Shocking Investigation: SecretMilfClub.com Is A Rigged Dating Site Designed To Scam You

 Aug, 22 - 2018   8 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Cost:

  • 10 credits costs £15,00 and lets you send up to 10 emails.
  • 25 credits costs £35,00 and lets you send up to 25 emails.
  • 50 credits costs £65,00 and lets you send up to 50 emails.
  • 100 credits costs £120,00 and lets you send up to 100 emails.

Overview

Midsummer Online B.V is the corporation that owns SecretMilfClub.com. This is the website that were investigating today on your behalf. One of the first things that came up while researching this dating service was that it was connected too numerous websites we've already exposed for being fake. This long list of fake dating sites includes MysteryFllirt.com, FindMyFling.com, ShagPlace.com, ShagCity.co.uk, and FlirtingMilfs.com.

Every one of these sites is owned by Midsummer Online B.V. Every single one of these dating sites looks almost identical. And, every single one of these websites is an illusion trying to make you believe that it's legitimate when it's fake. Back to SecretMilfClub. We knew what we were getting ourselves into when we joined the site after we realized its connection to Midsummer Online B.V. Obviously there's going to be a large chance that Secret Milf Club is a scam since all the other sites operated by this corporation are all phony.

But, just like any other investigation you need to do your due diligence individually. We need to prove to you that Secret Milf Club was a scam even though we could already see the writing on the wall. And like they say, "where there's smoke is going to be fire". Like every investigation we do we registered on the website as a free member. That way we could document and find proof and evidence of fraud and wrongdoing. Everything we came across and any proof that we found of wrongdoing is available in our investigative report that you can read below.

Strike #1: Fake "Fantasy" Profiles Are Created By The Website!

The very first piece of evidence that we found where the website confessed that they were operate a phony dating site was found smack-dab in the middle of the homepage of the website (see evidence below). Right on the front page of the website there was a notice stating that the "website includes fantasy profiles that are created and operated by the website that communicates with you for promotional and other purposes". Then in a notice they go on to state that "individuals appearing in the photos on the landing page or in fantasy profiles might not be actual members of the website".

Firstly remember this is on the very front page of the website, even before we created an account, even before we joined the website it was right there on the front page! You can take a look at the screenshot that we provided circled in red you will see the evidence showing and proving to you that SecretMilfClub openly admits and confesses that they're the ones that are creating and operating these fake fantasy profiles! This was strike number one proving the website isn't a real place to meet real people at all.


(Screenshot found on the homepage where the website tells us that the dating service includes fake fantasy profiles.)


(Screenshot found on the homepage where the website admits they create fictitious profiles.)

On the bottom of every single page of the website in light gray text they tell us that "profiles on their website are partly fictional and physical arrangements with these profiles is impossible". And they going to stay that they "strongly advise you to read their terms and conditions page before using their service."

It's true that you should always read the terms and conditions page of any dating service that you plan on using. In the same token what right do they have to create hundreds and possibly thousands of fake profiles all used against you in an effort to trick you into purchasing credits on there phony dating site?


(Screenshot where the website admits to creating fictional profiles.)

Strike #2: We Received A Whopping 559 Emails From Fake Women (Bots) 

The second piece of evidence is a screenshot showing our own personal account in the emails that we received which accumulated up to 559 email messages. These emails are part of the fake fantasy profiles scam. If you look at our first piece of evidence the notice on the homepage states that "fantasy profiles may communicate with you for a promotional and other purposes". All 559 email messages are from the phony fantasy dating profiles that have been fabricated by the website. Every single email we received was from a bogus fantasy profile.

We did a little math and in order to reply to all of the 559 emails it would cost us over £600,00! If you take into account that thousands of men are joining this site and other sites owned by this corporation these crooks are making millions of pounds fraudulently every year ripping people off. We knew this website was a scam but how many people don't realize it until it's too late? How many people spend hundreds and hundreds of pounds thinking they're going to get laid?

This website is a cybercrime. It's a very sophisticated scam that utilizes many different components that once pulled all together can make the criminals behind this fraudulent enterprise very wealthy.

Please understand that anything said in the emails is a complete lie. The email messages are not written by real human beings. They are sent to you via computer software programs called bots (a chatbot software program that is used to automatically generate and send messages to people). Don't get sucked into believing that real females are emailing you directly, it's all part of a complex and intricate fraud that preys on the weakness of men.


(Screenshot of the phony 559 emails that we received.)

Strike #3: The Terms And Conditions Has Even More Proof The Site Is A Fraud

Strike number three is the terms and conditions page where once again they openly admit that they're creating profiles that are fictitious. They tell us that you cannot physically meet these fictitious profiles in person which is obvious. But the fact that the website admits to this on their terms and conditions page is even more incriminating evidence that we've added into this scam report. You can read the most important parts of the terms and conditions page below or click on this link to read it directly on their website.

  • 5.3. Midsummer Online B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send calls on secretmilfclub.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious
    profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.

  • 5.4. Midsummer Online B.V. is not responsible for Profiles that violate the law.

  • 4.4. Midsummer Online B.V. is not liable for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the information made available The contributions reflect the opinion of the author in question Characters, profiles, advertisements or contributions can be entertainment purposes Physical contacts are not possible In all circumstances, we are not liable for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of secretmilfclub.com, in which case we exclude all liability to the extent permitted by law, regardless of the nature of the action, for acts or disregard of Users.

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone:
  • Addresses: Midsummer Online B.V. Zutphenseweg 51 7418 AH Deventer The Netherlands
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Billing Issues:
  • Web Page: Contact Page

Final Decision:

We wouldn't trust Secret Milf Club with a 10 foot tall. We've given you more than ample evidence and reasons why not to use this website. If by any chance you got suckered into this scam and purchase credits we strongly suggest you call your bank and try to get those credit card charges reversed. This is a scam, it's a crime and you should be able to get all your money back from your credit card provider.

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File A Report

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 Comments 8 comments

  • john MacColl says:

    yep this is another DUMMY i signed up lucky not paid over to much for credits noticed a lot of the so called women never gave there county or city an the ones that did ( very few an far between) gave south east england an one told me nice to find someone living near me in Worthing -when i quiestiond her further AH i lived there for 2 months now in Birmingham thats not South East England -i received nearly 2,000 messages impossible im 65 what all these young women want a guy of my age CRAP and i noticed there wording an spelling was not correct English an the way it was worded -they need to be shut down -Filthy Scam get off now punters  if ya wise an save ya money John 

  • Gabor says:

    I've received over 4 thousand messages in a month lol , I replied to about 15 and they all turned out to be fake, all they want is chatting to make me spend more credits for nothing, fortunately I've figured them out with about 30 pound loss so far, still got ten pounds there to spend before I quit visiting the site. I even received the same message in two minutes from two different ladies lol.

  • spacebreth says:

    Thank you for this, I had a strange feeling that something wasn't right because all the recieved messages (89) seemed to be from someone with the same personality and a number of them were identical messages. I have removed myself from this site but not before leaving a huge link directly to this one Lol

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  • Mike harrold says:

    Been on this site for a month no one meet rip off deleteing my account asap

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  • Shaun Underwood Merc says:

    thank you…so every picture of mostly everywomen if of fake profile yes?

     

    Also, no girls are real? Damn, i got to thinking why hot women wanted to sleep with me….Not that I'm an ugly man because I'm not but not my normal type of women who reply lol gitted …gas oven job now 

     

    so happy though i never spent a pound 

  • ADEY says:

    Just done a search on the internet and found this site.   Secretmilfclub is a FAKE web site. Signed up a few weeks ago. I am 66 and todate have had 2198 replies. Age range of these women 19 to 68. Women write asking to meet you and when you write back they do not answer the questions you ask so that they hope you will write back i.e making you SPEND more credits. Fortunately I have not bought alot of credits. I will now cancel my profile.

    DO NOT JOIN THIS WEB SITE. They are a total scam and need to be stopped.


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