CasualSex.net is one of those online dating sites that use all available tools and tactics to get to peoples’ money. Although the site may look real to you, if you sign up and create a profile you need to be careful not to get scammed or ripped off. In this review, we will explain the scamming mechanisms that CasualSex.net uses. We hope you will find everything you need to know and not waste your precious time and money on a scamming dating site.
What we observed to be suspicious on CasualSex.net?
- After signing up you receive email and chat messages – which are automated
- You cannot open or read messages unless you pay for upgrade
- The women sending you messages are fabricated by CasualSex.net
- You can never meet in person anyone you contact on the site
- CasualSex.net is associated with two other well-known dating scams such as FuckBook
Evidence that prove CasualSex.net aims to trick you
First of all you need to agree to the terms and conditions of use when signing up on CasualSex.net, which is why we thought that the next logical step would be to read this document carefully and see what we are agreeing to. It turned out that in the Terms and Conditions of Use Agreement we found proof that backs up all our suspicions.
1) Electronic Messages And Notifications
You start receiving emails, chats and other communications from other members of CasualSex.net within minutes of signing up. But, the catch is that the only information you can see is who sent the email and the subject line. You cannot, however, read the content of the email and this is their tactic for extorting paid memberships. The truth about these email messages is that they are not sent by women who are site members. All the communication on the site is completely computer-automated without any human interference.
EVIDENCE OF FRAUDULENCE: “The Site may cause pop-ups to display as a system notification on your screen while you are viewing the Site. These system notifications may or may not indicate they have been initiated by the Site and may provide you with limited information about other members of the Site and/or such member’s activity on the Site. The system notifications may prompt you to initiate dialogue with other member(s) (who may or may not have upgraded to a paid account and may have varying login and activity levels).”
2) The Rip Off Tactics
All paths on CasualSex.net lead to the payment page. Whether you get a flirty message from a woman on the site and try to read it or reply, or if you spot someone you like to communicate with – you are asked to pay. It was also in the terms of service that we found the following excerpt, confirming that if you want to communicate with anyone on the site, you won’t be able to unless you upgrade to a paid membership. Plus, read the last sentence of the paragraph carefully: Our question is how can someone with an inactive account contact you (unless it’s the automated messages sent by CasualSex.net)?
EVIDENCE OF FRAUDULENCE: “If you wish to initiate dialogue and have not purchased a membership to the Site, you will be required to purchase a paid membership prior to being able to initiate or even review any dialogue; however, it is possible that the member with whom you wish to initiate dialogue may not respond for various reasons including, without limitation, the member is not interested in responding, may not be actively monitoring his/her account and/or may no longer be available.”
3) Free Reuse Of Your Profile Content and Videos
This final revelation takes CasualSex.net scams on a whole new level. Not only will they use tricks to deceive you into becoming a paid membership of the site, they will also gain all legal rights to freely reuse and distribute your profile data and anything you post on the site. You shouldn’t be surprised to find an identical profile, as well as your intimate videos posted on other dating websites. CasualSex.net protects itself from any legal actions because they have stated in the terms of service that by agreeing to the terms of service they can pretty much do whatever they want with your personal information the moment you post them on the site.
Also, this points to another fraudulent trick used by CasualSex.net. The possibility that the profiles and videos you see on the site are very likely to not be real people, but taken from other naive people who once posted something on this one or another online dating site. So, even if you believe you are talking to a real person – you can never know for sure. Moreover, the process to take the information down is a complicated and long procedure.
EVIDENCE OF FRAUDULENCE: “When you create a profile with casualsex.net, your profile will be shared with other dating and “hook-up” websites which contain members of the Site. Additionally, when you upload any videos as a part of your profile your video will automatically watermarked with the Site or its related entity’s watermark and, unless you unmark the “Add to” or similarly termed box, your video will be automatically uploaded to one or more of our partner websites which contain other videos uploaded by other members of the Site.”
The verdict on CasualSex.net
CasualSex.net is not a dating site, since it does not help anyone find their match or meet someone for casual encounters. It is more of an online dating scam, since it deceives you in every possible way to get to money. Moreover, this site is owned and run by a big company that owns many other dating websites, and so far, each and every one that we have reviewed is a complete fraud.
CasualSex.net Scam Questions
We believe we explained everything there is to know about this fraudulent site. However, if you do have any additional questions or comments, feel free to post them in the comments section below. We also like to read your personal take or experience with CasualSex.net, so share it with others to read.
CasualSex.net Contact Info
Email Contact: Contact Page http://www.projectbabyboom.com/contact.php
Phone Number: NA
Report and File a Complaint
You can contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been the victim of scam and rip off.