Dirty Tinder Site Review: Five Scams To Understand

I feel bad for people out there that haven’t got a clue when it comes to hookups. There are quite a few dirty tinder scams that are taking place today which you 100% need to be aware of. I’m not going to lie, they’re so common that it’s almost impossible for me to keep up with. So I can only imagine how difficult it is for someone with less experience than myself.

The good news is that I’m here to share everything I know about the Dirty Tinder website, copycat sites and so much more. Trust me, you’re going to want to read this for sure. It just might say you a whole lot of drama, headache, and cash.

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My Dirty Tinder Review Reveals The Truth

Before I get started, I want to let you know that this website is not associated with the original Tinder app. It’s simply trying to profit off of the branding. Here’s my review of the original Tinder mobile app.

Okay, now that I’ve got that out of the way there are a few things I want to iron out here with regards to ALL the Dirty Tinder sites out there as well as dirtytinder.co. I’ve tried to share this intel in a compartmentalized and organized fashion. Here’s the dealio…

  • Crappy Redirect Sites Using Tinder Branding
  • DirtyTinder.co Posing As A Real Dating Site

That’s a basic summary of what I’ve covered below.

Here’s some more detail on each of these issues…

#1 – I’ll start with the DirtyTinder redirects.

If you’re looking for dating sites on the internet, chances are you’ll eventually end up on one of these so-called Dirty Tinder landing pages. These pages have 100% fake elements to them which you need to understand.

The first element that you need to understand is that they’re ripping the official Tinder logo and using it on their site. They want you to think that this is associated with Tinder and I can confirm that it 100% is not.

The next thing you’ll likely notice on this site is that there’s a countdown timer on the pages starting at 3:00 minutes and counting down. They want you to think that you’ve only got a limited amount of time to join. It’s all fake and complete BS.

You’ll also see that they’re asking if you’re 18 years of age along with a bunch of other questions that they throw at you. Guess what, none of them are real. In fact, they are all 100% fake questions that lead to the same page.

#2 – DirtyTinder.co Scam

Next on the list of the dirty tinder scams is one that I consider the worst of them all – dirtytinder.co. This website is awful and it’s nothing but a scam that’s trying to profit off of the GoTinder.com brand. Here’s how they do it…

Keep in mind that this is just my personal opinion and I’m only reporting what I learned during my investigation.

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When you come to this page you’re going to quickly notice that a bunch of girls photos is scrolling through at the top of the page. The website wants you to think that these girls are real members.

News flash! They definitely are not members of this dating site. So please do not join thinking you’re going to hook up with one of these nude girls. They don’t exist within the member’s area.

#3 – Typical Redirect Questions

The homepage is set up just like a traditional dating site. They want you to click on the “Enter DirtyTinder” button in blue and hopefully complete answering the questions you’re presented. In this particular case, you’re sent to another site called SexBadoo (not to be confused with the Badoo network).

They once again present you with a number of females available in the local area. They have a timer on the questionnaire and they ask stupid questions like your age, who you’ll have sex with, and things of that nature. If you’ll use a condom etc.

#4 – Another Redirect

Eventually, you’ll end up on a site called QuickFlirt.com or whatever other sites they’re trying to get you to register for. The girls on the homepage of this site are naked and taking selfies. This site that they’re pushing you to makes you agree to have your profile duplicated and the use of your personal information, in any fashion they’d like.

#5 – Fake Testimonials

fake testimonials

Circling back to the original DirtyTinder.co site, you’ll notice that the website showcases testimonials. Guess what, these are nothing but fake testimonials and stock photos that can be purchased on the Internet.

Conclusion: Everything Dirty Tinder Is A Scam

I guess the main point I want to get across to you is that anything associated with dirty tinder or the dirtytinder.co website is not legit and should not be trusted. I’ve yet to find a justifiable reason as to why people should take the time to give this a shot.

If you’re looking to hook up with some dirty locals looking to bang? Then great, I’ve got you covered. All you need to do is join one of the top hookup sites I recommend on the front page of my site. You’ll find every viable option there – front and center.

Oh, one last thing I’d like to add. This InMeNow site is no better than any dirty tinder ad on the web, so just be careful and stay focused if you want to actually get lucky and not burn through cash.

About 

Ryan Malone is a serial dater who enjoys casual flings. He created this website for all the cocksman out there looking for the best ways to find casual encounters in all the weirdest places. You can follow him on Twitter and sometimes find him posting videos with opinions on dating sites on YouTube.

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