Is A Fake Hookup Site (We Have All The Proof)

 Feb, 15 - 2019   3 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • 5 credits will cost you £7,99 that will let you send 8 email messages (costs £1.00 per message).
  • 25 credits will cost you £37,99 that will let you send 25 emails (costs £0.90 per message).
  • 50 credits will cost you £67.99 that will let you send 50 emails (costs £0.80 per message).
  • 75 credits will cost you £95.99 that will let you send 100 emails (costs £0.80 per message).
  • 300 credits will cost you £119.99 that will let you send 300 emails (£0,73 per message).


If your here looking for information on whether is a scam or legitimate we’ve done all the legwork for you.  Our whole mission is to expose fake dating sites, that’s the sole reason why was created. We investigate dating sites, we disect them and then we report back to you with our findings. Today our focus is on Naughty Mature Matches and the investigative report is available in full below.

Who Runs This Site? Festivus Media BV

NaughtyMatureMatches is owned and operated by a corporation called Festivus Media BV. This is a corporation we know very well because they’re responsible for many different dating scams online, a number of which we’ve already reviewed and exposed for being fraudulent. Some these sites include,,,,,,,, and These are just a few of possibly hundreds of phony hookup sites that are owned and run by Festivus Media BV.

Fake Profiles Created By The Site’s Owners

Since we’ve already dealt with other websites owned by Festivus Media we knew exactly what to expect. The first thing we knew to expect was that this website was a sham from left to right and start to finish. They have thousands of fake female profile scattered everywhere on their website. Any female profile that you view on this site has a 99% chance of being fake. This is not just some conspiracy theory, our claims are backed up with concrete evidence. That evidence can be found directly in the terms and conditions page where they state that Festivus media BV “reserves the right to create profiles on their platform”. The platform being

And let us stress that everything in these profiles is a sham. All the information is bogus, and the photographs are totally fake . Their pictures have been stolen or copied from various websites on the internet and then they use those profiles that they have stolen to  build a fake persona on their fictitious dating site. You as a male user join this website to meet women who want to have casual sex. You use the search functions to search for local females and a page pops up with a bunch of different female profiles. What we’re here to  reiterate to you is that these profiles that you’re viewing on the search pages and anywhere on the site are fake and have been deliberately created by the website to deceive you. They use these fictitious profiles to dupe and trick you into purchasing credits so you can communicate with them.

 If you never found this review and you joined the site chances are you would think that the women on the site were real!  A percentage of men that join the site do buy credits to chat with the women because they think they’re going to get laid. What happens of course is nothing! These women aren’t real so you can’t ever meet them in person. All that happens is you lose money every time you email these fake female profiles!  😡

Computer Generated Messages Used To Dupe You So You Buy Credits

Another major problem is the fact that Festivus media BV is using high-tech software bots to send people fake messages. All of this is outlined in the terms and conditions page where they state that they “reserve the right to send messages through the profiles that they create”. Not only do they fabricate fake female profiles but they take it a step further and then start sending you fictitious emails through these bogus profiles to make it appear as if these women are actually emailing you. It looks like you’re actually having a conversation with a real girl but in reality all you’re doing is sending e-mails back and forth with a computer bot. It may sound crazy but this is 100% factual. We’ve come across the same exact situation hundreds and hundreds of times on many of the fake dating services that we have investigated over the past four years.

Below we’ve included a screenshot showing just one email that we received that was fake. Circle in red you will notice the fake female profile that supposedly sent us this message. For the record this is not a real female of the website. This is a fake profile used to send people bogus email messages like we’ve already mentioned.
(This is a screenshot of a fake email that was sent to us.)

The Terms And Conditions Tell Us The Truth

And of course the terms and conditions page like we’ve already mentioned a couple times admits that not only do they create profiles on their website but they send messages to users through those made-up profile pages. They even tell us that you can’t have a real life meeting with the profiles that they create obviously meaning that these profile pages are a sham, fraud and they are not real women looking for casual encounters.

Also another very shocking paragraph tells us that it’s “not the objective of this website to establish real life contact between users.” Does that make sense to anyone? Isn’t the whole premise of using a dating service so you can eventually meet women for real life contact and real-life sexual encounters?  You can read the damning paragraph below or click on this link and visit section 3.9 of the terms page.

  • Festivus Media BV explicitly reserves the right to create profiles on the Platform and to send messages to the User on behalf of these accounts. By accepting these Conditions of Use, the User understands and accepts that some of the profiles on the Platform are therefore fictitious and they have been created only to exchange Messages with; real-life meetings are not possible for such Accounts.
  • It is not the objective of the Service to establish real-life contact between the User and other users of the Platform.

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone:
  • Addresses: Festivus Media B.V.  Bezuidenhoutseweg 161 (2594AG) ‘s-Gravenhage
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Billing Issues:
  • Web Page: Contact Page
  • FYI,* charges appearing on your bankstatement will be by the name of  ‘[email protected]’.

Final Decision:

We truly hope that you found this review before you got scammed. If you did get ripped off from we suggest that you contact your bank and your credit card company and try to get reimbursed since this is a scam. It’s the  credit card company’s duty to reimburse you if you’ve been deceived or ripped off from a vendor such as this.

Search For Females:

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File A Report

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

 Comments 3 comments

  • Chris says:

    I’m getting countless spam emails from these dating websites Festivus media is behind. Any advice on how to stop them? What is Festivus media’s phone number?

  • peteroberts says:

    hello im pete roberts from hartfoerd hartford cheshire iwas conned out of 2000 pounds by sexting book website have you done any surveys on that site inever gota date see and second fling thatsa scam too i think so ok canu confirm if you have checked these sites out ok

  • peteroberts says:

    im with mnationwide building soc they never stopped my debit card after i was scammed ok are they responsible for protecting theier customers ok caus i didnt get any ok

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