MilfsAffair.com Reviewed & Exposed For Scamming

 Apr, 28 - 2014   10 comments   Scams

Milfsaffar.com

Website Details:

MilfsAffair.com is a new dating site just starting to be marketed online. The focus is for older women and younger men to meet one another. We signed up and got 14 emails in just under 3 days which seems pretty good until you read what happened. The rest of the review reveals everything in detail.

Cost:

  • $29.95 for a monthly membership.
  • $69.00 for a 3 month membership.

Features:

  • Search: Search for people based in gender, age, location. You can also search based on if a user has photos, and also if the people you are interested in are online now.
  • Webcams: View cams
  • Live Chat: This site does have live chat.
  • Videos: You can watch videos

The 2 charts below show the traffic for March 2014 at around 25,000 unique visitors. This is a relatively low number with the most popular of dating sites surpassing over 1,000,000 vistiors per month.

stats

Legitimacy Of This Site:

This site is not legitimate, here are the reasons why. First off if you take a look at the screen shot of just 2 emails (from the 14 we received) you will notice that there are orange circles around the words "Online Cupid".  Now from the research we conducted it is a 100% undisputable fact that any email or dating profile that says "Online Cupid" is fictitious profile created by the site. We received 14 emails all from the fake women.

emails

How Do We Know Online Cupids Are Fake?

If you know where to look you can find all the information you need. In this case we found was the terms page which basically lays out all the info you need. It discusses the usage of the site, membership fees and the use of "Online Cupids". This is where it gets more interesting.  In the terms it states the following:

"You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious, and are associated with our "Online Cupids®" service.Such profiles are designated with the following logo ". 

Every single email and every profile we looked at that emailed us had the "Online Cupid" logo on it. Not even one girl that emailed us was a legitimate girl. Out of 14 emails sent to us 14 were from "Online Cupids". It doesn't get any worse than that. Now imagine all the guys who don't realize this scam is even taking place, so they pay the $29.95 recurring credit card charge thinking they are going to meet someone?

fake_profile 

We continued reading the rest of the terms and  we were shocked to find out not only do they create fictitious profiles to lure members into upgrading but they also employ people for the same reason. They pay people to chat with you and keep you paying a monthly membership. And on top of paying people they use automated emails messages for the same reason to lure you into buying a membership. It's hard to understand how these type of blatant rip offs are still operating the same dating scams from 10 years ago but they are.

"Initial messages from our Online Cupids® service may be automatically generated with no human involvement, and, messages and/or correspondence thereafter may be generated by third-parties hired or contracted by Us. The Online Cupids® service is also intended to proactively monitor user activities and communications to ensure compliance with Our Terms and Conditions."

Another thing we noticed is that we had 21 buddy requests from women who are supposedly interested in the profle we created. You can see some of the women who contacted us below. The profiles that say "hidden image" are too graphic to show. Not surprisingly every buddy request was from an "Online Cupid" (fake women who don't exist). The whole scam is of course none of these women are real and if you try to approve the buddy request, then

you will need to pull out your credit card and buy a monthly membership.

buddy requests

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: Stockton, California, United States
  • IP Address Of Server: 173.241.1.82
  • Name Servers: NS1.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS2.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS3.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS4.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM

MilfsAffair.com Contact Information :

Final Decision:

It doesn't get much worse than a dating site consciously and intentionally going out of it's way to rip you off. This site was created for only one reason and that is to rip people off. You cannot meet milfs on this site and anyone who tells you that you can is either working with them or lying to you.

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 Comments 10 comments

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