Not only has my POF (Plenty of Fish) profile (**) been hacked, but in addition, my computer has been compromised by the Torpig Virus and someone who claimed to be tech support for POF. I had tried to use the app and there were several men that had chatted with me. His pictures show a man from the states and he sounds Nigerian.
The first date was o.k., glad we went on a couple more dates. ;) Follow your heart, trust yourself, and live life. I would like to start a class action lawsuit against POF for online scam. I had someone steal my paid account and POF will only respond to a paid account if you send it from that profile. They will not offer refunds so how is this a legitimate business if you cannot get a hold of the company?
I'd been through the wringer these past six years, first with an on-again, off-again long-distance relationship with an old flame I'd reconnected with through Facebook.
After that, there were others I'd met in real life — a widower, a couple of recently divorced men.
Just because I'm on the slippery side of 45 doesn't mean it's all over for me. I have two other women I'm writing to right now and I'm not sure I can handle a third? There are no dirty socks to pick up after, but there is a downside.
POF does not care anymore, they are just collecting money from honest people. I went on a few dates, and in January 2016 a guy messaged me. We have had a fantastic year living together and I am looking forward to a loving fun filled life with my man.
He'd picked her up and they went bowling in Winter Haven, Fla., at Cypress Lanes, which offers shoe and lane rentals for a quarter on Thursday nights, and specials on pizza and beer.
A few hours later, the pair ended up at his place, where they talked a bit more and met up with his roommate. Bustos sent the single father a text afterward: She'd had a good time, she wrote to Hilarie, and wanted to meet up the following night at his place.
Each of them started out optimistically but fizzled when it became apparent that they wanted something different, i.e. Then my 30-year-old niece told me about a dating site called Plenty of Fish that "everyone" was on.
We joked about going on double dates with uncle-nephew pairs, and I said jokingly, "Yes, and I'll end up with the nephew and you with the uncle!