They use the computer generated emails to lure you in, just like bait on a hook to snag a fish. When you reply to the email you are asked to upgrade and buy a membership.
If you bought the membership you took the bait and got duped, while the site administrators line their pockets with your money.
The site is involved in a scheme to trick men into upgrading to communicate with nonexistent women so they can make money off of your ignorance. Trying to communicate back to any of these emails will all send you to the upgrade page to purchase a .95 membership.
On top of the fake "likes" we also received 7 emails (see evidence below) from girls who do not exist. Another method used to trick people into buying membership is the use of paid employees to chat with you, send you emails and instant messages.
We did not upload any photographs to our profile and left all personal information empty on purpose. Does that make any sense to you, it makes absolutely no sense to us.You then need to ask yourself as we did why in the world are these women interested in us?Reading and digging into to the terms and conditions it started to make sense.If you try to communicate back then need to upgrade to do send an email to the girl you want to email.It starts to become clear why we are receiving these fake likes from nonexistent women. If you don't know any better you may have thought you hit the gold mine but of course it's a scam.