GetAnyGirls.com has been registered since 2012 and is being used to get people to join a variety of different dating sites that they are responsible for promoting. They are the front end marketing system for a variety of different dating scams. We will explain how everything works in this investigation, please read it below.
The Marketing Gimmick Called GetAnyGirls.com
When we first visited GetAnyGirls.com we were met with a questionnaire that we had to answer. We have seen enough of these type of sites to know that it's all completely fake. You can answer the questions any way you want it doesn't really matter. It's just a marketing gimmick and nothing more. They don't really care how you answer the questions, they just want you to believe that this is all real (even though it isn't). At the end of the questionnaire you will get congratulated because you have gained access to their special dating site. It's all a farce and a trick. It's a psychological operation that makes people think that since they gained access to the dating service they should take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity. Once again all a big lie and nothing more!
A Close Look At Their Lies
Below we took a screenshot of the front page on GetAnyGirls.com. They state that "this not a dating site you message people and you fuck", that's it (all lies). They also stated that there are "46 female members within 10 miles of your location" (more lies). How do they know where we are located we never gave them our location? Then it shows that we only have "4 minutes and 40 seconds open to register on this on the site", (yet another lie). It's just use a fake countdown computer script to make it appear like your time is limited so you better join quickly or you will lose your spot. It's all a trick to get you to join the dating site. Then they state is "9371 females near me". Once again it's all a lie. All of this is little tricks and marketing gimmicks to get you excited about registering on whatever dating site they're promoting, it's a con because the dating sites they promote are not free. They have to make it sound like it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and you can never give up this opportunity or you will lose it forever, not true!. They want you to get excited about joining the site they're promoting because they make a commission. They are tricking you because they make money off of your gullibility. The sites that they're promoting are 100% bogus, XMeets.com and Milfaholic.com. These are two sites we reviewed and have concluded to be fraudulent. Both of these sites use fictitious profiles and computer-generated emails and they also pay third party contractors to be interested in you. They con thousands of men into paying for useless monthly memberships to their phony dating services.
(Screen shot of the fake)
If you want to know in detail why XMeets.com is not a legitimate dating service you can read our full review by clicking on this link. In the review we explained and provide ample proof as to why it's a totally fraudulent dating site. The bottom line here is that there aren't many real female members on XMeets.com looking to hook up with you in person. It's all a fantasy world where it looks like a great place to get laid but the reality is that it's all a scam.
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- Address Of Host: 14455 N Hayden Road, Suite 226, Scottsdale, AZ, 85260, USA
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If you're looking to get laid then you might want to look other places because GetAnyGirls.com won't work well for you. Actually it won't work at all because of all the reasons we described in this review. Take our information and make the right choice!
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