NaughtyFlings.com proclaims that naughty girls are closer than you think. They probably are, but is this the site to find them? The online dating scene is saturated with hookup sites and very few of them are legit. I was anxious to see if this site would pass an investigation. The sexy brunette on the deep pink cover page is inviting and so is the supposed members that are shown at the bottom. The women were hot and looked too good to be true, but I was optimistic because I didn’t see any negative signs yet. That changed when I was redirected to a completely different site and it just got worse after that. Read my full review below for details and you are sure to agree that this should not be your dating site of choice.
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After indicating my sex, the sex I was looking for, their age range, and my zip code; I was asked for my birth date, e-mail address, password, and nickname. This is when I found out that NaughtyFlings was not even a site. I was redirected to a site called Mate1.com. This is where you fill out profile information like your headline, hair color, height, body type, occupation, and more. A new message alert popped up the moment I got in and it was from a gorgeous girl who looked like a model. I anticipated the next thing that would happen, and I was right. I tried to reply and I was told that I had to upgrade my membership. This showed me that the message I received was obviously just baiting to get me to pay.
I began to browse the profiles and I started to receive multiple chat requests. They were popping up so much that it was distracting. I received 12 e-mail messages in less than 5 minutes and 14 hot girls were supposedly interested in me. I have rarely seen a hookup site that is this aggressive with their con. If you have ever been to a real dating site, you know that you don’t receive this many messages from real girls the moment you arrive. You might receive a few, but this was unrealistic and a red flag that this site was not legit.
Most of the profiles looked too good to be true and there seemed to be a few unattractive ones thrown in here and there to appear authentic. You have the choice of e-mail, flirt, chat or add them to your hotlist. Your only search options are at the top. They are age range, distance, body type, education, and ethnicity. The advanced options open up criteria like eye color, height, religion, food preference, exercise habits, education, income, and more.
You can get a 3-day trial for $1.95, but all you get are more of those bait type messages that are obviously fake the entire length of your trial until you are charged a full month. The monthly membership charge is one of the highest I have seen on a dating site at $44.95 a month. You can save 50% if you pay for 3 months for $74.97. This comes out to $24.99 a month. The best value is a 6-month plan for $119.94. This comes out to $19.99 and still way too expensive for this site. Any site that creates fake profiles and sends you fake messages is not a site that is worth the money, especially a site this expensive. Some of the best dating sites don’t even charge this much.
If you want proof that the messages and chat requests you receive on Mate1.com are fake, check out their terms and conditions. Read section 14 titled Online Ambassadors. This is the name they give to the fake profiles created by their employees who communicate with members. This explains the barrage of messages and chat requests.
Never trust a site that uses terms like Online Ambassadors, Fantasy Cuties, Online Cupid, or any other term like it. Meanwhile, my number of fake messages is up to 33 and there are supposedly 63 women interested in me. It’s way too expensive to find out how many of these are real.
Let’s face it, the scam websites exist, and you need to stay away from them. The full list of scams exposed is right here.