XMeeting.com Was Created To Scam You, Find Out How

 Jun, 16 - 2014   32 comments   Scams

Website Details:

XMeeting.com home page


  • $29.95 for a monthly subscription to the site.
  • $59.95 for a 3 month subscription to the site.
  • $99.95 for a 6 month subscription to the site.


  • Dating Center:  In this section of the site you can see everything from your matches, messages sent to you. You can also see who viewed you as well as who you checked out.
  • Search: You can search based on country location, city location, age and if you are online.
  • Cams:  This is a paid service where you can watch live paid cam models direct from their bedroom.


This is another site run by the people behind HornyAffairs.com, and FlirtHookup.com. All 3 sites are basically the same, the only thing that has changed is a few graphics and the name of the website, but all of the features and functionality are exactly the same.

How You Get Duped Into Buying A Monthly Subscription

This website uses a multitude of different tactics to deceive and trick you into paying for a monthly subscription to the dating service.   Some of these deceptions include fake women, sending out fake email messages, making it appear as if local women are viewing your profile, and also making it appear as if local women "like you".

Fake Messages

 If you look at the evidence below, those are just two of the countless females that have sent us email messages through the websites email service. You can read any email messages on the site however if you try to reply back to the messages you get sent to the payment page where you are asked to upgrade and purchase a monthly or 3 months or 12 month membership. This is how this site makes their money, they send fake email messages that look as if they're coming from local women interested in hooking up with you, and if you try to reply back of the messages you get sent to the upgrade page where you need to purchase a monthly subscription. Of course the whole thing is a complete waste of time because there is no real women sending your email messages, it's one big fraud.



She Likes Me!

Another part of the trickery is their use of the "Likes You" section of the site. If you see the evidence we have below you will see that the women who apparently "like" our profile are very attractive, some of them are topless and others completely nude. Logically it doesn't make any sense that these women would need to use a dating service in order to meet men for fun. Our only conclusion is that these women are not actually real, they are fake. This is all done with computer programming, no women are interested in you once again. It's all a con to trick you into paying for a monthly membership.

likes you

Who Viewed You

Yet another part of the deception is who "Viewed You". As you can see from the evidence below once again all of these women are very attractive and have absolutely no need to be on this type of dating site. So why are they viewing my profile, it's because they are not real local women. This site is involved in the creation of fake dating profiles. If you were to click on any of the photographs of the women who supposedly viewed our profile it would take you to their profile which is completely fabricated, this includes age and location of the girl and all other photographs in that profile. It's all part of their deception to get you to purchase a paid membership so you can communicate back to the women who supposedly like you, which they don't because they don't really exist.


All the allegations that we have stated above can be backed up with real evidence. This includes fake dating profiles and phony email messages. XMeeting.com discusses how they use and fabricate fake profiles and send and reply to email messages using automated computer programs. The evidence to their frauds can be found in their terms page under section I6. 

Here is the part of the terms and agreement (shown below) that discusses the use of fake profile, automated emails. They also admit to paying people to interact with you!

'"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 XMEETING.COM, 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..

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: 10 Terry Ave N. Seattle WA 98109 USA
  • IP Address Of Server:
  • Name Servers: NS-946.AWSDNS-54.NET, NS-215.AWSDNS-26.COM, NS-1368.AWSDNS-43.ORG, NS-1584.AWSDNS-06.CO.UK

Contact Information :

  • Phone: 1 661 705-5088
  • Address: Island House, Grande Rue, St Martins, Guernsey, Channel Islands, GY4 6RU
  • Amory Building, Victoria Road, Basseterre, St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

It is a scam and the evidence as well as their own words clearly shows fraud, look elswhere to search for real local women.

Search For Females

If you want to find real women, then look at these legit dating sites.


We have written a new updated more detailed review on XMeeting.com that you can read here.

File A Report

  • Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.

 Comments 32 comments

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  • Naughty Sonu says:

    hi who interested any body plz contact on Facebook or my gmail account [email protected]

  • kazem says:

    heloo.iwant picture girl18-45

  • Tanisha says:

    Wish I had known about this before. Would have saved me a lot of money! Looked so real and tempting. I guess there is a sucker born every minute.

  • Jay says:

    Great site.

  • Ron says:

    Yep, this site is a major scam.  These women do not exist.  Save your money and go to a ligit site.  You'll received so many emails of young local women who supposedly want to hook up.  Take a good look at these women…why would they need to be on a dating site, these women would have no problem finding a date.  I believe it's a front one, for guys to waste $29.95 for a months membership and figure it out because you'll never get a response from these women who supposedly "are interested and like you",  and to sign up for these cam girls.  Complete rip-off.

  • Jack says:

    I thought I'd bumped into heaven when all these really nice chics wanted to be with me (I'm 68) and they live in my relatively small area…thanks for the update!

  • john hare says:

    Every one of these 'sites',ie,horny affairs,xmeet,xcheaters,flirthookup/local,are complete frauds,which alternate 'profiles,likes,friendsetc' for one reason only.To rob you & keep thieving ur money as long as possibe.I would like to screw their owners/operators in the arse with a very large pineapple.JMH

  • Kevin drummond says:

    Hi i fell for it too lol but soon realised it was a con i was senting massages to this soon called woman to find out more about her but no reply then a couple of days later i would get a message again she was from my area but the way she wrote the messages out i know they were something fishy about lol it was like a computer or foreign person was senting the messages i only payed the months subscription am glad i did all u guys out there its bullshit better going out on the piss you il have a much better chance of meeting ladys lol

    • Lydian says:

      Fake female profiles indeed.Being abroad form USA wondered about these "business women" & "architect women" excellent (perfect) written english language in ther profiles while she lives in a village near Budapest, which is not common here around. Such developped english can have only our foreign working deputates at Bruxelles… Meanwhile it turned out that these women are onle 24 hours from 24.Women usually have children to take care of.They just can't be 24 hours online.Thanks God it didn't accepted my hungarian credid card, huhh

  • Dean says:

    Been investageting this site for last couple of years. Biggest scam going. Read through the entire terms agreement. It reads like a short novel. They count on most people reading the fine print in there terms agreement. Look at section 16, they even say in so many words that every profile and photos are made up. Don't be fooled by this site that takes advantage of innocent people.i promise you as  soon as you join, you will never hear from that person again.

  • J says:

    Actually, I find that Xmeeting.com has been getting better.

    • Admin says:

      Hello J ([email protected]),

      How is XMeeting.com getting better? They are still using fake profiles and it says so right on the home page of XMeeting.com!

      And I quote:

      “I also agree to receive communications from computer generated virtual profiles, targeted to my interests, sent by XMeeting.com.”

      Nice try trying to do reputation management for XMeeting.com. Unfortunantely they are STILL NOT legitimate using virtual female member profiles. We know what you’re up trying to get rid of this review of XMeeting.com as well as the XCheaters.com review and trying to push down our reviews on Google. It will not work, Google is too smart for you and on top of that we are TELLING THE TRUTH. You on the other hand are getting paid to market online scams. We found your “Agora” internet marketing profile on a webmaster forum. Take a look in the mirror sir. XMeeting.com is ripping off 1000s of people are you are part of it…

    • gefuser says:

      Really. I posted a profile with no picture, said I was 5'0" tall and left every other box prefer not to say. My description said Not risking it I have heard too many bad review. Since then I have been liked by 3 people what a load of bollocks


  • J says:

    Datingbusters.com doesn't even have legitimate contact information.  Datingbusters.com is the apparent scam pushing its own dating site and internet trolling its competitors.  lol

    • Admin says:

      And XMeeting creates fake profiles. Don’t try to put the blame on Dating Busters we are exposing XMeeting for what it is. You must work for them right? Or you get paid to do seo work for them?  Everyone knows that they use “virtual profiles”. How are we a scam you moron?  Because we use an aol email addres? LOL, sorry bt people are much too smart to fall for your lies. Once anyone joins XMeeting it takes 5 minutes to see we’re telling the truth about them. Go do some good in the world instead of working for companies that prey on people.

  • J says:

    All you guys have is an online form with no address on it. https://www.datingbusters.com/contact/.

    You guys are hyocrites just internet trolling other sites.  Your public bulletin board is a sham of biased information designed implicitly to promote your own commercial interests.  Datingbusters.com is not an open forum of discussion and reviews like Tripadvisor and Yelp.  Rather, its just a sham of partisanship and hypocrisy.

  • J says:

    People, Datingbusters.com is not a transparent organization.  Xmeeting.com is open about their ownership.  Datingbusters.com is not.  Datingbusters.com's management are apparent hypocrites.

    • Admin says:

      XMeeting.com uses fake “virtual profiles and it says it on the home page of their site ” I understand & accept them.
      I also agree to receive email newsletters, account updates, special offers and communications from computer generated virtual profiles, targeted to my interests, sent by XMeeting.com.” Why would XMeeting xreat fake profiles, see section i6 of their terms page for more prooof of this. Why would any dating site create fake profiles? Not for the benefit of the web user. So get lost with your bullshit claims about Dating Busters not being transparent. XMeeting is using fake profiles they create and that’s all that anyone needs to know!

    • Arthur says:


      How much is xmeeting.com paying you to stooge for them?!

  • Ydnar Srebla says:

    another fuck up, set up ,,,,,huh !

  • bobtale says:

    Back in 2013 I also tested the waters at XMeeting.

    i responded to a "I really like your profile" in which I only quoted my age to be 81, to this beauty of 18 years old.

    following got another message saying exactly the same message.

    i did again to another young beauty, got the same result.

    thats when I realised I was talking to a computer/program.

    it doesn't take much to wake up to scams like that.


  • Eng says:

    My mate went to meet someone he met online and got mugged

  • Hunter says:

    This site was fake as fuck use pof 

  • anila says:

    i saw tht my husband is sign in xmeeting.com and I asked him if he register he says never how comes tht they can sign in with his email address but he didn't fill up the whole profile iam worried is he telling true he didn't sign in or xmeeting done this and send him likes profiles.

    • Admin says:

      He may not have signed in sometime the site has a was of creating a fake profile for you using your email address. It’s happened to us.

      • anila says:

        dear administration,

        my husband said he didn't register online how it comes he living in hayes but showing hounslow london and his nickname like on email addresd date of birth is add like on site is 1.1.1985  when u registerfirst time it's mention 1.1 1985 is not his real date of birrh plz help.me is tht happend from xmeetIng make his profile. I willwait for ur reply thank u.

  • anila says:

    plz reply to me I mention about where he is living how they know when he didn't register himself. plz

  • anila says:

    hey admin,

    why u not replyIng???

  • greg says:

    At the moment a firm called National Inkasso is acting on behalf of xmeeting and asking me to pay them an amount of money which keeps changing all the time from $243 to as little as $43, because they reckon I left the renewal notice on for the dating site X Meetig. They are a debt collecting agency and have been emailing and hasseling me since last year also saying that it will cost me so much more if I don't pay them now (via a pay pal link which they have included in every email they have sent me)  if we have to go to court, fairdinkum its a real pain in the arse. I know I turn the renewal notification off but they are insisting that I left it on, plus this goes back 3 years ago when I was in the site for 3 months only as thats all I wanted  to afford,I also went in to a few ohter dating sites as well  I got a bit carried away being an old bloke with a bad head and getting emails of lovely ladies,the thing is though I had to get my bank to  put a stop my visa card  as they the dating sites were double dipping and in one case triple dipped my account but the good news is that I got the bank to get the money back which I thought was cool ay. But I still have to put up with these bastards hasseling me though. Nice to know there is a site like this that keeps an eye out for us, thanks. 

  • Rob says:

    Apparently I was a member of this site in 2013. I have archived old emails, and found that I have been receiving emails from National Inkasso is acting on behalf of xmeeting and asking me to pay them an amount of money which keeps changing all the time from $186to as little as $57. Strange, since I was only a member for one month, and have received no messages from XMeeting since 2013. I, like Greg, got carried away with OLD, being, I suspect of a similar age. Working in computer related areas, I eventually realised it was a con and cancelled my debit card. Back in 2013, I attempted to cancel membership to the site, but, despite going over everything with a fine tooth comb, I was unable to find a way to end my association with them. Thanks to this site for offering a way to warn others about this pain in the arse site.

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