The Dirty Lies Of LocalFling.co.uk Still Continue Even After Our Investigation:
We did a review of LocalFling.co.uk (click to read it) back in May and has anything changed now that we're in November, no nothing! This site is still very popular receiving tons of traffic but unfortunately it's still scamming people and absolutely nothing has changed on the site. The website is still using all the same tactics that we wrote in our devastating report. We exposed the site hoping to bring light to the dating service however nothing has been cleaned up. There is no has been no investigation from authorities in the UK and it's business as usual for the owners of Local Fling. They're still making thousands of pounds per day off of Internet users who think they've landed on a great dating service when in reality it's all scam.
So what exactly is a scam about Local Fling, how about everything! Let's start with the email messages that are completely fake and essentially a trick to get you to buy credits. Then you have the hundreds of fake profiles on the website which lead you to believe that there are hundreds of local women in your community looking for sex. This is all an illusion, it's the biggest lie in the website. What you're looking at is an image gallery of nude amateur porn stars who have had their images stolen and then used to build phony profiles on Loca Fling.
If anyone reading this has purchased credits on LocalFling you can contact some of these crime agencies in the UK including the National Crime agency, and Action Fraud.
Read the full LocalFling.co.uk review here.
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Good job and you may have saved many victims from those scams. Carry on.
Carry on with your good work. I guess the government cannot cover all the bases because there are so many of them.
I don’t believe many of the male profile are real either. Even before the site put a splash screen up stating that female profile were fake for entertainment and put a 5 step check box one of which asks you to confirm that you know this, the number of male users online dropped suddenly from >700 to ~300. There had been about 250 male users online 24/7.just like all the female fake profiles, the profiles were purged. Any message that mentions “credits” gets edited or deleted but many male profiles say “no credits”.
The site login and sign up screen is covered in female deterrent porn, is any real woman going to sign up?. New non site generated female profiles appear at the end of the search list, can only search for “online” or “all”. If searched by region this is around page 600 of the results or 800 for Greater London. To keep the search front page fresh the site is adding about 40 new female profiles to each region each week, they all appear on the first page of search results. Less than 5 new female profiles appear at the end of the region search lists each week. Some of these have names like Stephenxxxx or Jamesnnnn. A small number of these have readable e-mail addresses on them, they put you in contact with a cam girl with fake photos that wants to steal your credit card info.
Around 60% of profile id’s both male and female are valid G-mail. E-mailing the males has not changed the male profile deletion rate, it’s steady at 25% in first 2 weeks and 33% over a few months. There are typically 40 or so new male profiles each day, it odd that when they have just appeared they and are about 10 min old that they can say “ran out of credit”. Less than 20 new online male users were converting to “premium” in first 2 weeks. E-mailing the few females found at end of search lists has a much greater deletion rate > 50%.
I think it’s a money laundering scheme, Pump money in on cash cards £300 a shot, get most of it back as “dividend”.