Some questioned the authenticity of TLC’s “90 Day Fiancé” considering the couples are in long distance relationships and then marry after living with each other for 90 days. While cast member Anfisa Arkhipchenko was always clear about one thing: she married Jorge Garcia for his money.

Still, the couple promoted the premiere of the show on Facebook. Anfisa even commented on some of Jorge’s posts, interacting with his followers.

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“Since when is a ‘promise’ an obligatory contract? Just because it doesn't happen exactly when you want it doesn’t mean I lied or fell short on my promise!” Jorge wrote Sunday.

The post was most likely a reference to Jorge lying to Anfisa about how much money he made. When they met, he claimed he was a millionaire. Once she moved to the United States, he didn’t buy her everything she wanted, but Anfisa assumed that meant he was stingy on money. As they continued to fight about finances, Jorge ultimately admitted that not only was he not a millionaire, he was “thousands in debt.”

Anfisa was shocked. When she had him admit that he was $30,000 in debt to be exact, she said she wanted to get a postnuptial agreement so if they divorced she would not have to split his debt.

Back on Facebook, Jorge and Anfisa seemingly flirted with each other when he asked for millions of viewers to watch the premiere. “I want 20 million viewers tonight!” he wrote.

Anfisa responded: “Fame whore.”

“Law of attraction!” he wrote back.

She then said, “lol didn't think I'd get any likes. Where are all your supporters that don't have sense of humor and ready to attack me?” To which he answered, “Just wait lol I'm sure they will show up.”

After some people accused Anfisa and Jorge of being in a fake marriage, she took to Instagram Sunday to explain how the 90-day fiancé visa works. “I see a lot of people saying, ‘90 days is not enough to get married,’ [and], ‘90 days is not enough to get to know somebody,’ or asking, ‘did you guys date before getting married?’” she wrote.

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“What they don't understand is how the show actually works,” Anfisa penned about confused viewers. “It's not like people apply to be on the show and then get matched in couples and that's where the show begins.”

Anfisa added TLC had nothing to do with her getting her visa, writing: “The show doesn't help with anything related to immigration. They just start filming on the day foreign fiancé (e) arrives to the USA and continue until the couple gets married.”

To find out what happens next, don’t miss “90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?” when it airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on TLC.

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