Datingaffair.com Has Been Conning People For 10 Years & Still Is
Posted on March 21, 2016 | By Dating Critic | 1 response
Summary Of The Scam:
- Imaginary Female Members Being Used To Scam People
- Deceitful Chat Messages Sent From Computer Bot Programs
- Deceitful Email Messages Sent From Computer Bots Programs
- Paid Persons (Employees & Contractors) Used To Sell Monthly Memberships
- You Can't Hook Up With "Online Cupids"
Imaginary Female Members Designed To Fool People:
Datingaffair.com markets itself as a dating site to have affairs on, but is it true? The very thing you should know is that almost every female profile on their web site is ungenuine (not a real person). This is not our opinion but a genuine fact that we learned about while we were joining the site.
A message was on Datingaffair.com's registration page stating that "Online Cupids" are fantasy profiles operated by the site. What a shock is was to learn that they use fake women on their site. But, since the web site's own admission tell us they are making up profiles it must be true. But why on earth would they make up fake profiles? A couple of reason from what we have learned through our research. The first one being that real women are much less likely to join an "affair dating site" than men are, because men are much more likely to cheat on their spouse than women are. That means much less women compared to men on Datingaffair.com. Without women there is no dating service so the operators of this site came up with the great idea of designing and making up profiles. This solves their problem of no real women joining their site. Of course the only drawback is that almost none of the ladies you see in the search results are real members. And… Their own terms page confess that they're creating a matrix of fake girls (Online Cupids).
Taken from the terms page in section 9 c 1:
"THIS SITE USES FANTASY PROFILES CALLED ONLINE CUPIDS®: You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious and operated by the Site or its contractors. These profiles and related messages are conspicuously labeled with the Online Cupids logo . You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the Online Cupids® service profiles do not pertain to any actual person, but are included for entertainment and educational purposes only. Life events, experiences, interests, and geographic locations are fictitious. Nothing contained in any Online Cupids® service profile or message is intended to describe or resemble any real person – living or dead. Any similarity between Online Cupids® user profile descriptions or images and any person is purely coincidental..
Deceitful Chat Messages Sent From Computer Bot Programs:
Unfortunately all messages we got were fake. And we know for certain they were not genuine women typing to us because every single one of the instant messages had the "Online Cupid" logo on it. How they get away with this type of fraudulent behavior we have no clue but it's a fact. And they have been getting a way with it for a very long time possibly since, 2006 when their domain name was registered. That's 10 years of computer bots trying to get into peoples wallets. Ho many millions of dollars have they made in the past 10 years using deceiving chat messages disguised as legitimate people?
FYI, an easy way to identify if a chat message is being sent to you from an "Online cupid" is to check for the logo . Once you realize it's not a real person just close the window, easy.
Taken from the terms page in section 9 c 1:
Deceitful Email Messages Sent From Computer Bots Programs:
A Couple Of Things You Need To Be Clearly Aware Of:
- These have been prewritten and these the computer system uses the pre written email messages and sends them to whoever joined Datingaffair.com.
- Try to write something to the bot to test them such as "Who is the president of the United States?" or "The world is flat", watch what they say. Chances are you will get the wrong answer because they're artificial and not real life human beings, but they do use real humans sometimes (read more on real life humans in the next section).
Taken from the terms page section 9 c 1:
Paid Persons (Employees & Contractors) Used To Sell Monthly Memberships:
Unfortunately these con artists have thought of almost everything, every way possible to convince you that you're being contacted by real women. Another way they get people to pay for the privilege of communicating with other members is to pay people to chat and communicate with you. In their own terms page they reveal that they use contractors to send messages to people! Don't get taken in by the idea that since the person you are talking to is a real human they are NOT trying to con because chances they are being paid to do just that.
Taken from the terms page section 9 c 1 :
"You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious and operated by the Site or its contractors. Messages sent from our Online Cupids® service may be generated by third-parties hired or contracted by us. Please also note that a single Online Cupid contractor may be involved with more than one (1) profile on our Site."
You Can't Hook Up With "Online Cupids":
Guess what the terms and conditions clearly says that you cannot meet up with the people (contractors) that operate the fake profiles called "Online Cupids". They say the messages you receive is for your entertainment. The messages we received weren't for entertainment but too pull a fast one on us but we know the truth. We refuse to support a con that's being on for 10 years.
Taken from the terms page section 9 d :
"You understand, acknowledge, and agree that no physical meeting will ever take place between you and the individuals providing our Online Cupids® service, and that the exchange of messages between you and the Online Cupids® profile is for entertainment purposes, as well as to encourage further or broader participation in our site's services and/or to monitor user activities."
How To Contact The Site:
- By Phone: 1-888-649-9178
- By Email: [email protected], [email protected]
- By Web Site: Cheatingcougars.com/support
- By Address: Dositheou, 42 Strovolos, P.C. 2028, Nicosia, Cyprus
How To Cancel Your Trial & Monthly Membership:
If you want to cancel your paid trial or monthly subscription to this site you can use the various methods that we have listed below to do so.
- Cancel By Email: [email protected]
- Cancel On Site: Datingaffair.com/help/help.php
- Cancel By Phone: 1-888-649-9178
- Cancel By Mail: D Athinodorou, 3, Dasoupoli, Strovolos, Nicosia – Cyprus
Domain Registrant Info:
- Registrant Name: Name Manager
- Registered: on July 10, 2006
- Hosting Company: DENIRO MARKETING, LLC
- Hosting Location: 6777 Embarcadero Dr, Suite #3, Stockton, CA, 95219, US
- Ip address: 220.127.116.11
- Name servers: NS1.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS2.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS3.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS4.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM
- Registrant Email: [email protected]
- Registrant Phone: 44.1908200022
Other Sites On Same IP Servers:
- Unique Daily Visitors: 25,667
- Unique Monthly Visitors: 770,000
(traffic statistics from September 2015 to February 2016)
Datingaffair.com has all the functionality of a dating service but without real life females, this site is worthless. The review proved to us that we had no real humans contacting us, just "Online Cupids". We refuse to support a con that's being running on for 10 years.
Find Legitimate Women Here:
If you want to find real women on genuine dating sites go here.
File Consumer Complaints & Report Abuse:
- Contact the FTC: File a consumer complaint to report financial losses as a result of purchasing a subscription to this service.
- Contact the hosting provider: site: none email: [email protected], [email protected] or call: 1-209-477-7676.