AffairAlert.com claims to be a different online dating site, unlike other online dating sites. They promise to provide you all the tools to find the hottest and most compatible partners for a hot affair. But, there is a great catch. Although their promise may be true in some isolated cases, AffairAlert.com simply has too many fake dating profiles. That’s right! This site uses fake women to scam people. We invite you to continue reading to find out how you may be getting scammed, and why you should warn your friends too.
Where is the catch?
Everything listed in the section above is truly offered to you. But, of course there is a catch. Let’s just say that you need to read the terms and conditions of service of AffairAlert.com before you join it.
Let’s say you didn’t read the document on the page where the terms and conditions of use are listed. Many people don’t read it either. So, you go ahead and you create your free profile, and within only a few minutes you get your first message only to find out that you actually cannot read the content of the email… unless you “Activate Your VIP Pass”. How do you do that? -You need to use your credit card and pay, of course. Here is how much it will cost you to be able to use the services of AffairAlert.com for a period of time:
- $8.90 for a 3 day trial period
- $29.95 for one month
- $49.95 for 2 months of membership
- $69.90 for 3 months of membership
AffairAlert.com admits it’s fraudulent
By now, we reviewed the features this website offers and how much it will cost you to use these services. Let’s go back to the ‘Terms of Service’ that you can find at the bottom of the homepage of AffairAlert.com. Did you know you have agreed to them when you were setting up your account?
What we found there was very interesting. The website basically admits to be operating fraudulent operations hidden in the plain. First of all, the female dating profiles are fabricated and they are not real members of the website. They are simple marketing tools to lure you into thinking you can really meet some gorgeous and beautiful ladies who are ready to connect with you and have fun. The goal of these fake women and profiles is to get you to pay monthly fees for a long as possible by deceiving you. Here is a quotation from the website:
“THIS SITE UTILIZES FANTASY PROFILES IDENTIFIED AS “ONLINE CUTIES”: You comprehend, acknowledge, and accept that some of the profiles listed on the Site may be operated by our Site or third party contractors and are fictitious. These profiles and interactions generated from them are clearly labelled with the Online Cuties logo (a little yellow star)”
But wait! There is more. The website uses automatic and computer-generated messages to make it look as if real people are contacting you. Moreover, they hire real people as their employees and pay them to interact with subscribed site-users. Here is the proof:
“Interactions originating from Online Cuties functionality could be computer generated or could be created by the Site or third party contractors hired by the Site”
The verdict on AffairAlert.com
This is just another dating site aimed at scamming people in order to get their money. People are being scammed on this website to buy a membership without getting anything in return. The website says it offers “entertainment”, but here is what you specifically get for your money:
- Automatic email messages to get you to update to a paid subscription just to be able to read the message.
- Messages that are absolutely computer-generated and you are not even communicating with real people.
- Fictitious dating profiles called “Online Cuties”, created by the website to make you think there are many people you can connect with.
- Even if happen to communicate with a real person, they are most likely to be hired and paid to chat you up and keep you paying for monthly subscriptions.
AffairAlert.com Hosting Server Information
Address Of Host: 550 W. Baseline Rd Ste 102-302 Mesa Arizona 85210 USA
IP Address Of Server: 18.104.22.168
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