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Although I have experience of some of the free sites listed here, I am not going to make any recommendations, you must complete your own research and come to your own decision.However, whatever the method of communication, girls being paid will be expected to spend a minimum number of hours each week “online” and must hit targets for letters and/or chat, especially if the local marriage agency has paid for their photo portfolio and/or supplied a laptop.Not all girls on the pay sites are receiving commissions, some may be genuine and seeking a real relationship, but with so many being paid, it could cost you thousands to find a sincere girl and, more likely, you efforts will be futile. The downside of free sites is that you will have to work a little harder.Don’t expect 100’s of letters in your ‘inbox’ every day!However, because the girls on the free sites are not paid to communicate, at least you will know that their motives are not financial.With Valentine's Day coming up, the Better Business Bureau is warning people about the pitfalls of online dating services.The bureau fields hundreds of complaints about these services every year.She said other scammers claim that a relative is ill and they need money to cover the hospital bills. "Any time you enter into a situation where you're literally meeting a stranger online you could be putting yourself at risk," said Det. Dana Drover, one of the top investigators with the financial crime section of Halifax Regional Police.Drover said people should look for signs that something is amiss.I was recently asked if there were “free” alternatives to the expensive marriage and dating sites such as Jump4Love and, of course, there are.Admittedly, it is quite possible that many of these free sites will also include a percentage of traditional scammers, therefore it is still important to keep your wits about you.