All The Evidence Points To Being A Scam

 Aug, 26 - 2019   8 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • 10 credits is $14.99 with a cost of $1.49 per message.
  • 25 credits is $34.99 with a cost of $1.39 per message.
  • 50 credits is $64.99 with a cost of $1.29 per message.
  • 100 credits is $119.99 with a cost of $1.19 per message.
  • 200 credits is $199.99 with a cost of $1.99 per message.


Today we're looking at through a microscope. In this investigation we're going to give you a lot of different evidence that will show you piece by piece exactly why this website probably should not be trusted. We registered on the site and have documented everything that you need so you can make the right decision. If you want to know if this site is real or fake this review going to give you more than enough evidence so you can make the right choice.

Connections To A List Of Phony Hookup Sites

MyPrivateFling is connected to numerous other sites such as,,, and The reason we're pointing this out is because all of these different websites are essentially the same website, the only thing that's different is the domain name and a few graphics. All of these websites are owned by the same corporation called Meteor Interactive which is located in the Netherlands

The Site Acknowledges That They Create Fake Profiles

We've investigated and dealt with other websites owned by the same people that are operating this website, so we know exactly what we're looking for. It's easy for us to spot the scams and document them in this investigation. The first piece of evidence we like to bring forward is a screenshot showing that the site is responsible for creating fictional profiles. If you take a look at the screenshot below circled in read it says "profiles are partly fictional, physical arrangements with these profiles are not possible."

This means that the website is creating fake profiles and they're telling us "physically meeting with these fake profiles isn't possible" since of course they're not real members.

 ***FYI: Every single page has this information located at the bottom of it, "profiles are partly fictional, physical arrangements with these profiles are not possible."

(A screenshot proving the website is creating fake fictitious profiles.)

Why Is The Website Creating Fake Profiles?

 There are many different reasons why MyPrivateFling is fabricating pretend profiles on their own platform. The first reason is because there aren't enough real females joining their website. It's 2019 and the first adult hook-up site was created 20 years ago in 1999. That first real adult dating site has made billions of dollars in revenue. All the newcomers to the game creating dating sites nowadays are 99% fake. Why? It's because they're late to the game. The legitimate dating sites have all the real women joining them. These are websites that have been proven to be authentic because back in the beginning of the internet there was absolutely no reason for a dating site to create fake profiles. The older legitimate hookup sites have a stranglehold on their competition, they already have millions and millions of real users (men and women). So, If you wanted to create a dating site today it's much more difficult. You need to pay big money for all the advertising to get millions of millions of women to join your website. So all these newer dating sites are taking it upon themselves to fabricate fake profiles. This makes it seem like their site has thousands of horny women when in fact all those profiles are fictional and all these personals have been fabricated by the website to pull the wool over your eyes.

The Site Confesses To Creating Bogus Profiles

Since the website openly admits that they are responsible for fabricating the dating profiles we wanted to give you all the proof and examples of fake profiles that they have made. Below we've included screenshots of just a few (of the possibly thousands) of fake profiles on this website. Below each fake profile we've included links to where the profile photograph was stolen from. Obviously they're using pictures of real women it's just that these women haven't joined MyPrivateFling. All that's occurring is that this website is stealing images of attractive looking females and then building fake personal ads with the stolen photos.

How It All Works:

  • They used some sort of software program to grab images from adult image sites and social media sites.
  • From there they built bogus dating personals.
  • Then they upload them to their website making it appear like the site has thousands of real horny women when in reality all the profiles are not real at all.

(Screenshot of a fictitious profile page)


(Screenshot of a fictitious profile page)


(Screenshot of a fictitious profile page)


(Screenshot of a fictitious profile page)


(Screenshot of a fictitious profile page)


Fake Emails Used To Trick Their Members Into Purchasing Credits

 Below we've included a screenshot showing a very small sample of the over 100 different emails that we got from all different women. We're going to get right to the point. These emails are not legitimate. These emails have been fabricated using some kind of artificial intelligence that automatically sends email messages out to people. It's all a scam used to mislead and entice you into purchasing credits so you can reply back to the emails.

(this is a screenshot showing the 772 phony emails sent to us!)

Proof Of Our Empty Profile Page

Below we've included a screenshot of the profile page that were using for the specific investigation. The reason we're including this is to show you even more so that this website should not be trusted. Circle in red you will see a grey icon. This signifies that we haven't uploaded a photograph to our dating profile. Why then would we receive over 100 messages? It's not very logical that so many different women would go out of their way to contact a man who doesn't even have a picture of himself on his dating profile.

The reason so many different women are contacting me is because their profiles are not real. An automated chat bot is the one sending us fake emails to trick us into purchasing credits like we've already explained.

(Screenshot of the profile we used for this investigation.)

The Terms And Conditions Has More Proof Of The Fraud

In the terms and conditions page in the very first paragraph they state that their website is a "fantasy entertainment service". This means it is not a real dating site. When something's a fantasy it means it's not real. Then they go on to state that the profiles are fictional and your interactions will be with operators akak employees (not real female members ). This means that they actually have employees who operate behind the scenes. They operate the fake profiles. If you receive a message from an attractive looking blonde that you think lives a mile away from you think again. That dating profile and thousands of other profiles are operated by employees pretending to be the women in the profiles. It's all one big scam! Click this link to visit the terms page.

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Final Decision: is a rigged dating platform. This website has not been created with good honest intentions. From day one the website has been created for one reason and that is to mislead you, deceive you and lure you into purchasing credits. There are no real women on the website as we pointed out numerous times.

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 Comments 8 comments

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  • william mauck says:

    yes i have been riped off by for more thenj 200 dollars take the site down its a dam sham to let it on the internet

  • Steve says:

    I am ashamed to admit I I bought over $ 400 of credits with the understasnding that the women were real…my bad at not reading the fine print…should I be worried about my bank account now ??? they shpuld be shut down asap

  • Dave says:

    I think there should be a classaction law suit to reimburse all that money that they riped off.

  • Rob says:

    Like the previous Comments I GOT SCAMMED as well. I sent them $35.00 for 25 messages the website said it accepted my payment but then when I went to check to see if my Credits were applied it STILL SAID ZERO.



  • Ted says:

    Unfortunately, I fell into the same trap as the rest of these gentlemen. I conversed with, what I thought was a real woman, and I could never get her to tell me her name. Answers to questions were nebulous and vague. That's when my suspicions went through the roof. Luckily I didn't get hit for over about 75 bucks.. Where is the FBI and commerce dept. This is plain and simple fraud, which both should investigate.

  • James Gregory Lirette says:

    I was charged 5 times for a total of 160 dollars,  and then they posted my card was not excepted but I still showed were the money went and never received any credit for charges ya'll should be sued and shut down your site's 

  • Ronnie Thomas says:

    The site should be banned

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