Red Alert: This Review Explains Why InstaBoink.com Is An Insta Scam

 Oct, 24 - 2019   4 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Overview

We learned about InstaBoink.com through Google. They were buying advertisement on Google.com and we found their ad. This investigation will show you just because a dating site is purchasing ads from Google it doesn’t mean that the dating site is reputable. You can read exactly what we found out about InstaBoink by reading our review.

The Deception Of Scarcity

Below is a piece of evidence showing a marketing gimmick by InstaBoink.com. When we were trying to join the site we had to answer a bunch of different questions, and they made it seem like there was only “eight spots left for men located in the state of Arizona”. This is all nonsense. When have you ever heard of a dating site not allowing anyone to use their service because there was no more spots available. All it is is a marketing gimmick that tricks you into believing that you better join immediately or you will lose your spot in line. They are duping you into thinking you better join right away or it’s over. This in itself is not a scam but as you’ll see this website is definitely involved in deceptive business tactics that go much further than misleading you into thinking there’s only a few spots left on their hookup site.

(A screenshot showing that they’re misleading people with the available spots on their website.)

This Site Isn’t Free They Want Your Credit Card Info To Bill You!

Going through the sign-up process we were congratulated and then they stated that we need to be 18 years or older and they needed our credit card information. You can take a look at the evidence shown below circled in red. They make it seem like they need your credit card information to validate your over 18, and then you will get free access to their website. Unfortunately this is all a lie. This is the centre of the scam. They’re trying to trick people into giving up their credit card information to prove they’re 18 years of age then they will gain access to the website. The real reason they want your credit card information is so they can charge your credit card!

These shysters make millions of dollars misleading thousands of online consumers into believing that they must give up their credit card information to prove that they’re over the legal age of 18.

(A screenshot showing how they manipulate and trick people into giving up their credit card information.)

A List Of The Credit Card Charges

Below we’ve included a screenshot showing you the various credit card charges that appear on your credit card statement if you fall for their “must be over 18” scam. They ask you for your credit card information to supposedly verify you’re over 18 years of age, but it’s all B.S. What they don’t tell you is that you actually get your credit card charged even though they say it all free.

When you give them your credit card information you get a free 2-day trial to a website called FreeFlirtHookup.com which then ends up charging you $39.95 per month after the 2-day trial ends. Then you receive another charge from a website called PremiumPornHD.com that charges your credit card $39.94 per month. And lastly you also get charged to yet one other website called XXXHDVault.com that gives you a 10 day free trial and then charges your credit card $49.95 per month.  If you add up all those charges it works out to be $129.84 per month, every single month until you cancel those fraudulent charges on your credit card. So much for free access to their phony hook-up site!

(A screenshot showing the three different credit card charges you’ll receive because of this scam.)

There Is No Way To Access Their Site Unless Your Give Them Your Card Info

The funny thing is that they give you absolutely no way to log into the members area until you give them your credit card information at which time you will be charged an ongoing recurring charge of almost $130 per month. On any other legitimate website that we have reviewed we’ve always gained access to the members area so we could at least look around and see if we were willing to upgrade. There is no option to do that through their site.

InstaBoink Redirects To SecureJoinSite.com

InstaBoink.com is only the front face of the scam. What happens when you actually give them your email address etc is you get redirected to the actual scam website which is called SecureJoinSite.com. SecureJoinSite is the center of the scam. It has been created to scam you and nothing else.

The Site Claims To Be 100% Safe But Really It’s A Massive Scam

Below we’ve inclued a screenshot where’s the website states that their dating service is “100% safe, private and secure”. How the hell can this website be safe when in reality it’s a huge fraud? They rip you off pretending that you need to give your credit card information to prove you’re over 18. This website is not safe, it is a rip-off!

(Screenshot where the website says their service is 100% save.)

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 300 Boulevard East, Suite 100, Weehawken, NJ, 07086-6702, US
  • IP Address Of Server: 68.169.89.202
  • Name Servers: ns.isprime.com,  ns2.isprime.com

SecureJoinSite.com Contact Information :

  • Phone: +31 7720610 31
  • Addresses: Oversettelse Limited, 1 Arch. Makarios Iii Avenue, Office 101, Lakatameia, P.C. 2324 Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

InstaBoink.com is nothing but a scam. It’s too bad they’re allowed to purchase traffic through Google.com advertising Network. I’m sure Google wouldn’t be too happy to find out they’re making money off of a fake casual dating site. Now you know the honest truth about this website share this information all over social media and help us put an end to this fraud!

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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.

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 Comments 4 comments

  • Marshall says:

    This is awesome info… Any info on how to cancel these 3 sites they sign you up for?

  • Cristian Uriel says:

    Todavía no le entiendo pero me gustará

  • jack says:

    Do you have any reecomendations for good hook up sites that arent scams? im fine paying for a site but just want to find actual women looking to meet up.
    thanks


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