Our Investigation Uncovers If You Can Honestly “Bone A Milf” Using BoneAMilf.com

 Mar, 30 - 2016   7 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

BoneAMilf.com home page

Cost:

  • $2.97 for a 3 day trial which automatically renews at $39.95 every 3 months until you cancel.
  • $29.95 for a one month recurring subscription.
  • $74.85 for a 3 month recurring subscription.
  • $119.70 for a 6 month recurring subscription.

Features:

  • My Profile: Edit your profile, manage your photos and videos. You also add info to your "about me" section.
  • My Connections: See who is on your friends list.
  • Notifications: See who sent you instant messages, checked out your profile and who emailed you.
  • Online Now: Check out who's online now.
  • Live Cams:
  • Search: Search for other members based on age, gender, country and city location.

Overview

If you're looking for honest unbiased information on BoneAMilf.com then you've come to the right place. We take our jobs seriously and we try to give you as much information as possible so you can make an informed decision. We registered on this site and our experience as well as any corroborating evidence is available in this review. A couple things to note is that this website is associated with many known dating scams that we have investigated and exposed for fraudulent business practices. The list of sites includes SwipeAffair.com, InstaSext.com, SwipeCheaters.com, as well as many other sites.

The #1 Dating Site For 2016, Really?

On the home page of BoneAMilf.com this site claims to be the #1 dating site for 2016. But how is that even possible since 2016 hasn't even finished yet and on top of that who exactly voted this dating site to be the best dating? This is all a farce. There is absolutely no way this site is the best dating site, it's simply not true. And the rest of this investigation will show you all the proof you would ever need to prove this is not the best dating site but actually one of the the worst dating sites!

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Did You Agree To "Love Stars"

When you joined BoneAMilf.com you needed to agree to the terms and conditions of the site as you can see from the screenshot below. Did you actually read the terms and conditions to understand what "Love Stars" are? Don't worry 99% of the people who register on any dating site never read the terms and conditions and this is how so many dating scams are able to flourish and rip off thousands of customers worldwide. Here is the link where you can learn exactly what "Love Stars" are. "Love Stars" are fictitious profiles that have been manufactured by the dating site. Employees who work for Bone A Milf are paid to create fictitious member profiles of attractive women. These profiles look real to users who have no experience with these kind of dating cons however we have years and years of experience. For us to be able to identify fake profiles and illegitimate dating sites is a cinch. We will dig further into what "Love Stars" are but for now just realize that this dating site goes to the extreme of creating fake female profiles to deliberately trick you.

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(Screen shot of agreement showing you must agree to the terms and "Love Stars".)

Fake "Love Stars" (Virtual Female Members) Are Everywhere

As we already mentioned "Love Stars" are make believe profiles designed and operated by the staff of this website. Below we have taken screenshots of just three examples of hundreds and possibly thousands of member profiles that are completely phony. These profiles are scattered throughout the site. In fact every single profile we looked up was a "Love Star". And you can identify a "Love Star" profile by looking for the abbreviation "L S". You can see the evidence circled in red, this is the quickest and easiest way to identify if a profile is real or fake on BoneAMilf.com. The profiles look like a normal profile, they have photos of attractive looking girls and all the relevant information you would see in a legitimate profile. The only way to tell if they are fake is with the little "LS" logo so be sure to look for that logo (see example below).

LS logo

You're probably wondering why would they even bother making fake profiles? The reason they make bogus member profiles is that this is a hook-up site and the amount of women who legitimately join hookup sites is very small compared to men. The amount of men joining would be 9 men for every woman. No guy is going to want to pay for a dating service when you have 90% men on it. So years ago a dating site devised a plan to create fake profiles to bump up the ratio and make it seem as if the site had many more women than they really did. The scam worked and then hundreds of other dating sites popped up with the same agenda. They created fake profiles and the profit started storing in. And to this day they are still running the same type of fraudulent operations across the internet.

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(Fake profile with the "Love Stars" / LS logo.)
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(Fake profile with the "Love Stars" / LS logo.)
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(Fake profile with the "Love Stars" / LS logo.)

Fake Instant Chat Message From Automated "Bots" Used To Trick You

It's easy to get taken in when you start receiving chat messages on a dating site. Any man would gets very excited at the prospect of hooking up with a girl. When we started receiving instant messages we knew what was up. We have experience with these kind of dating sites and we know it's all a con job. But most people have no clue what's hitting them when they start receiving instant message after instant message from what appears to be attractive looking ladies located in their community. But it's all a facade. There aren't any real girls sending you cyber sex messages, wanting to hook up with you, blah, blah, blah. It's all a marketing strategy used to lure you into trying to chat with a girl. But you're not actually chatting with a girl you're chatting with a robot! A software robot aka "bot" (bots are used to mimic actual human conversation) are specifically designed to send fake computer generated instant messages (that look legit) to people who join hookup sites like BoneAMilf.com. When you try to send a message back you will see a sentence stating that "in order to communicate with other members you will need to upgrade". You can take a look at the screen shot we took and have provided as evidence below. This has happened to us time and time again so we know what we're talking about. It's all one big marketing strategy to get you to pay for a membership to communicate with women who don't even exist on the site.

The sophisticated software programs are designed to imitate real web users by asking you questions. They also use something called geo-targeting which uses a software program that can identify your location. So for instance if you're located in New York the fake girl will ask you what part of New York are you from? Or would you like to go to dinner in New York sometime etc. Something to that effect to make it seem as if it's a real person located in your community. These scams use advanced software programs using a sort of artificial intelligence to trick you.

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(Screen shot of instant message.)

Automated Email Messages Used To Get You To Upgrade Your Membership

You didn't think they would just stop at sending you fake instant messages did you? The site also uses fake email messages as a form of marketing to deceptively get you to purchase a paid subscription. Just like the instant messages the emails we personally received were from "Love Stars". Using the "Love Stars" profiles that their staff has created, they then use automated computer bots to send their member fictitious email messages using software bots / artificial intelligence. These instant messages emails look legit, but they are all computer-generated with no human involvement at all. If you try to read the emails or reply to the messages you will be asked to upgrade to a paid subscription using your credit card.

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(Screen shot showing the fake emails we received from "Love Stars".)

Phony Notifications Used As A Marketing Gimmick

BoneAMilf.com takes it one step further using fake notifications. We took a screenshot of the notifications we received and notifications include receiving instant messages and people viewing your profile. All of the notifications were from fake women. The fictitious notifications are used as another marketing gimmick to try to get you to communicate to the bots sending you instant messages or the bots "viewed your profile". Once again when you try to converse with anyone on this site you will be asked to pay for a membership.

Phony-notifications

Fake "Live Web Cam Chat" Falsely Misleading People

Have you been contacted by any of the girls via webcam chat? Those are all illegitimate as well. The webcam videos are not live, they've been pre-recorded and they are played to every person who registers on BoneAMilf.com. Don't think you're special, it's all a con job and you're the target. If you try to chat back to the girl in the video of course you will be asked to upgrade (see evidence below).

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(This is not a live web cam chat, it's a pre-recorded video.)

Getting Charged From Porn Sites Without Your Consent

With all the effort they use into pushing you into buying monthly memberships you would be shocked to learn that even when you buy a membership they're trying to scam you there as well. If you take a look at the screen shot we took of the payment page you will notice that they upgrade you to a VIP membership. This is without your consent. You are automatically upgraded to a "VIP membership" when you purchase a monthly subscription on this site. You get billed to two other porn sites. The charges are $39.61 a month from VibeVideo.com and $28.87 per month to VideoErotic.com. These two charges are on top of your other monthly membership charges from BoneAMilf.com.

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(Screen shot showing how you get charged from 2 porn sites without your consent.)

The Terms And Conditions Reveals Their Deceptive Intentions

The icing on the cake is that everything we just stated is available for you to read right on their own website. They have documented and detailed every part of their fraud for anyone who wants to read it. Their terms and conditions page talks about the use of fictitious profiles they create. They also talk about automated email messages and instant messages. They also admit that you can never actually physically need I love star in person because of course they're not real members of the site. You can click this link to be taken to the terms and conditions page or you can also read it directly below this paragraph.

  • You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots related to our "Love Stars" program.
  • You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the LS profiles do not pertain to any actual person or member, but are included for entertainment purposes only.
  • You further understand, acknowledge, and agree that, from time-to-time, LS may contact Website and Services users and members via electronic messaging, including for example, email, instant messages, and SMS, for purposes of encouraging further or broader participation in our site's Services and/or to monitor user activity.
  • You understand, acknowledge, and agree that no physical meeting will ever take place between you and LS, and that the exchange of messages between you and a LS is for entertainment purposes, as well as to encourage further or broader participation in our site's Services and/or to monitor user activities.

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 1237 S Victoria Ave Ste 415, 30077 Agoura Court, First Floor, Agoura, CA, 91301, US
  • IP Address Of Server: 207.178.145.34
  • Name Servers:  DNS5.TNCSERVERS.NET, DNS6.TNCSERVERS.NET

Contact Information:

Final Decision:

BoneAMilf.com has nothing to do with online dating and meeting milfs. The whole thing is all a facade. This site is a well oiled machine that runs on automated bots and made up profiles called "Love Stars". You probably have a better shot at winning the lottery than you do actually meeting a real female for a date through BoneAMilf.com. All the evidence speaks for itself, but the decision to use this site is entirely up to you.

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 Comments 7 comments

  • Robert says:

    Thanks. 

  • Homeboy says:

    I'm pretty sick and tired of not only the "bots" and the many ways you're tricked into "upgrading" to see messages, but the RECURRING charges and as mentioned above the additional sites you inadvertenly join including useless porn and webcam sites.  Thanks for clearing this up…..Ashley Madison was considered "legit" and obviously even a high profile site like AM before they were hacked was bogus.  Too many horny guys and greedy site owners, and not nearly enough "real" women interested in just "hooking up".

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  • Robert says:

    you notice they don't have a phone number for you to call ti cancel

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    Can't seem to access my options?


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