- $1 for a 24 hour trial.
- $29.95 for a 1 month subscription to the site.
- $119.40 for a 1 year subscription to the site.
- Galleries – See images of other members of the site.
- My Friends – See who is on your friends list.
It looks like a new dating site has just popped up WellHello.com. Don't let the name trick you this is still an adult dating site created for swingers and people wanting to hook up for fun. As with all reviews we registered as members on the site and the full report is available for you to read below.
Porn Stars & Escorts As Members On The Site
Using a new technique that we have used in the last few reviews we can now identify images that are used in fake dating profiles and we can see exactly what site those images have been taken from. We use an app called tinyEye as well as Google Image Search. These 2 tools enable us to search thousands of images across the web to see if the dating profile images are fraudulent and fake. We found at least 2 fake profiles on WellHello.com one is from an escort site and the other profile images are actually from an amateur porn site (caution nude images on that page). In this particular situation we are not sure if the web site itself is fabricating the fake profiles or if someone is using images from a porn site and escort sites and is creating the fake profiles.
However in any case as they say if it sounds too good to be true it is. In this case if it looks too good to be true then it is as well. The reason a dating site would create fake profiles using images of looking porn stars and escorts is because obviously these women are very attractive. Attractive women will entice men into purchasing a membership on the site, because if a guy wants to send an email to anyone on the site they need to upgrade.
(Found on WellHello.com but is actually an amateur porn star.)
(Here are the exact same pictures from the fake profile found on an amateur adult site of a girl calling herself Bryci)
We registered on this dating service yesterday afternoon and today we had 2 email messages from women interested in contacting us. We tried to read the email messages however we needed to upgrade in order to read those messages which is a common tactic used by dating sites to get you to purchase a monthly membership to their services. This in itself is definitely not a crime however many dating sites that we have reviewed have used deceptive business tactics such as the use of automated email messages that are sent to people with free memberships. When the person tries to read those email messages they are requested to upgrade before they can read the messages. The scam here is that these email messages are completely fake and no one is actually sending you the messages. In this particular case we are not 100% sure if this site is actually involved in the use of automated boss or not.
Something to note is that our profile is empty with no photos in it all. This in itself makes us suspicious of any emails we receive from women. Also a reverse image search of one of the women who contacted us lead to find her profile photos are also on an amateur porn site. The only people to gain from the use of fake profile is usually the web site itself.
Hosting Server Info:
- Address Of Host: 31800 Northwestern Hwy, Suite 340 Farmington Hills, MI 48334 USA
- IP Address Of Server: 188.8.131.52
- Name Servers: ns-932.awsdns-52.net, ns-1711.awsdns-21.co.uk, ns-258.awsdns-32.com, ns-1123.awsdns-12.org
Contact Information :
- Phone: 1-888-414-3752
- Addresses: 6, Flat/Office, 202, Ioanni Stylianou, 2003 Agios Dometios, Nicosia, Cyprus
- Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Our personal opinion of this site is that it's not looking out for your best interest. We cannot definitely call this site a scam however we don't think this site is on the up and up. After doing a couple of image searches on photographs used in the dating profiles and found them on amateur porn sites it leads us to believe that many of the profiles on this site are in fact faked and fraudulent.
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