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A reporter from The Beijing Times signed up on and successfully with a fake ID with wrong ID number and random mug shot.
He also had no difficulties in changing his information, like academic background, profession, marital status and salary right after signing up, without further verification.
In his suicide note, he claimed he and his wife were VIP members of a dating website with verified personal profiles made by website, according to early report.
But he later found that information about his wife didn't check out and she scammed him for over 10 million yuan in months.
The paper reported that dating websites require people to register with a real name and ID, but information, like age, education or marital status and salary, can be easily altered.
After signing up with basic information, people can offer more personal data, like an academic certificate or property certificate, to have them verified so it will help them get more attention from other members, increasing their chances of making a match.
The matchmaking service costs range from thousands to hundreds of thousands of yuan and promise to find clients a certain amount of ideal dates in a certain amount of time.
If the clients don't like who they meet, recommended by the service, the service will keep looking until they are satisfied. But actually it's common when matchmakers think some clients are too picky or hard to sell, they will ask their friends to fill in - just to fulfill the contract, rather than find the potential right person, according to The Beijing Times.
Deborah’s bank said it had no reason to stop the payment – she had authorised it."We say all the fantasies for potential clients to show up at our event.Then our matchmakers will approach them individually to persuade them to sign up for our matchmaking service at the event," she said.Of the dating sites used by those surveyed, users of were more likely to be asked for cash with more than a third reporting they’d been approached for money while using the site.Almost three in ten users of Dating Direct and Elite Singles also reported that they’d been approached for money while on these sites. survey also found that around six in ten people had seen what they believed to be a fake profile.Tinder was revealed to be the dating app where most people thought they had encountered a fake profile, closely followed by Plenty of Fish and