SHOCKING: SlagSearch.com Is Using Fake Memes & News Articles To Scam People

 Feb, 28 - 2019   1 comment   ReviewsScams

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Overview

This review is on SlagSearch.com.  We became aware of this website because of the viral memes and news articles talking about it. Upon further investigation we realized that these memes that have screenshots of text messages and news articles are ALL fictitious. All of it is one huge marketing deception created to build attention to their website.

This Site Is Connected To Many Bogus Hokup Sites

SlagSearch is connected to a bunch of fake sites such as SlagHub.comPlentyOfHoes.com, and Fish4Hoes.com.  Many of these websites look exactly the same and they also redirect to the same website called MeetWild.com. We have reason to believe that SlagSearch is owned by the same individuals operating these three other bogus hookup sites.

SlagSearch Redirects To MeetWild.com

SlagSearch.com is used to funnel traffic to a phony dating site called MeetWild.com. If you type in SlagSearch into your browser your automatically redirected to their website. The domain name is strictly used to redirect traffic from one domain to another.  We already did an extensive review of MeetWild.com where we break down exactly why this site is a scam. If you want to read all the reasons why the site is misleading, deceptive and totally fictitious you can click on this link and read it for yourself.

MeetWild uses fictitious profiles of attractive looking women combined with computer bots to send you automated messages. This method works very well because when you join the site you think there’s hot looking girls who are sending you messages. Unfortunately the problem is is that you can’t reply to messages until you upgrade and that’s where the scam happens!

Fake News Articles That Go Viral Are Used To Get Free Advertising

SlagSearch.com uses a very interesting, yet deceptive way to get people to visit their website. In the first example below you will see there’s a screenshot of a news article stating that a “woman is suing a dating site called SlagSearch.com after after giving her brother a BJ through a hole in the wall.” This is all fake and is used as a marketing gimmick to get people to visit their website. It works very effectively and it has made these type of fake news articles go viral online. This is totally free advertising for the site.
(A screenshot of a fake news article that actually is promoting Slag Search.)

Fake Text Message Used As A Marketing Gimmick

Below is a screenshot of a fake text message that also went viral on various meme websites. This is not a real text message, once again it’s an advertising trick used to get free traffic to SlagSearch. The people behind this website are very clever in how they market their website and get tons and tons of free visitors to visit their scam.


(A screenshot of a fake text message that is really just a fake meme used to generate traffic to the website.) 

Below is a fake tweet that’s used to promote the site. There’s a photo on a tweet that makes it look as if someone put a note on another person’s car because they hit it. On the message it says “Sorry I hit your car I was on my phone trying to get some pussy on SlagSearch.com. Somebody saw me hit your car so I’m writing this to make it look like I’m giving you information good luck catch me if you can!”  The whole thing is fake but it looks real and it’s super funny so the chances of something like this going viral are very easy to see. Once again our brilliant marketing strategy but unfortunately they are promoting scams.


(A screenshot of a fake note talking about SlagSearch that was posted on Twitter.)

How They Generate Visitors To Their Website:

How they generate thousands of visitors to their website is to create these fake memes like we’ve already explained. From there they simply have Twitter accounts, Facebook accounts, Reddit accounts Etc and they post these fake news articles and fake screenshots of text messages on these social media accounts. Eventually these social media posts go viral. Once they go viral there’s a certain percentage of people that will look at the meme and then see “SlagSearch.com” in the meme and visit the website. It’s a brilliant marketing strategy that has generated them thousands and thousands of visitors to their website. Unfortunately they’re using their talent to rip people off because the websites they promote are totally fake.

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Final Decision:

Although we’re impressed with their marketing capabilities they’re using them for all the wrong reasons. Slagsearch is a scam as we’ve said many times in this investigation and obviously you should not use it.

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 Comments 1 comment

  • Derrick says:

    Nice status


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