Most of the agencies use photos that are very sexually provocative – this is done with the intent of getting you to think with your little head instead of your big head.
Elena’s Models does not allow any kind of spamming, scamming or asking for money.
I decided to give it a thorough appraisal and report back on my findings.
Example, a 22 year old bombshell is looking for a 64 year old man and wants to have children tomorrow.
As I look through Elena’s I see that most of the early 20 somethings are looking for a 25-35 year old long-term boyfriend leading to marriage, the late 20’s to 30’s women are looking for marriage (and often desire family).
I can say with great conviction that Anastasia Dating is the biggest scam on the planet.
The owners of this agency should be locked up for defrauding tens of thousands of men millions of dollars.
The whole website just seemed to be “normal” – what you would expect to find. Would women want to marry me out of my wheelchair with arms, legs and a face? Rather than email, you can send an EOI (Expression of Interest), when the woman gets it, she gives you a thumbs up or down – saving you the work of sending her an email.
I compare my experiences to Anastasia, “I am blind, have no legs, no arms, my face was burned off in a nuclear accident and I have aids.” I received 22 offers of marriage the next day from women who easily could have walked out of a Sports Illustrated Swimwear Magazine shoot. I’m in my early 40’s, stand over 6′ tall (180cm), weigh in at about 195 (88kg), have average looks, a good job, own my own home, and am in relatively good physical shape (I’m not fat, go to the gym, have a few muscles, etc). I sent off 20 expressions of interest and about 1/2 of them said, “Not interested.” How refreshing.
If you and the woman feel comfortable, you can exchange personal emails and talk on your yahoo or gmail account.
I paid for a 3 month subscription – certainly no more expensive than emailing neurotic fat women on e Harmony.
Not that my slightly bruised ego took a hit, but instead – I believe that I’ve actually found a legit agency.