MomFinder.com is a site being used to promote a variety of dating sites. In this case our investigation explains how it all works, please read the full investigation below.
MomFinder.com is not an actual dating site. This site has created a fictitious questionnaire that you have to answer in order to get access to a dating site. In this particular case Mom Finder is being used to promote and market a dating site that we have reviewed in the past called MilfsAffair.com. MomFinder.com purchases banner ad space on a variety of different adult video sites and then when you click the banner ads you go to their site fill out the phony questionnaire and then you are sent over to Milfs Affair. They are paid to do the marketing for them.
We have already done a complete and full investigation of MilfsAffair.com last year. That investigation concluded that MilfsAffair.com was using a variety of tactics to trick people into purchasing a paid monthly subscription. Some of these tactics include fictitious dating profiles, automated emails and instant messages that are used to deceive men into upgrading. The fact that MomFinder.com has decided to promote and market this fraudulent dating service shows that they cannot themselves be trusted at least in this particular case.
When we state that they use fake dating profiles, what we are saying is that the dating site (Milfs Affair) actually fabricates fictitious profiles that they have termed "Online Cupids". This info is available directly in the terms and conditions page (section #9). They clearly admit to sending automated emails, hiring 3 party contracted to interact with members and much more.
Hosting Server Info:
- Address Of Host: 665 Third Street #207 San Francisco, CA 94107 USA
- IP Address Of Server: 188.8.131.52
- Name Servers: ERIN.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM, IVAN.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
MilfsAffair.com Contact Information :
- Phone: (888) 649-9178
- Address: Dositheou, 42 Strovolos, P.C. 2028, Nicosia, Cyprus
- Email: [email protected]
This site is operating with known a fraud dating service. For that reason you should not trust MomFinder.com.
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