The SeekingMilf.com Scam They Don’t Want You To Know
- $29.95 for a 1 month membership.
- $69.00 for a 3 month membership.
- Who's Online: See who is online right now.
- Find Members: You can search for the newest members, hottest members and view galleries of members through this section.
- Buddies: You can control your "buddies" through this section. You can block users, see pending requests from users,
- Live Cams: See live video feed of nude women on a pay per minute basis. You can interact with these girls and tell them what to do etc.
- Live Chat: Chat live with women on the site. This is not available to free members.
- Extra: Watch adult videos on the site.
The Scam Exposed & The Fraud Revealed
As with all investigations we do, we registered with a free basic account on SeekingMilf.com. Shortly after we received four different emails from interested women. Now you would think that we would be thrilled to receive emails from these women but since this is an investigation we look at it from an investigative point of view to see if it's a legitimate site or an ongoing scam. And what we found is that these emails are all are all fraudulent. It's very easy to identify the email messages from these women as not being real for a few different reasons. The first reason being is that the dating profile that we created for this investigation was completely empty, we had no photographs in there, we had no information and basically there would be no reason for any women to initiate any any sort of contact with us. So we asked ourselves why are these women sending us emails? The conclusion we came to after doing a lot of due diligence is that these women were in fact not real women at all.
As you can see from the image below there is a lady called "Special Mika115y" and we have circled in red the word "Online Cupid". Now if you look into the terms and conditions of the site you will see that an "Online Cupid" is basically nothing more than a fictitious person that the dating site uses to lure male members into subscribing and purchasing a paid membership through their credit card.
This is only one of the woman who emailed us, we we clicked on the email from her and quickly we saw that it was an "Online Cupid". And according to the terms and conditions,"Online Cupids" user profiles that are posted on the site are fictitious and are associated with their "Online Cupid" services. Then they go on to say that initial messages and this would include email messages and instant messages from their "Online Cupid" service they may be automatically generated with no human involvement and messages and or correspondence thereafter may be generated by third parties hired or contracted by them. And, you agree that the information and pictures contained in "Online Cupid" profiles do not pertain to any real person but they are included strictly for entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in any online Cupid profile is intended to describe any real person living or dead any similarity between is purely coincidental.
Through the terms and conditions they are basically stating and explaining exactly how they scam and deceive people. With the use of "Online Cupids" they fraudulently make male members believe that they are receiving legitimate email and instant messages from local women that are interested in communicating with him. But the real truth is that none of these women are of course real and the only reason they are receiving these email messages is strictly to entice and push free members into upgrading to a paid monthly subscription.
Please understand and be advised that "Online Cupids" are not just a random thing on this dating site, when we did a search for local females "Online Cupids" and webcam models were the only searches that showed up in the search results. This indicated that basically this site had no real woman at all on it. If the site goes as far as to create fake dating profiles that populate the site and completely fill it with no actual real results of real legitimate woman then this site is a 100% sham.
As you can see from the evidence shown below a screenshot of some of the search results on the site, every single profile that popped up in the search results was an "Online Cupid" which is circle in red. SeekingMilf is operating in a completely fraudulent matter and the evidence of fraud is overwhelming.
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- IP Address Of Server: 18.104.22.168
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Contact Information :
- Phone: 1 (888) 649-9178
- Addresses: Dositheou, 42 Strovolos, P.C. 2028, Nicosia, Cyprus
- Email: [email protected] or use the online form
In conclusion we would like to state that all the evidence is 100% and available online for you to research on your own. If you would like to do your own research it's a simple as creating a profile on the site and watching all the illegitimate emails start pouring. It will become evident very quickly that this dating service is operating in a less than honest manner. "Online Cupids" will flood your Inbox and then you will have all the evidence you need to make an informed decision. Based on everything we have found out about the site we cannot and will not recommend this site.
If you found this review helpful please leave a comment below and also please share this review to warn others about how this fraud operates. Thanks for helping us spread the word and stopping the scams.
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I tested this out with a generic IMs to several woman of interest:
"Hi There. I'm new here. I think I get one shot at sending a message. Please eemayl me. xxxxxxxath0tmayldottkom. I'll update my profile once I know this site is not a scam. In the mean time, I can send you some info and a pic. The message is cryptic, so you'll have to figure it out. Sorry about that. You're pretty by the way!"
You may have to make the IM cryptic to get past any potential filtering just in case there's a real hit.
Guess what? No emails.
Thankyou for leaving a comment. The site is a con and probably has ripped off hundreds and maybe thousands of guys.
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Simply, thank you.
I just saved myself money, time and emotional distraught.
You’re welcome, glad we saved you money and stress!
Thank You for your investigative report and findings !! This is why the very first thing I look for when doing research is REVIEWS !! which is how I found my way here. Whether I am looking for a used car or looking for pest control for my home, I now immediately search reviews on Google to find information on whether something that may seem enticing is a SCAM or not !! I applaude you for your article and am sure you will save many emotional distress and money by exposing just this one (if not several of their other ones) of the millions of online frauds currently in existence !!
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I am 79 years old and receive 4 or 5 invasive emails per day which I find offensive.
Apart fropm changing my email address how can I stop them?
IF YOU ARE A MEMBER JEFF GO INTO YOUR ACCOUNT SETTINGS AND LOOK UNDER NOTIFICATION SETTING AND UNCHECK ALL THOSE BOXES OR THE ONES THAT YOU WANT NOT TO RECIEVE EMAIL FROM . I UNCHECKED THE ONLINE CUPID BOX AND HAVEN'T GOTTEN ANYTHING SINCE !!!!!
Thank you for you information I have been recieving photos for several months and I am not a paid member My question is How do I eliminate this site
Contact [email protected] to get your email off their list. Or check the bottom of the email, their should be an unsubscribe button.
Thank you for the informative review. I was thinking about signing up for lonelyaffair and seekingMLF.com. I am tired of all the scams out there! Any suggestions for legitmate sites for just casual dating? I am 53 and in good shape, and I find that sites like ourtime.com, the women are fat and not good looking! Sorry to be so shallow! Thanks, Vance
thanks for your investigative review. everything you reported in your report is true. I did't find your site until I had filled out the membership form ,down to the last page and the word "free" was pushed all through the application until the last page , and then you was hit up for the price. that is when i balked and hit the unsubscribe notice ..they reported i was to get a reply notice by an e mail to my computer about half way or approximately,into my application i was filling out, and when i clicked onto my e mail and opened it , there was already about 4 "cupids "listed on 4 e mails ,and i haven't even finished the application yet.Enough proven.I got out of there. Thanks, Willie
your lucky you stopped, you saved yourself money and grief. Yep the site is an organzed scam and not a dating site.
UNFORTUNATELY , THEY GOT ME !!!! I WAS PLANNING ON JOINING FOR ONE MONTH AND BEFORE I COULD SAY BOO THEY HAD ALREADY SNATCHED THE CASH FOR THE THREE MONTH DEAL !!!!! TRIED TO EXPLAIN THAT THAT WAS WHAT I WANTED TO SIGN UP FOR AND WAS TOLD THEY HAVE A NO RETURN POLICY !!!! I WAS ON THE SITE FOR ABOUT A MONTH BEFORE I STARTED GETTING SUSPICIOUS AND DECIDED TO RESEARCH THE TERM AND CONDITIONS AND FOUND THE ONLINE CUPID INFO. I REALIZE NOW THAT THE WHOLE DAMN THING IS JUST A BIG ASS SCAM AND THEY ARE OPERATING OUT OF CYPRUS !!!! I STILL HAVE A COUPLE OF MONTHS LEFT ON MY SUBSCRIPTION SO I AM GOING TO TRY TO HARASS THEM UNTIL THAT TIME RUNS OUT AND THEY SAY IF I HAVEN'T MET ANYONE BY THEN I GET THREE MORE FREE MONTHS . I SAY GOOD I AM GOING TO HARASS THEM FOR THOSE THREE AS WELL !!!! SORRY I DIDN'T FIND YOU GUYS SOONER BUT, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK !!!! I AM GONNA TELL ALL MY FACEBOOK BUDDIES TO BLOW THE WHISTLE ON THEM AS WELL !!!!! THANK YOU !!!!
I actually signed up for the SeekingMILF (paid Basic Member) and found that if you do an online search, a window pops ups that lets you filter the profiles by age groups. If you UNCHECK the Online box and only Have Profiles with Photos, the websites filter will show you only Basic Members (paid) within a wide range of the zip code you entered. Basic Members are real people and I've got a few good replies to emails, etc. You investigative report is all TRUE and well done, but there are people on the site that are real. Usally not the "sex" driven profiles and photos, but on the other hand, some of the "juicy" profiles and pics of Basic or Featured Members are real…good hunting guys!!!
I registered with SeekingMilf for what I thought would be a ($29.99) 1- month account with them but was billed $69.00 last week. I called for my refund and was told several times that they had a no refund policy but would afford me a free month. I continued to hammer away and get put on hold. She comes back and offers me 3 months free registration. I told her I was going to have my bank deal with it as FRAUD CASE and immediately was put on hold again. This time she comes back to say that she was going to credit my Visa card the full $69.00 and it could take up to 10 days. I was astonished to find the $69.00 credit to my card the following day. The key wording is FRAUD CASE. They make an unimaginable amount of money off this scam and to write me off is good business.
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Most of these sites are bogus. Many have the same pics of the ladies on there. Much of the instant messaging is bogus too and as a basic member, one does not have the ability to respond either. Most, if not all of the online cupids are young 27 year olds with no basic info. So like earlier posts. save your money and never, ever use your credit card for these sites. Also, after a while, if you do not join the sites, you will see a dwindling of messages. Some don't even send updates after a month or so (which may be a good thing). If you do join, don't expect much action (definitely not like when they are trying to get your money). Hope this helps.
I got caught. Even upgraded to GOLD. The messages dwindled to a stop. I cancelled my membership. Feel like a right fool. I do think there may be genuine girls on these sites. I was communicating with one or two that seemed genuine. However I just ended up frustrated by the whole experience. Bottom line really it is a scam. Thanks everyone.
I’ve also done some research on many sites. I’ll get mail at 5 00 pm. and the senders clock says 3:00am. or you send mail and you don’t get a response unless you. send one of those stupid fake gifts but the sites that appear honest the women that send dum flirt live over 1200 miles away or another country. We need to fined legal ways to shut. these people down. Im still going to research and draw up a list of frauds its illegal to sell drugs giving people false hope should to
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Stop the non sesnse start your screenshots of the women on here post them everywhere some women rights and privacy has been exploited there is no way they have this many women working for them
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Sorry if I missed an answer to my curiosity around the manner in which these sites generally distribute income shares from what (I noticed) are reported to be millions of dollars income. Is there any prospect for a male, desperate for friendly intimacy, to get help paying for his sex changes by becoming an Online Cupid? I admit that is a somewhat frivolous question, since I personally have no interest along those lines …. at this time. Just keeping my options open in case a radical change of mind and heart should mysteriously arrive upon me in my sleep, or in a provocatively sexy daydream. Thanks for your good and gracious sharing of knowledge. Anyone have practical knowledge or experience about fending off incubuses who don't even have the decency to identify themselves, and who arrive unexpectedly without invitation at all hours of the day or night? Does this seem funny to anyone other than me?, or am I the only one a wee bit off center to the point of needing special attention and appreciation for my weird perspective on life? (Probably better to not respond, for everyone's benefit.) I know: Being on a computer for too long made me do it. I just need a short nap. If only I wasn't afraid to close my eyes, it might be more restful than sleeping with my eyes open, which is dangerously close to being delusional without the entertaining images of psychedelic
hallucinations. It's like wet ones: It has been so long ago that I only vaguely recall those experiences. When will we pass some laws against growing old, or against becoming decrepit before we have had the good fortune to be deflowered? I am not saying that I am actually a virgin; it just feels that way sometimes when I become morbidly depressed and hopeless. Thank God I was an unrepentant sinner when I was younger, and for the fact that I occasionally had a few rare moments of semi-healthy intimacy despite my prodigious talents at self-sabotage. What is it about women who fail to see the endearing qualities of a man who habitually sabotages himself? Are they afraid that any showing of empathy or compassion might cause them to be perceived as weak? Personally, I think that women who are weak are adorable. I wouldn't want to marry one, or spend too much time with one, but aren't they simply adorable? (On a serious note, being too tired makes me inclined to be flippant and silly, to be talkative, and sometimes even too close to peeing my pants if I have consumed too much liquids and I laugh too hard.) I refuse to reveal any more than that, which goes to show that even an idiot can have some shred of dignity and decency, even if it requires feigning those qualities. I like to conceal the fact that I am too serious, in favor of seeming like I am more fun than a barrel of monkeys. I need a qualified mentor. Which reminds me that this website comes close to acheiving that status of mentor. Thanks. Please excuse any indications of abusiveness. It is my clumsy way of dealing with great emotional loss and despair. It will pass.