The Shocking Truth About FlirtingMilfs.com & Why You Can’t Find Any Real Milfs Here

 Oct, 10 - 2018   1 comment   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

FlirtingMilfs.com review

Cost:

  • 10 credits costs £15.00 and you can send 10 emails (£1.50 per message).
  • 25 credits costs £35.00 and you can send 10 emails (£1.40 per message).
  • 50 credits costs £65.00 and you can send 10 emails (£1.30 per message).
  • 100 credits costs £120.00 and you can send 10 emails (£1.20 per message).
  • 300 credits costs £330.00 and you can send 10 emails (£1.10 per message).

Overview

Do you have a fantasy of being with an older woman, a milf? Many guys fantasize about being with a milf and many "milf dating sites" cater to this specific wish. In this review we're focusing on a milf dating site called FlirtingMilfs.com. This is a website where you can supposedly meet and hook up with older mature women for casual hookups. But not everything is always as it seems. Sure, this looks like a legit dating site that has real older women but is it really? We went undercover as members of the dating site to see what we could find out. Was the website a scam? Is this a real place to meet real local milfs? We wanted to find out the truth and we documented everything and included it in our investigative report that you can read below.

FlirtingMilfs Associated With Numerous Other Fake Dating Sites

We found out that FlirtingMilfs (through our research) is connected to a long list of dating sites we've already reviewed and outed as scams. These sites include FlirtyMoms.com, SecretMilfClub.com, FlirtingLocal.com, and FlirtDistrict.com. All these sites are associated and connected, owned by the same corporation (Midsummer-Online.com). Nothing ever changes with these sites except for the domain name, all the graphics, the layout and webpage design are almost identical. This was our frist clue and first piece of evidence leading us to believe that Flirting Milfs was fake. It was the first piece of evidence but definitely not the only piece of evidence.

You Must Agree That The Site Uses Fake Profiles

Before you're allowed into the members area of the site you need to agree that the website uses fictitious profiles. Circled in red below you can see the evidence that we have included proving this exact fact. The reason the website wants you to acknowledge that they use fake profiles is so that you cannot come after them in a court of law. Since you've agreed to the terms and conditions and the use of fake profiles this apparently absolves them of any wrongdoing.

We're not lawyers so we don't understand how the law works but regardless of the law if a website using fake profiles then they should be legally held accountable. This is a form of fraud regardless of what laws are on the books!


(Screenshot where we need to agree to the use of fictitious profiles before we can create our membership.)

Also found on the homepage of the website you can see circled in red it states that "the purpose of this website is to "enable erotic chat conversations between fictitious profiles and users and therefore partly contains fictitious profiles. Physical meetings are not possible with these fictitious profiles."  This information was found right on the homepage as soon as we typed FlirtingMilfs.com into our browser. It's literally the very first thing you see when you visit this website. They're telling you straight up that their website is a scam that uses fake profiles and you can't meet these fake profiles in person.


(Screenshot on the front page of the website where they openly admit that the website uses fictitious profiles and you cannot physically meet with these fictitious dating profiles.)

This next screenshot below also taken from the front page of the website wants everyone who joins their site to understand and acknowledge that individuals appearing on the landing pages or in the fake fantasy profiles might not be actual members of the website. Once again they're openly admitting that people on their website are fake and they are NOT legitimate women looking for casual sex.


(Screenshot where the website admits that people appearing on their website might not be actual members.)

You Must Agree That The Site Uses Fake Profiles

Below we've included just two fake profiles of who knows how many fake profiles on the website. We've also included the links where that exact photograph can be found on other websites. Take a look at these women, you can tell that they're not the kind of females that need to be wasting time on a cheesy website calling itself "Flirting Milfs". When they create these fake profiles they usually try to use the most attractive looking photos that they can find, many times the photos are of nude women which will attract more men to buy credits.


(Screenshot of a social media star called Abigail Ratchford she is not a real member of this dating site.)

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The above fake profile is a picture of Abigail Ratchford who is a glamour model as well as a social media personality. Does anybody really think that she registered on Flirting Milfs to meet guys? She's very popular on Instagram with 8.6 million followers, as well as other sites like Twitter and Facebook. Her photograph was stolen from one of her social media profiles and then used to create a fictitious profile page on the site.


(Fake profile using a stolen and found on other sites.)

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Fake Email Messages Used To Dupe You Into Buying Credits

In just under 1 hour we already received  8 email messages. Based on what we've read in the terms and conditions page and on the front page of the website these emails are not real. These messages are as fake as Santa Claus. Bogus email messages are the primary method used not only by this website but thousands of other dating scams on the internet to lure you use their site, then snare you into purchasing useless credits. The way this website works is you cannot interact with anyone or send any emails unless you buy credits and that's the main reason why they use phony email messages.

It's a really good strategy if you're a scammer, you want to make a lot of money and have no morals. You create a fake dating service and then use computer software programs that are called bots to send people as many email messages as possible. Eventually people will bite and purchase credits to chat with the fake women sending them the computer-generated bogus email messages. This is the bread-and-butter of scams like this site.

A Blank Profile & Women Are Still Emailing Us

Below we've included a screenshot of the profile page that we used for this investigation. As you can see circled in red we haven't uploaded any photographs to our profile page, not a single one. But as we've already reported to you so far we received 8 emails from various women. Can anyone explain why the hell any women would contact a guy who doesn't have any pictures on his profile? If you put the shoe on the other foot would you go out of your way to email a girl who didn't have any pictures in her profile or would you just move on to the next profile that had a photograph in it? The reason it's important to point this out is because it proves that we're getting messages from pretend women. There are no real girls looking at our profile or emailing us. It's computer bots that are sending us fake email messages. If real women checked out our profile they wouldn't bother to message us because we don't have a picture on our profile page. Since this is a computer program sending us messages the bot doesn't know if you have a picture or not so they will email us because it's a computer not a real person.


(This is a screenshot of her profile used it is blank but we still got 8 emails from naked women.)

The Terms And Conditions Tell Us They Create Fake Profiles

Below we've included parts of the terms and conditions page where the openly admit that they are creating fake profiles and also sending email messages through these self-created fictitious profiles. This information was found in section 5.3 of the terms and conditions page. You can read the sentence below or visit this link and go to section 5.3 of the terms page.

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

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone:
  • Addresses: Graham Web Services B.V., Zutphenseweg 51, 7 418 AH Deventer, The Netherlands
  • Email: [email protected], [email protected]
  • Billing Issues:
  • Web Page: Contact Page
  • FYI,* Charges made to your credit are " "Pay.nl * Graham Web +31854000348 NLD".

Final Decision:

Hopefully with all the evidence that we provided you can now see clearly the reasons why we're calling Flirting Milfs a scam. All the evidence is laid out there for you in black and white. Thanks for reading our review, please share this on social media. If you have any experience with this website please leave a comment below.

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