WARNING!! Our Investigation Shows Why MysteryFlirt.com Is A Scheme To Rip You Off

 May, 01 - 2018   10 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:


  • 10 credits enables you to send 10 email messages that costs £15,00.
  • 25 creditsenables you to send 25 email messages that costs £35,00.
  • 50 credits enables you to send 50 email messages that costs £ 65,00.
  • 100 credits enables you to send 100 email messages that costs £120,00.
  • 200 credits enables you to send 200 email messages that costs £200,00 .


  • Search: Search for men and women by using the search parameters such as age, location, if they have photos and if they are online now.
  • My Profile: In the My Profile section you can adjust your profile page by deleting or uploading photos of yourself, adding a description about yourself including personal information, what you're looking for, your interests etc.
  • My Mailbox: My Mailbox section shows you which people have emailed you. You can reply to them through the My Mailbox section as well.
  • My Flirts: The My Flirt section shows you which members are flirting with you and you can communicate with them from this section.


MysteryFlirt.com Is another date site owned and run by a shady corporation called Midsummer Online B.V. Last week we exposed 2 other sites owned by Midsummer online called FindMyFling.com and ShagPlace.com. They also operate ShagCity.co.uk and a bunch of other UK hookup sites that we haven't investigated yet.

Right off the bat we knew all these sites were connected together because they all look the same. Everything looks exactly the same on the front page and even in the members area this site. The only thing that ever changes is the name of the website and a few small graphics. Midsummer Online B.V. creates cookie cutter dating sites. Cookie cutter refers to something that is easily duplicated and mass-produced. That's exactly what they do, they create one website template and use it over and over again to create multiple versions of the exact same dating website. As always we give every site we're investigating the benefit of the doubt. Learn what we found out about Mystery Flirt that they don't wnat you to know.

They Admit They Use Fake Profiles!

The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree. In the case of MysteryFlirt on the front page of the site just like FindMyFling.com and ShagPlay.com they all have a paragraph detailing their acknowledgement that their website is "responsible for creating an operating fantasy profiles" (see the screenshot below). They even acknowledge that these fantasy profiles communicate with people and they also admit that the fantasy profiles are NOT actual members.

It's pretty crazy that they posted that directly on the front page of their website but here's the thing, most people would never take the time to read the gray fine print, but we do! It's very important to read the fine print because that's where all the deceptive tricks and dirty marketing tactics are revealed. Legally they need to tell you what the website is about. When you agree to their terms and conditions (which you must do before you gain access to the members area) they cover their ass legally. This is why they confessed to creating false profiles. They don't want you to know the truth but legally they have to warn you.

(This is a screenshot that were admitting as evidence showing that the website confesses to creating fictitious fantasy profiles.)

272 Emails Were In Our Inbox!

It's not that difficult to call this site out as being a scam. When you join a dating site and you get 272 email messages (see evidence below) in under a 24-hour period something is obviously very wrong. Either the site is phony or you're Brad Pitt! They think that we are so stupid that we're going to believe that over 270 different women sent us email messages. Sorry we're just not that dumb and we're not falling for this ridiculous fraud.

If you scroll down below you'll see some of the emails we got. But we need to reiterate that all of this is a facade that is designed to hoodwink us. These women aren't writing us erotic emails. It's not real and we know it's not real, we know the truth. All of this is so fake it will make your head spin! angry

Especially when all the women look like porn stars.  If you're one of the people who fell for the scam don't be ashamed, they do a very good job at trying to make you believe that real women are emailing you. They are experts in deceiving people.

What's Really Going On Then?

The truth of what's really going on is that this website is using computer programmers to build software programs that can mimic real web users. They have perfected the art of sending people phony messages that are coming from computer bots (an automated program that automatically send messages to people). The messages look legitimate to the untrained eye but once we put all the pieces together as we've done in this investigation everything makes perfect sense. All of this deceit is done for one reason and that's to lure you into purchasing credits on Mystery Flirt.

And remember on the front page of the site they told us that "the fantasy profiles will communicate with us for promotional and other purposes". What do you think that means? It means that they use those flase profiles to send people communications aka email messages, in our case 272 email messages!

(This is a screenshot showing that we received 272 email messages.)

This is just one of the 272 bogus email messages that we received. Does anyone really think that this mature women really emailed us and wants to hook up?

(Screenshot of a fake email from a phony profile page.)

This girl sent us an email telling us that she "wants to please a man tonight orally. And she also has a nude photo as her profile photo. Does anyone really think that this girl emailed us?!

(Screenshot of a fake email from a phony profile page.)

This is a screenshot from a milf who has a nude profile photo. In her email she asked "how do you feel about hooking up without using a condom? I personally don't mind. Do you have the guts for it?". Once again does anyone really think that we received this kind of erotic email message from this profile picture?

(Screenshot of a fake email from a phony profile page.)

30 "Flirts" From Bots

Not only did we receive 272 emails but we also got 30 flirts (see evidence below). And yes those 30 flirts are from the same computer bots that can send people hundreds and hundreds of fictitious email messages. If you thought that women were dropping at your feet because you joined MysteryFlirt think again it's all a bogus string of lies. The flirts are used to make you believe that women want to hook up with you, all you need to do is pull out your credit card and purchase credits to communicate with these women. What they don't tell you is that there aren't any women sending you flirts, everything is one big fat lie!

(Screenshot of 30 flirts that we received.)

Our Profile Is Empty Why Would Women Send Us Emails?

And here is even more evidence that will make you realize the gravity of their lies. We've taken a screenshot of our profile page. The reason we took a screenshot is to show you that the profile page were using for this review is empty. We haven't uploaded any profile photos and we haven't filled out any of the personal information but surprise, surprise we still got bombarded with 270 to email messages! And as you know we got bombarded with 30 flirts. All of it is 100% phony, all of it used as a deceptive marketing tactic to trick us and snare us into wanting to upgrade and purchase credits. Does anyone really think that 272 different women would go out of their way to send emails to a guy who doesn't even have one single picture on his profile page?This website is all a mirage, it looks like a legitimate place to meet horny women but it's not!

The owners of Mystery Flirt are doing everything they can think of to sucker you so they can make millions of pounds off of gullible web users.

( Screenshot of our profile page showing we don't have any pictures on it.)

Proof Of Where Some Of The Artifical Profile Photos Are Taken From

We've included even more evidence. We use a technology called reverse image searching using Google that enables us to identify where some of the fake profiles are stealing the photographs from. We've listed the websites including the offending phony profile pages below. This will all be included as evidence to show you even more so that MysteryFlirt.com is hoodwinking you.

(Screenshot of a profile page using a stolen image from an amateur adult star.)

  • http://www.drsnysvet.cz/wp-content/gallery/cubky559-zv/06.jpg
  • https://78.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lx2j0rPMI61qi2oz2o1_500.jpg
  • https://thumbs3.imgbox.com/42/2c/acdPQLiR_t.jpg
  • http://pyboobs.com/wp-content/uploads/tumblr_mhhc61jXIR1s2yixwo1_400.jpg
  • http://boobslovin.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/tumblr_lzi090W6I61r4stb5o1_500.jpg
  • https://thumbs3.imgbox.com/9b/2f/8k7kcMbQ_t.jpg
  • http://cdn.shesfreaky.com/galleries/Ub8M7fS6oFj/3f12aeadf9e6d8ee5e8cb7020ecdce89.jpg
  • http://i2.imagetwist.com/th/19560/3yhhtt6y0urm.jpg
  • http://www.nextdoortease.com/your-caitlynn-teen-candid/9.jpg
  • http://www.hush-hush.com/1stTeen/thumbs/43001-44000/1stTeen43188.jpg

(Screenshot of a profile page using a stolen image of a model.)

  • https://thecaptives.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/i-hate-mondays-18_thumb.jpg?w=599&h=772

The Terms And Conditions Explains Exactly How They Lie & Scam All Of Us

 In the terms and conditions page of MysteryFlirt they have reiterated what was on the homepage. They admit that the website is not designed to bring people together. They also confessed that they use fictive profiles which is another word for fictitious. And they continue on stating that they "send messages through the self-created profiles that they are responsible for building". And lastly they confess that "physical contact with these fictitious profiles isn't possible". You can read the most important parts of the terms and conditions page below or click on this link and read it directly on their website.

  • 8.4 This Website or Service is for adult entertainment purposes; it is not our aim to bring physical appointments/contact between members. You are aware and agree that we may use moderated and fictive profiles for online adult entertainment purposes. We expressly reserve the right to send messages to this site by self-created profiles. Physical contact with these fictive profiles is not possible. We deny ourselves of all liability to the extent that is allowed by the law and we assume no warranty for any kind of damage or inconvenience caused by our Service.9

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone: +31 85 4000597 (09:00 – 17:00)
  • Addresses: Midsummer Online B.V.: Zutphenseweg 51, 7418 AH in Deventer, the Netherlands
  • Email: [email protected]
  • A warning that any charges made on your credit card will appear under "Pay.nl * Midsummer +31854000597 NLD".
  • Web Page: Contact Page

Final Decision:

 We think we've done a great job at exposing Mstery Flirt as an intentional deception and an outright fraud. There is nothing legitimate about this website, all of it's fake and used to get into your pocketbook.

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 Comments 10 comments

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  • Moody90 says:

    How come it is allowed to carry on making money off lonely people if it is a scam site its not right if its being investigated it should be made public

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