- 10 credits will enable you to send 10 messages that will cost you £15,00 or £ 1,59 / message.
- 25 credits will enable you to send 25 messages that will cost you £35,00 or £ 1,40 / message.
- 50 credits will enable you to send 50 messages that will cost you £65,00 or £1,30 / message.
- 100 credits will enable you to send 100 messages that will cost you £120,00 or £1,20 / message.
- 200 credits will enable you to send 200 messages that will cost you £200,00 or £2,00 / message.
In this investigation were focusing on a dating service called SecondFling.com. If you want to know the gist, the honest truth about what's going on beneath the surface of this dating site we have all the information for you. All the evidence and everything you need to make an informed decision is found here. We went undercover as a member of their dating service to provide you with info that you would never see anywhere else. Our investigation uncovers all the facts and exposes all of their lies. Read the full review below.
284 Concocted Emails All Used To Scam You
We've had a basic membership on Second Fling for 6 days, only 6 days! But in that time frame we have concluded with any shadow of a doubt that this website is indeed a fictitious dating service, a scam, a farce and we have all the evidence to back it up.
The first piece of evidence we'd like to bring forward is a screenshot (see below) and circled in red you will see that we received 284 email messages in 6 days, just under one week! Why this is an important piece of evidence is because this proves how illegitimate, phony and fake SecondFling.com is.
if you've never joined a dating site you might not know what to expect but overall it works like this. When you join a dating service and if your're a guy you shouldn't expect to receive too many email messages. Just like in regular life men are the pursuers and women are the ones being pursued. But for some reason on Second fling it's the exact opposite where the women are pursuing the men and the result being that we received 284 emails in 6 days. Maybe the women on this site are lonely, maybe we just hit the jackpot with the best dating site ever to hit the internet! Unfortunately the truth is the exact opposite. This is probably one of the worst dating sites that we've ever come across!
The truth of what's happening behind the scenes is that all these emails are being sent and deployed using hi-tech, highly sophisticated software programs called bots. These software bots are able to mimic real users and make people that they're being contacted by 284 different females.The email responses are all generated by this computer software program. The email messages appear to be written from female members but in fact the responses and the subject lines have been input into the software program and then the software program randomly sends out various email messages. They have hundreds and probably thousands of different responses that they send to the unsuspecting victim that they are trying to deceive.
You might be asking yourself what's the point of this dating site sending people faux email messages. The answer is that it's all about money. If you want to reply to those 284 email messages you need to pay. And if we chose to reply to those 284 emails how much do you think it would cost us? The answer is it would cost us roughly £260,00 to reply to all the emails!! Now, can you see why they're using high-tech auto bots to send people computer-generated concocted emails? They want to make as much money as possible by deceiving their members into buying credits.
(Screenshot of the 240 emails that we received.)
The Terms Page Prove They Send Out Phony Emails
Another piece of evidence we would like to bring forward in regards to the make believe email messages is their own terms and conditions page which states that "messages from their fantasy member service may be automatically generated with no human involvement."
Also included in terms and conditions page is their confession that they "hire third-party contractors that work for them and are used to generate messages and reply to email messages". So, you could be talking to a real person but unfortunately that person is it either going to be a paid contractor or even an employee working on behalf of SecondFling.com to manipulate and deceive you into purchasing credits so you can communicate back and forth with these paid actors / con artists. These people are pretending to be something they're not. They hide behind fictitious profiles and pretend to be the females in the phony profiles that Second Fling has admitted to creating.
"Fantasy Members" (Artificial Profiles) Created By The Site
We're not exactly sure how many profiles are fabricated but it must be the large majority of the profiles. We would have to estimate that at least 95% of the female profiles found on this site are fictitious. This is not just something we assume it's something that we've read about while digging through the terms and conditions page of second fling. In section 8 2 of the terms they openly admit that they use fictitious profiles. They confess that some of the profiles posted on their website are fictitious and associated with their Fantasy Member service. They go on to state that "the information text and pictures contained in these Fantasy Member fake service profiles do not pertain to any actual people but are included for entertainment purposes. And any similarity between a fantasy member profile and any person is purely coincidental".
You can take a look at the screenshot that we provided below showing you just a few of the members on this website. Does anyone really believe that these women are legitimate members? The majority of these profiles look like they're amateur porn stars, these profiles are fantasy members, not legitimate women seeking a casual hookup.
(Screenshot of the "Fantasy Member" profiles.)
You Can't Meet Up With "Fantasy Members" & On Their Terms Page They Admit It
In the terms and conditions page we found even more evidence. They admit that "no physical meeting can ever take place between you and the individuals providing our fantasy Member Service". They go on to say that "the exchange of messages between you and the fantasy member is strictly for entertainment purposes as well as to encourage broader participation and their website service." This means you can never meet these fake profiles and they also confessed that they use these "fantasy profiles to get you to use their services more extensively", meaning duping and conning you into upgrading from a free membership to a paid credit-based system.
The Terms And Conditions Explains Exactly How They Lie & Scam All Of Us
Below we've included the most important parts of the terms and conditions page so you can read for yourself exactly what incriminating evidence we found there. You can also click on this link and go to Section 8 of the terms page so you can understand what's really going on.
We use fantasy profiles to stimulate interaction and conversations among users.
2.3.c) You acknowledge that some of the profiles on the Website are fictitious and they have been created only to exchange messages with users and therefore real-life meetings with these fictitious profiles are therefore not possible…
We use fictitious profiles for testing and behavioral/social studies. Some of the user profiles posted on the Website are fictitious, and are associated with our “Fantasy Member” (FM) service. Our FM service is part of our efforts to stimulate conversation with users to encourage further and broader participation in all the Website’s services, including the posting of additional information or pictures to our users’ profiles.
(8.2.a) Initial messages from our FM service may be automatically generated with no human involvement, and third-party contractors hired or contracted by us may generate messages or correspondence from then on. The FM service is also intended to proactively monitor user activities and communications to ensure compliance with these terms.
(8.2.b) You acknowledge that the information, text, and pictures contained in the FM service profiles do not pertain to any actual person, but are included for entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in any FM service profile is intended to describe or resemble any real person—living or dead. Any similarity between FM user profile descriptions and any person is purely coincidental.
(8.2.c) A single FM may be associated with more than one profile on the Website.
8.3.a) On one or more occasions, FM profiles may contact users through computer-generated messages to encourage further or broader participation in the Website’s services or to monitor user activity. These messages may be transmitted to multiple recipients at the same time.
(8.3.b) You acknowledge that no physical meeting will ever take place between you and the individuals providing our FM service and that the exchange of messages between you and the FM is for entertainment purposes, as well as to encourage further or broader participation in the Website’s services or to monitor user activities. We do not guarantee that you will receive a response to any message you send to a FM or any other user.
(8.3.c) Nothing contained in this section 8 will create any right to, or expectation of, interaction between users and FM profiles or the individuals creating FM profiles.
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SecondFling.com was created from day one to manipulate and mislead people into buying credits so they can communicate with non-existent "Fantasy Members". All of this is outlined in our investigation and we have all the evidence. There's no ifs ands or buts about it SecondFling is a fraud plain and simple!
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