This EroticAffairs.com Review Exposes How This Site Rips People Off

 Aug, 14 - 2014   6 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

EroticAffairs.com home page

Cost: 

Gold

  • $34.95 for a 1 month membership.
  • $69.95 for a 3 month membership.
  • $149.95 for an 12 month membership.

Silver

  • $1.95 for a 3 day membership.
  • $29.95 for a 1 month membership.
  • $59.95 for a 3 month membership.

Features:

  • My Home Page: Get quick access to your profile, account activity, local matches and friends list.
  • My Mail Box: Send and receive emails through this section.
  • Account Options: Edit your profile, add and remove photos and videos. You can also change your email through this area.
  • Search And Matching: Search for men and women according to gender, sexual preference, age, location, height, ethnicity and even hair color and eye color.
  • Message Boards: Use the online forums to ask questions about relationships and dating, "kinky stuff", and classified ads.
  • Chat Rooms: Self explanatory.

Overview

With a web domain only costing roughly $8 per year to register it's very easy for dating sites to create multiple versions of one site and play them off as separate sites that are not connected together even though they are. This is exactly what EroticAffairs.com is doing. When we signed up to the site we had to verify the email address we used to create our profile. When we clicked on the link in the email it took us to a separate site all together. The site it took us to is called EroticAds.com.

Dating Is A Billion Dollar Business That Is Full Of Crooks

As soon as we logged into the members area we noticed a large amount of nude women exposing their breasts. Obviously this is a great thing if you're looking to hook up with hot horny local women. The problem we have found with many dating sites is that about 90 percent of the women on these type of sites are completely fake and are usually not members of the dating site what so ever.

The Terms & Conditions Reveal How They Scam People

After a quick assumption that the women on the site are basically all fake we then jumped to the terms and conditions page to verify what we thought. Not surprising to us we found exactly the evidence we needed to expose this site for being a complete fraud.

In the terms and conditions under section 14 they discuss the use of  "Online Emissaries". According to the site an "Online Emissary" could be a "real person, a digital actor or a computer generated person". Basically what they are stating is that they use fake people combined with fake dating profiles aka "digital actors or computer generated people". They also admit to employing people to interact with you."

Another thing that is discussed is that "Online Emissaries" are employed to "enhance online relationships". Now from our perspective an online relationship is a relationship where you will never meet the person in real life. You can never go on a date with them and you can never hook up with them. So the bottom line is that this dating service actually employs people to pretend that they like you, chat with you and send you emails but it will go no further than that for the simple fact that you can never meet these people since they are employees of the site and not really looking to meet people.

Below are the actual terms taken from the site:
  14.1 An Online Emissary™ may be a real person, such as another eroticads.com Member, a digital actor, an avatar or a synthespian (e.g. a computer generated "person" or "character"). Online Emissaries may be employed by eroticads.com or a third party to enhance Your online experience. For example, an Online Emissary™ may provide an electronic introduction to new or existing eroticads.com features or functionality.
   
  14.2 Online Emissaries may also provide to You, or enable You to receive, digital introductions to all Members. Online Emissaries may also be employed to enhance online relationships, encourage active participation in eroticads.com or discourage inappropriate behavior
   
  14.3 An Online Emissary™ may be a current or past eroticads.com Member, an independent contractor, a digital creation, You or a digital representation of You.

Upgrade To Read Emails From Online Emissaries Fake Girls

It doesn't matter what you look like or how old you are or even if you don't have any pictures in your dating profile you will still get emails from women. It's not because this site has more horny women than other dating sites, it's because this site has more fake girls than other dating sites. How it works it's fairly simple to understand. You sign up on the site as a free member, and give the site your email address when you registered. From that moment on you will automatically get emails from the fake women (Online Emissaries) discussed above. The emails are designed to look real but they are always fake. The catch is that you always need to upgrade (buy a paid monthly membership) to read the emails. Once you upgrade and you try to contact those same women who previously contacted you they all magically have disappeared. The emails from the "Online Emissaries" will stop. The scam is created to get you to upgrade (see evidence below) so the site can get you on a recurring monthly membership, and that is what it's all about.

upgrade

Has Viewed Your Profile

Another con EroticAffairs.com uses is the classic "has viewed your profile" scam. In this case it appears as if a variety of girls have viewed your profile. Of course you will want to see who these women are, and check out their profiles and eventually you will want to contact them back. The con here is that if you try to view their profile you are asked to upgrade by paying for a monthly subscription to the web site (see evidence below).

viewed-your-profile-scam

upgrade to view profile

Fake Friends Request

Another classic scam that this site pulls is the fake "friends request" request (see evidence below). Automated computed bots send out fake "friends request" to male members who have a free account on the site. Once the unsuspecting man gets the friend request and tries to approve the "friends request" he is redirected to the payment page. These phony  "friends request" are used as another tool to get free members to upgrade.

fake friends request

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 800 Petrolia Road, Unit 8, Toronto, ON, M3J-3K4, CA
  • IP Address Of Server: 204.101.51.32
  • Name Servers: ns1.sexsearch.com, ns2.sexsearch.com

Contact Information :

Final Decision:

This web site is clearly involved in fraud. They lie, con and trick you into believing you are communicating with real women when the real truth is that they are all completely fake.

File A Report

  • Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.

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 Comments 6 comments

  • Scott says:

    Your review is wrong.  Yes they mention the possibility of bots,  but this site is loaded with real women,  who will meet you for real sex.  My cock has not been this happy since I was in my 20's.  I am 43 and this was $35 well spent,  and I will be renewing.  You did not try it, that much is crystal clear..

  • Dion says:

    Scott you full of $hit I read this review and saw your response along with others and thought this site was legit so I joined 3 months ago and nothing but alot of talking going on, women email or respond with alot of 1 line sentences someone’s the sentences are off the subject of what I asked. What a joke in my experience and based off my results its a waste of money buyer beware. If you join you will see but I strongly advise you not too hit the free ones like POF.

  • William says:

    this site won’t let me cancel my subscription whys that?

    • Dgj says:

      Cancel it thru your card company if you can't thru the site. Go to your settings page and look for contact info for the host site. They are the ones you need to Cancel thru. But your best bet is Go str8 to your cc company and stop/ refuse payment of any further, future, reoccurring, renewable charges they try to stack up against/on your cc. Also report for fraudulent activity if they continue to charge you after you've cancelled service. You should also keep all communications in a file. Such as any emails sent requesting your cancellation that way you have a dated record of your request for Cancellation. 

  • Alex says:

    This site also uses bots to lure men from other legit sites to entice you to join by offering nudes I had a hunch it was to good to be true(ask if person was real and just sent a nude picture amd said join my site and I'll send you more nudes) so I Google the site they want you to join and found this page


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