We Shine The Light On AskMe4Date.com Deceptive Tactics In This Review

 Jun, 25 - 2018   no comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Cost:

  • $4.23 for a 3 day trial that renews at $36.41 a month.
  • $19.50 to purchase a monthly membership to the site.
  • $32.40 to purchase a monthly membership to the site.
  • $52.20 to purchase a monthly membership to the site.

Features:

  • Search: You can search for members based on their gender, their age, and their location. You can also use the advanced parameters to search for people according to their orientation, ethnicity, body type, hair color and many other search parameters.
  • Like Gallery: The Like Gallery lets you choose which members you like by clicking the heart or clicking the X according to if you're interested in that person.
  • Messages: The messages section shows you emails from other members of the site
  • Notifications:The notifications section shows you when members are online and other notifications.

Overview

AskMe4Date.com is owned and operated by a corporation that operates over 100 different dating sites. This corporation is called Together Networks Holdings. They are responsible for countless fictitious dating sites. This long list of websites includes BlackWink.com, DoUWant.me, FlirtyDesires.com, SpicyDesires.com, NaughtyDate.com, IWantBlacks.com, Together2Night.com, SnapRendezvous.com and WildBuddies.com,. These are just a few of the phony dating site operated by Together Network Holdings that we have personally investigated and have written reviews on. Today were focusing on their newer dating site called AskMe4Date.com.

Together Networks Holdings The Company That Runs AskMe4Date

Together Networks Holdings is operating like the internet is the Wild West and they can do whatever the hell they want with no impunity and no problems from law enforcement. And for the moment they are correct, they continue pumping out new dating sites on a monthly basis as they have been for many many years now with no problems from the Federal Trade Commission, the FBI, or from from any type of law enforcement agency whatsoever. They target consumers who use online dating services to meet people. But, the only problem with any websites from Together Networks Holdings is that they utilize all types of different tactics to deceive you and dupe you so you will purchase monthly subscriptions. This information is all relevant in regards to AskMe4Date.

AskMe4Date.com was created as a parasite, preying on lonely men looking to meet women online. Their only goal is to line their pockets by using lies and deceptions that are found throughout their website. In this investigation we will break down piece by piece every single lie and give you the truth behind that lie.

52 Fake Notifications From Bots NOT Authentic Female Members

As with all dating sites that we investigate we always read the terms and conditions from start to end. Shockingly the terms and conditions is where dating sites reveal how they operate their online dating services. This includes fake dating services which always outline and describe how they defraud and rip people off. This is where they confess to the creation of fictitious profiles, the use of automated bots to send you email messages and much more. Not only does AskMe4Date.com do this but we've reviewed over 500 different dating sites and guess what they all operate in the same manner describing in crystal clear detail how they fool and rip off their own members.

Automated Notifications Used To Entice You To Buy An Upgraded Membership

In section #1 of  the terms and conditions page of AskMe4Date.com they openly admit that they use an automated notification system that sends you what they call "activity alerts". These activity alerts are found on the top right-hand side of their website when you using your laptop or PC computer. Something to remember is all of these various notifications are 100% automated meaning there aren't humans involved in the process. So for instance if someone uploads a photo, or someone logs onto their website you will receive a notification found on the top right-hand corner. This in itself is not a deception it is used simply as a marketing gimmick to get you to use this site more extensively. When you see you have notifications even though their automated you will look at them and you'll possibly upgrade. That's the goal of Together Networks Holdings. Their number one goal is always to get you to purchase a membership so they can make money off of you.

Emails Are All Automated There Are No Women Sending You Emails

The automated pop-up notification system also includes sending emails to your inbox. What you need to understand is that any emails you're getting on AskMe4Date.com are fully automated meaning there are no real women sending you email messages. These are coming from a high tech computer software system called a bot. A bot is used by this website  and is built exclusively to mimic real web users, and to dupe you into believing you're interacting with real members of the website. But, you cannot read or reply to any email messages unless you have purchased an upgraded membership. So, please don't get tricked into believing that local women are emailing you directly. All of this is fully automated using software programming. And, the terms and conditions page specifically states that they "may from time to time use automatically generated emails which may require you to buy an upgraded membership in order to read emails or reply to those emails".

Instant Messages Are 100% Automated To Mislead You So You Upgrade

Also according to their terms and conditions page instant messages are following the exact same guidelines as the emails. Meaning, you cannot read or reply to instant messages until you upgrade. Unfortunately the instant messages you're receiving are being sent to you from an automated software bot program not from real women looking to have casual sex encounters with you.

Bogus Profiles At Every Turn?

When it comes to the dating profiles we've found numerous instances where female profiles on Ask Me 4 Date are using pictures that have been copied or stolen from other websites. We do not have substantial proof that the dating site itself is responsible for creating these fake profiles, it could very well be romance scammers who are joining the site and creating fake profiles to scam men out of their money by telling them that they love them and then asking for money. This is a real possibility.

But another real possibility is that the dating site itself is responsible for building fake profiles using images of attractive looking women and then creating a fake profile page using the stolen pictures. Once again we have no concrete proof that the dating site is actually doing this but who would benefit the most from the fake profiles? Regardless of who is responsible for creating those fictitious profile pages what you need to look at is the fact that there are phony profiles on this website. It took us under 10 minutes to find the 4 bogus profile pages that you see below. Rest assured there are many more pretend profiles on this website. We're just giving you a small sample of what's truly going on (that you're most likely not aware of).

Do you want to purchase a membership on a website that has fictitious profile pages all over the place? It's up to you! We've included more than enough evidence showing you that the amount of fictitious profiles is very high.  We've even included links (see evidence below) showing you the exact same photo being used on the fake profile Pages found on AskMe4Date.com.


(Screenshot showing a fake profile and Below we've included the links where you can find the original photo.)

  • https://thumbs3.imgbox.com/5c/f8/mFdkBN5L_t.jpg
  • http://img161.imagetwist.com/th/19666/q9jaxwqsztv3.jpg
  • http://i89.fastpic.ru/thumb/2017/1012/a7/7ea39d99469f068a98375ee25e090ea7.jpeg


(This is a screenshot of a fake profile page using stolen photographs of a professional model called Miriam Lemmy.)


(Fake profile using a photograph taken from other website.)


(Fake profile using a photograph taken from other website.)

The Terms And Conditions Explains Exactly How They Lie & Scam All Of Us

Our investigation was mostly focused around the terms and conditions page and for good reason this is where almost all of the incriminating evidence is found. Below we've included the most important parts of the terms and conditions page where the website discusses the use of an automated pop-up notification system that requires you to have a paid monthly membership in order to read emails and instant messages or activity alerts on their website. You can click on this link to read this on their terms page or find the information below.

  • To boost interaction between our members and in order to notify them of newly registered matches and any activity of that new user (i.e. registration, photo upload etc.), we may, from time to time, use an automatic pop up notification system and other communication channels e.g. inbox or instant messages to send Activity Alerts to you.

  • Some auto generated Activity Alerts may require an upgraded Paid Membership in order to see the content of message and reply to it.

  • You authorise us to reproduce and broadcast the information contained in your profile including your name, photograph, "chat up line", description etc. throughout all or part of our Partner Sites and our Group Companies for the purposes of delivering the Services to you and for marketing and other purposes as explained in more detail below under section 6(B) Our rights to use your content for our own purposes.

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Final Decision:

Askme4date.com as well as the Askme4date dating app are both just another cookie cutter website from Together Networks Holdings. The intent of this website is only one, and that is to mislead you and get you to buy a membership using all sorts of dirty tricks and tactics. At least now you know the truth of what's really happening!

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