Review of beautifulpeople.com

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Review of the online dating website beautifulpeople.com:

Back in 2008, when beautifulpeople.com was launched, it was the only good website with attractive women. This aspect changed when the beautifulpeople.com team decided to switch from a free website to a paid website. Now, the website is dead. There are very few new members and many less active members. Furthermore, women who come to the website are not as beautiful as before.

Since 2012, we saw all possible photoshop tricks and photo positioning to beautify faces and bodies. Here is how it works. A girl chooses a photo of herself where she looks more beautiful as she is. Then, she adds other photos, and she is in fact ugly.

The Beautifulpeople.com team implemented a profile verification process, where the user has to take a picture of face close to a paper mentioning his/her nickname, and the actual date but very few women follow the verification process.

Thus, there are still fake profiles that use pictures from supermodels and other people. For instance, we know that some gay men are turned on by creating a female profile and chat with hetero men.

There are also spams coming from fake profiles. I must admit the beautiful people support team is effective in deleting fake profiles regularly.

If you open an account in beautifulpeople.com and if a woman contacts you, it can be transgender or a fake profile. Anyways, whatever the online social media, you have to contact many women and many women will not respond.

In fact, beautifulpeople.com is just a facade. Let’s put some beautiful women at the top of the website to attract men but then there is nothing to get.

Let’s remind you beautifulpeople.com costs around 60 euros for a six month period. This is a pricey amount for the number of opportunities. 

Back in 2012, I witness many women closed their beautifulpeople.com account. I know it because I have an inbox with the list of all women to which I wrote a message or from which I received a message. Many of them show now “removed profile.”

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Transgenders:

UPDATE: JUNE 2012 I still have a free account at beautifulpeople.com which I visit from time to time. I received several email notifications in my inbox from so called women who visited my beautifulpeople.com profile. I discovered there were an over-representation of transgenders or fake profiles. Interestingly enough, those transgenders come from different countries. I received one email notification from a Brazilian transgender and another one from an Italian transgender. It echoes a situation that I faced five years ago with match.com when I discovered I was chatting with a transgender. It also confirms the over-representation of transgenders over the internet. In their profile, they mention they are females, and they make men believe they are women. Here is one transgender who wrote to me. :    I also receive emails from fake profiles that are deleted when I reach their profile at beautifulpeople.com. On the other hand, normal women never send messages.

CONCLUSION:

The website is a trap for straight men with money. They see beautiful women, they subscribe to the website, they believe they are getting in a VIP room full of beautiful women, but in fact, they get nothing. Men pay to meet transgenders, fake profiles, and asocial women!

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