Can You Really Meet Ukrainian Women On Learn The Truth

 Apr, 07 - 2017   16 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Anastasia Date


  • 1000 Credits $399.00
  • 1000 Credits for $400.00
  • 160 Credits for $96.00
  • 20 Credits for $7.99


  • Live Chat: You can start a private chat session with any member who is currently online using Live Chat.
  • CamShare: Share your webcam with other members of the site.
  • Virtual Gifts: Send virtual gifts to women.
  • Flowers & Presents: Send flowers and presents to female members you are trying to whoa.
  • Call Me:Talk directly to the female member you are interested interacting with.

Overview is another site connected to,, and Since we’ve already done a few different reviews of dating sites from the same network we already have an an idea about what to expect with Anastasia Date. We still registered on the site and have a full review below for you to read. Some of the things that the review covers includes pricing, features and also if the site is legitimate or a scam.

We Received 35 Emails But Our Profile Is Empty

Why is it that we join these kind of sites that email are non stop? It’s the same scenario over and over again. We register on a dating site and shortly thereafter emails start pouring in which never seem to stop. Even if we have an empty profile, no pictures in our profile it doesn’t matter.

So what’s actually going on?

Are we receiving real emails from legitimate Ukrainian women who are interested in getting to know us or is this all one big hoax? From our research you do interact with real women but from what we’ve read from other reviewers it seems as if you’re interacting with women who are paid to reply and send you all types of communications from chat messages to emails. works on a credit-based system so we believe their intention is to get you to use as many credits as possible because then you will need to replenish your credits by purchasing more costing you more money and making the owners of the site a larger profit. Can we prove all of this,no. This is our opinion and many members who have purchase credits and bought memberships on Anastasia Date have talked about this. The women are real but they are employees paid to chat with you that is the bottom line.

(Screenshot of 35 emails we have received.)

Did You Know That You Get Enrolled Into A $9.99 Membership?

If you purchase credits on this site you should know that you are automatically enrolled in a monthly subscription to You first month is free but there after it’s $9.99 every single month. This is on top of any credits that you purchase to email other members of the site. It’s all written in light grey print so you don’t see it but rest assured you will be charged $9.99 without your consent or knowledge. We strongly suggest you look at your credit card statements to see those charges and if you’re not happy with them cancel your membership. Read about this in the terms and conditions in section #14.

Real Online Reviews Explain What’s Really Going On

For our investigation we never upgraded and purchased any credits, we never gave the website our credit card information. We were to leary to give them our credit card info and some of the reviews below could explain why we don’t trust this website.

While researching for this investigation we read legitimate online reviews and many of them were critical calling the positive reviews of AnastasiaDate fake and most likely written by employees are paid contractors of the site. From our own research this very well could be happening but once again we don’t have sold proof of this, this is only our opinion.

One reviewer called Berry states that the ladies on AnastasiaDate are for real but many of them are in a committed relationship. He goes on to state that “there’s two types of women working at You have the models and then you have the translators. The models are the woman who have a webcam and work at the agency doing video chat via webcam. They make money by chatting with you.” This is where your credits get burned up the most.

Then he states that “translators work for AnastasiaDate, they are the ones who could be married or attached. Their job is to chat with you via email for which they are paid for. “That’s why this website works on a credit-based system because the more emails you send the more expensive it costs.

Something to take away from Barry’s review is that these people are paid employees of Anastasia Date and they receive compensation to chat with you and go on webcam with you. It’s a job to them, from what Barry points out in this review.

Another reviewer named Daniel says “This is a total business and the girls are not real.” He says that he has seen firsthand how Anastasia Date works. Don’t waste your money on website. Any website that charges credits for chatting and will not allow personal information between two adults is not real.” What he’s talking about is that you cannot give your phone number to the girl that you’re interacting with (because she is most likely an employee).

Terry says that you are chatting with boss. He gave the website one out of five and stays if you want to pay real money to chat with fake women this website he is probably right for you. They pay women and Eastern Europe to use the site and initiate chest to create an impression that you are a popular man. You paragraph and what this does is that you need to purchase credits to chat with all the women who have initiated a conversation or who have sent you an email. This can cost you quite a bit of money if you don’t watch out.

This reviewer Called Bruce says that Anastasia Date lies, cheats, and steals. Then he goes on to say that apparently AnastasiaDate staff have been posting at reviews sites to claim they are legitimate. Well they are not and here is his story where he talks about how he spent thousands of dollars even flying to the Ukraine four different times meeting women he’s a thought he supposedly was interacting with and sending passionate emails online only to only to find out that it was a totally different women on every single visit he was chatting with.

This reviewer was unfortunately very gullible and after the fourth visit finally realized that it was all a scam spending thousands of dollars.

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Contact Information :

  • Phone: 800-356-3130
  • Addresses: 1551 5th Ave New York, New York10176, USA
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

The big question is can you meet and eventually marry Ukrainian women from Our opinion says no. This is a money-making scheme used to get you to purchase credits so the website and the employees can make money while duping Western men into pain for the privilege of interacting with Ukrainian women on this website. This is our opinion you can do whatever you like. If you have any experience with this site please leave a comment below we appreciate any valid information you have on this International dating service.

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 Comments 16 comments

  • Phill Davis says:

    Yes I joined this one and put false info an then put my real age an I constantly get email from all these young perfect looking woman that look like modles half my age it's a joke. I don't think it's ever credit card details but after reading this I'm going to check my bank statements carefully. I joined this site after googling it to see if it was a scam an imusthsve got scammed then cos I'm sure the review I read said it was a light dating site 

  • ZA_meisie says:

    From my experience with Anastasia (not a staff "lady" but rather an amateur self-proclaimed investigator, as I tried to open my brother in laws eyes to their working scheme) I can say this is just a money milking machine. Since free-lancing online dating became a bit suspicious and there are more than enough cases when guys got scammed off their money, Anastasia chose a different approach.  Their ladies are not allowed to ask prospective spouses for financial support and an unsuspecting victim might think,  that this way he would steer clear off a con woman. Turns up that there are more ways,  legitimate ones to make him part with his fortune. Only difference to a "send me money for ticket" story is that the Lions share of the profit lands up in a pocket of the agency branch director and the girl only gets commission.  Some girls on this site are real and they actually get to meet their suitors face to face as he comes over to Russia/Ukraine on a romance trip,   but every time their relationship ends with an excuse that the chemistry between them didn't take off and she did not feel like he was her soul mate.  In the mean time,  besides  the credits spent and presents sent,  the man still takes her to site seeing ,   restaurants,   shopping malls, night clubs,  you name it. All the time the lady has to be accompanied by an interpreter and taken around in a cab. Obviously these services are charged for at a rate a way higher than for an average tourist. Any way you look at it you are getting taken,  be it a guy with woman's pictures from a no name site who scams you for passport money or a well known  agency like Anastasia.  One more thing to mention, no self respecting lady,  who looks for serious relationship would be parading in front of every Tom,  Dick and Harry just in undergarments  as if she wants to put herself on an auction and get the highest bid. Think about this folks,  do you want a showgirl with tits and butt for a wife or an average looking woman,  who does not have to be fat and ugly at all,  yet prefers to save all her traits for only one man. 

  • Hal says:

    I have been a member at Anastasiadate for a number of years. Here are my observations:

    – Most of the women are interested in chatting because they benefit monetarily by chatting. 

    – If you ask them for exchange for contact information they will come up for every kind of excuse not to do that because they are not serious about meeting or any long term relation.

    – You will get thousands of invitation letters from women as young as 18 years old because their purpose is to generate letters and chat

    – If you see a woman online all the time, that means it is her work and how she earns money.

    – If you see a lot of half-naked pictures of a woman on her profile that means it is to entice you into chatting and writing letters. More you chat, more letters you write, you will loose money and time.

    In short, avoid this site like otherwiese you will be wasting a lot of money and time.

  • Richard says:

    This is my story :

    This site is equipped with a sophisticated system to rob money from men who become obsessed to be online because they think they are dealing with beautiful women according to the profile they see.
    A lot of those profiles are no longer active but are used by the system to create fake chats to the members. These chat either generated by the system or by its operators.
    Also a lot of young girls here are not serious and tend to flirt only in chats and they dont have intentions to have real meetings. They have boyfriends and they join the site only for fun during their free time.
    I received thousands of letters, most of those are fake letters generated by the system and only a few of those are genuine. The challenge then is to exchange your id with the real girls, because the site will block you in any way they can.
    If your wish is to find your soulmate from Ukraine then its better to locate local agencies that have been proven in helping foreigner to find their beloved there.

  • Danny says:

    Total complete scam…. I have actually talked to a couple that was real and carried on a good conversation. One was interested in coming here to the USA. She already travels here, but once we started talking about meeting in real life, her conversation changed. Then I caught a huge lie, but it did not come from the lady, it came from the agency. There are some real women, but the agency will intervene and stop you from meeting in real life. They don't make money if you leave. The site fianlly had to admit there was something not right. Why, because after a few messages with the site "HELP" desk, then I sent a screen shot of the agency screw up…. Then they realized I had several screen shots from many different screw ups, they wanted all the screen shots to help stop the problems. Sure they do…  I would get the very same exact word for word messages from different profiles.

    Why don't you all complain to the FCC? I am and the more people complaining the faster those sites get shut down in the USA.

  • Thomas says:

    Anastasia Date is so bogus, the above experiences are correct.  And another fact when you provide absolute proof the women on the site is a scammer in the form of emails asking for money, that women listed on Anti-Scammer sites, the Customer Support Team states their "verfication team" can find no wrong doing.  This is a total scam operation from top to bottom.  It is interesting when you register, show no picture of yourself, do not complete the profile, "boom" you have 50 emails saying how much they love you.  A website is in the making targeting one particular scammer but will be soliciting comments and former members of this scam to join a Class Action Suit against the parent firm, Social Discovery Ventures and all the subsidiaries of Anastasia Date.  You will be able to tell your story, show the photo of your scammer and if you had interaction with "the Customer Support Team keep copies of those emails.  They look at nothing. 99.9% of the women on this site are compensated by their local agency by the amount of money they generate in chat time and video chats who is then reimbursed by Social Discovery Venures via Anastasia Date and the subsidiaries.  All the women have contracts ranging from 3 to 5 years and if they wish to get out, they have to pay a penalty.   

  • Nigel says:

    I was misled by a woman on the AnastasiaDate site for almost a year. Her background details are on Instagram at marinazakutnyaya_the_real_one

    The Verification team found nothing wrong with the misleading conduct. What a surprise. My complaint went in circles. This is just a site to extract your money. Do not believe the hype they put out. You are not protected and they will support the conduct of misleading profiles.

  • JAY WARD says:

     I'm getting ready to break ties with who I thought seemed different from the above stories in one respect. She  ever asked for anything. She actually sent a camera back because it was not compatible with her laptop. I was shocked  other girls would "fall in love" withing minutes, hours or days. They asked for Visas. This is the one anomaly. I can't figure out why she would not except a gift she could have sold easily. She gives extensive background on "herself". She even said her Dad was a Russian officer in the military. Why would she mention something that would make most men run for the hills? You also get a nice pic of her receiving her flowers. The letter I wrote was visible. I'm sure this is standard protocol. It legitimizes the individual and trust in the site as they are giving you a belief that the girl you have been chatting, Camshare and sending letters to is quite real. The same girl appears anyway. Which is part of the hook. It all makes sense now. Someone please describe the above anomaly of a woman who ask for nothing, brutally honest in har dialogue and never making a mistake. She is wicked smart and doing the slow play I suppose? Not to be trusted. Spent a fortune until my gut didn't feel right and I started to read reviews. The positive reviews seem to be as much of a form letter as 90% of the girls are sending. I have been on for a little over a month and I have 10,000 + letters in my mailbox. Really? Kind of hard to do naturally even if you thought I was Brad Pitt. Anyway, suspect and having while i spend the rest of which is likely to get a renfund of any type. It has been a good distraction during my divorce I must say. Its good to feel lovedšŸ˜ OK, I wasted thousands of dollars and made Ekaterina, Kate, Katerina, Katusha or whatever her real name is, lots of money. We have everything to lose and they have everything to gain. 

  • Ted Humphrey says:

    I have been on Anastasia for about a year now and have met several woman that I thought was beautiful,Well gullable me I started chating with a few all at the same time. Man I was having a ball ,all of these lovely gals like me so much , I met a lady namened Marina in Lugansk, Little did I know that Lugask is an area of .Ukrain where there is both Russian and Ukrainian rule and it is almost impossible to get papers to leave the country, Well this lady was a sweetheart , Age made no difference and the physical did not either, She was 32 years old , After I told her my age 77 years old she did not care  and later even told her I had only one leg she said she was only concerned only about the heart ,After we chatted for a while I realized that she was lying about a few things and we were sending letters and just having a great time but I started noticing she was online at the same time every day I became suspicious, So I ask her about it and she said it was a computer problem in Lugask because the service very bad there , Well one morning I received a .letter from her telling  me how much she loved me, Oh she went on and on about how much of a sweet man I was, Amazing,sweet,kind and fun,Of course I was elated,Then about an hour later I got another letter on my email from her but it was aggressesd to another man in Chicago, The letter was word for word exactly the same letter I got from her an hour earlier but another mans name was on it , Funny thing was that his email address was on the email so I emailed him and told him all about her,This gal loved to talk about sex and send photos of her nude with her girlfriends having fun times together, she also had a 4 year old daughter namened Renata.

    Well the guy that she sent the email to that I contacted was supposed to marry her , I told him she would not show up , He sent me  an email about a couple of weeks later and He finally read enough about Anastasia that he opened his eyes and gave up on her. She is stilll on Anasasia. I Have met a lot of woman on Anastasia and learned a lot about what they do here to keep you on chat for extra bucks, There is no limit to the lies they will tell you to keep you online to buy chat time, I do think there are one or two here out of thousands that are honest.But few, Several that I have met here I have seen on other sites with totally different profiles age,city, kids, no kids and the all are looking for there other half or soul mate,One thing more if they donot want to give you there email address or phone number drop them like a hot potato. I usually allow 3 chats to get to know them well enough to ask for email address if thet don't agree drop them , The best recommendation is not to have anything to do with Anastasia.

  • Ken says:

    I am not sure.  Yeah I am 72 and have received 27 000 letters in the last 13 months.  I visited a 64 year old.  We now use WhatsApp to communicate.  I visited another woman.  She said she told them to remove her profile.  They did not.  I gave seen them use it.  I am confident if this woman.  Time will tell.  If she is not real, she should receive an Acadrmy Award.  QUESTION for anyone.  If a lady is on line and it says chat with me, could she be talking to someone but it still shows she is available to chat so you cannot tell she is communicating with someone?

  • anon says:

    Anistasia date and Russian brides is a total scam there is an office block that employs over a 100 people who work numerous profiles round the clock it’s also Russian mafia owned and run from inside Ukraine , these sites will not be running for much longer 

  • Ivan says:

    hat is more, did you know that female and male operators get paid to represent themselves for women with profiles on, to lie to male clients with the purpose to keep them in the chat for as long as possible in order to earn commissions for the agency of Anastasia who hired them?

    The commissions are then split 50/50 between the operators and the agency in question. I've been there and I know for sure! One of these agencies is Greek-Passion Agency run by Global Services Ltd.


    When you register in this dating site, you will most probably correspond with one of these operators.


    See for yourself:

    "We then debit these profiles to the operators in question and through online work they undertake the task of communicating with the male clients via a live chat and with electronic correspondence. All this is conducted via the site."

  are in for this and so are some of the ladies on


    Do you want to stop this international fraud?


    Here is one of the millons of cheated clients:



    There are really millions of such clients all over the world.

  • Nigel says:

    To give you an idea of how bad AnastasiaDate is I will use an example.

    AnastasiaDate has a profile for Marina (ID: 1792744). Marina is a low-level Instagram model. She had a career as a model but that career has pretty much died (apparently in part because she was unreliable owing to party issues). She is on multiple sites (,,,, Marina is regularly online (usually every day) for the paid chat in the morning and evening at these sites. She will also regularly write letters for her contacts to pay to open. These letters will be written so that they do not refer to any personal information of the people she communicates with so they can then be easily sent out to all of her contacts.

    She also has verified listings on multiple other dating sites online.

    Marina has a local boyfriend, Denis, who took her travelling to the Maldives and she was still online on AnastasiaDate and the other sites during the trip. Apparently, he has a reputation as a bit of a low-grade local thug who deals in coke and has connections to local organised crime. Word is that Marina is like many other models with a liking for partying and using her boyfriendā€™s connections to get drugs. There have even been suggestions that she works regularly as an escort and party girl but nothing has been confirmed. Marina is one of a group of girls who are friends and they are all involved in this activity. Marina also has a listing on Interpol from her overseas activity.

    Marina has been online dating for years and has several listings on scam sites. Google her and you will see them. One of those scam reports refers to her boyfriend Igor but that is because they made a mistake as Igor is actually part of Denisā€™s family name.

    Denis and Marina have been together for a while. So despite AnastasiaDateā€™s claims they check that the girls on the profiles are genuinely looking for a partner, it seems that Marina already has one, but because her relationship with Denis is not registered and they manage their social media profiles so that no images appear, they can get away with it. And those people who are paying to communicate with Marina have no idea of this. It makes no difference to AnastasiaDate as they continue to receive the money from the paying members.

    In addition, AnastasiaDate states that members on their site have not authorised the use of their images on other dating sites but clearly this is just worthless as Marina has multiple other listings online which have been verified.

    When contacted about this profile AnastasiaDate advised there had been no previous complaints about the profile. But I am aware that there have been at least two complaints. Interestingly AnastasiaDate advised both complainants that there had been no other complaints as well. They advised that any issues with the profile had been dealt with by their verification team. But in fact, nothing has changed. The other thing they say is that they are a social meeting site and so have no responsibility for the behaviour of their profiles. They are simply going to protect the profiles of the girls as they make money.

    So a man will sign up as a member and he pays AnastasiaDate to chat/communicate with what he thinks are genuine profiles of attractive girls that have been properly checked and verified by AnastasiaDate. AnastasiaDate pay a commission to the local agency for payments received for chat/letters/gifts. The local agency then pays the girls and their ā€œtranslatorsā€ who often pose as the girls online.

    Apparently, the people who run AnastasiaDate (and all of the sites in that group) have full knowledge of the scams run by their partner agencies and take no action. AnastasiaDate continue to purchase profiles. Rarely, if ever, are refunds given to the men defrauded and no action is taken to remove false profiles until they are publicly exposed, even when the organisation has been advised that the profiles are fake through complaints.

    This information would indicate that AnastasiaDate continue to be knowingly engaged in activity that supports fraud on a massive scale. It would also appear that they make no reasonable attempt to stop it, nor do they refund most customers who are defrauded. They claim they have a verification team but there does not appear to be any action taken by this team to prevent these profiles from misleading the paying members of the sites, so it seems unlikely they actually exist.

    The only reason AnastasiaDate is interested in complaints is to:

    1.remove obvious scams outside of their normal contacts
    2.provide information to help develop internal protocols to stop the women being found out so easily.

    AnastasiaDate issues protocols to its contracting agencies to ensure women on the site behave in a way that will prevent potential problems and to ensure they do not give away information on their social networking profiles.

    It has been said that AnastasiaDate purchases profiles in the full knowledge that the profiles they buy are not genuine and the agencies they purchase them from are corrupt and fraudulent. Apparently, there is no recorded instance of AnastasiaDate terminating the contract of a provider agency. Many of the agencies are small businesses that will then sell profiles they have collected to the bigger players in the market.

    It also appears that many of the agencies in Ukraine have links to organised crime. Some of the funds that come from this activity go to Russian mafia organisations, some go to Ukraine and Donetsk mafia figures (one of the owners of AnastasiaDate is a well known Ukraine crime figure), and some go to funding the separatists in east Ukraine. So these agencies are in effect traitors to their own country.

    On this basis, it is very hard to see how AnastasiaDate can claim it provides a genuine environment for men to find a partner. By using AnastasiaDate for entertainment (as it clearly is very unlikely to help you find a wife) you are continuing to promote this activity.

    AnastasiaDate appears to receive an unrealistic number of positive reviews from ā€˜customersā€™ on review sites, but there are many more genuine-sounding negative reviews. They tried taking some review sites to court claiming they were using fabricated, negative testimonials but the cases were thrown out. I guess it is pretty clear why.

    If you have been in contact with this site and identified that the profile was not genuine in any way then contact your credit card company and request your money back. Do not be fooled into thinking that somehow it is your fault. It is deceptive and misleading behaviour and you are the victim.

    There may be women on the site who are genuinely looking for a partner but you will find it very difficult to be able to confirm that. Even when you take the contact offline after exchanging personal information it is easy for the girl to claim that there was no chemistry.

    I am aware of one situation where the man travelled to Ukraine from the US and met with the girl from AnastasiaDate to be told that they could only be friends. Given that the girl already had a long-term younger local boyfriend and continued to be online on multiple dating sites, it obviously was not a genuine contact. Apparently, she made jokes about how she could rely on the payments from him regularly sending her gifts.

    This site has many tricks to extract money from members and their support is simply there to protect the business and not the paying members. There is plenty of information online to confirm how this company operates. This is a business that pretends to be there to help members find a partner. But it has a very thin cover of professionalism that hides a machine designed to exploit its paying members (that is you) at every opportunity.

  • Matthew says:

    I am going to delete my account asap on this site. I have only been a member of AnastasiaDate for five days and I now have a little over 600 emails. That does not seem likely to happen to anybody. It’s sad that there are people and sites out there that scam people like this.

  • Aaron says:

    These women are scammers. The entire site is a scam. And it isn’t just Anastasia. It is as well. I received emails from hundreds of women but only ever spoke with one. I spent a long time conversing with one who swore she loved me and that she wanted to marry me. Nothing would stop her, she proclaimed. When the time came for her to actually visit me (which she suggested) she suddenly developed a pulmonary embolism and couldn’t fly…. but was released from the hospital the very next day. Sure.

    However, we kept speaking. She would speak often about how dear I was to her, but after increasing frustration, I told her I was leaving and going back out to sea, where I had worked when I was younger and that we wouldn’t have any more contact. I had tried several times to visit her in Ukraine, but she always said she was too busy. She begged me not to leave and said I could visit Ukraine but she couldn’t promise she would be free. I, being an idiot, said okay. I spent a few months figuring out a way to go over there on a mission trip so I would be there for 3 months. Surely, she would have some free time in a three month span. So, imagine my surprise *heavy sarcasm* when I told her what I had done and she “broke up” with me, telling me how wonderful I was but that she just didn’t love me. I went on the trip, and she said we could video chat, and talk on the website, but that we couldn’t meet in person.

    I am begging anyone who thinks or to please save their money. It is 100% scam.

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