- $8.91 to buy a 3 day trial to the service.
- $34.95 to buy a 1 month subscription to the service.
- $83.97 to buy a 3 subscription to the service.
- $119.94 to buy a 6 subscription to the service.
- Home: Get access to anything from member tweets, featured members,newest hotties and live web cams.
- Search: You can search for people according to a persons age, gender and location.
- Messages: You can read emails.
- SMS/Text: See who sent you text messages.
- Newest: See the newest members to the site here.
- Friends network: See who is on your friends list.
LocalMilfSelfies.com is a site owned by the same people behind AffairAlert.com, Milfaholic.com and numerous other dating sites. Unfortunately every dating service that we have reviewed from these people has turned out to be a scam. Is this site any different? Read The review and find out.
Fake Chat Messages Within 20 Seconds Of Signing Up On The Site
One thing we realized right off the bat is that this website is exactly the same layout as Milfaholic.com. This is no coincidence, both sides are owned by the same dating network. Unfortunately Milfaholic was a scam and we unfortunately don't think this site will be any different. We did create our profile yesterday and today we are on the site.
Another thing that sticks out is the fact that all these women over 40 are posing nude. We understand that this is an adult dating site and nudity is going to be common. The problem is that 99% of the dating profiles on this site show women with their breasts exposed, we find that very odd. It almost seems like it's a marketing strategy strategy in order to get men to join the site. If you put yourself in a woman's shoes, do you really think that they are going to upload nude photos of themselves? Yes we are sure some will but not every single person on the site will have basically the same pose?
Reverse Image Search Detected Fake Dating Profiles
After using an app called TinyEye (a reverse image search tool) we were able to identify that many of the dating profile pictures on this site are also located on various amateur adult sites. One example is below in which the female circled in yellow is also located on an amateur adult site called Xxxonxxx.com.
A large majority of the pictures that we did a reverse image search on actually were on amateur sites and forums. This is a very strong indicator that these women are not real whatsoever and their images have being copied from the amateur sites and then use on dating profiles on this site. You then we need to ask yourself who would benefit from the use of so many fake profiles on this dating site? Yes there could be online romance scammers on the site, but it seems like a large majority of the time it's the dating site itself that's involved in the creation of fake dating profiles to make it appear as if the site is full of hot milfs looking to hook up with guys for fun.
You see in order for you to communicate back to any of these milfs in the photos you do need to upgrade to a paid monthly subscription and this is where the site definitely benefits from having fake profiles on the site.
(profile found on LocalMilfSelfies.com is also located on an adult image site)
(the exact same photo was found on XXXonXXX.com, right here)
The Terms & Conditions
In the terms and conditions the site admits that they do have fictitious persons called "Ambassadors", which is basically a fake person that the web site creates and uses in order to send you fake emails, phony instant messages and fake text messages. From their own words this is what they say on the terms and conditions page:
Hosting Server Info:
- Address Of Host: 550 W. Baseline Rd Ste 102-302 Mesa AZ 85210 USA
- IP Address Of Server: 188.8.131.52
- Name Servers: NS1.POWERZX.COM, NS2.POWERZX.COM
Contact Information :
- Addresses: Heywood House, South Hill Anguilla
Be careful if you plan on using this site. We suggest you read section 11 of the terms and conditions so you know how site operates. Remember if it seems to good to be true it probably is.
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File A Report
- Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.