RubMaps Review: Possible Legal Trouble, Not Happy Ending Massages!

I’ve got a real bone to pick with the happy ending massage site RubMaps – pun intended. Some claim that this is Yelp reviews site of happy endings, but I disagree. If you’ve ever been tempted to get an erotic massage, then you need to read this review. Rubmaps.com is not what you think and using it can lead to some really awful things.

I know, that’s not what you’d expect to hear but it’s my personal opinion and the truth. I’ll give you a few strong reasons why it’s in your best interest to avoid this site. Trust me, you’ll be glad that you took the time to read this review of Rubmaps.com.

Rubmaps Reviews

My Rubmaps Report – Full Rundown

I dove right into this Asian massage parlor directory in order to uncover everything that I learned about the site. I tested it while in the Miami, FL area which is why all the screenshots showcase South Florida massage locations. Keep in mind that Miami is one of the most densly populated locations for this type of stuff. I’d also like to add that it’s awfully risky for so many reasons (shared below). At any rate, let me share what I learned with you.

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Shady Message

So, the first thing that I’d like to bring to your attention is that when reviewing this site, I ended up first seeing some strange message that although the website has been operating since 2010, they are temporarily suspending operations to all users based in the United States. They also claim that the site’s been blocked to all US-based users.

Rubmaps.com Terms

I don’t know about you, but this is perhaps the biggest red flag I’ve ever seen in my life. They’re basically saying, “Hey, we might be doing something totally illegal, so we’re shutting down.” That should be enough for anyone to want to completely avoid this website. Anyway, that’s the start and it’s a bad one at that.

I clicked in, agreed to the terms and moved forward with my RubMaps review.

Terms Are Ridiculous

The next thing I decided to do was check out the terms and conditions of Rubmaps.com. The terms are so long and there is a bunch of legal jargon that you’ll want to understand. Now, one thing that really is crazy is the very first set of terms shown on this site. They make mention that you are agreeing to refrain from using the site for “sex money exchange services,” “Adult services or products,” “Services or products to enhance sexual experience,” and a laundry list of MANY other things which incorporate guns, nude modeling, drugs, egg donoring, and so much more.

Let’s get one thing straight, this site attempts to share the prices and services provided by (most of the time disgusting, fat, unattractive) massage therapists. Many of which are related to sexual services in exchange for money.

They make mention of some things that the massage parlors are forbidden or prohibited from doing. Far as I’m concerned, it’s absurd.

They Will Not Protect You

Based on what I read, the site assumes zero responsibility for any of the happy ending location details, reviews, opinions, or advice. They obviously will not protect you if something happens to you as Rubmaps claims to not be responsible for any of it. There’s no way that I’m going to pay for a service that will not protect me and stand behind me in the event that I have an issue.

The Membership

Rubmaps offers a monthly membership that will cost you $14.95 per month. It’s a VIP Membership that rebills every 30 days. They also offer a $99 annual fee which is a non-recurring fee.

Unless you want to be known for paying for a subscription that undoubtedly shows interest in connecting with local massage parlors willing to sell sexual services for money, then I’d not register!

Massage Therapist Information

I dove into the site and learned quite a bit (of things that made me want to avoid it) and I’m telling you right now, this site is not one you want to use. So, what I did was take a look at the local spas in Miami.

Each of the listings showcased the location, provider, and prices. So, what they are essentially doing is admitting to accepting money for sexual favors.

Assuming that you don’t want to upgrade to a premium membership, then you’re going to have to dodge all the banner ads from the sponsors.

Closed Spa Reviews

I went as far as looking into a massage parlor that I’ve driven by and learned that it was listed as closed. I know that it was closed because it got raided and was on the news. Now, the issues I have here is that all these people leaving reviews have openly admitted to paying for sex services at the massage parlor and the local law enforcement can go ahead and obtain that information about you.

In other words, paying for massage services and reporting them on websites like Rubmaps is a horrible idea.

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Hidden Cameras

Do not forget that some of these shady massage parlors might have hidden cams setup. They may be able to easily catch you doing something illegal and if they get raided, you better believe that you’ll be heading to jail along with the massage therapists. Yes, all thanks to listening to patrons on Rubmaps.com.

Lastly, I’ve like to add that I came across a site claiming that Rubmaps.com was fake. Perhaps it is. I don’t know but I know it’s as shady as can be.

Rubmaps is fake

Conclusion: Avoid RubMaps, Casually Date Instead

Look, if you’re looking to hook up or just have a no strings attached sexual experience you don’t have to look to pay for massage parlor services. Whether the reviews at Rubmaps are real or not, it’s just not worth the trouble. You’re far better off joining a dating site that works to connect people for sex. There are tons of them out there. Whatever you do, just please do not use one of those awful escort review sites (like Erotic Monkey) either. You’ll be in far more legal trouble if you do.

Casual dating sites are 100% legal, mutual, and you don’t have to pay for sex. What’s not to love? Check some out by heading back to the homepage.

Latest Update: It has just come to my attention that Aampmaps is now officially redirecting to Rupmaps. While I haven’t covered much about aampmaps, it’s a similar site and something that you’re better off not knowing about. At any rate, I felt the need to share that information with you considering the sites are working with one another. Don’t believe the hype!

Aampmaps homepage

If you come across any other sites redirecting to rubmaps.com please let me know as I want to let all readers know about these shady tactics.

BREAKING NEWS – Update: I recently got wind that the police decided to head over at Rubmaps.com injunction with other local law enforcement to help shut down the Jupiter, FL massage spa that ultimately might take down Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots (not really, but that’s how I feel right about now).

The news station WPTV reported that they were not planning on investigating it until they heard about the consumers ranting and raving about the Orchids of Asia Day Spa and the services that people got.

The sting location:

Orchids of Asia Day Spa
103 South US Highway 1
Jupiter, FL

Video of Robert Kraft being charged:

The massages costs roughly $80 for full service:

One other thing you need to know about this case is that the phone number of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa is actually connected to a number of other spas as well.

That said, you’re really not safe using RubMaps or attempting to visit any of these Asian massage parlors, period!

Final Verdict: I feel bad for the people involved here, including any women that may have been detained as that’s not what I believe in and one of the reasons why I avoid this entirely. There’s no need to use Rub Maps or any type of site like this when you can connect with someone for free that’s mutually willing to fool around, maybe even bang.

6 thoughts on “RubMaps Review: Possible Legal Trouble, Not Happy Ending Massages!”

  1. Most of these “masseurs” are not so much prostitutes as victims of sex trafficking! Customers beware, you are choosing to participate in slavery!

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    • You know this based on what? You did extensive on the ground research? You have talked to some of these masseuses (a masseur is a man)? Korean women travel to the US on a visa waiver precisely to work in these places where they can get more money than they make at home.

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      • I think you’re looking at this through rose colored glasses a bit my friend. Certainly there are individuals that come to America to start reputable services. Heck, it wouldn’t surprise me if some folks intend to come over here to offer exclusively therapeutic massages, targeting people to come see them through provocative advertising with no intentions of providing any illegal services just to attract customers.

        That said, there is a stunning amount of human trafficking throughout the world, and many complacent Americans find it easier to think that these acts don’t work their way into our piece of the world. Hop on your preferred search engine and look up something non-incriminating like “Korean work visa for massage”. You’ll be hard pressed to find any articles making claims that this is safe or even viable work.

        I’m not here to try to cast shame or even try to change any opinions really, but I do recommend doing some light to moderate research on the topic and forming some well informed opinions for yourself. If you find contrasting information to what I have, please share! I would love to find out that I’m wrong about this, or possibly overshadowing a large population of legit non-native run massage parlors.

        Best wishes, and stay safe. To the OP, thank you for the well researched review,

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  2. I definitely agree that using these kinds of sites is a terrible idea and that going to Asian massage parlors is ethically wrong and incredibly stupid. I also think the idea of finding someone on one of those dating sites is great but I think the reason these men seek out prostitution is that they are married or in relationships and they want a guarantee that the person they hook up with will not mess up their life. When I was in college I met someone through one of the big dating sites like match.com. She was beautiful, sweet and I felt like we really connected. We went on one date and hooked up that night. The following week was hell. She became a completely different person, calling and texting me all day as well as saying things that made me very uncomfortable. She even went so far as to stalk me, showing up to some of my classes when she was not a student at the school. I told her that I did not want to see her anymore, that she was making me feel uncomfortable and she became vindictive. She spread lies about me and did her best to ruin my life. Luckily she gave up after a few weeks. Anytime you meet someone through a site like that, or at a bar or anywhere that you form a mutual sexual relationship with someone there is the chance of something like this happening. I do not condone the actions of these despicable men and I do not condone the actions of anyone who cheats on their significant other (may karma strike them down swiftly). I am merely saying that from an anthropological perspective I believe this is why they seek out a prostitute, because there is no chance of emotional attachment and no chance that that person will show up at their door or contact their significant other.

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  3. I use it all the time and have NEVER had a problem. I see nothing wrong with getting a good massage and a happy ending. I always walk out feeling much better. Way cheaper then a wife too. Our local LEA has a policy that happy endings are ok but not sex. They raid the sex places every few years. Funny thing is in a few months after the raid another MP opens up in the same location.

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