Amo-Latina,, and Associated Dating Sites
Complaint 57391 Details

  • Date Occurred: 01/10/2014
  • Reported Damages: $3,000.00

The complaint is against an online dating profile

The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity

The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity

The company or person contact no longer exists

International boundaries

Over a period of a year I spent $3000 and no closer to finding a wife....all were dead-ends....I got suspicious...I found this article:
The Internet’s largest $25m Agency scam
Posted onDecember 20th, 2010 Pending lawsuit against Marriage Agency
A group at [email protected] are allegedly hiring a top law firm to take out a class-action lawsuit going against a Marriage Agency who are allegedly perpetrate the largest ongoing Internet scam in the world, grossing over $25 million every year according to the plaintiffs. The main company are also associated with a number of other companies including,,, and

Although not the first law suit against this company this one will apparently give the company a larger headache. According to the group filing the law suit, this company have previously settled out of court

According to the Anastasia Law Suite Group the women that work for the company are paid to write Anastasia’s letters (or the letters are written without the consent of the women) and send them to men they have no real interest in meeting. In other words, all of the letters are FAKE! The company pays it’s girls 12 cents per minute to chat with up to 10 men at once, whereby the girls can make over $1.00 per minute, or $60 per hour – which is good money here in the West. Naturally these girls dupe the men into believing they are sincere & genuine, but in reality they are just simply working to make some good money to pay the bills. Obviously these girls are in it for the money and have no desire for a real relationship with any of the callers

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  • calvin
  • calvin SBID #444c77c2c6
  • Posted 02/19/2014
  • With the help of PayPal, I was scammed out of approximately $3500 from two dating sites owned by the same company. They were AmericanBeauties and Amolatina, AKA Anatasia. After I did some searching on the Internet, I found about 50 blogs confirming my conclusion. The website appeared professional, and even has an anti-scam policy page. Yet, I guess for a scam site, writing an anti-scam page is just all part of the subterfuge. If there were real women there who actually wanted to get married, they were few and far between.
    As far as I know, all of the women were getting paid a commission to write letters and chat. It is even possible that I did correspondence with only the translators, and chatting and letters never went through the supposedly eligible and beautiful women. According to the blogs, I may even have been chatting and corresponding with male translators when the women were not available. Every time I attempted to correspond with the women outside of the website, she dropped me like a hot potato. Sometimes they made up an excuse, but most of time I got nothing --- no response. Eventually I realized that they had no interest in me whatsoever except for collecting their commissions through the site.The scam starts at the photo studio where the women are highly made up, dressed up, and extremely Photoshopped. Most of these women are just average looking, brown-skinned young girls trying to make a little extra money. I know this because I was able to get some non-Photoshopped pictures.

    Part of the reason I fell for it, is that I found PayPal as a payment option. Having started with PayPal on eBay, PayPal had become a trusted part of my life. I had no reason to suspect that PayPal would ever be involved with a scam website.
    I believe if you do a little research, you'll find that multiple lawsuits have been filed against the dating companies I mentioned above. I read that the owner or owners were Russian, and they dodged the lawsuits by blaming the commissions given to the girls to write letters and chat on the sub-agencies that contract with the website.
    After I received 1000 letters I began to get suspicious, especially as they began to sound generically wonderful.... if the women are too good to be true, well then, they are too good to be true. The dating service does an occasional marriage in attempt to legitimize itself.

    I am disappointed that PayPal has been involved with this site. Certainly other people must've reported the scam to you.
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  • Skinpeeling
  • Skinpeeling SBID #11486f68da
  • Posted 04/16/2014
  • Thank you for this post..I was actually searching what was all about. I was almost tempted to joining in this dating site because I was told I just needed to fill in names and photos of girls of legal age and with their consent to post their profile as well as write letters to guys whom they feel they can have future with. I have invited my friends and others to submit their photos and names to me to submit to Thank God, my questions were answered by this site. I was doubtful of asian beauties advertisement on earnings potentials eversince, seems too good to be true. When men really don't have to spend that much money to find an asian wife..they can just make friends and start chatting with girls in hundreds of free dating sites. Now I know...
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