Get The Lowdown On How Nakedlocals.com Is Trying To Screw You Over
Posted on June 7, 2017 | By Dating Critic | 1 response
Summary Of The Scam:
- The Creation Of Virtual Profiles Named Online Cupids Is Done By The Website's Employees
- Artificial Emails Created By Computers Then Emailed To Members Of The Site
- Artificial Instant Messages Created By Computers Then Sent To Members Of The Site
- Third Party Contractors Are Paid To Lie To You
- Meeting Up With The Virtual Profiles Isn't Possible
The Creation Of Virtual Profiles Named Online Cupids Is Done By The Website's Employees:
This shouldn't be part of any conversation but we need to scream from the roof tops everything that's happening that you're not aware of. First off is the super hot girls that are at every turn on Nakedlocals.com, EVERYWHERE!
You can't look at any profile without it being faux (fake). How can you tell when a profile is false? It's super easy, just look for the words "Online Cupid" . When you see those words then you know you're looking at something that's been fabricated by the web site's employees. These aren't real profiles and are there strictly for marketing purposes. What type of marketing you ask? It's essentially to drive you to the payment page to upgrade. If you find a sexy girl on Naked Locals and you try to initiate a conversation with her it's not doable unless you have a paid monthly subscription to the site. This is the number one reason why the site has been flooded with "Online Cupid" profiles.This is not just our opinion it's an absolute fact that we read in the terms page that we found in section 9.c.
Taken from the terms page section 9.c:
"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. . Our Online Cupids® service is part of Our efforts to 1) monitor the use of Our services, to enforce Our policies; 2) educate users regarding the Site's various features, options and communication tools; 3) stimulate conversat… 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."
Artificial Emails Created By Computers Then Emailed To Members Of The Site:
Another huge problem on this website is the sad reality that the websites own staff are responsible for sending artificial email messages. The email messages aren't written by the employees they are created by high-tech computers that then email those faux messages to members who have registered on the site. If you're a member of Nakedlocals.com and you started getting a flurry of email messages rest assured that those email messages are being sent through the "Online Cupids (phony profiles).
The artificial messages are used like a marketing strategy. The website knows that you as a dating user are going to try and read email messages that you get from other members. The only drawback to reading messages on this site is the reality that you need to upgrade and the number one problem with upgrading is you're going to be paying to read artificial email messages sent from computer bot systems. Yet again all of this is outlined in the terms page of the website. The quickest way to spot a phony profile is to look for the Online Cupid logo as you see here on the email message that you were sent.
Taken from the terms page section 9c.1:
Artificial Instant Messages Created By Computers Then Sent To Members Of The Site:
Instant messages work in the exact same method. The messages are all artificial just like the email messages are and used as a marketing tool. When an instant message was received and we tried to reply back we were met with a pop up message stating that we needed to upgrade our membership to send instant messages to other members. If you take a look at the top of any instant message you personally got you will notice that it says "Online Cupid". This tells you that the message was sent from a made up virtual profile manufactured by the site. All of this is corroborated and proven in the terms page where their admission of guilt shows that they use computer-generated messages.
Taken from the terms page:
Meeting Up With The Virtual Profiles Is Not Possible:
Also found on the terms pages is there admission that you can't meet up with the Online Cupids profiles. This is common sense but it just goes to show that the website knows exactly what they're doing with the fake profiles. They realize you can't have a real relationship with Online Cupids because they're non-existent members.
Taken from the terms page section 9.e:
"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."
Third Party Contractors Are Paid To Lie To You:
Besides the fictitious profiles and artificial instant messages and emails they have also confessed that they are hiring and employing for the paid services of third-party contractors. These contractors are responsible for operating the artificial profiles. They act like they are interested in you, chatting and sending you instant messages and emails. All of it's a marketing strategy designed to push you to the payment page so you will upgrade and purchase monthly subscriptions to their website. Any dating site that hires a contractor to operate phony profiles is involved in fraud in our opinion.
Taken from the terms page:
"Online Cupids® messages and/or correspondence may be generated by third-parties hired or contracted by Us."
How To Contact The Site:
- By Phone: 1-888-649-9178
- By Email: [email protected]
- By Web Site: Nakedlocals.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: Nakedlocals.com/help/help.php
- Cancel By Phone: 1-888-649-9178
- Cancel By Mail: Dositheou, 42 Strovolos, P.C. 2028, Nicosia, Cyprus
Domain Registrant Info:
- Registrant Name: Domain Name Manager
- Registered: on April 5, 2005
- Hosting Company: DENIRO MARKETING, LLC
- Hosting Location: 6777 Embarcadero Dr, Suite #3, Stockton, CA, 95219, US
- Ip address: 126.96.36.199
- Name servers: NS1.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS2.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS3.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM, NS4.CENTURIONHOSTING.COM
- Registrant Email: [email protected]
- Registrant Phone: 44.1908200022
Other Sites Connected To Nakedlocals.com:
- Unique Daily Visitors: 32,666
- Unique Monthly Visitors: 980,000
Nakedlocals.com is a despicable, reprehensible business that operates in what we would consider to be fraudulent. It looks like the are breaking the law with their brazen use of pretend women that are operated by contractors and their own employees. There is so much proof and confirmation of the site being an out right scam it's ridiculous. We have given you the truth and all the fact what you chose to do is up to you.
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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.