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I sent several messages via their contact email to no avail. Especially if they are from me at Pragmatic Mom [email protected] I never received any reply from my emails to Zorpia either. I apologize if you are getting emails from me asking you to join Zorpia or worse, see a message from me. The ones where someone has lost his or her passport and needs money wired over. They have my email address from my daughter, and now they are trying to get me to do something or get further access to my account. I am convinced, after my bad experience with Zorpia, that this is a pfishing scam. I then got an email from my daughter that I had a message from her. Somehow Zorpia got his email addresses through Facebook and continue to email his friends even now 3 MONTHS LATER! complaints by members, examples: non payment, account deletion, 3.changing terms from paying all members to only paying certain members like upgraded members or new investors.4. All sites on free hosts should be avoided, if they cannot afford a paid host they cannot afford to pay you!!Last year in the UK, online dating scammers conned their dates out of £33 million.

They also exploit your desire to be polite and respectful, as well as your generosity, compassion and good nature.

It all started with Picky Kid Pix who opened the first Zorpia email from her friend Devin. Given that it was pm and she was asleep, I opened the email. Normally, when you delete your account on any social media, you get the message that it’s deleted and you can’t find your account anymore.

The only way to see the message was to allow it access to my Facebook. I realized pretty quickly that there was something weird about this site because it immediately started emailing my contacts. This site had my account up for at least two days after I “deleted” it. The emails, I’m told, continue to plague my email contacts.

Whether you know it or not, odds are you've encountered one. "The majority of the matches are often bots," says Satnam Narang, Symantec’s senior response manager. Keeping the automated personalities at bay has become a central challenge for software developers.

"It's really difficult to find them," says Ben Trenda, Are You Human's CEO.