First I know the girls are real on their site as I have met several personally, so that is not the problem with their dating site.
Here are two of the biggest problems I have encountered with them, which are scamming men out of money.
(1) They put overpriced icons close to where you are chatting and sending messages to ladies, inadvertently while chatting one of these icons will be accidentally sent. I do not care how careful a person is, it happens every so often.
They rip men off for charges when accidentally sending them, for example sending a big fox photo will cost up to $200.00, accidentally sending an icon of a jet airplane can cost $100.00. While they will reimriburse a man the first two times it happens, they will not afterwards and it is ridiculous to think that any man would send a lady in chat a photo of a fox and spend $200.00.
But that is what they will try to convince you that many men request it. Totally ripping men off who accidentally make a mistake because their mouse touches one of these pictures.
(2) Whenever you have chatted with a woman once, they will send you generic messages supposedly from the lady whenever you are online there. If it is four in the morning in Kiev, they probably are not awake... So when you answer them more than likely you are talking to someone at the agency who is familiar with the ladies profile.
So many times I ask them simple questions of what the lady and I have discussed in previous chats, or letters and they cannot answer it. Also it is obvious by the communication style that it is not the lady that you have previously chatted with. When asking questions about past chats, they will usually disappear. Or try to bluff there way through it.
Total ripoff to spend money in overpriced chats and talk to someone at the girls agency. Of course Anastasia will tell you they have no control of that.....
These two things are the biggest things that I see that are Anastasia Date ripoffs.
The blatant charges for sending icons is an online dating fraud that will be reported to the Attorney Generals office of Consumers affairs if they do not stop this practice, or refuse to refund the money for inadvertently sending them.