Is A Con Job Used To Rip Off Men Looking For Women

 Dec, 15 - 2015   19 comments   ReviewsScams

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  • $3.57 for a 3 day trial that is renewed at $39.95 for a monthly paid subscription.
  • $24.49 for a 1 month paid subscription.
  • $71.975 for a 3 month paid subscription.
  • $119.92 for a 6 month paid subscription.


  • Search: Search for women based on age, country, city. Also search according marital status, eye color, hair color, income, ethnicity, religion, education, income level and much more.
  • Messages: See who emailed you and email other members from this section.
  • Chat room: Interact with other members
  • Winks And Views: See who has sent you winks and who has viewed your member profile.

Overview seems to be gaining in popularity so we think it's time we shine some light on this web site. This site is run by the same dating network behind many sites that we have investigated this past year. The list of sites include:,,,,,, and  Read the full investigation here.

15 Emails And Counting From Computer Bots NOT Real Women

It's pretty sad that we need to keep investigating and reporting on these fraudulent dating sites. seems to be no exception to the rule. As with all our investigations we created our free basic membership on their website. What happened next is what we expected. We started receiving email after email from all these women. 15 emails within a 24 hour period! That does sound fantastic doesn't it? But it's not! The reason is because all the emails are computer generated. These emails we received are not from legitimate female members of the dating site.Email messages look like they're coming from real girls but its all generated by a computer software system designed specifically to send fake emails to free members of Once you try to read emails you will be asked to upgrade and purchase a paid subscription with your credit card. That's how their con works.

Fake emails
(Emails from fake female members.)

Hundreds Of Fake Profiles All Over The Site

After doing over 200 dating investigations it really goes without saying that almost all of the dating scams that we have uncovered always have photographs taken from other sites. Since these type of dating sites use fake profiles they need to snag the photos or purchase them from somewhere. With those photographs they then create a fictitious member profile attached to that specific photo. Many of the dating scams we have exposed create hundred and sometimes thousands of fake female profiles to make it appear as if the dating site has an endless amount of local women, when it's all one big fraud. Below is just one sample of a fake profile with the profile pic being found on another "Russian Pinterest" type site.

(Fictitious profile found on


9 "Winks" And 13 "Views" From Computer Bots Not Real Women

We are receiving "winks" and "views" from numerous women. However once again it's all a con. Using computer programs they make it seem like women are sending us "winks" and viewing our profile. It's the exact same thing as the fake emails they use them to get you curious about who has viewed your profile and who has sent you a "wink". When you try to send an email message to the women who "wink" at you or view your profile you will be asked to purchase an upgraded monthly subscription to the dating site. It's all a mind game, they play head games with you making you believe that you're going to get laid because of all the activity surrounding your profile but in the end you will be left holding your own unit in your hand. It's all a matrix what you're looking at seems to be a real dating site but it's all smoke and mirrors, nothing is as it appears to be on

fake winks and views

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: Trident Chambers P.O. Box 146, Road Town, Tortola, VG
  • IP Address Of Server:
  • Name Servers:,

Contact Information:

  • Phone: 1-800-489-6091 1-212-796-5746
  • Addresses: Trident Chambers P.O. Box 146, Road Town, Tortola, VG
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Be aware:

Final Decision: uses the same deceptions of all the other sites run by the same dating network. Everything is included in the investigation above, take time to read it and understand how they try to con you. You have all the information you need to make an informed decision, so make one.

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 Comments 19 comments

  • Craig says:

    If you take note some different pics and profiles have the same bio word for word. If you know your area well look at the background behind the pics. One woman said she was from Australia and all her pics were in Paris. If in doubt talk to 4 or 5 so called women at once and see what happens. The generator can't distinguish which message comes to which girl and will allocate the wrong answer to the wrong bot. ask them something cryptic and they say something simple and sleazy to get you back on track., 

  • Harold Wehner says:

    yes I think you are right, I only subcribed to premium menber(discounted at 24.99 AUD) and discovered now that they charged again another 30.99 for membership, you can`t get via mail or phone in contact with other member its deleted from the admin to hook you,beside of that you get links to other sides and and straight away being ask to become member

    the worst part of it is that site/companie is listed on Virgin Island, no hope to get you money back!

    • Admin says:

      Yep it’s in the Virgin Islands BUT you can call your bank and tell them what happened so they can revese the charges for you.

  • John Hilton says:

    I fell for the £3 3 days trial scam and because i didn’t cancel the so called repeat subscription after that they took another £41.41 out of my bank account for a months service please could somebody help in any way.

    • Mick Baker says:

      Hi John. I had the same problem so I went staight to my bank to complain. A week later the money was back in my account. The site is just a front for cam-sex girls

  • pete says:

    this is nothing but a big scam will not cancel membership or refund any cc money thav turned over to my aturneyand told him to bring the bigest sute to them

  • Jaydon says:

    Don't trap , this is a definite trap

  • Donal says:

    When it comes to hook up Id that definitely a scam. Anyone. Looking for credit card details are going rip u off 

  • Dave says:

    Looked at it briefly,looks scammy so here's a solution: use a prepaid credit card,spend it doen to just above the trial amount.

    Try the trial,and then they can't charge you any more

  • Mick Baker says:

    The site is just a front for sex-cam sluts, you will never meet anyone. 

  • Bridgette Martin says:

    I have had several men contact me on Facebook and Match telling me that they have seen me on this site and another Naughty site.  They say it is my profile pic from my Facebook account. Guess i should be flattered they wanted my pic but It is not me!  I am in a brutal divorce and that's all i need for my husband to find this. What can i do about this?  

  • Dewey says:

    Please stop sending me emails from your site dont want them

  • Jacob says:

    Does anyone know a legit site that works?

  • g says:

    Hi Bridgett

    I would take the following steps{

    1. Since you stated you are in a brutal divorce, I would hire a private investigator with computer expertise to determine if your husand is the one responsible for geting your profile pic from Facebook on these sites. He may have been trying to portray you in a negative light. in order to reduce any alimony payments.

    2. Once your divorce is final, if there is any men that contact you and you would like to meet them, go on a date and have them write very positive reviews of you. Your ex will forever be humbled by the fact that he wasn't able to bring out the best in you, but other men were.

    3. Have a lot of fun! 

  • Liam Flynn says:

    together2night and naughtyfever are both scams put out by the same company that uses, bots, algorithms and or paid operators who straight up lie/deceive. These are fake profiles. No matter how many I have flagged, reported, or better yet engaged with directly, once it gets real or unusual (see: Austin Powers’ fembots heads exploding), these women “daters” suddenly have to go. Better (worse) still, they’re on both sites (in this case), and don’t even have the regulated (or programmed) consistency to pick up where the conversation left off. This is an awful scam perpetuated by a soulless company taking advantage of people like myself who went into it believing it was an honest operation. On top of that they threaten (in writing) that your credit will be effected if you go to your bank to have the charges reversed or ask for money back… that’s my next step as trying to deal with them directly (so far) has yielded me no results. 


    A. Does anyone have any direct experience getting their their money back?

    B. Does anyone know of any legit sites. 


    Thank you. 

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