real life women in your area genuinely looking for a partner.imho ANY profile of a woman on a site for more than 3 months is either dead/dormant or if the profile is active the woman is an attention whore or deluded perfection seeker...probably 1 month is more realistic nowadays


I'd say ALL dating/or sex sites need to be regulated, paid or free, not that there many true free dating sites around.

You have made a good point about dormant profiles that should be removed by the dating sites, but I have to respectfully disagree with you regarding the issue of fake profiles. As it has now been revealed, the creation of fake profiles is one of the main reasons the internet dating industry has such a bad name, and the recent Ashley Madison hack is further evidence of this, in addition to the BBC documentary. Also, in addition to fake profiles created by the site owners to suck in unsuspecting men, you have the issue of webcam whores, Nigerian scammers etc, who use online dating sites to target their chosen victims.

Not that I can see this happening anytime soon, or at all, but this is my proposal on how the on line dating industry needs to be regulated, as history has clearly shown the industry cannot be trusted to self regulate itself.

1) The particular online dating site, must set up an office (and they have the money to do this), where any new member must present themselves in person and positively identify themselves with a photo drivers license, passport, birth certificate etc, no positive ID, you DON'T get signed up. This measure would eliminate the webcam girls, Nigerian scammers, attention whores etc, plus this would eliminate the tactic where someone posts an out of date photo that was taken 15 years and 15kg ago. ie. the photo would be a current one.

2) The online dating site must be honest about the true gender ratios of their respective sites, for example if their site has say 200,000 members, then it must give an accurate as possible break up eg.110,000 men, 90,000 women. If most unsuspecting men realised what a total sausage/cock fest all on line dating/sex sites are, no man in his right mind would sign up (unless he is a good looking Chad/slayer).

In saying this, I am not suggesting that in any shape or form that the said online dating/sex site must guarantee every member a partner/s, absolutely not, because at the end of the day it's both the man and the woman's decision if they are attracted to one another, and whether they wish to engage in any kind of romantic/sexual relationship. However, an online dating/or sex site should ensure that all profiles are real people who are genuinely using the respective dating/sex site for the purpose it was intended for.

Bunch of dudes paying money to talk to other dudes. Epic fail lol

Master Yoda wrote:
backagain wrote:
definitely the pay for sites need to be regulated...tbh I think the biggest problem with pay for sites is not fake profiles BUT dormant/dead profiles...real profiles where the people simply are not using the site anymore because they have found someone/given up.. of course the site is not going to willingly clean up their site as a HUGE amount of profiles will simply not exist and it can be disheartening to find out there are only 10 actual real life women in your area genuinely looking for a partner.imho ANY profile of a woman on a site for more than 3 months is either dead/dormant or if the profile is active the woman is an attention whore or deluded perfection seeker...probably 1 month is more realistic nowadays


I'd say ALL dating/or sex sites need to be regulated, paid or free, not that there many true free dating sites around.

You have made a good point about dormant profiles that should be removed by the dating sites, but I have to respectfully disagree with you regarding the issue of fake profiles. As it has now been revealed, the creation of fake profiles is one of the main reasons the internet dating industry has such a bad name, and the recent Ashley Madison hack is further evidence of this, in addition to the BBC documentary. Also, in addition to fake profiles created by the site owners to suck in unsuspecting men, you have the issue of webcam whores, Nigerian scammers etc, who use online dating sites to target their chosen victims.

Not that I can see this happening anytime soon, or at all, but this is my proposal on how the on line dating industry needs to be regulated, as history has clearly shown the industry cannot be trusted to self regulate itself.

1) The particular online dating site, must set up an office (and they have the money to do this), where any new member must present themselves in person and positively identify themselves with a photo drivers license, passport, birth certificate etc, no positive ID, you DON'T get signed up. This measure would eliminate the webcam girls, Nigerian scammers, attention whores etc, plus this would eliminate the tactic where someone posts an out of date photo that was taken 15 years and 15kg ago. ie. the photo would be a current one.

2) The online dating site must be honest about the true gender ratios of their respective sites, for example if their site has say 200,000 members, then it must give an accurate as possible break up eg.110,000 men, 90,000 women. If most unsuspecting men realised what a total sausage/cock fest all on line dating/sex sites are, no man in his right mind would sign up (unless he is a good looking Chad/slayer).

In saying this, I am not suggesting that in any shape or form that the said online dating/sex site must guarantee every member a partner/s, absolutely not, because at the end of the day it's both the man and the woman's decision if they are attracted to one another, and whether they wish to engage in any kind of romantic/sexual relationship. However, an online dating/or sex site should ensure that all profiles are real people who are genuinely using the respective dating/sex site for the purpose it was intended for.


then it would be a personalised dating agency of sorts, which used to exist (probably still do today) for people - the main reason businesses will not do this simply down to money and time...mainly money though as it takes a lot of cash to pay someone to check that the details are correct

one issue I have with sites free or otherwise is their reluctance or inability to take any action when you report some scamming bitch/man..again thats down to time and money... I have reported several users of sites for claiming to be here in Switzerland when after a little chatting they admit they are out of the country...they do fuck all about it even when presented with copies of chat sessions...

Master Yoda wrote:
backagain wrote:
definitely the pay for sites need to be regulated...tbh I think the biggest problem with pay for sites is not fake profiles BUT dormant/dead profiles...real profiles where the people simply are not using the site anymore because they have found someone/given up.. of course the site is not going to willingly clean up their site as a HUGE amount of profiles will simply not exist and it can be disheartening to find out there are only 10 actual real life women in your area genuinely looking for a partner.imho ANY profile of a woman on a site for more than 3 months is either dead/dormant or if the profile is active the woman is an attention whore or deluded perfection seeker...probably 1 month is more realistic nowadays


I'd say ALL dating/or sex sites need to be regulated, paid or free, not that there many true free dating sites around.

You have made a good point about dormant profiles that should be removed by the dating sites, but I have to respectfully disagree with you regarding the issue of fake profiles. As it has now been revealed, the creation of fake profiles is one of the main reasons the internet dating industry has such a bad name, and the recent Ashley Madison hack is further evidence of this, in addition to the BBC documentary. Also, in addition to fake profiles created by the site owners to suck in unsuspecting men, you have the issue of webcam whores, Nigerian scammers etc, who use online dating sites to target their chosen victims.

Not that I can see this happening anytime soon, or at all, but this is my proposal on how the on line dating industry needs to be regulated, as history has clearly shown the industry cannot be trusted to self regulate itself.

1) The particular online dating site, must set up an office (and they have the money to do this), where any new member must present themselves in person and positively identify themselves with a photo drivers license, passport, birth certificate etc, no positive ID, you DON'T get signed up. This measure would eliminate the webcam girls, Nigerian scammers, attention whores etc, plus this would eliminate the tactic where someone posts an out of date photo that was taken 15 years and 15kg ago. ie. the photo would be a current one.

2) The online dating site must be honest about the true gender ratios of their respective sites, for example if their site has say 200,000 members, then it must give an accurate as possible break up eg.110,000 men, 90,000 women. If most unsuspecting men realised what a total sausage/cock fest all on line dating/sex sites are, no man in his right mind would sign up (unless he is a good looking Chad/slayer).

In saying this, I am not suggesting that in any shape or form that the said online dating/sex site must guarantee every member a partner/s, absolutely not, because at the end of the day it's both the man and the woman's decision if they are attracted to one another, and whether they wish to engage in any kind of romantic/sexual relationship. However, an online dating/or sex site should ensure that all profiles are real people who are genuinely using the respective dating/sex site for the purpose it was intended for.


LOLOLOL, no, the industry SHOULD NOT be regulated.

Faggots got scammed, I'm laughing at the motherfuckers.

Fuck them.

Stupid assholes who thought they will cheat on others with others cheating on others.

They deserve to have their money stolen.

backagain wrote:
Master Yoda wrote:
I'd say ALL dating/or sex sites need to be regulated, paid or free, not that there many true free dating sites around.

You have made a good point about dormant profiles that should be removed by the dating sites, but I have to respectfully disagree with you regarding the issue of fake profiles. As it has now been revealed, the creation of fake profiles is one of the main reasons the internet dating industry has such a bad name, and the recent Ashley Madison hack is further evidence of this, in addition to the BBC documentary. Also, in addition to fake profiles created by the site owners to suck in unsuspecting men, you have the issue of webcam whores, Nigerian scammers etc, who use online dating sites to target their chosen victims.

Not that I can see this happening anytime soon, or at all, but this is my proposal on how the on line dating industry needs to be regulated, as history has clearly shown the industry cannot be trusted to self regulate itself.

1) The particular online dating site, must set up an office (and they have the money to do this), where any new member must present themselves in person and positively identify themselves with a photo drivers license, passport, birth certificate etc, no positive ID, you DON'T get signed up. This measure would eliminate the webcam girls, Nigerian scammers, attention whores etc, plus this would eliminate the tactic where someone posts an out of date photo that was taken 15 years and 15kg ago. ie. the photo would be a current one.

2) The online dating site must be honest about the true gender ratios of their respective sites, for example if their site has say 200,000 members, then it must give an accurate as possible break up eg.110,000 men, 90,000 women. If most unsuspecting men realised what a total sausage/cock fest all on line dating/sex sites are, no man in his right mind would sign up (unless he is a good looking Chad/slayer).

In saying this, I am not suggesting that in any shape or form that the said online dating/sex site must guarantee every member a partner/s, absolutely not, because at the end of the day it's both the man and the woman's decision if they are attracted to one another, and whether they wish to engage in any kind of romantic/sexual relationship. However, an online dating/or sex site should ensure that all profiles are real people who are genuinely using the respective dating/sex site for the purpose it was intended for.


then it would be a personalised dating agency of sorts, which used to exist (probably still do today) for people - the main reason businesses will not do this simply down to money and time...mainly money though as it takes a lot of cash to pay someone to check that the details are correct

one issue I have with sites free or otherwise is their reluctance or inability to take any action when you report some scamming bitch/man..again thats down to time and money... I have reported several users of sites for claiming to be here in Switzerland when after a little chatting they admit they are out of the country...they do fuck all about it even when presented with copies of chat sessions...


I agree that it would be both costly and time consuming, but the internet dating sites have the money to do it when you take into account the huge sums of money they generate out of the members subscription fees. However, like I said before, whilst the internet dating industry needs to be better regulated and reformed, realistically it won't happen, most likely not in our lifetimes.

And yes, the dating sites are very slack when your report scammers to them, but you have to remember that the owners of these sites are scammers themselves, it's like putting Count Dracula in charge of the blood bank.
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