Our Review Explains Why EasySex.com Is Misleading People From Start To End

 Jun, 03 - 2016   41 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

EasySex.com home page

Cost: 

The site claims to be free but asks for your credit card to "activate your free membership" (which is all misleading).

Features:

  • News Feed: See who has viewed your profile and sent you emails in the news feed section.
  • Messages: See messages that you have received.
  • Date Requests:
  • Friends Requests: See who wants to be your friend.
  • Profile Views: See who has viewed your profile.

Overview

This site is connected to numerous sites  that use "virtual profiles" as XXXPersonals.com, Hookupcloud.com, XXXConnect.com, EroticAds.com, AdultHookups.com, and Fuckbooknet.net. Read the full review below.

Fake Girls AKA "Online Regents" Used Lure Men Into Upgrading

We're not sure if you're aware of it or not but did you realize that you needed to agree to the terms and conditions when you created your free account on the home page of the site. Part of the agreement involves acknowledging that you will be taking part in the "Online Regent" program (see evidence below). You can learn more about what the "Online Regent" program consists of so you don't get taken in by this deception.

ONLINE-REGENT

Free Access That Actually Charges Your Credit Card $80 Per Month!

After you register for a so-called free account on this site you're immediately asked for your credit card information. They state that "your credit card will not be charged for your free access membership" but this is completely false. If you take a look at the evidence below you will see that you do end up getting charged $39.95 per month from HDSchooGirlz.com. And also you are enrolled in a platinum VIP membership to the site at $39.95 a month. The total cost adds up to just under $80.00 per month for something that was supposed to be free. This is the first con in a series of deceptions that this website tries to pull on its members.

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Female Profiles Are Actually Fictitious Created By The Site

This site manufactures fake female profiles and they make no qualms about it. You do need to look in the terms and conditions (section 14) where in capital letters it states that they "utilize virtual profiles". The fictitious profiles they use are always female profiles. Using our trusty software TinyEye.com we were able to identify numerous photos taken from other sites and then used to make fake profiles in a very short. Photos were found on all types of sites from adult image sites to Ebay.com. Unfortunately most web users aren't savvy enough to understand, or too lazy to read the terms and conditions of the site. But unfortunately the site does create the fictitous / virtual profiles this makes it seem as if the dating site has thousands of women seeking men to hook up with. This of course is completely false and the real percentage of men to women is probably 99:1 if that. You can see evidence of all of the fake profiles we found while researching for this review. We have also provided links to the exact locations where the profile photographs are found on other websites.

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(In this piece of evidence on Easysex.com this female is apparently from Rochester, New York. But on the link below she is an escort in Las Vegas. Be cautious on this site many profiles are found on all sorts of sites from porn sites to forums and escort sites.)

  1. http://3lasvegasescorts.blogspot.com/2009/06/wow-so-this-is-blogging.html

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(This girl is supposedly from Syracuse, New York but was also found on sites that expose romance scammers. The links below are where that info is available.)

  1. http://www.delphifaq.com/faq/russian_marriage_scams/f1351_0.htm
  2. http://www.stop-scammers.com/picture_big_public.asp?id=2677

  3. http://www.stop-scammers.com/scammer.asp?id=2677

  4. http://www.humoron.com/thumbs/3478_model.jpg

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  1. http://cachecdn.fling.com/tthumbs/5/59024.jpg
  2. https://whatboyswant.com/forums/read/158569/limit:10/page:60
  3. http://img257.imagevenue.com/loc530/th_107060440_jp9_123_530lo.jpg
  4. http://media.mature-amateur-sex.com/1205/tn120511-amateur-hairy-matures-photo.jpg

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(This profile photo was also found on Spanish sites, as you can see in the evidence below.)

  1. http://multiplayer.cyberjuegos.com/player/ThifannyOliv

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(Exact same female is on a Spanish web site.)

This Site Employs People That Are Hired As Make-Believe Members

Another part of this site's deception is that with this website admits in their terms and conditions that they employ people to act as female members. These paid employees are compensated to make believe they are interested in you. Their job duty is to string you along so you buy a monthly membership.

The Terms And Conditions

Like we have already stated everything you need to know about how this site operates is in their terms and conditions in section 14. For your ease of reading we have included the most relevant and important parts of the terms and conditions that we think you should be aware of. Please read the most relevant parts of the terms and conditions below.

ONLINE REGENTS: easysex.com UTILIZES VIRTUAL PROFILES THAT DO NOT CORRESPOND TO ACTUAL MEMBERS:

  • 14.2 An ONLINE REGENT may be a digital actor, an avatar or a synthespian (e.g. a computer generated "person" or "character"). ONLINE REGENTS may be employed by easysex.com or a third party to enhance Your online experience. For example, an ONLINE REGENT may provide an electronic introduction to new or existing easysex.com features or functionality, or discourage inappropriate behavior.
  • You acknowledge that You understand that some of the profiles and Members displayed on them are not actual members of the site. ONLINE REGENTS are not associated with any other user of the site, but are sent to You in an effort to promote broader enjoyment, additional activity and fuller participation in all our Services.
  • 14.4 The ONLINE REGENT services can include the posting of information, pictures and/or communications directed to You. Such messages may take the form of any communication currently permitted on the Website.
  • 14.7 By accepting these Terms you further acknowledge and agree that any information or pictures displayed to you via an ONLINE REGENTS profile does not relate to an actual person but has been included for the above mentioned purposes.
  • 14.9 Additionally by accepting these Terms, you understand, acknowledge, and agree that, the ONLINE REGENT may contact both free Members and paid Subscribers via text based communication either within the site and/or via email notifications in order to increase activity and to monitor the compliance to these Terms.
  • 14.12 Similarly, You appreciate and understand that any communications from the ONLINE REGENT may be sent to multiple Accounts at the same or similar time(s). Additionally You understand that You are not guaranteed a response or interaction with any of our ONLINE REGENTS, nor with any other site user.

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 800 Petrolia Rd. Unit 8, North York, ON, M3J-3K4, Canada
  • IP Address Of Server: 216.105.81.3
  • Name Servers: ns1.sexsearch.com, ns2.sexsearch.com

Contact Information :

  • Phone:
  • Addresses: 13 Elms Avenue • Muswell Hill • London • N102 JN UK
    Sunflower14 LTD., 81 Bosworth Road, Barnet, Herts, EN5 5NA, United Kingdom
  • Emails: support@easysex.com

Final Decision:

In a world filled with corruption, the Internet has made it that much easier for con artists to work invisibly. EasySex.com is misleading consumers with their use of virtual profiles. They fabricate fake profiles, ask for your credit card information to prove your over 18 but then bill you and overall they do everything in their power to deceive. Setting up a website only cost $10 for a new domain name and this company knows that, that is why they constantly switch websites to be able to continue to push their untrustworthy business practices on to unknowing male consumers. Once again read Easysex.com's terms and conditions (section 14) to see how they run their operation.

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 Comments 41 comments

  • Michael w says:

    I wish I'd read this yesterday. I discovered they'd fleeced me and thought maybe I'd hit the wrong button and CHOSEN to be a gold member. I emailed them to say I'd accept the membership as long as it wasn't auto-renewed and I wasn't charged again. They replied that they'd done that. The charges do not show up on my bank balance with any details other than 'debit'. I know some of the profiles are real, but I imagine most aren't.

    • Michael E Taylor says:

      B I S Tx

      They ripped me off" 

    • Bill says:

      Wish I had read alot of this earlier this week, 

    • David Lowe says:

      Some of the profiles are real, but it's around 5 percent. If you have webmaster skills, you can identity with a lot of scams and fraud throughout the site… I was also tricked into thinking I was signing up for a free account, and submitted my debit card number and got billed twice… I did meet two hot chicks off the site, but it was one of the affiliate sites. Sexsearch.com a few years ago and got laid twice. One white girl and one black girl. I called the site to inform them to cancel my membership at the in of Agust and they complied… I understand that virtual propiles are prevalent and all the ads from connected affiliates sucks. 

  • SW says:

    Thanks for the review!  I checked it out as well and found it to be 100% scam!  All of your info is correct..so to other people, this review is 100%  CORRECT!  Don't waste your time with this bogus site.  

    I had seen another review from some idiot on Youtube saying it's a good site..but notice they have the "comments" section blocked so no one can post and tell the real story of this site.  Typical liar review/video on Youtube.  If they will not let other comments be posted, you can bet its BOGUS!

  • Rick says:

    Yes I completely agree.. this is so bogus.. The so called women who view your profile are never shown as your local matches. Even if you are able to connect through messaging they all answer in the same manner contrary to their profile "about me" and "my match".. its just bullshit. I have requested to meet or even call at a specific time so that I could chat with them onlihne. but they never answer to my specific suggestions. Every response where they sent me a message were never shown to be online.. it's all a scam to scam you out of your money.. DON'T BE FOOLDED THIS SITE IS JUST AS STATED ABOVE A SCAM.. 

  • max says:

    Really appreciate whoever put this info up! 

    I joined Friday and they had billed me immediately for the extra site and yes I never saw the sly linkage.  But on the good side the CC had the billing name as CONTRIET.com and a phone number of 866-569-2059.  They seem to be registered in London, UK. 

    I went to their website and did an immediate chat and the girl was able to look up my account using only my name (didn't have to give her my card number) and she cancelled the future debits.  Yes I lost $39.95 + $2 test fee but better that than an on going scam.  Their website has agreat feature that you can print the chat as keep it as proof.  So at least these guys seems to be legit (I hope). I also asked for a cancellation confirmation number which I got from her. 

    I did briefly go on the easysex site for two minutes and first, there's no profile for guys just straight in you get hit on for sex requests.  Well that was enough to confirm it was a scam. 

    Then I found this info site and saw my error.  So to cancel go to the Contriet.com site and it was done quite quickly.  Note that Chase credit cards refused to let me close the account with pending charges (even though I actually had a credit in the account to cover the scam charges) and they said even if the charges went through in 72 hours that future billings would still be a charged to me personally even if I closed the card unless I cancelled the recurring authorization with the vendor!  Amazing!  Thanks to you guys I think I got out of this mess!

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  • Daz says:

    This site is a total scam. Sign up and you will be directed to a nice video of a lass telling you "everything is free" and a nice email welcoming you to the site.

    Follow the link and enter your credit cards details for "Proof of age"

    The site uses quick links to "Suddenly" upgrade you to Premium Membersip. Before you know it, you have a £30 charge on your card. What worries me is that they keep card details. I have just been stung for £30, and cancelled my card.

    AVOID

     

  • Shawn says:

    I checked  my email and I noticed I had a friend request from cute girl from the site. 

    The odd thing is, I never signed up for it. Nor had I known of the site. I had an account made up. My name was ILikeMath.  I had notices from when someone was signed on under my email.

     

     

  • […] The bottom line: They lie about what you will be able to do when you sign up, they attempt to trick you into signing up for more than you want, and they will try to get an exorbitant amount of money from you for something that is available for free all over the internet. You will have almost no ability to do anything without forking over money, and once you do, you will struggle to get them to stop charging you. Your best bet, STAY AWAY!!! (DatingBusters.com agrees with me) […]

  • stuart says:

    Just signed up after believing the guy on the youtube video.  A few minutes later I recieved a phone call from my bank asking to confirm monies out.  First was £102.60, then £27.33 followed by £1.34 and £1.37. 

    Now my bank has blocked any future payments from duluno? and hopefully everything should be ok

    • Chris says:

      I saw the YouTube video as well and knew it was fishy. He made it sound so easy and ddn't actually go into any detail, also comments were disabled and the guy only has TWO videos on his YouTube account, both the same type of video without any actual substance, review, or negative aspects of the sites. Did more digging and came upon this…

  • Anonymous says:

    So my husband received emails from this site and several others, does this mean these sites have our credit card information and are still charging for this stupid shit even after I unsubscribed his email and the emails stopped?  I haven't noticed any charges from our account but I never thought to look until I saw these posts. In desperate need of any advice or help in how to stop the charges if any have been made. TIA One Pissed Off Wife!

  • Nya says:

    The site STOLE my info and plastered it ALL OVER their 1st page. I'm pissed! Emailed them numerous times to get it off but why would they when they took it dishonestly to begin with? Im horrified of who may find it. I never knew of these assholes till they took my info.

  • DupedAnother1 says:

     just opened my credit card statement & saw 3 SEPARATE charges from " OBTAiNiX.COM 8555239194" just TALKED TO THEM & TOLD THEM I HAD NO IDEA WHY I WAS BEING CHARGED FOR THIS SITE WHICH WAS SUPPOSED TO BE USING MY cc NUMBER TO VERIFY MY AGE, AND ONLY THAT, & I TOLD HIM IT WAS FRAUDULENT CHARGES TO MY CARD & HE SAID HE WOULD RETURN THE 3 CHARGES IMMEDIATELY FOR ME. THIS REVIEW IS 100% CORRECT THEY ARE A SCAM

  • Rj says:

    I got emails from them saying I've signed up. They have my email address and IP address and pretty much all my info. I've never sign In to this or registered for it. I'm scared to know what else personal info they have? Worst of all my girlfriend thinks I'm cheating on her and is in the process of leaving me. Help. 

  • David Lowe says:

    I also was a victim of this widely scam site and was also told to verify my age by submitting my credit card information. I used my greendot debit card for this transaction and was later billed for two months from one of the easysex.com payment processors. "I called greendot to inform them of money being deducted from my account and they told me to file a complaint; which I did with there complaint department". I told them to cancel the current card and they sent me a new one. I informed greendot that I will no longer do business with them and they took matters to retrieve my funds. I been a dedicated customer with greendot and they refuse to lose my business. I would like to thank greendot for redeeming my funds from easysex,com payment processor TruTak.com. I checked my account and my $84.00 was restored. #HappyDance Fuck this fake as site. I learned to always read the Terms and Conditons when dealing with dating sites. Easysex.com have 95% virtual profiles and linking entities that redirect your browser and hope you click on a spam link. 

  • Thomas says:

    Very interesting, yes it is all a big fat scam, they employ people from starving third world nations, who often spend 14 hours a day or more in front of a computer, they also are referred to as E whores or electronic whores, its a negative conatation but its accurate, I ended up here after getting a likely sounding email which led to the easy sex website, I did not fall for it, its 1999 all over again. 

    What I find interesting here is that at first it is almost likely that a woman might be interested in you but afraid to take the first step because women are very much afraid of rejection and they can be quite mean when they do make a play and you reject them.   But all you really have to do is ask yourself this one question and you can be sure that it is a scam or a ripoff. 

    (If a woman was interested in you but fears rejection, would they choose a sex related site to try to communicate with you?)

    Think about that for a moment, your average hooker might behave that way but there is no real relationship there not the kind you likely want to have with a woman anyway.   So, really if a woman was interested in you it would be more likely they would contact you using facebook and have a real conversation, messaging, if they are shy, in person if there is enough chemistry there online, but never never would a real woman contact you using a sex site, even the online dating sites are often full of fake profiles.  which is why this scam works about once every 25 times it is tried, it makes them a little money but you end up with nothing.   So if you really want a quality relationship even one that is mostly sex, dont fall for these scams, your most likely to hook up with a nice girl if your introduced to them by someone they already know.   Then your chances of success are much greater, in fact probably 50 percent or greater and it really does not matter if you think your ugly or fat or skinny, when your introduced to a girl or woman by a friend, you have a much greater chance of making something happen.   Just a word from the wise old goat, >

     

  • Jeffrey says:

    B.S.  Some girl asked me if I was Tinder verified and now I see that she was likely getting me into an $80 hustle and that is if she even exists!

  • Charles says:

    As of November 26 2016

    they have change address again to 

    EasySex.com • The Woodlands Office Park • Building 17 • 20 Woodlands Dr • Woodlands, Sandton • 2191 • South Africa

  • Anonymous says:

    They expose themselves. This "girl" posted her kik on a website. When you message, she asks to email. Then, she attaches an image with each of her emails without you even asking. Before you even answer her question about where you live, you will have an email saying, oh, I live around here too; you are so much closer than I thought. Then, she tells you she needs to be safe since you never met her in person before and that she wants to make sure you are not a rapist or murderer. Before you even reply her saying, hey, I made my account on the link (without actually entering your cc info.), she has already emailed you again asking, really? What username did you make? She writes a bigger, more impulsive email saying, hey, I need you to do this now if you want this all night or I have to continue my search.

    It's easy to tell she is fake because if she really had so many requests  how and why is "she" replying so fast and saying things before you even say anything about them!!

    One suc fake is someone calling herself jane pleaser on gmail and hot baby 448 on kik.

  • Martin says:

    Hi I really need help. I've got myself caught in the same scam and now I'm worried I'm going to be charged. I went through there support centre on the website to cancel it and I went through rocket gate support but I am unsure if this will solve the problem and will i still get charged.

  • >:( says:

    Okay so I tried to sign up for this site because it was a weird day and it said that the membership was free. I made sure to uncheck the box in the obscure tiny font off to the side that said I wanted to go to premium and hit continue. The site itself sucked and it was clear that none of the profiles were weird. But I didn't do anything because it was supposed to be free and I just decided to never go on the site again. But then I got notifications from Bank of America of fraudulent charges and looked to see a couple of $2 charges and I recognized who it was from…. this damn website. I accepted the charges because it was only like $2 but I went to their customer support site and told them to cancel any membership that I had. They did that and everything was fine for about a week. And then out of nowhere I get notified of a $35 charge from this group of sites. I go back to the site last night to figure out what the hell was going on and they told me that it was the membership charge for HDSchooGirlz.com, a site that I had never even been to. I told them to cancel that account but the customer support rep said she couldn't refund me (which I thought was BS). Today I tried again to get my refund from them, this time writing my responses more angrily and saying that there was no possible way that I'd pay them that $35 and I'd go to my bank's fraud department if they did not give me my money back. This time they said the membership was to pickupanygirl.com, another site I'd never been to and that I cancelled it last night. After being really stern with the guy he gave me a refund and told me it'd show up in 7-10 days. I hope he's right. This website is an absolute SCAM do not even think about giving them your info it is a complete waste of time.

  • Robert says:

    I have seen this kind of scamming on not only this site but just about every site i have gone onto i think if this is becoming a major problem ,and these sites should be completly shut down by the better business bureau or a higher source like the FBI let these sites get hurt like they do to unsuspecting people and when it costs them money they will know how it feels

  • X says:

    So how did they get my number and city ? I don't look at porn , im in a very  happy relationship and I get calls from other guys asking for services ? 

  • Fritz says:

    Believe it or not Plenty Of Fish used to have a promotional link posted to Easysex, as well as it's sister scam site Freehookups, the links no longer work, the MilfsHookUp link still does though. They have this whole process with creating an account, including a user name (this was how I found out that they were run by the same outfit since they said my username was already taken) then you end up at a page asking for your credit card information. This set off a "Red Alert" immediately, why does a free membership require credit card info? The answer, because they intend to run up a load of bogus charges on your account. I really have to wonder why the credit card companies don't just block the company behind these sites, it would save themselves and their customers so much agrevation. 

     In any event they are still sending me emails saying that Jenny Jones, or Abigail Smith, wants to hook up with me, this is especailly amusing since I never went past their pay wall before clicking off, so there was no way that I could have created a profile. If the servers these clowns use are inside the U.S or Canada how come the various States Attorneys General, or the Attorney General of Ontario, can't shut them down like they do with the gambling sites?

  • christian says:

    this site is fake and alot of scam, you needed a hookup ID clearance to date with them and these girls are here for commercial goals and not for real to date with them stay away from that site that's all i can say and save olso your money, thea are only for the money and that's it

  • consenting1 says:

    I registered but I didn't take the bait and give them any cc info. After getting swamped with friend requests and salacious offers from literally dozens of obviously fake female members, I found my way here to see what the deal was.

    Having some experience with online cheating/sex sites and their pitfalls, I've learned to always use a prepaid credit card, never one that has a running line of credit or that has your real name and contact info. And always do a little research before joining any such site, no matter how legit it seems.

     

  • John Springfield says:

    This website is 100% fake! If it is free, why do they ask you for your credit card information? If you walk into a supermarket and they are offering free alcohol, and they ask you for your credit card information, would you happy to give it to them? I sincerely hope not! Plus, when you look at FAQ to find out how to delete a profile, it says that you can't and it is permanently in their system. That is very strange. Don't be dumb enough to give them your CC information.


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