I'd be glad to answer.
LEGIT has helped literally thousands of people since 1992, when we were founded. Our job is to get between... currently smaller numbers, but we've had up to 80 people in Vancouver each month. Of these thousands of people, we have had one case where it was a relationship of convenience. In fact, it came last month. We told them we're not interested in helping them. That's one case out of literally thousands. I don't see it as an issue at all. It's much easier to claim you're straight and not risk being beaten and persecuted and hated by the people in a refugee camp than it is to say you're gay.