Most popular dating website in china
This is not prerevolutionary China, but a new TV dating show.
Since “Chinese Dating” made its debut in late December, it has drawn viewers and generated lively discussions on China’s social networks.
After some time, the grifter "will start implying that he wants to marry the victim" and will claim his parents require a gesture of good will: an incredibly expensive (up to ,000) flower basket as a lucky charm for a fictional new store.
The grifter directs his victim to a local florist — who he knows — and then they share the profit.
The statistic shows a ranking of the most commonly used Chinese mobile dating apps as of 2016.
During the survey, about 38.5 perrcent of respondents stated that Shijijiayuan was the mobile dating app they used most frequently.
S., the remaining scams could be drawn straight from The Sting or The Grifters.
The most ingenious of the Jiayuan scams starts when the owner of a fancy restaurant hires an attractive woman, who then makes a dating profile.