Can You Meet Asian Women on Our Review Explains Why You Can’t

 Oct, 02 - 2017   11 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • $4.24 for a 3 day trial renewing at $39.99 a month.
  • $19.99 a month subscription.
  • $81.39 for 3 months subscription.
  • $137.06 for 12 months subscription.


  • Search: Search for people based on gender, location etc.
  • News Feed:
  • Messages: Read messages or send messages to other members
  • Notifications: See who browsed your profile or who winked at you.


In this investigation we're focusing on a dating service called The reason for this investigation is to provide you with ample evidence and proof of wrongdoing on the part of the owners of IWantAsian. This dating service is connected to a multitude of different websites that we've exposed over the years. The long list includes,,, and These are just a few of the many sites owned by Together Networks which from our experience operates numerous misleading and deceitful websites operating as legitimate dating services. You can read our full investigation of below.

Messages Created & Sent From Computer Bots

One of the first plans of attack from a fictitious dating service is the use of weaponized software. When we say weaponized software we mean software designed to perform a fraudulent act. In this particular situation they're using computer software programming in the form of automated instant messages. As you can see in the evidence below circled in red we received 19 instant messages (so far) being members of IWantAsians. We need to strongly point out that these messages are not real. The website uses high-end computer software programs created by computer programmers to send instant messages to members of this site. The messages appear to be real (if you have no previous experience with fake dating services). The truth of what's really going on is that when you join a site like you will be inundated and bombarded with all forms of communication including fabricated instant messages and emails. The instant messages in this particular situation are used as a deceptive marketing tool that targets free members. If you're a free member you will start receiving instant messages and you cannot read those messages unless you buy a membership. That is the exact reason you're getting those fabricated instant messages is to direct you to a payment page where you must pay to read the instant messages. Unfortunately most people have no clue before it's too late that the messages are not legitimate. They're are trying very hard to get you to pay for a worthless membership on their phony personals site. All of this is proven and admitted to in the terms page of the site in section 1.

(Screenshot of some of fake 19 instant messages.)

Fabricated Notifications Sent To Members

All notifications on the site are phony as well. The notifications include notifying you when someone "winks" at you and when someone "browses your profile". It's all a fantasy. None of this is real. The same software being used to send you fake instant messages are also being used to make it appear as if women are browsing your profile and women are winking at you. Don't believe any of it because the website wants you to believe that all sorts of women on are interested in getting to know you (it's all a lie). All you need to do is upgrade and the females will magically hook up with you. This grand deception is a master plan, a scheme orchestrated to get you to upgrade. These computer software programs are being built solely for the reason of misleading you. This is all one massive fraud and the websites owners make millions of dollars by duping people into believing they are getting real messages and notifications.

(A screenshot  of the 21 fake automated notifications we received.)

Why Would Anyone Email A Guy Who Doesn't Have Any Photos In His Profile?

Just to add as much evidence as possible we've even taking a screenshot of the profile page created for this investigation. As you can see circled in red it tells us to "add your main photo" signifying that we haven't uploaded any photos to our profile yet. Why then are we getting 21 notifications and 19 instant messages from all different women when they have absolutely no clue what we look like? They don't know what we look like since we don't have any pictures in our profile and on top of that we haven't provided any personal information so they don't know anything about the person in the profile. This proves that computer software bots are sending us fake instant messages. If it was real women looking at our profile why would they bother sending us messages when they don't know what we look like and they don't know anything about us. None of it makes sense unless you realize that computer programs are being used. Computer bot programs don't care if you have a picture in your profile. A computer program has been built to perform a task and in this particular case they're being used to send people instant messages and notifications. They aren't designed to tell if you have a profile picture. And even in the terms and conditions page they state that they are using computer bots to send people automated communications (instant messages and notifications).

(Screen shot of the profile page showing we have no profile photo.)

Is This Site Responsible For Creating Fake Profiles?

Although the website doesn't discuss it in the terms and conditions page it is common knowledge that websites such as are responsible for fabricating their own profiles. In other words they make up fake profiles of girls that most people think are real. On other sites owned by that we've investigated in the past they've always admitted to the use of profiles that they're responsible for creating called Staff Profiles. It seems as if they've taken that specific paragraph out of the terms and conditions page on So there's no clear way to identify if they are creating fake profiles or not but you can use your own judgment and common sense and you will most likely come to the same conclusion that we did. 

Fake Profile Pages Using Photos Taken From Other Sites

As part of our investigation we used a tool called Tineye is a website used to identify where images are located across the internet. This works great for identifying where fake profile pictures are coming from. You can take a look at the evidence we've provided below with screenshots of female dating profiles on I Want Asian and we also show the links where these fake profiles have been taken from.

(Screenshot of a fake profile found on IWantAsian.)
This particular profile was found on various romance scammer websites. If you don't know what a romance scammer website is it's a website that lists people pretending to be women. Most of the time it's men located in countries like Nigeria who pretend to be females who try to build up your trust and eventually ask you for money. It's all about tricking you into giving them money.


(Screenshot of a fake profile found on IWantAsian.)

This girl is an escort and it's likely that her photo has been stolen to create a fake profile on IWantAsian.


The Terms And Conditions Reveals Their Deceptive Intentions

Below we've included parts of the terms and conditions that we'd like to include as evidence. In one part of the terms and conditions they talked about how they send emails and instant messages and also other forms of communication through an automatic pop-up notification system. This proves that the messages we're receiving are automated and they go on to state that some of these auto-generated activity alerts require an upgraded membership. This is the exact reason we're receiving those automated notifications to get you to upgrade. You can read everything below or click on this link to read it directly on the terms and conditions page of the website in section 1.

  1. To boost interaction between our members and in order to notify them of newly registered matches and any activity of that new user (i.e. registration, photo upload etc.) we may, from time to time, use an automatic pop up notification system and other communication channels e.g. inbox or instant messages to send Activity Alerts to you.

  2. …Some auto generated Activity Alerts may require an upgraded Paid Membership in order to see the content of message and reply to it.

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  • Address Of Host: 413 Horner Avenue, Toronto, ON, M8W 4W3, CA
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Final Decision:

This website is clearly involved in dirty tricks and deceptive marketing tactics. Their website is being used to make millions of dollars by scamming thousands of people looking for dates. How else can you explain an empty profile getting 19 instant messages? It doesn't make sense because it's all imaginary and the use of computer bots is being used to manipulate free members into believing they're getting contacted by local women. It's all a lie and we've exposed it.

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File A Report

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 Comments 11 comments

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  • David says:

    True. Iwantasian is a TOTAL SCAM. Not a single real profile. Communication bots. Even worse, I had to verbally abuse the billing dept to get my repeat billing canceled.

  • David says:

    Two other completely fake sites.

    Onenightfriend is another.

    not a single genuine profile. 100% communication bots 

  • David says:

    Almost no traffic in all Australia. 100% of contacts were scammers

  • Davif says:

    100% scammers

  • Brian says:

    100% Right

  • Earl says:

    I think that all these sites are fakes and are inter-locked. Every time you open and account with one, which I did ONCE you can get messages from another. If you click on another one, you will be billed for that as well. I once has $1200 racked up within an hour. I phoned my credit card company and they agreed to eliminate all of the charges except for the first one which I admitted I bought.

    The latest scam is “oops , something went wrong, call this number to rectify”. Only a bonehead would call that number (I didn’t} If anyone did , I am sure they would ask for you CC number and CSC number, and then you could sit back and watch as $10,000 get charged.

  • Neil says:

    Hi, there. In my naivety, I joined ‘I Want Asian’ with a view to dating, ie. meeting up in person, with some Mandarin speaking women. I soon discovered the hard way (after placing 3 photos) that the majority or large percentage just seem to want online sex!
    As with the first girl I contacted.
    After showering me with compliments, she finally admitted she had no intention of meeting up in person. Nor does the site allow you to do so!

  • Neil says:

    Hi, there. In my naivety, I joined ‘I Want Asian’ with a view to dating, ie. meeting up in person, with some Mandarin speaking women. I soon discovered the hard way (after placing 3 photos) that the majority or large percentage just seem to want online sex!
    As with the first girl I contacted.
    After showering me with compliments, she finally admitted she had no intention of meeting up in person. Nor does the site allow you to do so!
    It was only after discovering ‘DateBusters’, I was ‘put in the know’!

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