The simple answer, NONE!, there are many scam dating sites out there, and i have read of guys spending tens of thousands of dollars, just to make “friends”, come on!, seriously!, many of the women on the dating sites are materialistic, part of a scam, running their own scam, or getting paid/promoted some how!. Many of the women on the sites also have “skeletons in the closet”, and there is a good chance you’ll never know them unless they suspect you to have similar “skeletons in the closet!”. As for spending lots of money on them, gifts, dinners etc, that is materialistic!, any decent woman would not expect such treatment unless they knew the man had lots of cash to throw around!. Russian women, along with women from a lot of eastern European countries are very proud women, and they like to show of their beauty if they’ve got it!, and their man if they’ve got one, else they will just keep looking!. In the end, in many ways they are very similar to western women, with the fairly common values of loyalty and family!. If they like you, you will know, i.e. they will be eager for another date based on spending time with you, not your wallet!. As for VK.com, the scammers realized that site is a free advertising basis for their scams, so, just as with the dating sites, there is danger for you, and more anonymity for them!
Todd, who had not succeeded in finding his other half at home, had something of a compulsive side to his personality. He spent months methodically whittling down 1,500 possible brides on Anastasia's site to two top candidates. He then spent thousands of hours and thousands of dollars chatting with them online. Things were going swimmingly with both women. He assumed that his trip to Odessa would involve picking the one he liked most and taking her back with him. But when he arrived, neither of them answered his calls.

Every now and again, we want to pick up our things and move somewhere completely new and maybe even a little exotic. Few of us actually have that option, so we are just content on going on a vacation to get away from our lives for a little bit. For those who do not have a travel companion or if they want to see the country from a local’s perspective, they join an international online dating site well in advance of actually traveling.

In the light of the information mentioned above, it can almost be taken for granted that there is a huge list of online dating sites available on the internet. Each of such websites have their own pros as well as cons to offer.  Performing a thorough analysis of your requirements and taking them into consideration will enable you to choose the website that is going to be most suitable for you. Take a look at the above mentioned website and you’d be able to find the one that is up to your specifications.


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Most dating apps are fairly LGBTQ inclusive. Still, it's nice to have an app to call your own. Her is tailored to lesbian, bisexual and queer women. The app serves a valuable purpose, but generally has some bugs and glitches that made it frustrating for me to use. Most of my queer female friends have told me they found the app to be just OK, but they usually end up back on Tinder or Bumble. Still I checked it regularly for some time and had a few pleasant conversations with actual human beings. And isn't that all we're really looking for in a dating app?
Remember these points too: colorful photos are more attractive than black-and-white ones; never upload pictures of you with a drink, which is a top turn-off; and make sure that your profile photo and other pictures reflect your true nature. It will be very frustrating for a woman to see a huge difference between you as shown in the picture and you as you really are in real life.
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