How Uses “Online Cuties” To Rip You Off

 Mar, 10 - 2015   2 comments   ReviewsScams

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We have already done a detailed review of This is more of a follow up to discuss in detail the use of something that the website calls "Online Cuties". If you look at the evidence below you need to agree to "Online Cuties" before you can create an account on the site. The evidence below was found directly on the home page of the site when you register. Unfortunately most men aren't thinking with their big head and don't even read the fine print. Instead they just go straight ahead and create an account on the site. But if you did read what "Online Cuties" you would jump ship very fast.

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What Exactly Are "Online Cuties"

"Online Cuties" encompass everything from the fake fantasy profiles that the website creates to the automated emails as well  the hired contractors who are paid to interact with you

The fake profiles ("Online Cuties") that the website makes have everything that a regular dating profile would have including photographs, location, age, income and so on. But the only difference with an "Online Cutie" profile is that these profiles are fictitious and have been fabricated by the dating sites. The only way to know if it's a fake dating profile is with a yellow star with the letters OC ("Online Cuties") on the dating profile which signifies that that particular profile is in fact a fake dating profile.The logo you need to be aware of is the yellow star shown here online_cutie-logo.

Below are three examples that we have viewed on this site. Every single profile that we viewed had the "Online Cutie" logo on it. As stated above when you see that yellow star it signifies that the particular profile you are looking at is a fake dating profile that falls under the "Online Cutie" system of  fictitious profiles that the site admits to directly in their terms and conditions (section 4).

If you are already a member double check to see if the profiles you are interested in have the yellow star, you'll know for sure that those are fake dating profiles and not real women.

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Computer Generated Messages

Also part of the "Online Cutie" program is automated email and chat messages that are sent in conjunction with the fictitious dating profiles that we mentioned above. All of the automated emails are sent automatically meaning no real women are sending you email messages. It is all a trick to get you to try to reply to the emails at which time you are asked to upgrade to a paid monthly subscription in order to communicate with other members. Obviously there is no reason to upgrade since the messages you are receiving are sent from robots and not real women.

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 550 W. Baseline Rd Ste 102-302 Mesa AZ
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Final Decision:

Our decision still stands in regards to not recommending this dating service. They use every trick they can use to deceive male members into upgrading to a paid subscription.

File A Report

  • Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off by this dating site.

 Comments 2 comments

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  • John Wherry says:

    The real cost is in buying tokens to use for text messages. The female creatures are only interested in sex chat and never want to meet. It is always, "soon", "someday", " I have to clear up my schedule" , "not just yet", "I need to know more about you" , " Iam not ready yet", etc . But they do want to have more sex chat, just a hoax to get your to buy more tokens to use for more text messages. I wonder if women are scammed as much as men are?

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