At its inception, this site may have attracted a fairly quality following ....now, it's interactive Spam. I joined a few months ago and so far haven't travelled anywhere.
The types of guys you'll most likely encounter on here : 1- He favourites you but never speaks 2- He asks random questions about your dream destinations then goes quiet 3-He messages you last minute expecting you to join him somewhere - as if I'd be crazy enough to join some stranger who I haven't even chatted with-_- 4-He asks for your number then asks you to send more pics of yourself ( even though I have 5 up on the site) or even worse he asks for nudes 5- He says he wants to go on a date or just says hi then goes quiet This has been my experience on here it seems most of the members are either fake, unable to afford to take a lady on luxurious trips (splenda) or just looking for a prostitute.
So since they are so easy to spot but are so plentiful I can't imagine they are actually trying to do anything about it, more likely they are site sponsored as many here have suggested.
The best part is on the page where you can report people there is a warning that YOU might get banned for reporting too many people.
You should also run all her pictures through an image search.
Pretty soon you'll find out that almost every single woman you meet on Miss Travel is fraudulent.
Their profiles all follow the same general format, have several high quality pictures, have their phone number and email address and they are all incredibly hot.
Phone numbers are an easy give away, they type them with 1 at the begining which is the international dialing code, who in the US does that.
The good news is that they are really easy to spot.
worst is that the fake profiles are generated by the owners of the site to populate the app. I narrowed the field down to two finalists who I then video chatted with.
i wish i had read reviews before wasting for one month. Both women were young and beautiful but one stood out as being much more sincere and interested in getting to know me.
The fake profiles are simple to spot: a) The self-description always omits subject pronouns: "am nice woman" "am 30 years old" b) the ethnicity is listed as "Native American" or "Mixed" c) the location is often listed as "Florida City" d) the person describes herself as "God fearing" and looking for "true love." e) phone numbers are given with requests to text them. I signed up for a 1-month membership, so that I could "Test" the integrity of Miss Travel, and discovered that the reviews I read prior to signing up were accurate.
The site is plagued with Trolls from Africa, claiming to be wayward souls whoo are looking for a "good man".
I have used Miss Travel for several years to meet women who wanted to travel for free.