…"we may post fictitious profiles, generate or respond to communications by means of automated programs or scripts that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being (though none really exists and any dialog is generated by programming).e may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment.While these communications may seem genuine, authentic, and personal, they may be broadcast simultaneously to a large number of persons and possess none of these qualities.
This is why they use thousands of fake profiles to lure you into buying a paid membership to contact nonexistent girls.
When claiming that a website is a scam it's always good to back your claims with as much evidence as possible.
Meet uses a multitude of deceptions to deceive male members with a free account into upgrading from a free membership to a paid member which costs $29.95.
This site throws every scam they can at you so they can make a profit off of your ignorance.
While their contents may appear to be true, they may be quite false; while their contents may appear to sincere, they may be quite disingenuous.