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IMPORTANT: Why You Should Stay Away From PARANORMAL DATE
« on: July 27, 2015, 11:15:42 PM »
I recently joined George Noory's Paranormal Date as a way to meet singles who were interested in the paranormal in my area. After being on the site for 3 weeks, I now feel that it is a total sham, just around for making George more money. I wanted to believe that it worked, but here is the truth that I discovered.

1. When you sign up, it asks you to write a little bit about yourself. I did. What it does not tell you is that it sends other people that you do not click on a "message" without your permission, that you didn't send. It's just takes the blurb you wrote about yourself when you signed up and randomly sends it to other people. I received several of these from girls, and when I wrote back to them, I discovered they had no idea that they "sent" me a message.

2. Paranormal Date also seems to aggregate people from different dating sites. George claims that they have had over 17,000 sign-ups. Almost none of these people have any interest in the paranormal! Then why are they on this site?!!! One girl wrote to me that she was upset that no one seemed to be into the paranormal on this site. I've included a screenshot of that conversation (with sensitive material censored for protection.) Also, please note that I never actually wrote to this girl, but she wrote "back" to me to a response that I NEVER SENT!

3. I'm pretty sure that most "people" on it are either fake, or aggregated by some other dating website. It's almost as if they purchased a dating website that was almost developed, then just slapped a new "brand" on it calling it "paranormal."

There are a lot of amazing paranormal technology websites that are out there and they are becoming really popular. A couple of good ones are Echovox, TruthFunders, etc. I thought it was important for me to bring this to the attention of everybody, because I feel ripped off. I also feel uncomfortable responding to people's "messages" when it's obvious that they didn't personally write them to me. The only one that actually wrote a personal message out of the 20 messages I received is the one below. And you can see how disappointed she is with the site as well. What are your thoughts or experiences?

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« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2015, 06:41:22 AM »
George Noory's


My agreement is palpable.

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« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2015, 06:43:30 AM »
It's almost as if they purchased a dating website that was almost developed, then just slapped a new "brand" on it calling it "paranormal."





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« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2015, 11:33:59 AM »
I recently joined George Noory's Paranormal Date as a way to meet singles who were interested in the paranormal in my area. After being on the site for 3 weeks, I now feel that it is a total sham, just around for making George more money. I wanted to believe that it worked, but here is the truth that I discovered.


My application was rejected.  I was told it was because I answered the question, "What would you like to see most in a woman?" with "My penis."

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« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2015, 11:41:11 AM »
I don't get all these dating sites. I met my wife the old fashioned way; in a bar.

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« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2015, 07:17:40 PM »
Shredder call your credit card company and tell them what you told us. You have protections as a user of credit. These charges should be reversed and George should be ashamed of himself.

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« Reply #6 on: July 28, 2015, 07:21:19 PM »
Wow if you are so bad at getting pussy that you have to use a dating site, let alone George's bottom-feeder, paranormal date, maybe it's a sign that you just don't have the skills with the ladies anywhere.

Have you tried dudes?

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« Reply #7 on: July 28, 2015, 08:10:18 PM »
Wow if you are so bad at getting pussy that you have to use a dating site, let alone George's bottom-feeder, paranormal date, maybe it's a sign that you just don't have the skills with the ladies anywhere.

Have you tried dudes?

The world is changing. I work with a team of 12 people. Mostly women. Several of the women are using dating sites. I've told all of them, if you're not dating it is because you don't want to. Every one of them them thinks I am old fashioned.

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« Reply #8 on: July 28, 2015, 09:34:28 PM »
I wanted to mention this earlier but didn't get around to it. Now I wish I had. I guess you found out the hard way. Paranormal date does have so many subscribers because they merged with another dating website that has nothing to do with paranormal. I guess the first tip off should have been that he claims more subs to Paranormaldate.com than he has listeners.

George sure isn't letting us down. He always finds a new low.

Hey Shredder, you might find more success with one of the more mainstream dating sites, just put in your interests even if they are not of the norm. My old friend from high school met and married someone she met at match.com. That was about seven years ago I think and they are still married.

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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2015, 01:45:10 AM »
George should be ashamed of himself.

Oh, that'll happen.. ;D

Always the optimist, you are.

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« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2015, 01:46:35 AM »
also you can get ghost herpes on there.

ghost herpes is a special strain of tumeric resistant herpes.

very nasty stuff. please stay away for your childrens sake.

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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2015, 01:52:00 AM »
My application was rejected.  I was told it was because I answered the question, "What would you like to see most in a woman?" with "My penis."

Cock, Dink, or Prick, would have worked. Noory can relate to that.    See?

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« Reply #12 on: April 19, 2017, 12:54:52 AM »
Thanks for the tip-off. At my age I'm not too interested in this stuff any more, but do think about it from time to time. I agree that there are probably better ways to meet people than Internet dating, but certainly wouldn't rule it out either. Times have changed, and the old personal ad stigma is pretty much gone. ( And in any case, one if my grandmother's was a mail order bride, so I'm not in a position to criticize.)

Too bad Paranormal Date sounds like a bad deal. I generally believe that "niche" sites are preferable to things like match.com, which are so general and have so many members, people hardly know where to start.

A few years ago I was in alikewise.com, a niche site based on reading tastes. Sounds like a good idea, but I didn't meet anyone to date. First, a majority of them were on the east coast. Whether it was lack of publicity or what, alikewise just never caught on out west. Second, most of the guys were 10 or 20 years younger than me. But worst of all, nearly all of the guys who responded to me were obviously Nigerian scammers. As most of you probably know, many people have lost serious amounts of money to romancescammers and catfishers. And others who didn't have money to send them have gotten sucked into illicit schemes assisting the scammers with their money transfers, etc. Most of the ones who contacted me were so clumsy and unconvincing, I'm not sure how people fall for this, but no matter. I kept turning these people in to the administrators, and they'd remove his profile. but more would pop up. In retrospect, I think it was the same guy (or team of guys--they work in teams)who just used  different screen names and profiles. I was disgusted that they evidently weren't vetting new members profiles at all, since there were always lots of red flags in the profiles. Some of them had even stolen pictures of American servicemen, a common MO of these guys.