Dating site called plenty of fish
Maybe you’ve heard a lot of good things about the site and you really want to check it out.
However, if you go to the site, you’ll notice that you must first register for an account in order to be able to start making searches, viewing profiles, and contacting other users on the site.
We don't believe we've heard some of these men before.
Davis says things like "we came to an agreement, I thought we were on the same page" and "You think this is a game or something." Other victims tell us they hear phrases like that.
If you listen to the 3rd message from Matt Davis, he tries to tell the victim that the police say many people report this as a scam but what happened to his daughter and his family is not a scam! The victim was first contacted by a man claiming to be Sergeant Chad Barrel from a neighboring town's police department.
Plenty of Fish (POF) is an online dating site that uniquely claims to have millions of users worldwide.
From our perspective at The Daily it has earned another unique claim as well.
The victim called the real police department number and determined that no such police officer existed and no one had called him from there.
Since January 28, 2018 we've heard from an additional 76 men who said they were targeted by this scam.
OK, that’s it folks, as you can see searching Plenty of Fish without registering is possible and it’s also free.
If you have any problems at all, feel free to let us know so that we can help you out.
In addition to POF, this scam has targeted men on Craigslist, Meet Me, OKCupid, Seeking Arrangment.com, Adult Friend Finder and other apps.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating