Our Investigation Explains Why GetAnAffair.com Is A Scam In Many Different Ways

 Jan, 05 - 2016   6 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

GetAnAffair.com home page


  • $4.24 for a 3 day trial membership to the site.
  • $24.99 for a 1 month subscription.
  • $59.97 for a 3 month subscription.
  • $94.20 for a 6 month subscription.


  • Friends: Check out who's on your friends list, block people and more.
  • Activity: See who sent you winks
  • Match Feed: Shows updates and news about your nearby matches.
  • Chat Rooms: Chat with women and men in the online chat rooms.
  • Like Gallery:  Choose who you like by clicking the "like button", just like Facebook.


GetAnAffair.com is a dating site used for married people seeking extramarital affairs and relationships. But on top of that is the fact that this website isn't even a real dating site. We break down the whole thing in this investigation. We show you the facts as well as evidence so you can understand exactly how this dating scam operates. Something else to note is that this site is run by the same people operating UpForIt.com, which we just reviewed. Read the full review of GetAnAffair.com below and understand what you're getting yourself into.

19 Automated Messages From Software Bots Not Real Females

It didn't take long for the scam to take effect. We registered on the website and confirmed our dating profile and then the messages started pouring in. We have received 19 email messages from a variety of different females on the site. That sounds fantastic doesn't it? It would be great but the problem is that this is all a fraud. If you actually believe that we receive 19 email messages from real women you must be drunk. No one's emailing us, there are no women sending us erotic emails. It's all a facade to trick male members who have a free account into trying to reply to the women sending them emails. But you need to upgrade to read or reply to the emails. That is there end game. They want you to upgrade to a paid monthly membership. This is the whole reason that the site exist, paid monthly memberships!. They want you to pay for a monthly membership so they can live the good life while you get scammed $30 a month until you find out you've been ripped off and you cancel your membership.

They used computer software programs that can send automated email messages to anyone on the site. They use these automated email messages to target people with free accounts because they want you to pay for a membership. Don't get caught in this con now you know about the automated emails, but there is much more in this investigation. Keep reading!

19 phony email messages

Fake Women Browsing Our Profile

For a few hours after we created our account we let our profile sit. When we went back later to see what kind of evidence we could come up with. One of the tricks they used was a scam designed to make it appear as if women are browsing and viewing your profile. You get a notification when someone has browsed your profile as you can see from the evidence below. And naturally you will want to look at the people who have viewed your profile. In this particular case they are all attractive looking women and if you're a man on a dating site chances are you're going to want to communicate back to those women. So from there if you want to communicate to those women you will need to upgrade. Unfortunately all the women browsing our profile are fake. It's all done through computer software programs that make it seem like females are looking at your profile when it's totally fictitious. Once again all a trick to get you to upgrade and by a membership so these crooks can drive around in fancy sports cars and live in mansions, all the while scamming every guys who signs up to GetAnAffair.com.


Fake Profile Using Photos Taken From Other Sites

We mentioned that all the profiles on this site are fake. That's not entirely true, it's only the female profiles that are fictitious. And to make the fake profiles they need photographs so they use some kind of software program or possibly hire someone to scour the internet looking for photos of attractive looking women. From there they use those photographs to create fictitious dummy profiles that look like they're legitimate. We have software as well and our software is used to identify the exact locations online where the fake profile pictures are snagged from. Please take the time to look at the links below and you can see the exact locations where those fake profile pictures have been taken from. These are just a few examples, we could have come up with more but this is more than enough evidence to support our claims of fake profiles.


Fake profile photo copied from the links shown below the used to fabricate a fake profile:

  • http://www.forawesomepeople.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Alyssa_Marie_Photography_alyssamariephotography14_low.jpg
  • http://www.forawesomepeople.com/lauras-musician-headshot-photos/
  • http://www.forawesomepeople.com/lauras-musician-headshot-photos/

Fake profile pic copied from the links shown below the used to fabricate a fake profile:

  • http://www.carpevegan.com/images/images/breepeta.jpg

The Terms And Conditions Explain The Scam In Their Own Words

If our evidence wasn't enough to sway your opinion that this site is a scam, then all you need to do is read the terms and conditions where they state in their own words that they create fake profiles and use automated bots to send email messages to their members. No we're not making this up, this is 100% truth. You can actually click on this link to be taken directly to their terms and conditions page where they describe in crystal clear detail everything we just said. Also you can read the terms from Get An Affair below.

  • We create user profiles for use by our customer support representatives for the support, marketing, improvement of the Service…
  • Our customer support representatives are encouraged to speak with our members and also to stimulate conversation between members by making introductions or recommendations or just to chat with Users, for entertainment purposes.
  • Additionally, the Website utilizes automated system profiles to communicate with Users to enhance our Users’ entertainment experience.
  • From time to time, and in our sole and absolute discretion, the Website’s created profiles and automated system profiles may be designated with a designated symbol.
  • You acknowledge and agree that some of the profiles posted on the Website that you may communicate with as a Registered User may be fictitious.
  • The messages they send are computer generated. Messages from the user profiles we create attempt to simulate communications so that should you become a paid Member you are encouraged to participate in more conversation and to increase interaction among fellow paid Members.
  • The user profiles we create are not intended to resemble or mimic any actual persons.
  • We may create several different user profiles that we attach to a given picture.
  • You understand and acknowledge that we create these profiles and that these profiles are not based on or associated with any Registered User or Member of our Service or any other real person. You also acknowledge and agree that the descriptions, pictures and information included in such profiles are provided primarily for your amusement…

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host:Vincenti Buildings, 28/19 (Suite # 1374) Strait Street, Valletta VLT1432,Malta
  • IP Address Of Server:
  • Name Servers: ns1.p14.dynect.net, ns2.p14.dynect.net, ns3.p14.dynect.net, ns4.p14.dynect.net

Contact Information :

  • Phone: 1-800-868-5182
  • Addresses:  P.O. Box 146 Trident Chambers, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

GetAnAffair.com should be called "GetScammed.com". Everything about this website is fake. From the profiles, email messages and everything in between, it's designed exclusively to scam you!

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 Comments 6 comments

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    • Daniel Carter says:

      Yeah signed up for 3 day trial $1.50 at be naughty.com then it AUTO signs ya up for monthly subscription. Apparently when I contacted them to CANCEL all subscriptions they TRANSFERED me to 2 other websites WITHOUT telling me anything about it. I've just had 2 payment come out at about $50. One of the sites I was "transfered" (scammed) into was this getanaffair nonsence. I've never even heard of it but they get away with this? Its $30 for new online bank card but its worth it I don't want these idiots getting ANY of my $$$. I don't trust them if they say its been cancelled they may of "transfered" me again. 

      Bugger them

      Do not go near it

      I don't want extra months added on I want my money back you lying snakey false scamming giving totally false info.

      I hate them so bad

      If this happens to you. My advice let them know your pissed and get new bank card DO NOT trust their word on anything.

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  • Paul Dicks says:

    I saw a lot of copied messages with incorrected punctuation from girls that said I had to pay $300-350 to have them with me for a few days.  There are some real people on there, I found an actual breathing lady, and we moved our chat over to Windows Messenger.  However, the number of times I had a cam model give me a link that was free, but not free for my credit card.  I finally just blocked all the cam girls.  Now, I am trying to quit, and I think I'm getting the run around on that.

  • Chris says:

    After cancelling my account on Onenightfriend, 31 days later checked website to make sure nothing was taking out after a month. Later that day, recieved an email stating I was now a member of Getanaffair.com for $21.99. Never heard of this site. And exactly same format as the first one I was involved in. Stay away from them. You cannot delete your credit card information on their site and you have to call to cancel your account. They are located in the British Virgin islands.

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