Interrogating Scamming Services And Features (REVIEW)

BBWDesire promises that by simply signing up for free and creating a profile on their site, you will be able to get in touch with all the all-natural, big beautiful girls on the site who are looking to hookup and have some casual online fun. But is it really? Our investigation lead us to believe there are reasons to question’s legitimacy. We present our findings in the review below and invite you to continue reading and possibly avoid getting scammed.

Important points we will cover in this review:

  • What are Fantasy Cuties?
  • Who’s behind the fabricated profiles?
  • Are the email and chat messages genuine?
  • Is really free?
  • Can you meet anyone from the site in person?

Evidence of’s illegitimacy

After signing in we skipped the part of creating a profile and just left it blank. Strangely, there were messages from different women coming in who were initiating communication. It was strange that women would contact someone who has no photographs or personal information on the profile. Then, we tried to reply and were automatically taken to a payment page. This is pretty much where our suspicions of fraud appeared. But, it wasn’t until we read through the Terms and Condition of use that we found solid evidence for all the scams is running.


1) Fantasy Profiles Identified As ‘Fantasy Cuties’ uses a service they call Fantasy Cuties, which are fantasy profiles and do not belong to any real people. Fantasy Cuties are fabricated by using false personal information, fake locations based on your IP address, made-up interests and photographs from models. In fact, the site is full of them and it’s hard to even distinguish a fake dating profile from a real one. You should know that these fake profiles are labeled with a little yellow star imprinted with the letters FC. This is one way to tell a profile belongs to the Fantasy Cutie Service, and all profiles we opened had this logo on them, which makes us question if there are any real women on this site.

EVIDENCE OF SCAM:THIS SITE UTILIZES FANTASY PROFILES IDENTIFIED AS FANTASY 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. You comprehend, acknowledge, and agree that the interactions, profile information, and content utilized by Fantasy Cuties profiles do not originate from any actual Site member. Any similarity between Fantasy Cuties profile information or interactions to any real person is purely coincidental and fictitious.”


2) The Legitimacy of Email and Chat Messages

We are sure you are asking yourselves: If there are no real women on the site, who is contacting you? We too started getting messages the minute we signed in, so we are right to doubt the legitimacy of the messages coming into the inbox. If you are not careful to doubt the communications you may fall in the scamming hands of Don’t trust them, as the Fantasy Cuties service operates to engage you into their services and deceive you into upgrading to a paid subscription.

EVIDENCE OF SCAM: “You further comprehend, acknowledge, and agree that, Fantasy Cutie profiles may contact both free users and paid users with computer or human generated interactions for the purposes listed above. These interactions may be initiated to several users simultaneously or in a small time frame. You are not guaranteed a response to any interaction You initiate with an Fantasy Cutie profile or any other profile.”


3) The Price of Membership Upgrade

It is clear that is a scamming service aimed at conning you in order to get you to give them your credit card information. Their tactics are close to extortion as you are automatically taken to a payment page whenever you receive a message and try to read it or respond to the sender; or whenever you find someone on the site that you like and try to reach out and start a conversation. But, basically, you are paying for a bunch of lies that are a waste of your time and money. So, what are your payment choices?

  • $8.85 for a 3 day trial membership period (automatically renewable at $29.95 monthly)
  • $29.95 for 1 month of site membership
  • $49.95 for 2 months of site membership (automatically renewable at $34.95 monthly)
  • $59.95 for 3 months of site membership


4) Real People Are Hired Employees

In the terms of use document, we found two short sentences that point us to believe that has people working for them, which are hired and paid to communicate with you. We guess that if they want to keep you paying longer, they cannot only use computer-generated messages because they fail to make sense after some time. So, these employees’ job is to send and answer messages and make them look more natural to string you along for as long as possible.

EVIDENCE OF SCAM: “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. Interactions originating from Fantasy Cuties functionality could be computer generated or could be created by the Site or third party contractors hired by the Site.”


Why Does Need Fantasy Cuties?

There are several reasons we believe this site has the need to utilize Fantasy Cuties. They all seem like legitimate reasons and we believe any one of them can be true. Here is a list:

  1. There are disproportionately less women using than men.
  2. There are no real women creating profiles on, so the site needs to create them because what is a dating site without any women?
  3. Fantasy Cuties are used to lure you in and convince you there are great choices on, then take your money for communicating with these women.
  4. uses the fabricated profiles to send you compute-automated messages and re-inforce the scam by deceiving you into believing someone is contacting you.
  5. To keep you paying for monthly memberships for as long as you believe real women are sending you real messages because they are interested in you.


The verdict on is one scamming and cheating site. We kindly ask you to please be careful and remember to always read the terms and conditions of use before you give your money online. says it exists for entertaining purposes, but we feel that getting ripped off does not fall under the “entertainment” category for anyone. Scam Questions

Do you have something you’d like to ask or add? We invite you to leave your comments, questions, personal experiences or thoughts regarding in the section below and we’ll try to respond personally and promptly. Contact Info

Email Contact: or or Contact Page

Phone Number: 1-866-883-4978 (toll free) or 1-925-264-3473

Report and File a Complaint

Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been ripped off and conned.