Now, I've learned how to use the site to my advantage and have been successful on three (3) trips so far.
First and foremost, I don't recommend anyone sign up for any foreign cupid site until you are ready to travel to that niche country.
They give you a song and dance and fall "head over heels" with their victim. When I first signed up and created my profile on Cupid, somehow my gender selection was wrong.
After uploading some of my photos I checked my profile and saw it read "male".
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My next step is filing a complaint with the state Attorney General's office. During my (6 months 6 months) one year membership, I received chat and messages from like 500-600 women. What more interesting, people I reached out myself also were scam.
In order to put yourself in a position for the best success, try to live close to Montego Bay or Kingston.
These two cities have the largest number of members of online dating sites based on my research.
I went through the steps as prescribed on Cupid to request my gender changed to female.
I looked back at my profile and saw my uploaded photos were gone so I uploaded again and went through the steps to request my gender change on my profile.