HelloHotties.com Has No Hotties It’s All An Illusion, Our Investigation Explains Why

 Feb, 29 - 2016   20 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

HelloHotties.com home page


  • $4.47 for a 3 day trial subscription to the dating site.
  • $34.99 for a 1 month subscription to the dating site.
  • $83.97 for an 3 month subscription to the dating site.
  • $119.94 for an 6 monthsubscription to the dating site.


  • Profile: Edit your profile (upload photos and videos) etc.


What's so good about HelloHotties.com? From our research this site is operating a massive fraud camouflaged to resemble a legit dating site BUT it's not. In fact it's basically the shell of a real dating site within the workings of a scam. Read the whole enchilada below.

Getting Bombarded With Fake Emails Within 5 Seconds Of Joining The Site

How ridiculous is it to receive 10 emails in under five minutes of joining a dating site? Well that's exactly what happened to us when we joined HelloHotties.com. You can take a look the evidence we have provided below a screenshot showing we received 10 emails and still counting from a variety of different women who are supposedly interested in us. But, we know better, we know this is all a facade it's all fake and the people behind it are the owners of Hello hotties.com. They're the ones that devised the plan to send out phony email messages to their free members (including us).

Why Do They Send Fake Messages To Their Members?

 They send out fake emails to their members because they don't have nearly enough real women on their dating service. They have devised a devilish strategy using computer programs to send computer generated phony messages to the free members. That's why we received 10 emails in under 5 minutes of joining the site. It's no accident, this site was designed specifically to lure free members into joining and then the emails start filling up their inbox. If you have no clue that the emails are fake they are going to be ecstatic. Then you will start replying to emails and trying to contact people who sent you messages. Unbeknown to you is that all the email messages are computer generated. There isn't any hot blonde sending you an email message looking to hook up with you. It's all a trick and unfortunately many men fall for this massive deception. This in return helps to line the pockets of the owners of HelloHotties.com because you fell right into their scam.

HelloHotties.com Phony Emails

Our Profile Has No Photos But We're Still Getting Messages Why?

Our line of defense when we start receiving email at messages is to ask why are we getting those messages? As you can see from the evidence we have provided below our profile is completely empty. We didn't fill out any of the personal information and we did not upload any photographs to our member profile on HelloHotties.com. But still we received and continue to receive messages from women interested in corresponding with us. Why are these women contacting us? The quick answer is, they're not real they're completely fake. HelloHotties.com uses software programs created and designed to act like real people. So it looks as if real women are actually emailing us but in reality its all computer software programs called bots.

The scam here is when you try to reply to the email messages you need to upgrade to a paid monthly subscription and that's why they use automated bots.

Bot: A bot (short for "robot") is a computer program that simulates human activity such as sending emails, viewing profiles and sending winks.

Empty profile

Fake Women Browsing And Winking Used To Trick Us Into Upgrading

Hello we have included even more evidence showing that worries we will receive 20 different notifications so far of fake women browsing your profile and winking at us. Once again this is used as a marketing method to get you to try and communicate to the girl who "browsed your profile" or who "winked" at you. But it's all fake no one's browsing your profile and no one has viewed has "winked" at you. It's all a con job. Don't get sucked into purchasing a membership to communicating with a fictitious girl who doesn't even exist. The truth is of course you're interacting with a computer not are real girl looking to hook up with you. Once you get that through your head you will run from this site.

HelloHotties.com works very hard to trick you and they do quite the job. They must make thousands of dollars per day lining their pockets from the gullibility of people who are unaware that they are inside a scam.

fake winks
(Screen shit of fake winks)

Fake Women Browsing And Winking Used To Trick Us Into Upgrading

This is a final piece of evidence were going to include in our investigation. In the terms and conditions of their dating site they admit to creating profiles that they call "staff profiles". And if they say it's to use for testing their services and so forth. But we're not idiots, we can see what's going on here. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand what this site is doing. Why would we receive so many email messages when our profile is empty?. It makes absolutely no sense unless you understand that it's all fake, and only computer robots are sending us those messages. We've done reviews on legitimate dating sites and they do not operate in the same fashion as HelloHotties.com does. Take a look at the terms and conditions below that we have copied from the HelloHotties.com terms page, or you can read the terms and conditions directly on Hello Hotties.
  • We may, from time to time, create profiles which are created, maintained and managed by our employees ("Staff Profiles"). The purpose of these Staff Profiles is to enable us to ensure our Services are operating properly by testing the Services, features and functionalities, and to research our products and Services. All Staff Profiles will be identifiable as such and in the event that you opt to communicate or interact with a Staff Profile you will be made aware of the nature of this Staff Profile. In an effort to protect users from receiving deceptive links and content through messages sent from individuals our systems have flagged as scammers, we will censor any flagged messages and replace the content of these messages with links to our partner sites. Any censored messages will be marked with a special icon tooltip to explain that the SiteAdmin has flagged the message and replace the content with safer links.

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: Trident Chambers P.O. Box 146, Road Town, Tortola, VG
  • IP Address Of Server:
  • Name Servers: ns1.ropot.net, ns2.ropot.net

Contact Information :

  • Phone: 1-800-489-6091 or 1-212-796-5746
  • Addresses: P.O. Box 146, Trident Chambers, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

The choice is yours but the evidence is stacked up against HelloHotties. We are just providing you with honest information from our research what you choose to do is up to you.

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 Comments 20 comments

  • Larry Shepard says:

    Keep up the good work!

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  • Dave Anderson says:

    How do I delete my account on Hellohotties what scam as I did'nt know that this would happen to me could really use some advice, I'm getting loads of people constantly sending me a bunch of crap thank you 

  • Steve says:

    Just showed my mate this site 2nd day only paid the $4.00 one seen the text that didn't make any sense , look up reviews and found this site then looked at the credit card and seen three different chargers ,    What the !!!! …..

  • Tami says:

    Please email me. A friend of mine was on their site and noticed my screen name was used for a profile. When we took a closer look we found that the pictures attatched to the profile were private photos I took while I was 17 on my tablet that was stolen later that summer. I contacted them to have it taken down because it wasnt my account and they said they cant help me if I don't know the email and of course I dont know the email because its not me! I dont know what to do or how to fix this. I just want my photos taken down. Can you help me???

  • Ross says:

    I've been on this site about 4 months, totally fake. I set up 2 profiles , no photos, no information at all except for the Profile message which reads " looking to see how many fake profiles on this site" . I received 50 messaages on each profile in the first 24 hours, and it's been like that since i joined. First profile has over 2,791 messages , not including flirts, second profile had over 1,528 before i just started dropping them in the junk bin. And as mentioned above in the DatingBusters review, they even admit that there are fake profile in their site terms saying they creat fake staff profiles. Why cant they be shut down and prosecuted for fraud. Don't get caught out by these low life scumbags.

  • tom.price says:

    bitchin, just enjoy the ride and fun

  • peter C says:

    The language used in the replies to the "member" (i.e. us gullible fools) is an obvious giveaway. The original messages posted with the profile photos are usually in quite good language almost appropriate to the woman potrayed BUT the replies are almost always in what could only be described as "broken English" and otally different from the original messages. I think the are Asian or Eastern  European people sitting at a screen waiting for us to answer the Supposed "hottie" and we as complete mugs fall for it. If I ignore the messages for long ennough will they go away? I sincerely hope so Over 2000 unsolicited messages is enough i anyone's lifetime

  • Dan says:

    My biggest complaint is 8 out of 10 women who actually answer my chat requests aren't even in the US, but, in Ghana or Nigeria Africa. Most fall in love the first day and ask got Itune cards from $25 to $300. I found out they vetifu the card as suthentic, then sell the card back to I tuned at half the face value. This is s great scam all around. 

  • Justin Scott McAndrew says:


  • dale aram says:

    can these girls on hello hotties contact you by hangout on my mobile even if im not even on that site .am I been scamed could you tell me keeps contact me .but asked for no money or anything

  • Matt akers says:

    To get out of it simply hit unsubscribe option 

  • Jim Syvertson says:

    Totally a fucking scam.

  • Rodney says:

    Someone stole my phone and use my credit card and signed up

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