Dating website Plenty Of Fish (POF) has announced a radical rule shake-up to stop 'sleazy' men harassing female members for sex, and to reduce the number of men pretending to be women in order to have 'horny' conversations with other men.
Also, it appears that both Saving Diva and Romi experienced the same thing I had when I set up the fake profile and received tons and tons of garbage messages with ridiculous short sited subject lines like; Another problem that is pretty apparent to me is the lying. When you setup a Plenty of Fish profile you have to realize that the intent is to eventually meet other people in real life.
And when your first impression to that person is of being a liar then you are off to a really bad start.
It really had the appearance and layout that you would expect to see on many types of forums.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it’s just a little odd to look at until you grow accustomed to it.
I've been searching around various different blogs lately trying to find different people's experiences in using Plentyof Fish.
Lately, I've been stumbling across some blog posts by some women who are out in the dating scene looking for potential male suitors.
The site is extremely against scams, so you know you’re in good hands when you’re joining .
You’ll be communicating with legit singles, and most likely getting the results you desire.
”—crap, “I want to make you my everything”—crap, etc, etc, etc." I don't think she ever went on a date with anyone, but it's clear in her making fun of the ridiculous messages she got why she wouldn't or couldn't find a decent date on the site.