Latest Users Reviews
September 16, 2012
By JT from Scotland
Wish I'd read these comments before I joined in March 2012...I've discovered an awful lot of suspicious things about this shady website. As GRD said it is time to uncover the site but I don't know the best way. All I can do is share all the names I collected...initially they sent countless emails, sometimes members were so lazy they sent identical mail but lately I think they are a bit more wary. BASICALLY , DO NOT BE TEMPTED TO UPGRADE ON THE BASIS OF THESE PHONY MEMBERS!!:
AND A GOOD WAY TO TELL THESE FAKERS IS THAT THEY ARE ONLINE ALMOST 24/7 (for months)
ALL THESE MEMBERS HAVE SENT ME MAIL IN THE PAST..THIS IS NOT THE FULL LIST - SOME HAVE BEEN DELETED
lady_jedi (photos all deleted, now operates with no photos. Bombards you with ludicrous mail)
morgenstern2012 (not 100% sure)
helenandchocolate (deleted with )
sweeteyes10 (responds occasionally but is clearly also the same as spring_flower (now deleted)and sunnygirl2011
sweetjoyann (deleted at same time as 29yoma and kittlinda)
missvalerie (photos from 2009!!.
circus_girl (WENT SILENT IMMEDIATELY AFTER UPGRADE , after bombarding me with emails)
mytenderness (possibly same as my_mystery, same way of typing)
please feel free to add to the list...
August 27, 2012
By Robinhood from England
I agree with Richard, DW, GRD and other people's comments. When I felt that something is wrong with this website, I registered 2nd profile there and sent a message containing my email address to my 2nd account. And when I received this message, the email address was cutted! In addition, I checked that people there actually do not receive "chat requests", and for this reason the "chatterbox" is useless. Women's profiles are very beautiful there... but these women probably do not exists. If you're talking with 10 women there, really you are talking with 1-2 people, who probably are working at this website (and they often even do not read your messages). Singlescrowd.com is a fraudulent website and must be closed.
June 19, 2011
By richard from london
i really like the layout of the site..but its a big fucking con..
when my membership lapsed i had over a hundred messages from attractive females...i signed up for a month,replied to all of them...and nothing,just a trickle of stupid messages from people who still dont reply,and thoses that do are not here to meet anyone..waste of time and money..this should be illegal
March 22, 2011
By DW from USA
I have to agree with KB's review. Once I let my membership lapse, I (a man in my 50s) started getting a HUGE number of emails from attractive women in their 20s and 30s. I'm of the firm belief that these are "sock puppets" - not real. Worse, I suspect that the site is using these women's profiles WITHOUT THEIR KNOWLEDGE OR PERMISSION to try to lure me in.
So, I must wonder: are they using MY profile and photos? Or are they using YOUR profile and photos?
Unethical. And it should be illegal. Good luck, but be careful.
January 31, 2011
By GRD from United Kingdom
Well, what can I say that is good?? Sadly, not a lot. When you sign up for a free profile, you receive so many emails from so many gorgeous girls from all over the world. But read the headings to the emails and there will be a clue - they look like they were generated by a 1970s robot!! Worse still, when you have paid the money, they all vanish into the mist. What a complete and utter con, it is hard to believe that a company can operate such a complete scam and on a global basis. I strongly suspect that there is a team employed to snare unsuspecting fools (mainly men) to join and pay up. There are many sites playing similar tricks and I think it is time to uncover them for what they are. Do not pay, do not join, go and do something else instead. There are some genuine sites, but buyer beware. They are also expert at continuing to take money from your credit card in the future. Buyer beware!!
August 29, 2010
By KB from Nebraska, USA
I received many more emails from attractive women after I *left* the site than when I was a member. What's more, I noticed a couple of the emails to me had titles like "Join!" Hmm, I wonder how a real user would know I wasn't a paying member? And do real people write emails with titles like "Join"?
100 percent of my emails were from attractive
women. 80 percent or so were in their 20s, though I'm in my 40s. I noticed
that some of these women had profiles that were
word-for-word identical -- but contained specific
requirements for a mate such as sense of humor,
interest in a long term relationship, and so on.
When I was a member, I must admit I found the site was pretty good -- there are some real people on it looking for someone. The interface is quite good. Thus the two stars instead of one.
But way too many dating sites seem okay with lying to you -- putting up fake profiles in order to scam you into joining, or remaining a member. Personally, I believe this is fraud, and should be against the law. People running sites that do this should be prosecuted. Investigative journalists should go after dating sites.
June 21, 2010
By Robbie from UK
The site is pretty nice. I've just registered. I hope I'll meet my special someone there!
June 18, 2010
By Marry L. from Florida, US
I've a good dating experience at SinglesCrowd. I've met my love there recently. I wish everyone to find the perfect match with Singles Crowd!
January 18, 2010
By Mary from Atlanta
My story is really funny when I joined the site, the next week I met a guy and wrote him. But his answer was awfully rude…but…in a week we started our dating lol
January 17, 2010
By Victoria from USA
I like the site interface and all its features. I’ve not find the one yet, but I’m sure I will…