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UaDreams falsely reported my review of 20 May 2017 at TrustPilot by claiming that I had not used any UaDreams's service for more than 4 years.
Because no rule of TrustPilot mentions 4 years, it is obvious that UaDreams went from the fact that on the internet there only is visible that Irochka85, having been a lady member at UaDreams as Irochka #2532, was at some dating sites lastly logged on 19 March 2013, which was more than 4 years. UaDreams thus tried to impose TrustPilot the idea that even if she had a connection between some dating sites and UaDreams dating site, there is no proof on the internet that she had a membership at UaDreams even afterwards and hence no proof (without the necessity to be logged in with my username and password at UaDreams website where some proofs exist, but most of the proofs not on-line accessible for other users of UaDreams than me) that I was using UaDream's services during last 4 years. I was using UaDreams' services within last 4 years for example by corresponding with Irochka and buying one her video and one her photo as charged services and for this also exist proofs at UaDreams website only if I am logged in there. For two more proofs see attachments: https://drive.google.com/open?...
Because not only SiteJabber but also TrustPilot stopped publishing reviews of UaDreams shortly after my reviews of UaDreams (at SiteJabber: 11 April 2017, at TrustPilot: 20 May 2017), both of them had to have the same reason: UaDreams lied in a matter of me to TrustPilot as proved in the attachments, so UaDreams lied in a matter of me also to SiteJabber. The matters may have differed. All of these three companies knew that I am serious, that is why the scamming UaDreams reduced to lies and the two reviews companies recognized my arguments likely being true. SiteJabber neither TrustPilot at least temporarily wanted to have at their websites such companies whose scamming is apparent. But marketing has a lot of tricks how to influence sooner decisions ...
Let UaDreams apologize itself to me publicly and agree with TrustPilot on the return of my review of UaDreams to TrustPilot's website.
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Girls getting paid working gets paid by communication through the Uadreams scams scam site, through letters and video chats and gifts and translation services in real meeting. Getting real contact details after real meeting impossible according to others.
None of the girls are serious looking for any western men as most is in love married or have local boyfriends in Ukraine or Russia seen on their free VK profiles at social media, but still loking for huspands on Uadreams scam site.
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