From the moment he saw her photo, he felt captivated by her, and he knew he had to meet her despite the geographic distance between them.John and Luisa clicked on their first date, and they are now married and living together in the States.He didn’t want to spend his golden years on his own, so he sought the services of a global dating agency and website, Love Awake.com, for help finding love again.Through the agency, he met Luisa, a down-to-earth Spanish woman.You can send a message to anyone who catches your eye, and you won’t be alone — in total, over 14 million messages have already been sent on the site.Over the past few years, Love Awake has become a widely popular network supporting millions of singles all over the world.The Short Version: Since 2008, Love has given millions of singles worldwide the opportunity to fall for someone special online.
Every day, the team uploads examples of fake profile pictures used by scammers on the web.
“At that time, I was a novice businessman,” he explained, “and totally inexperienced in legal and contractual matters.
As a result, I signed a poorly drafted partnership agreement that, to my complete shock, allowed my American partner to sell the agency in 2008.” Not only did Slava have no say in the sale, he didn’t receive a single cent to compensate him for the years of blood, sweat, and tears he put into the business.
From women in crop-tops to men in camo, the photos show daters how easy it is to be fooled by a stranger’s smile.
Slava told us that one of the most frequently used categories of fake profiles is an American military man.