The Hidden Agenda Of All Exposed In This Review

 Jun, 13 - 2018   5 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • 7 messages will end up costing you £9,99.
  • 20 messages will end up costing you £24,99.
  • 45 messages will end up costing you £45,99.
  • 90 messages will end up costing you £79,99.


  • Search: You can search for members based on their location, gender and their age.
  • Most Recently Active: The Most Recently Active section of the site shows you members who have recently being on the website.
  • My Messages: Read and reply to email messages through this section of the site
  • Viewed Me: The Viewed Me link shows you which members have you'd your profile page.
  • View Edit Account:  This section enables you to edit your account, including uploading photographs your profile, as well as changing all your profile information including your birthday, location, username etc.


First off we like to say it gets very, very repetitive doing these dating investigations. All of these different dating sites that we've investigated over the past four years all use the same tactics, over and over and over again. Not only is it repetitive but it's very time-consuming to go through these websites piece by piece dissecting every lie and every deception that they try to pull on the general public. In this investigation we're looking very closely at a dating service called (connected to CasualSexMeet,,,, As part of our investigation process we registered on the site 4 months ago and finally now we're taking the time and have cleared our backlog to focus on this website. You can read the full review below.

35 Messages From Bots Not From Real Women Seeking Sex

WantingSex seems like a fantastic name for a casual sex dating site but there's only one problem in this review we're going to show you that website is the complete opposite of finding women who want to have casual sex. For instance if you take a look at the screenshot below it shows that we received 35 email messages from various women on the website. That would be fantastic if these messages were real unfortunately they're not! People behind this website are admittedly responsible for sending all of their members fictitious email messages. Anyone who joins this website gets bombarded with a ton of fake emails. You might be wondering how we know this information. Anyone can find all this information if they take the time to read the terms page of the website. The terms and conditions page is the page where the website discusses how their website operates. In the case of in section i.6 they tell us that they "generate and respond to communications (this includes emails) by means of automated programs or scripts that stimulate or attempt to simulate you're into enter communication with another human being though none really exist any dialogue is generated by programming". So if we were to break it all down for you the bottom line is this. This website uses computer software programs that are called bots and these bots are used to make you believe that you're receiving email messages from other members of the website. They go on to state that none of this really exist, any of the dialogue in the emails has been created by the high tech computer bots that do their best to trick you into purchasing credits. One thing you need to understand is if you want to communicate with anyone on this website you need to buy credits.

(Screen of the 35 fake emails we received.)

We Found That With 100% Certainty Fake Profiles Are Created By The Site

Another really important piece of information we found on the terms and conditions page (also found in section I.6) is where the website admits that they create fictitious profiles. This is huge! Once you understand and realize that the website's owners are the ones responsible for fabricating hundreds and possibly thousands of profiles on their website then all you feel like doing is deleting your account and never visiting ever again. Why the hell would any legitimate web dating service take it upon themselves to fabricate phony profile pages? Why else would they take it upon themselves to use images of attractive women and then build false profile pages full of fake information and lies. The number one answer is that WantingSex doesn't have any legitimate female members. They absolutely need to build fake profiles to snare men into purchasing credits on the website. You need to understand that this website is totally false. Without the fake profiles all you're looking at is male profiles because the amount of real girls on the site is almost zilch, zero! They have built up this fake illusion, a sort of Matrix in which you join this dating site believing that these women are real and they're looking for casual sex. That is a total lie and completely false. But when you're in their mirage they want you to believe that it's true. They want you to purchase credits to interact with these fake profiles. It's a very, very elaborate scam that takes in millions of pounds per year.

Fictitious Profiles Using Photos Stolen From Other Sites

Below we've included screenshots of various profile pages that we found on that are fake. These photos are stolen from other websites and then they're used to make phony profile pages. You may have come across these profiles yourself on the website. What we've done here is taken just a few of the fake profiles and included the links where the you can find those exact same pictures from other websites. We're including this as evidence to show you even further just how much of a fraud and a scam this website is.

(This is a fake dating profile and the link below show where this photo was stolen from.)


(This is a fake dating profile and the links below show where this photo was stolen from.)


( This fake profile is using a stolen picture of Marissa Nicole Carter.She has an Instagram account and is a realtor etc. If you take a look at her Instagram account it's easy to see she has no problem attracting men and the thought of her actually joining this website is simply not true.)


(This is a fake dating profile and the links below show where this photo was stolen from.)


Screenshot Of Our Empty Profile Makes You Wonder Why Women Are Emailing Us

In this part of the investigation we've included our own profile. Why did we do that? Because it shows that our profile page is blank. We haven't even uploaded any photos on the profile page but somehow we've gotten 35 different emails! The only way that's possible is if automated bots are sending us fake email messages which we've already established is actually happening. How else can you explain getting 35 messages when you don't even have a picture on your profile of it doesn't make much sense unless you realize that bots are sending us emails not real women

(This is a screenshot of the empty profile page that we created for this review.)

You Might Be Talking To Paid Employees

Also found in the terms and conditions page is the disturbing fact that employees and paid contractors could be chatting with you to trick you into buying credits. Yes you read that correctly they actually have people sitting in a boiler room chit-chatting with real members of Wanting Sex tricking them and duping them into purchasing credits so they can make money off of your ignorance. This information was found in section I.6 of the terms and conditions page. They state and we quote, "we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment." By any chance if you do come across a real person guess what they're most likely going to be a paid employee of the website. Their job description is to make you believe you're interacting with real local women, don't fall for the scam!

The Terms And Conditions Tell Us That Member Profile "May Not" Be Geniune

Some criminals like to hide what they're doing in plain view because it's much easier to hide in plain sight when people aren't expecting it. The terms and conditions page is the epicenter of our investigation. All of the corroborating evidence and explosive proof was found there. The reason the terms and conditions page is so important is because it was written by the owners of the website. They are literally confessing to us exactly how they perpetrate their crimes on their own members. If we were to bring these criminals into a court of law the first thing we would use is the terms and conditions page because it provides the most and conclusive proof showing without any shadow of a doubt why this website is fake to the extreme. If you're interested in reading the most important parts of the terms and conditions page you can read it below. You can also click on this link directly to the terms page and visit section i6.

  1. You might meet actual people through our services, but we provide no guarantee in that respect whatsoever. Some of the messages you may receive, will be sent by computer generated profiles, i.e. not by a real person. 

  2. In order to enhance your amusement experience, to stimulate you and others to use our Services more extensively, and to generally sprinkle some sparkle and excitement into the Services of WANTINGSEX.CO.UK, we may post fictitious profiles, generate or respond to communications by means of automated programs or scripts that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being (though none really exists and any dialog is generated by programming), and we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment. While these communications may seem genuine, authentic, and personal, they may be broadcast simultaneously to a large number of persons and possess none of these qualities. While their contents may appear to be true, they may be quite false; while their contents may appear to sincere, they may be quite disingenuous. Sometimes, we may use these techniques or others like them for other business purposes, too, including, but not limited to those cases in which we monitor and/or investigate into operations, including but not limited to allegations that you or others have violated this Agreement.

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Final Decision:

There is absolutely no question about it was built and created for one reason and that is to scam, rip off and defraud as many people as possible in the UK. There is no way in hell that this is a legitimate dating site, there only agenda is to make millions and millions of pounds off the ignorance of web users!

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 Comments 5 comments

  • the truth says:

    i was actually discusted by connect2night n mydirtyfling specially Because they had a profile of a young girl n "she" claimed she was on a wheelchair n that made me wantingg so much to talk to her just to make her feel better if possible to do that to get people to spend money to "reply" to what is nothing more than a bot i thought not ALL are fake profile but they all are where do these very explicit photos come from? my opinion simple been a Dutch company the red light district of Amsterdam i thought maybe 1% is real? most of their "messages are pathetically stupid but some sound quite real at First n it takes few messages to sus them out by then another £20 is gone down the drain on connect2night i had 2000 messages despite deleting many

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  • Mike says:

    Would you say there are real women on this site? Ive searched some profiles and found that the pictures have been used else where. What other sings would show that these profiles could be fake?

  • Alice says:

    I've just been informed my pics are being used how do I report this? 

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