Is Still Using Dirty Tricks To Deceive You? Find Out In This Updated Review

 May, 22 - 2019   2 comments   ReviewsScams

If you’re here looking for information on we have that info for you. We did a review back in February 1st 2018 but today we wanted to do a quick updated review to see if anything has changed with the site or not.

They have something called the “Risk Notice”page and on that page they discuss that they “share revenue with “female users introducers”! You need to ask why would they pay females to use their website unless there’s some type of shenanigans going on behind the scenes. Romance Tale isn’t on the up-and-up, they use a lot of dirty little tricks to make you believe you’re interacting with real women who you can eventually meet and marry BUT this is NOT THE CASE. If you look online there’s a lot of people angry at being ripped off on their site.

In the “Risk Notice”page the even explain that these “female users introducers” receive compensation when they chat with you so it all points to it being a con. Has anything changed since we did the original review last year in February? The answer is NO, nothing has changed, it’s exactly the same. They’re still doing all their little dirty tricks that they used last year to try and dupe us into buying credits.

We’re trying to get people to wake up out of their trance and stop spending money, stop buying credits on this fake romance site! The verdict is that they’re running the same old scam trying to mislead men into buying credits.  Also something else we need to point out is that all of the different mail-order bride websites we’ve ever reviewed have been proven to be illegitimate. That’s not only our opinion (from our investigations) but you can read hundreds of different reviews from other people who’ve joined these various Russian /Ukrainian mail order bride sites. They’re all the same crap in one form or another.

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 Comments 2 comments

  • Stanley says:

    Is there somebody that can tell me if my email from her is fake????

  • Admin says:

    It's all a money making operation, dont trust this website.

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