Review: Watch Out! PlentyOfCheats.com Is Designed To Cheat You Out Of You Money
We just did a scam report on ZipCodeHoes.com yesterday and today we're exposing another site owned by the same individuals called PlentyOfCheats.com. On top of that these same people own Fish4Hoes.com, PlentyOfHoes.com, WildSmash.com, SlagStreet.com, and SlagSearch.com. All of these websites operate exactly the same, and they look exactly the same. If you want to know what's wrong with Plenty Of Cheats you can read our full investigative report below.
How The Whole Deception Works
We would like to explain how the whole deception works. The first thing that happens is you will come across a meme or a screenshot of a text message on social media websites like Facebook, or Twitter or Reddit. These text messages, memes and news stories are all bogus. These are nothing but advertisements disguised to look like funny memes and hilarious text messages and real news stories. All of this has been created and contrived by the people behind PlentyOfCheats. The text messages and memes are hilarious and what happens is they end up going viral, people share the memes, the screenshots and the new stories all across social media websites. The result is free viral traffic to their website.
And although it's meant to be funny the true goal of these social media posts is to get people to visit the website. There will always be a certain percentage of men that will visit PlentyOfCheats.com. The goal is to get people to share these memes, get the memes to go viral and the end result is people will end up visiting their website. All of this is done for free, they never paid for any of this viral traffic!
Examples Of Memes, Fake Text Messages & Bogus News Stories
Below we've included screenshots of all the fake text messages, and news stories that we could find online. As you can see the memes and text messages are funny so they are shared virally. People always love to share funny stuff on social media. The owners of Plenty Of Cheats have brilliantly used the art of comedy to trick people into advertising their fake dating site.
The screenshot below looks like text message. But once again this is all trickery. This is a fake text message that makes it seem as if one friend is talking to another friend. One friend ends up visiting the website and he finds his friend's mom on there. Of course this never actually happened but most people are clueless to this fact and think this is real. So they share this all over social media helping the website gain thousands of new visitors every day.
(Fake screenshot that tricks people into visiting their site.)
Below is a fake news story making it seem as if a man hired an escort from the website and then his daughter arrived. It's easy to see why this "news story" would go viral, because it's funny and shocking all in the same breath. But it's never really happened.
(Screenshot of a fake news story I was actually nothing but a marketing gimmick.)
(Fakes screenshot of a fake text message created to trick people into visiting plenty of cheats)
Below is a screenshot of a Facebook post that's was supposedly posted on Snoop Dogg's authentic Facebook page. Once again this Facebook post is promoting the website without anyone even realizing it.
(Fake text message created to trick people into sharing it on social media)
Below is a screenshot of a tweet we saw on Twitter. It's just another fake post used to dupe people into visiting PlentyOfCheats.com.
(Tweet being used to deceive men into visiting PlentyOfCheats.com.)
What Happens After You Go To The Site
Like we've already explained there's always going to be a certain percentage of people who will end up visiting PlentyOfCheats.com based on the funny viral posts that they see on Facebook, and Twitter etc. Once these people visit the website, they're going to register and join the website. When we went to PlentyOfCheats.com we clicked on our location which was the United States. From there we were redirected to Go-Sex.com and then to the actual dating site which is called HookupDaters.com. For the record we need to warn you about Hookup Daters. This is not a real dating service. Hookup Daters looks legitimate but it is completely fake. The profiles of women on the site are fictitious. Any messages you receive are fake and sent using computer software bots that mimics real women. The messages are not sent from real women, computer software programs are responsible for the messages. The fake profiles in the phony messages are all used to manipulate you and pull your strings so you try to email and send messages to women on this site. The only problem being is that you can't actually send emails or any instant messages until you purchase a monthly subscription to the HookupDaters website. And that is the scam. They use fake memes and fake text messages to go viral, men then visit the website, register and then purchase a membership and the last step is the owners of the website get paid. They make hundreds of thousands and possibly millions of dollars from this nasty fraudulent scheme.
Who's Behind The Memes?
Many of these memes are being shared through various Facebook groups including one in particular called Savage Memes, as well as Snoop Dogg (according to some people on Reddit). We were unable to find any posts on Snoop Dogg's timeline though. But we did find Snoop Doog promoting ZipCodeHoes.com.
How Can You Stop Getting Ripped Off?
If you're looking for government officials to step in and stop these kind of online dating scams don't hold your breath. We've been at this for over five years now and many of the sites that we've exposed years ago are still operating with no problems whatsoever. You need to take things into your own hands and start using common sense online. You can also file complains with the Better Business Bureau.
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If you sit down and really think about it the whole concept of creating fake memes to direct people to a dating site it's brilliant BUT also completely fraudulent because the website isn't real. It's still hard to understand that people actually join a dating site after seeing a funny post on Facebook. In any case we strongly suggest that you stay away from Plenty Of Cheats as well as Hookup Daters (both are fake).
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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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They are using peoples Facebook's to send them without people knowing. We know the sites a scam but how do we get rid of the malware or whatever its using.
Exactly, I just found out apparently I posted one on my page but I didn't. I've never seen it before.