Review: See Why MyDates.com Is Playing You For A Fool

 Oct, 07 - 2019   3 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Overview

MyDates.com is the site that we're investigating in this report. We had our suspicions about this website and we wanted to see if we were right. So what we did was we joined the website, created an account, logged into the members area and we documented everything. Documenting everything means finding any evidence of fraud and deception and then taking screenshots of that evidence and including it in the report. You can read the findings of our investigation below.

What Women Would Contact A Guy Who Doesn't Have Photos On His Profile

Whenever you join a dating site the first thing you need to do is create a dating profile. This is where you upload a photograph of yourself, where you put your location, your age, your interests and so on. But every time we do one of these investigations we never upload any photographs, and we never fill out any of the personal information which is all done on purpose! You can take a look at the screenshot of the dating profile we used for this review. Circled in red you will see that we have not uploaded a single photograph. You might be asking why wouldn't we upload any photos. The answer is that we want to see if we would still received emails and messages with an empty profile. It would be reasonable to assume that if you don't put any photographs in your profile and you don't have any information about yourself then why would anyone want to contact you? But, on fictitious dating sites (like MyDates) it doesn't matter if you fill out any personal information because you will still receive messages. Please continue reading the rest of this investigation below to find out what we uncovered.


(Screenshot of the empty profile..)

61 Phony Messages From Bots & Fake Profiles

We were just discussing why would any women want to contact a man who didn't have any photographs in his profile and guess what we still got barraged with chat message after chat message. This wasn't just one or two messages but 61 messages. You need to ask yourself why is it that so many different women would contact a guy with who doesn't have a single photograph on his profile. It's not logical, and it makes absolutely no sense at all.

 For the record we've done hundreds and hundreds of reviews of hookup sites so we have quite a bit of experience dealing with phony dating services. The number one method they use to lure you into purchasing credits or buying a monthly membership is to inundate you with large amounts of messages. Tricking you into believing you're being contacted by a host of horny women looking for casual sex. But of course it's all about money. They trick you into believing you're getting real messages all you need to do is buy credits and you can chat with the women and hookup with them. But all of this is one big massive scam, to make as much money off of you as possible.   There are no women sending us messages it's all a facade. This website along with thousands of others use high-tech artificial intelligent chatbots that are designed to simulate what a real web user would send you in a chat message. The 61 chat messages we received are not real, they're fake and used to get us to purchase credits that's the bottom line!

(Screenshot of 61 phony chat messages that we received.)

72 Fake Views From Bots & Fake Profiles

 72 different girls apparently visited our dating profile on MyDates.com. But was it really 72 women or just a disguise to make it look like 72 women checked out our profile. Once again it's the fake chatbots that are trying to mislead you into purchasing credits. There are no 72 women checking out our profile. What is there to check out on ou profile? There's no pictures, and we never put any personal information so why exactly would 72 different women want to view our dating profile. The answer is no women visited the profile.

(Screenshot of the 72 fake views that we received.)

We Have Evidence That MyDates.com Pays People To Scam You

In section 11E of the terms and conditions page it states that Boranu (the company that owns and operates MyDates.com) uses professional operators for the entertainment of the users. And it goes onto say that "real meanings are not possible with these operators users can only send them messages". So what they're trying to tell us here is if they hire people who operate profiles on the website and it's not possible to have a real life meeting with these paid operators. All you can do is send messages to them on My Dates. Essentially meaning that they're using fake dating profiles to rip you off.

The Terms And Conditions Has The Best Evidence

It's always important to read the terms and conditions page this is where we usually find the most crucial and damning evidence. And even in this particular case the terms and conditions didn't let us down. On the terms and conditions page of MyDates.com they admit that they use "professional operators to entertain you". They admit that real-life meetings aren't possible with these paid operators. All you can do is send messages to them. But remember sending messages isn't free, it cost you money. So if you think about it MyDates.com is nothing but a complete and total scam!  You can read the most important parts of the terms and conditions page below or click on this link and visit section 11e.

  • Boranu uses professional animators and operators for the entertainment of the Users, who are not identified separately in the system. This Service is provided in the highest quality. Real meetings are not possible with these operators. Users can only send them messages within the portal.

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Final Decision:

Hopefully you found this a review useful. It proved that this website is in fact a fraud. This is not a legitimate dating service where you can find real women for casual encounters, it's just a money grab created to trick you into paying for expensive credits that are completely worthless! Spread the word.

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 Comments 3 comments

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  • Harry Scott says:

    This is a site using computer-generated messages and responses. Many are word for word identical. I am 74 and have received over 400 responses from women, mostly in their 40s, I think that is a little fanciful for someone my age. I changed my preferences to 50 to 60, but still mostly 40s and some 30 yr olds. When the site noticed I spoke French they quickly started sending me messages from Quebec.

    I initially purchased coins but found it cost me 50 coins per each separate message or response, whether one word or a paragraph.

    I have met one who put her email and phone number in a sort of code to decipher. The phone number checks out for the Toronto area, and I got responses with pix, but she is just 34 yrs old. Her English is a bit off but she claims to have lived in Czechoslovakia as the reason. Will see what happens. I expect there are a large number of young escorts on the site as well.

    I would estimate 98% are fake profiles and computer-generated responses, because some questions are ignored, i.e. not in the programmed responses.

    As well, they have me located in Toronto, whereas I am in Ottawa. I do have VPN showing me in the USA, but my server and IP address are in Toronto. I tried to edit and change the location, but could not. So I put OTTAWA, CANADA in capital letters after my user name harry 100045. So each message received is addressed as harry10045, OTTAWA, CANADA, not just harry1000. Some even ask where I am located????


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