A Proven Scam: The Bang Tonight Hookup App Is A Deception

 Sep, 01 - 2017   2 comments   AppsReviewsScams

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Just like the review we did on the SnpCupid dating app  this investigation is going to focus on why Bang Tonight isn't a real hook-up app. We're going to give you all the information you need that' will show you and prove without any shadow of a doubt why this is not a real hook-up app and you should avoid it at all costs. The same people that are creating these fake dating apps are responsible for hundreds of other dating sites many of which we reviewed that are nothing but outright frauds. Please read the full investigation into the Bang Tonight hookup app below.

How The Scam Works

If you do a search on the Google Play Store you'll find many hookup apps but which ones exactly are scams and which ones are legitimate? Through our new focus we will be digging into phony dating apps and posting them on our website. The people behind many of these fake dating apps are the same ones that we've exposed for fraudulent dating sites. They've just taken a new twist and are now using app developers to create bogus apps that then redirect you to their already fake dating services. In this particular case an app called Bang Tonight. Is used to redirect you to a fake dating service call CasualDates.com that's been in existence for numerous years defrauding millions of dollars from consumers.

We don't know the process of getting an app approved for Google Play but the people behind Bang Tonight are somehow tricking Google Play into believing this is a real hook-up app.

The Relationship Between Bang Tonight & CasualDates.com

When you first download the app on your mobile device and install it you need to click on an enter button, from there you are redirected to CasualDates.com which is the scam. In reality you don't even need a dating app to use their website because the site is already stand alone. But since these scammers want to attract people from the Google Play Store all they do is create a phony hookup app which is then used to redirect you to CasualDates. Bang Tonight isn't a dating app it's simply a trick devised by the owners of CasualDates.com to lure you into their trap.

The "Free Lifetime / Age Verification" Scam Explained

Once we found our self on CasualDates.com the first page we saw was a "free lifetime membership" page where they are asking for our credit card information. On that page they tell us a "valid credit card is required for age verification to activate your free account". They tell us it's 100% free etc. Unfortunately all of this is a lie. Common sense should tell you that any time someone's asking for your credit card you should be very cautious. Casual Dates wants your credit card information because they plan on charging your credit card and not to one website, not to two web sites but to three different websites. You can take a look at the the evidence we've provided below and you can see circled in red that you will receive three different charges as a result of "verifying your age".

As soon as you give them your credit card information to supposedly verify your age they automatically enroll you into the three different monthly website subscriptions. This is without your consent or your knowledge. If the website was truly free they would never ask for your credit card information!

(Screen shot showing of the "free lifetime membership" con that bills your credit card.)

(Screen shot of the credit card charges from the age verification con job.)

Overflowing With Virtual Profiles Everywhere

If you figure out how to get into the members area of CasualDates.com without giving them your credit card information you're still not out of the woods. The site is overflowing with virtual profiles that have been created on purpose by the websites own staff. Pretty much every single female profile you will encounter on Casual Dates isn't genuine. If you take a look at the screenshot below you will see circled in red the letters "LS" this is an abbreviation for the words "Love Stars", the term used by the website to identify their fake profiles. If you see this small little logo on the profile you are viewing you will know it's bogus.  The reason we know the website is using fake profiles is because they've confessed and written about it on their own terms and conditions page (section #10).

(Screen shot of a fictitious "Love Star" profile.)

Don't Reply To Instant Messages, They're All Fake

Another scam is the sham instant messages. The messages look like they're coming from real female members (but they are "Love Stars") of Casual Dates but it's all rigged. None of the instant messages are legitimate. The chat messages are sent using high-tech computer software programs that make you believe that you're getting messages from horny local women. This scam is also verified and has been admitted to in the terms and conditions page. If you start getting instant messages from women on this site think twice before replying or upgrading to communicate with these women because all of it is a fraud.

(Screen shot of a fake chat message we received.)

Fake Positive Reviews On The Google Play Store

You can take a look at the screenshot below circled in red the Bang Tonight app has a rating of 3.3 out of 5 Stars. How is this even possible when this dating app is an outright scam? The way it's possible is because the people behind the Bang Tonight app are either buying fake positive reviews or telling people to write phony positive reviews on the Google Play Store. What this does is it makes it seem like Bang Tonight is a good app to download. By purchasing fake reviews they also obscure the negative reviews by pushing them down and unless you dig really deep you will never find those real negative reviews about Bang Tonight. If the reviews weren't skewed the rating would probably be 1 out of 5 stars which would reflect the true opinion of the people downloading this fictitious dating app.

(Screenshot of the 3.5 out of 5 stars.)

How To Report This Scam To Google Play:

The people behind the Bang Tonight dating app think they're really clever by posting fake positive reviews. They think they're smart by creating a phony dating app to redirect their victims to a scam. But in reality it's because no one has shined the light on their fraud and that's what we're here to do.

If you want to help us fight back do your duty and report this fake dating app to the Google Play Store. Below we show you how to report this scam and help us get it shut down so no one else has to get ripped off by these shysters.

  1. Open the Google Play Store app .
  2. Go to the detail page for an app or game.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
  4. Tap Flag as inappropriate.
  5. Choose a reason why it's inappropriate such as it's a scam, fake dating app etc..
  6. Then tap Submit

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Final Decision:

We've done our job and have exposed this app for what it is a scam. Help us get the word out, spread this review on social media, on Twitter, Facebook etc. This app cannot stay in business very long once we start putting the heat to them, help us do it!

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File A Report

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 Comments 2 comments

  • Abdelghani says:

    I'm not perfect

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