If you are a person searching the internet for some online dating fun, you should be wary of some dating sites that are out there to scam you. Our mission is to point out the dating services we find fishy and provide evidence to back up our suspicions. Since there is a lot of fuss on the internet about a site called XMeeting.com, we thought we may have a look and investigate. We invite you to read this review to find out what the Dating Cop Team discovered and what you should know about XMeeting.com before creating a profile.
Ways to avoid scam on XMeeting.com
1) Be Careful Of Fabricated Profiles
As you can read in this excerpt, XMeeting.com uses their right to post fictitious profiles to, as they put it, enhance your experience on the site. But, why does a dating site that claims to be genuine need to employ additional means for stimulation on the site? Maybe because there are not many, if any, real women who are actually using the site. XMeeting.com needs to fill up the site with dating profiles to make you believe there are a lot of people you can meet here. After all, what is an online dating site without anyone you can date?! The truth is dating profiles contain fake photographs, fictitious personal information, false interests. Moreover, their country and city location is made up and the same fabricated profiles may appear to be near me, and also appear to be in the area of someone else who is thousands of miles away or on the other side of the planet.
2) Doubt the Legitimacy of Electronic Messaging Services
3) Never Trust Real Site Members
This sentence was the icing on the cake for us. XMeeting.com does not only use fabricated profiles to populate the site and to send you messages, they also will hire and pay employees to interact with you. These people may only be doing their job, but they will never tell you that they are actually running a scam and stringing you along.
4) Careful Who You Give Your Credit Card Information To
If you are wondering why XMeeting.com would go through so much trouble to create profiles, send computerized messages and hire people to interact with you, then you need to learn that this site will charge you for using their services. This is a classic scam and rip off, where you pay for services you don’t get. Here is the pricelist on XMeeting.com, and don’t forget that all payments are automatically renewed after your initial subscription period is due.
- $29.95 for each 1 month of site membership
- $59.95 for 3 months of site membership
- $99.95 for 6 months of site membership
The verdict on XMeeting.com
XMeeting.com is hiding under the mask of an online dating site, when it is actually associated with HornyAffairs.com and FlirtHookup.com – another two well-known dating scams. Much like these other sites, XMeeting.com is completely untrustworthy itself. We advise you to always pay close attention and never give your credit card information to a dating site without reading the terms and conditions of use first. After all, the best way to avoid getting scammed on this site is to avoid signing up and using XMeeting.com completely. All in all, here is what we can conclude about this site:
- Any women you see on the site are all profiles fabricated by the site
- Email and chat messages they send are completely computer-automated
- Employees are hired to scam you by interacting in ways computers fail to
- It is NOT a free dating service and you will be ripped off
- The end goal is for you to get scammed without noticing
- You will never meet anyone from this site in real life, because they aren’t real people using the site
XMeeting.com Scam Questions
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XMeeting.com Contact Info
Addresses: Island House, Grande Rue, St Martins, Guernsey, Channel Islands, GY4 6RU
Amory Building, Victoria Road, Basseterre, St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 1 661 705-5088
Report and File a Complaint
Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been deceived, scammed and overcharged.