- 10 credits has a price tag of $23.99 enabling you to send 8 email messages (costs $2.39 ).
- 25 credits has a price tag of $54.99 enabling you to send 25 emails (costs $2.19).
- 50 credits has a price tag of $98.99 enabling you to send 50 emails (costs $1.98).
- 100 credits has a price tag of $179.99 enabling you to send 100 emails (costs $1.79).
- 300 credits has a price tag of $419.99 enabling you to send 300 emails ($1.39).
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Just like all other reviews we do we joined FitMilfs4U for you so we could document everything that we came across and have included all evidence showing any wrongdoing in our investigative report that you can read below.
Clue #1: That Shows This Site Is A Scam
Our first clue that this website was going to be fraudulent was the connection that we found to other bogus sex hookup sites that we have reviewed in the past. This long list of dating sites includes review of SimpleFlirts.com, FlirtDistrict.com, FlirtingLocal.com, MapleBang.com, GoFlirtAround.com, FlirtingMilfs.com, SecretMilfClub.com, and Connect2night.com. All of these websites and many others are owned by a corporation called Graham Web Services. This is a shady corporation that is run out of the Netherlands are responsible for tons of fake hookup sites.
Clue #2: The Site Admits To Using Fictional Profiles
Found on the bottom of every single page of Fit Milfs 4 U is the statement that you see circled in red below. It states that “profiles are partly fictional and physical arrangements with these profiles aren’t possible”. What does that tell you? It tells you that they’re using fictitious, fake dating profiles on their website and you cannot physically meet these fake profiles in person. Remember this is coming directly from the website, they’re the ones that put this information on the bottom of every single page of THEIR website. This means they know there’s fake profiles on their website. In actuality they themselves are the ones solely responsible for fabricating these phony profile pages!
For the record this isn’t the first time we’ve come across this type of fraudulent behavior. Actually every single website that we’ve exposed for fraud are doing the exact same thing, manufacturing fake profiles on their websites.
(Screenshot of the site admitting they create fictitious profiles.)
Why Do They Create Fake Dating Profiles?
You might be wondering why would they bother creating fake profiles on their own website? The answer is because there aren’t any legitimate women joining their dating service. Since they’re trying to create a profitable business they understand that if men join their website and they don’t see any women why would they bother paying for membership? They would just leave the site right away. When you join the website you think there’s lots of local girls looking for sex but in reality all of those profiles have been created by the website own staff members.
And on top of that if you try to send an email to any of these fake females (that you think are women looking for casual hookups) you can’t unless you purchase credits. This is where the money factor comes into play. They want you to buy credits so you can interact with fake women who don’t even exist! It may sound crazy but it’s totally true.
Even Their Terms Page Admit They Create Phony Profiles
Even in the terms page in section 5.3 they admit that they create faux profiles. They admit they create “self-created profiles” and that “these are fictitious profiles with which no physical arrangements are possible”. The reason we’re pointing this out is because this is even more proof showing this website is a total fraud.
We Received Over 100 Phony Emails
Below we’ve included a screenshot showing that we’ve received over 100 different email messages from over 100 different women. But of course none of this is real. All of these email messages are fake, and they’re used as a deceptive method to get us to buy credits to reply back to the pretend emails that we received. If we wanted to reply back to all those email messages it would cost us over $179!
Now do you understand why the website is creating fake profiles and sending people phony messages? They can make a boatload of money by ripping people off.
Something else we need to point out is that these email messages are not written by real women, they’re not even written by people who work for the company. These emails are computer-generated and sent through a software program to anyone who joins their website. So if you get suckered into purchasing credits all you’re doing is replying to a computer bot NOTreal women.
You can take a look at the screenshot below showing that we received over 100 different messages.
(Screenshot showing we received over 100 fake emails.)
Why Would Soo Many Women Email An Empty Profile?
Like we’ve already stated we’ve gotten over 100 different email messages and here’s more evidence showing the site is a scam. Circled in red it says “tell us something about yourself.” This means that we have not included any information about ourselves in our profile. On top of that we haven’t even included any photographs on our profile page but miraculously we got over a hundred different email messages from horny women. Can you spell out the word SCAM? Why would so many different women contact a guy who doesn’t have any pictures in his profile and didn’t fill out the personal information? The answer is that we didn’t get emails from 100 different women, we received emails from computer bots pretending to be real women, it’s a big difference.
(Screenshot of our empty profile page.)
Computer Generated Messages Used To Dupe You So You Buy Credits
Below we’ve included three different examples of fake dating profiles that are using images of attractive women that they copied or more likely stolen off other websites. They grab the pictures from other websites and then they create fake profiles on FitMilfs4U.com We’ve also included links showing where you can see where those fake profile photos have been stolen from.
(A fake profile using a stolen photograph.)
(Fictitious profile page using a photograph stolen from another website.)
(Fake profile using a picture found on other websites.)
The Terms And Conditions Tell Us The Truth
Below we’ve included the most important parts of the terms and conditions page where the corporation that runs this site (Graham Web Services) admits that they create profiles, and they also admit to sending calls through these self-created profiles. This means that they admit to sending emails through the fake profiles that they’re responsible for building. You can read the most important parts of the terms and conditions page below or click on this link and visit section 5.3 of the terms page.
- 5.3. Graham Web Services B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send calls on fitmilfs4u.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious
profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
Hosting Server Info:
- Address Of Host: 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA, 94043, US
- IP Address Of Server: 188.8.131.52
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Contact Information :
- Addresses: Graham Web Services B.V. Zutphenseweg 51 7418 AH Deventer
- Email: [email protected], [email protected]
- Web Page: Fitmilfs4u.com/helpdesk
- FYI,* charges appearing on your bankstatement will be by the name of ‘Pay.nl * Graham Web +31854000348 NLD’.
FitMilfs4U.com is obviously a scam, they admit to it on every single page of the website , and on their terms and conditions page. And of course we’ve given you all the evidence showing you it’s bogus as well. Share this information all over social media and let’s help get the word out about this phony hook-up site.
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