It was up to you and your date to reveal information not the site. We exchanged emails and emailed each other for a month or so then she told me her son needed a heart transplant which cost almost 000 with pictures of her son who is on vacation in Ghana. I accepted and they send me a document to sign and a week later I got an email with pictures and video on this guy who they say was the lady I was talking to.
The surveys were interesting and were really in depth. To cut the story short I got part of the money back and the guy was send to jail. Let me share this organization with you and hope they get these guys.
It seems that the world's more extreme sexual daters have found safety in the OKC numbers game and gathered in one place to pester each other. When you sign up to the site, as well as drafting the normal essay about how great you are and uploading four out of focus photographs from that period in 2006 when you were hot, you answer a raft of multiple choice questions.
These range from the fairly ordinary (“Could you date a smoker?
Thereafter, the more questions you answer, the more likelihood the OKC algorithm will find you a match.
What this means is, with not much thought, you can fairly easily sculpt your profile to find, for example, a gay eugenics pipe smoker.
After 3 years of using it, I haven't been successful in finding the "one" but have gone on plenty of dates.
I liked Ok Cupid because they seemed to be more private than other dating sites. Then I got an email from an organization tell me I have been scammed that they can get the scammer.”) to the exceptionally weird (“What are your opinions on Eugenics? The questions are picked at random from a list of tens of thousands.You have to answer 50 to begin with, so the site can build a picture of what you are.Those who are have been complaining since 2009 about how easy it is to accidentally give out full account access. "This totally defeats the purpose of having a password for the site," one user said on the OKCupid forum.Another user noted that there is no mechanism to prevent "brute force" attacks, meaning a determined hacker could generate random URLs until he or she found one that would lead to an account.