Shocking! Our Investigation Reveals The True Agenda Of ForbiddenCrush.com

 Jun, 01 - 2018   2 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Cost:

  • 10 credits costs $23,99 that can be used to send up to 10 email messages.
  • 50 credits costs 98,99 that can be used to send up to 50 email messages.
  • 100 credits costs $179,99 that can be used to send up to 100 email messages.
  • 300 credits costs $479,99 that can be used to send up to 200 email messages.

Features:

  • Online: The Online section of the site shows you which members are online right now.
  • New Members: The New Members page shows you the newest members who have registered on ForbiddenCrush.com.
  • Nearby: Nearby shows you which members are nearby you.
  • Visitors: The Visitors section shows you which members of the site have visited your profile.
  • Favorites: The Favorite section shows you which women you have added to your favorites list.
  • MatchGame: The MatchGame enables you to choose which women you like or not.
  • My Matches: My Matches shows you other members that have been matched to your profile
  • Liked: The Liked section shows you which members you have liked.
  • Liked Me: The Liked Me section shows you which women have liked your profile.

Overview

ForbiddenCrush.com is the focus of our investigation. This dating service is operated by a company called Doca Web Services. One thing that first struck us was the similarity between Forbidden Crush and a slew of other dating sites that we've been investigating and reporting on in the last few weeks. This long list of overseas phony dating services includes the following, DateCasualUK.com, UnitedKingdomDates.com, UKSexFling.com, MysteryFlirt.com, ShagPlace.com, FindMyFling.com, and MyDailyFling.com.

The people operating ForbiddenCrush run multilpe dating sites to make as much money as they can. Do you want to know what we uncovered? Please read the full review below. In the review we give you screenshots, and all types of proof and evidence as to what's really going on that you're probably not aware of. Here's a tip just because a dating site has nice graphics and lots of images of attractive women doesn't mean it's a real place to interact with real people.

The Sole purpose Of ForbiddenCrush.com Is To Scam You With Fake Conversations & Fictitious Female Profiles

The intent of this website is not to bring people together. The sole reason for this website to exist is so the owners of this site can line their own pockets with your hard-earned money. If you take a look at the screenshot that we've provided as evidence below you will notice circled in red all the evidence that we're going to discuss. First of all they tell us "the purpose of the website is to enable chat conversations between fictitious profiles and real members and therefore this website partly contains fake profiles". They go on to tell us "physical meetings are impossible with these bogus profiles". This statement was found on the front page of the website!


(Screenshot taken from the front page of the website.)

111 Emails Were Sent To Me By Bots

The first thing we do after creating an account on a dating site that we're investigating is nothing. We register on the site and then we leave the site alone for a minimum of 2 days. This gives us time to gather intelligence on what's happening. Are we getting emails? Are women contacting us? All of this information is added to our report as evidence.

In the situation of Forbidden Crush like we've stated registered on the site and then let it sit for a couple days. We came back and noticed we received 111 email messages. This completely blew us away! How was it possible that we got over 100 messages on the website?

You can take a look at the screenshot below showing the 111 email messages that were delivered to us. Since we're veterans in the online dating industry and have written over 400 reviews on our blog Dating Busters we have a lot of experience with how fictitious dating sites operate. It looked really fishy to get 100 emails in such a small period of time so we started digging around to see if we could come up with an answer as to why we got so many messages.

What we found out was that on the FAQ page of the website they admit that they are responsible for creating fake entertainment profiles. This isn't much of a shock to us since we've done hundreds of reviews and most of the fake dating sites always use pretend profiles. On top of made up profiles usually fictitious dating services  tend to use a form of automation to send computer-generated email messages to their members. Is that what's happening on ForbiddenCrush.com? We're not sure, but to receive 111 email messages right off the bat when you join a dating services is a big warning that the site is most likely going to be illegitimate.


(Screenshot of 111 emails that we received on the site.)

Here Are Examples Of The Emails Received

Here are some of the emails that we personally received. These email messages have been screenshotted and included as evidence showing that the emails are in fact fake.

 In the first email message coming from "CalyXXX" she says "good morning what are your plans for the day? I called in sick and I told my boss that I wasn't feeling too well I was going to spend my whole day in…" The problem with this email is that we've never written to this girl before but she's making it seem like we have some kind of ongoing relationship. This is a fake computer-generated email message, it was not sent from a real girl looking to meet up with us.


(Screenshot of a phony email message that was sent to us to trick us into purchasing credits.)

This next email is from Lustchick_X and her email reads as follows. "Of all the guys who are on my list you are by far my number one!" Once again in the email message she makes it seem like we're the number one guy that she's found on the website but we've never spoken to this person in our life. This is a fake email message as well.


(Screenshot of a phony email message that was sent to us to trick us into purchasing credits.)

 This next email is from Marly2Hot and in the email message she says, "I'll suck your dick if you eat my ass! My boyfriend doesn't want to rim me his loss because you know I only give head to get head so if I don't want to go down so if he doesn't want to go down on me I'll find someone else." Once again this is a fake email message, if she took the time to look at our profile she would have known that we don't have any pictures in there so why would she bother emailing us? It makes absolutely no sense until you understand that the email messages have been created by computer bots. The emails being aren't being sent or written by real human beings.


(Screenshot of a phony email message that was sent to us to trick us into purchasing credits.)

 ForbiddenCrush Admits To Using Fake Entertainment Profiles On Their FAQ Page

 When we were reading through the frequently asked questions page  one of the questions on the page asked the following question, "Does the website contain fake profiles" and their answer is "the website contains both real and entertainment profiles. Entertainment profiles are fake profiles with which a meeting is not possible." That pretty much proves everything that we're telling you about the site. It's a fake dating site that is creating phony profiles all used to lure you into buying expensive credits so you can email fake women. It's a scam through and through!


(This is a screenshot taken from the FAQ page where the website admits to creating fake profiles.)

Our Profile Didn't Stop Us From Receiving Over 100 Emails!

We've already explained that we received over 100 messages while being a member of Forbidden Crush. One of the big questions we had is why would so many different women want to contact us when we don't even have any pictures on our profile page? It's beyond ridiculous and a slap in the face to think that we would fall for such a ridiculous con. No women in their right mind would a contact a guy who didn't have any photos on his profile page, never mind having 100 women emailing us. It's all a scam that's being used to trick us into believing that these women are interested in us. If we reply to the email messages we will have to purchase credits to do so resulting in the website making big money from all the people they're scamming.


(This is a screenshot of our empty profile page.)

The Terms And Conditions Explains Expose The Whole Fraud!

The terms and conditions even has more evidence showing the website is all a scam. In Section 5 to they tell us that the site is for entertainment only. They tell us it's not the purpose of the website to establish dates or meetings in person. That's unbelievable, isn't the whole purpose of a dating site to have real meetings and connect with people and date people? They go on to state that the website reserves the right to send calls also known as emails through self-created profiles. Then they tell us these are these are fictitious profiles with which no physical meeting is possible. If you want to be the most important person to page you can read it below or click on this link to be taken directly to the terms page.

  • 5.2. forbiddencrush.com has entertainment as its goal, it is explicitly not the purpose of forbiddencrush.com to establish dates or meetings in person.

    5.3. Doca Web Services B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send calls on forbiddencrush.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.

    5.4. Doca Web Services B.V. is not responsible for Profiles that violate the law.

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Final Decision:

ForbiddenCrush a scam through and through. Although it looks like a real place to meet real people it's missing one important detail and that is real women.

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 Comments 2 comments

  • […] it is connected to a long list of sites that we've already reviewed including DateCasualUK.com, ForbiddenCrush.com, UKSexFling.com, MysteryFlirt.com, and ShagPlace.com (to name a […]

  • Alex says:

    Good on you guys for exposing  yet another scam business.

    It is immoral but a clever business strategy to prey on the expectations of men in need.

    My friend had sent me the link to there website convinced it was the real deal,

    I knew something wasnt quite right when I signed in and had replies about how good looking I was,

    ,of course I was flattered but I hadnt submitted a picture profile.

    Keep up the good work 

    Regards Alex 


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