Another one fake review about Uadreams


Here is one more review with a similar sense, it was found out that it was fake. UaDreams themselves write about this, but they do it more diplomatically than I do 🙂

“i was baited on this site from another one, the girl closed her profile there for no reason whatsoever and invited me on uadreams. I gave her my direct e-mail and contacts and she refused to contact me outside the site”

“We’d like to draw your attention to one point from your letter and namely to the fact that you have not used services of UaDreams and can not say if they are good or bad and there is any scam happening there.”

I believe that there is nothing to add, any comments are needless.

A guy tries to use “fake” UaDreams profiles as a cover


By the way, here is one more typical case when a guy tries to use “false” UaDreams profiles as a cover, he considers them to be false. He appeals to the following:

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“I was a GOLD MEMBER in another dating website in order to meet a woman from Ukraine…So I wrote to this girl my contacts informations (email adress, facebook, skype…)… later, I received an invitation by this same girl to join UADREAMS.COM to continue the acquaintance with this girl !!.. This girl had my email adress….Why doesn’t she write me directly on my email adress to stay in touch ??? I liked this girl !!

For me , this UADREAMS is everything bad !! ”

I was somehow disoriented with the fact that this guy used paid services on the site where you can exchange your e-mail addresses, facebook and skype so easily. It is strange, isn’t it? It begs the question, what for should one pay for this? And to be a golden member… However I wonder why he didn’t write to her directly, why he didn’t try hard and continue this relationship? Because it is much easier when somebody writes to him, when he doesn’t spend nothing – time, money, efforts and bears no responsibility.

As this guy sees the situation, he shouldn’t write to her and show initiative, but she HAS to do this. Really, she has to lead the dance! That’s why it is easier to accuse the third part, of course UaDreams, of some offensive deeds… and say that the girls’ profiles are fake. Really… 🙂 He gave her his e-mail from good motives, he was so honest when he waited that she writes him on his private e-mail at the same time being a gold member. And I wonder how can one determine a “non-fake” men’s account? By the status “gold”?

What a nightmare! it happens that you have to pay good money for Ukrainian brides?


Some Matt is incredibly outraged by this:

“Do not get fooled by this. Dating sites are set up for two people to be able to find each other and then after a certain amount of communication then you can both feel comfortable with each other and then should be able to exchange personal details and take a relationship further. However UaDreams will never ever allow you to exchange personal details unless you go over to visit. ”

I wonder how much money is “a certain amount of communication” – 20$ or 50$ per month or can it be a onetime payment of 100$. So why not find a really serious agency going by the principle “cheaper is better” and use professional dating services there. There are so many social networks in internet – you can use them completely for free and exchange your personal information very quickly, you haven’t go somewhere to get somebody’s contacts. Just stay at home, create a family per computer and feel romantic in your monitor. It isn’t possible to think out something easier and cheaper.

“Any real dating agency will match two people and then it is yourselves who will take and make the relationship serious if that is what both party want but when UADreams does not allow any involvement that does not involve you paying in money to them and so you will never find the lady of your dreams on here.”

Indeed, people have various images about a relationship. A guy likes an idea that somebody influences or helps him to build a relationship. It is so easy to get rid of responsibility and shift it on somebody, in this case on UaDreams. If something doesn’t work out, goes wrong etc… it is so convenient to accuse the third part, to say that it is scams, it is too expensive and there is no possibility to write e-mails and talk in chat for free and finally that there aren’t real girls in internet. It’s all over the map, the only goal is not to take responsibility for an unsuccessful relationship maybe even because the guy understood initially that he didn’t want to go to Ukraine to meet a Ukrainian bride there without mentioning a marriage with a Ukrainian woman.

A review from some John about uadreams attracted my attention:


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“I had a very bad experience with uadreams. Visa refused to pay them so I lost contact with the only lady that I had written to over 18 months – in total 80 letters. I feel that both she and I were scammed. It has taken since 2007 to overcome the emotional grief.”

As far as I know UaDreams have several different ways to pay for their services.

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As a last resort, if John hold so dear his so long correspondence with his beloved girl, why didn’t he use an alternative payment method? It isn’t clear how UaDreams comes into the picture when Visa refused to transfer payments from the card? Is it scams from UaDreams side? And if Visa refused from John’s payments – perhaps the world’s most popular payment service provider considered his card or bank account to be fraudulent. And where are evidences that namely John paid from John’s card?

Then John writes:  “I had offered to travel to Donetsk and was refused. Earlier I offered to pay an outright fee to meet the lady in Germany where she was working but this request was ignored.”

Hm.. it is incredible, the agency that profits off of this, refused to take money for a trip service? Moreover, it doesn’t sound impressive – correspondence with a girl from Germany registered on a Ukrainian dating site. This review confuses. How is that? UaDreams arranges meetings of its members only on the territory of Ukraine, as far as I know.

And you know, the most truthful thing that John wrote about UaDreams seems to be the following: “Love is between a couple and where third parties are involved they can interfere to protect their own financial benefits. ”

Really, it would be deplorable, if UaDreams, being the third part in the relationships between men and women, wouldn’t worry about their finances. What would it lead to? Would they remain the same UaDreams, a worldwide popular matchmaking agency or… turned into a place for scammers?

Women’s scam complaint nowhere… Really?


Really, you will find women’s complaint nowhere. Why? Women here in Ukraine don’t visit any Sitejabbers or Trustpilots or other international review websites. Whom can they complain that they can’t find a good man, do you think that they will write about this? Most of them don’t speak foreign languages. If she writes about her misfortune, it means that she acknowledges her problem, women are uncomfortable with it. If she writes in Ukrainian or Russian that she is looking for a boyfriend and can’t find him, but this person is not a Ukrainian or Russian, it looks silly. And finally, “thanks to” our set of mind not each and every woman wants her close friends and not friends 🙂 to know that she is registered on a dating site. It is a kind of a stereotype of women of post-Soviet time.

I tried to find some information in Russian on dating forums… and I found nothing about women’s membership or cooperation with other agencies at interest. What does it mean? I guess that Uadreams “team up” their girls in a “manual” way and invite them to become members of Uadreams. And, you know, it speaks for itself.

You know, I arrived at one more idea. What about men who communicate with women on one dating site and then decide by themselves to change it to another dating site, but continue to communicate with the same girl there. At that, such a man continues to date at several dating websites at the same time. Indeed, some men write about this. If they don’t write about this, in most cases they do it intentionally. It is because his name on one site is Sebastian, on the other he is LoverWE18 or Single-Man12345. And it is not necessarily right that a man claims to be the same person everywhere and with all girls. I believe that it cannot go unnoticed.

Scam definition paradox


Here is one more paradox of this situation. It feels as if somebody invented a game with rules determined by only one side, men. Ok, I don’t argue that the notion “scams” took flight as a pattern of conduct of certain people exactly on dating sites. In most cases complaints are made by men who say that women are scammers. However does it mean that all women are scammers? The most dating websites are a place where both real men and women registrate. Women who want to love and be loved, trust men and finally to find their second halves. And where are complaints shared by women? Do you think that there are no men scammers?

Here is one more guy who describes the main points of his Uadreams complaint


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“Her profile was then closed on the internet site we had met and I received an invite from her from UA Dreams web site… I decided to continue to correspond with her paying for each letter I wrote to her… when I went to UA Dreams to find Julia there she was with a profile all made out with professional photos and a bio that must have taken some time to create….well in advance of our correspondence on the other dating site. So, in short, I was baited after establishing a connection with Julia. I was given opportunity to correspond with her on UA Dreams and after the free emails, it became expensive to correspond with her as well as meet with her on video chat sessions. This is called bait and snatch routine. UA Dreams establishes a fake profile of a lady on another web site”

I am surprised that this man came to a decision to cross over to another dating agency by himself and started to pay for his dating, but after that he started to insist that this is scams. I wonder at what point do such conclusions come over? After the registration on the site, after the first payment or after a thought about how much money one needs to find a second half… As soon as this meridian question arises, a plenty of new emanating thoughts come – no, it is expensive, it is fraud, yes, they are liars because I have to buy my relationship! This being so, why to register on a dating website, pay and chat. In order to accuse the girl of scams groundlessly? Or to accuse of scams the whole agency?

For example I can’t get next to an idea why this man insists that the girl’s profile is fake. If I am not mistaken, the word “fake” is used when somebody isn’t a person he or she claims to be. Well, this guy said that it was the same girl on the both sites and he talked in chat with her. So, “fake” means from now on not a nonexistent person, but a “comfortless” site where you meet girls? And if she would leave for another city, would it be fake, scam or fraud as well?