FuckBook.tv Has Been Exposed A Trap To Scam People

 Jul, 17 - 2017   2 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • $29.95 to purchase a one month subscription to the website.
  • $44.85 to buy a three month subscription to the website.
  • $95.40 to buy a 1 year membership to the website.
  • $199.95 to buy a VIP lifetime membership to the website.


  • Feed: The home page feed shows you the latest updates from other users on the site.
  • Notifications: See your friends requests and messages here.
  • Search: See your search results here based on your location.
  • Matches: See your matches here.


Fuckbook.tv is a website associated with 2 dating sites that we’ve already reviewed called FuckBook.xxx, FuckBookMobile.com and FuckBook.com. All of these sites are exactly the same nothing has changed except for the domain name. Purchasing a domain name costs $8 so for these type of shady corporations to create a new dating site is simple. The big question is of course is if Fuckbook.tv is real or fake? We have all the answers for you, read the review and all our evidence that we have provided in our investigation.

What Are “Company Generated Cupid Profiles” And Why You Should Care

According to their own terms and conditions page this company uses something they call “company generated cupid profiles “. These are profiles that are managed and maintained by the websites own staff. What you need to know is that a “company generated cupid profile” is not a real person. These computer-generated profile pages are 100% fictitious and created by the Fuck Book staff. Nothing about these profiles is real including the photographs or any of the information you see in these profiles.

This is the center of the fraud on this website. Without fictitious profiles Fuckbook.tv would have a very limited amount of legitimate female profiles. They use these profiles for a number of different reasons that we will explain in our investigation but the number one reason they are used is to manipulate you, and trick you so you will end up purchasing a membership to interact with these company generated profiles. It makes absolutely no sense to purchase a membership to interact with someone who isn’t real. Who in their right mind would purchase a paid membership to chat with a fake female? No one would if they knew it was fake! There is a way however to identify fictitious profiles on Fuckbook. Every phony profile is marked with this little logo . If you see that logo run for your life because you’re interacting with a profile that is not legitimate

(Screen of the terms page where they admit their fake profiles have a specific logo to identify them.)

Fake “Friends Requests” Are From “Company Generated Profiles” AKA Pretend Women

We’ve already established and proven that FuckBook.tv utilizes computer-generated profiles that are totally completely fake. They’re marked with a special logo so they’re very easy to identify. If you take a look at the screenshot below we have received two “friends requests” both from phony girls that have that specific logo  marked on each of their profiles. These aren’t real friends request from real women who actually want to meet us in person. This is all just a massive trick created to make people who are ignorant to the fact of pretend profiles believe that they can interact with these women by purchasing a monthly membership. All of this is a scam and none of it’s real. As soon as you see that little logo anywhere on the site then you know that you’re interacting with a fake person not a real human being.

(Screenshot evidence of fake “friends requests” of company generated cupid profiles.)

Software Generated Emails From Cupid Profiles (Fictitious Female Members)

Here is another screenshot of evidence of fictitious emails we are receiving from the same company generated profiles. These are of course not real women sending us legit email messages. You can see the logo which identifies these women as fake profile made by the owners of the site. It’s all one big con job and the center of it is the phony profiles. They use these profiles to do a bunch of different things including sending people fake friends request (as we’ve already discussed already).They also use them to send people computer-generated fictitious email messages (see evidence below). Understand that none of the wording in the emails is real and no one’s actually sitting there typing you a message directly to you. It’s all been created automatically by highly sophisticated computer software programming that’s used to trick you into paying for a completely useless monthly subscription to their website. As you can see every email we received was from a computer-generated profile. You can take a look at the evidence marked circled in red proving these are not real females sending us real emails. It is all 100% fake!

(Bogus email messages sent from “Company Generated Profiles”.)

Bogus Profiles Using Photos Copied/Stolen From Various Adult Image Sites

With all of our investigations we like to give as much proof as possible showing you why the site is a scam. Fuck Book has already confessed that they utilize computer-generated profiles. Now we’d like you to like to provide you with more evidence showing you where at least three profiles have come from. We have given you links showing you where these profile pages have stolen photos of attractive-looking amateur porn models and then use these fake pictures to create “company generated profile pages” to lie to you and make you believe that these are real girls who have joined Fuckbook.tv out of their own free will. None of these women has joined the site, their photographs have merely been copied/stolen from various adult image websites. You can take a look at all the evidence below with the corresponding web links to the exact same photographs.

(Screenshot of an amateur porn star who’s photo was stolen to create a fake profile.)

  • https://www.polyvore.com/cgi/img-thing?.out=jpg&size=l&tid=88807944
  • http://www.porneata.com/media/photos/7312.jpg

(Screenshot of an amateur porn star who’s photo was stolen to create a fake profile.)

  • http://www.phun.org/galleries/planet_katie/planet_katie_32.jpg
  • http://t1.imgbabes.com/i/00607/v4phwd9h0zzr_t.jpg

(Screenshot of an amateur porn star who’s photo was stolen to create a fake profile.)

  • http://www.perfectnaked.com/galleries/14264/5_tn.jpg
  • http://www.perfectnaked.com/coed-uniform-pics-of-catie-minx/
  • http://thumbs.content.filthyway.com/thumbs/p/150/4/918/917173.jpg
  • http://www.whackyourboner.com/pics/132602/naughty-catie-minx-goes-back-to-school-as-a-sorority-sweetheart-on-the.html
  • http://pornstarsadvice.com/contents/albums/main/1024×768/23000/23564/323929.jpg
  • http://cdn1b.pornstars.4tube.com/0/0/0/0/0/4/6/2/6/187×187.jpeg

The Terms And Conditions Explain It All

How about the terms and conditions? We haven’t talked about it yet but here it all the proof you need written by them owners of FuckBook.tv. We’ve included the most important parts of the terms and conditions of Fuckbook where they discuss all of the lies and deceptions that they use on you and everyone who registers on their website. In the terms and conditions page they confess that they use computer generated computer profiles. They also confessed that these profiles are not designed to mimic a real person (meaning they are fake profiles). They also state that they use several different fictitious profiles attached to a single (bogus) photograph. On top of that they confess that they use automatic electronic communications (bots) to entice you to communicate with their phony profiles. Take your time and read through the paragraphs below or click on this link to be taken directly to the terms and conditions page where you can read all of this on their website.

  • Company Generated Cupid Profiles (marked with ) are created, managed and maintained automatically for marketing…
  • The Company Generated Cupid Profiles may encourage conversation between members by making introductions or recommendations or just by chatting with Users, for entertainment purposes. From time to time, and in our sole and absolute discretion, Company Generated Cupid Profiles may be introduced with a designated symbol, which is the sign on every item of interaction of such a profile.
  • Both our live and automated company generated profiles allow us to collect messages, instant chat and/or replies from individuals or programs…
  • The purpose of our creating these profiles is to provide our Registered Users with entertainment…
  • The messages they send are computer generated or created by our employees or partners. Messages from the profiles we create attempt to simulate communications so that should you become a paid Member you are encouraged to participate in more conversation and to increase interaction among fellow paid Members.
  • The profiles we create are not intended to resemble or mimic any actual persons. We may create several different profiles that we attach to a given picture. You understand and acknowledge that we create these profiles and that these profiles are not based on or associated with any Registered User or Member of our Service or any other real person. You also acknowledge and agree that the descriptions, pictures and information included in such profiles are provided primarily for your amusement and to assist you navigate and learn about our Website. Any one of these profiles may message with multiple Registered Users at the same or substantially the same times just like our Registered Users and Members.
  • We will send automatic electronic communications to stimulate conversation between members. Additionally, we will utilize our automated system profiles to communicate with Users to enhance our Users’ entertainment experience.

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone: +41 (0) 91 60 464 86
  • Addresses: Dime & Argyle, Lottumseweg, 43, 5971, BW Grubbenvorst, Netherlands
    FB entertainment, Office U0011, 35 Victoria Road, Darlington DL1 5SF, UK
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Contact Page: Fuckbook.tv/en/about/contact

Final Decision:

What can we say that hasn’t already been said. All the facts are laid out, all the evidence is there. In all honesty this website should be shut down by some sort of law enforcement agency such as the FBI or possibly the FTC. What they are doing is we would consider a criminal act. They are not operating a legitimate dating service to bring people together. It’s merely a site that appears to be a dating site but in reality it’s not a dating site. We strongly advise against not using this website for the reasons outlined in our review.

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 Comments 2 comments

  • simon says:

    Utter scam site — got duped and scammed out of subscription fee which when you try to cancelling is ignores, and they also try to automatically enroll you in their other site

    so do not touch them — you get plenty of messages until you subscribe then zilch nada zip nothing 

    save yourself the fee and do something else with it

  • […] Something else to note is that this website is associated to another scam dating site that we exposed way back in October 2014 called FuckBook.com, and FuckBook.tv. […]

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