Ok, I’m normally not one to try and use a mainstream dating website. You know this already about me if you’ve read any of my other reviews. Well, I did the unthinkable and decided to try this one out. Suffice to say, Speed Date wasn’t speedy at all! SpeedDate is what you think it is. It’s a dating website that runs with the theme of speed dating where you go through numerous potential matches in a short period of time and try to make a connection. The site creates a list of matches for you based on your interests. I was skeptical on whether or not the site was trustworthy. So I checked it out for myself. Shocker, I did not like what I found.
Don’t let the speed date gimmick fool you. This is just another site and there is nothing to separate it from the rest beside the speed date concept. What good is this concept if the women you meet on the site are not real. That’s right. This is just another dating site that does not work hook you up with anyone at all. The profiles are fake, the messages you receive are fake and they use your info to create bogus profiles to fool someone else with. Read my full report as well as my personal experience on the website. I lay out everything and exactly why Speed Date is not worth joining.
My Report Of SpeedDate.com And Everything I Hated About It
The way SpeedDate.com works is as follows: A list of matches are basically compiled for you. You go on a series of 5-minute-long dates and communicate with the girls using instant message, webcam chat or audio. It’s actually kind of a cool concept that is a lot of fun to use, but part of the fun hinges on your assumption that the site has real women. You are not going to be having quite as much fun when you realize that it will cost you a bunch to use this.
Yes, you guessed it. SpeedDate.com is not free. You can sign up, create a profile and receive messages and chat requests, but you are not able to respond until you pay the membership fee. A typical rip off is what I have to say about that. With all the snap chat dating out there, they want to charge you to message someone on this piece of shit? I think not my friend!
Another typical strategy that is common among fake sites is taking your personal information and reusing it. If you will check out their terms and conditions, you will find that they do the same. They tell you, when you sign up, that you are giving them every right to take your information and do what they please with it. What they do with it is use it to create other fake profiles.
They spit out these fake dating profiles and false members to make it seem like users exist. They use your info, so they don’t have to go to the trouble creating more themselves. Check out my personal experience below. See how I determined that this site was not genuine at all.
I must admit, I had a lot of fun with this one… at first. I wasn’t comfortable using my Facebook account to sign up so I signed up manually and the sign-up process was fairly fast and easy. I was further impressed when I got into the M.A. and saw all search functions and site features. Honestly, the flaws didn’t become clear until I checked out the terms and conditions. After learning that they reuse profile data and run virtual profiles, I knew this company wasn’t for me. However, I kept on going and documenting my process.
I went through the selection process and I was ready to “SpeedDate” with the matches that the site got ready for me. I had to pay for the membership before I was able to communicate with any of these women. This is when the fun stopped.
Being well-versed in dating girls online, I know how fake, computer automated messages are.I came to the realization that very few of the women I interacted with were real. I did talk to two girls on live chat, but they sucked. I got the feeling that they were possibly paid to be on the site. They didn’t show a lick of interest. They just flirted to keep me on the site. At least that’s my take on the situation.
SpeedDate.com is fast and convenient and connects to Facebook which opens up various social features on the site. The catch is that, when you sign up using your Facebook account, you are agreeing to a continuous release of your information to others.
You are guided through the process step by step and if you are ever confused, you can check out the virtual tour that walks you through it. A preference analyzer helps you find the best matches and an optional form to fill out to narrow down your matches even more.
There is an app to download as well, so you can easily use the site on your mobile device. All these would be amazing features if it were a legit site. It’s kind of sad really.
Conclusion: SpeedDate Is Another Scam Repurposing Users Information
SpeedDate.com is a dating site with no potential. It’s super frustrating that it is not a legitimate dating site. The speed dating concept is simply a marketing gimmick to get people to stick around long enough to upgrade. I wasn’t all that excited when I learned that my information was being used without my permission. That along with not getting laid is a deal breaker for me. I’m out this bitch faster than speedy Gonzalez! Arriba, Arriba!