The Arranged Gay Marriage Scam

The Arranged Gay Marriage Bureau provides a revolutionary arranged marriage system exclusively for gay men and women. With over 3,700 clients worldwide, it’s founder Urvi Shah claims to fulfil people’s dreams and help find them a partner for a substantial fee. After seeing impressive testimonies and stories about the Bureau in the media, VICE’s Reeta Loi uses the service to attempt to find a partner and follows the journey of Keith as he searches for a husband. Urvi’s assurances that she personally picks out a suitable partner for each of her clients, leads them to start the process with great optimism. But after but as the months go by, the reality becomes clear that Reeta and the other people using the service are being scammed.

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