Is DoUWant.me Part Of A Scamming Network (REVIEW)

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DoUWant Me

DoUWant.me is an online dating service who’s owned and run by the same company who runs Loveaholics.com, NaughtyDate.com and WildBuddies.com. Same as its affiliated sites DoUWant.me is full of beautiful and gorgeous women, who contact you through email and chat messages that on the other sites are completely computer-automated. Will the same scamming tools be found on DoUWant.me? Continue reading as we get to the bottom of this issue.

What we found suspicious:

  • the email messages
  • the fabricated profiles
  • the “views” notifications
  • the cost for membership upgrade
  • the customer support representatives

Ways DoUWant.me Scams You

From the reviews that we had done on the other affiliated dating sites, we had learned the lesson that all important evidence that back up our suspicions can be found in the Terms and Conditions of Use on DoUWant.me. This is a document that you have to agree to when signing up, but nobody ever reads it. If you do pay attention to this page, you will find confessions of all the fraudulent actions this site hopes you will overlook. For your convenience, we present and explain them here.

 

1) Profiles Created To Deceive You

We are certain that you noticed the nude photographs of the gorgeous women on DoUWant.me. But, have you stopped to ask yourself why would such beauties need a dating site to meet local men? Now, after doing numerous reviews on online dating services, we have a trained eye that spots such tell-tale signs of scam. These fabricated profiles contain either made-up information or take and reuse other members’ data and photos. The site also uses these fictitious profiles to send you the fake email messages and lure you into paying a monthly membership fee.

WHAT WE FOUND:The user profiles we create are not intended to resemble or mimic any actual persons. We may create several different user profiles that we attach to a given picture. You understand and acknowledge that we create these profiles and that these profiles are not based on or associated with any Registered User or Member of our Service or any other real person. You also acknowledge and agree that the descriptions, pictures and information included in such profiles are provided primarily for your amusement and to assist you navigate and learn about our Website.”

 

2) Communications Are Computerized

You’d say that receiving email messages from gorgeous women on a dating site is not a bad thing. We’d agree with that, but only if these emails didn’t look so fake. It’s actually wasn’t that hard to detect these computer-automated messages because we are experienced at detecting this kind of frauds. Basically, we’ve seen the same conning scheme used on all of the affiliated sites. Plus, it was only a matter of minutes after we signed up on DoUWant.me that we started getting messages, and our profile contained no personal information and no photographs. Now, who in their right mind would contact someone with an empty profile?

WHAT WE FOUND: “We will, send automatic electronic communications to Users to ask how our members are using certain aspects of the Service and/or to stimulate conversation between members. Additionally, we will utilize our automated system profiles to communicate with Users to enhance our Users’ entertainment experience.”

 

3) It’s All About The Money

There is a catch for deceiving you into purchasing a subscription and upgrading your membership on DoUWant.me. They basically extort your money by limiting your access to the site’s services and features. Plus, one way they tempt you is by sending you automated messages who look like they are coming from some beautiful local women and then, not allowing you to read or write back unless you give them your money. Here are your payment choices:

  • $4.47 to purchase a 3 day trial subscription period
  • $34.99 to purchase 1 month of subscription
  • $59.97 to purchase 3 months of subscription
  • $95.94 to purchase 6 months of subscription

WHAT WE FOUND:Messages from the user profiles we create attempt to simulate communications so that should you become a paid Member you are encouraged to participate in more conversation and to increase interaction among fellow paid Members.”

 

4) Customer Support Employees

In the end, we uncovered a section in which DoUWant.me explains that the people who are hired and paid as customer service staff are also encouraged to send messages to real site users and pretend that they like you. Their job is to string you along for as long as you don’t realize that you are being conned and that you’ll never meet in person anyone from this site.

WHAT WE FOUND: “Our customer support representatives are encouraged to speak with our members and also to stimulate conversation between members by making introductions or recommendations or just to chat with Users, for entertainment purposes.”

 

The verdict on DoUWant.me

We believe you found our review informative and helpful. Based on our opinion and on the evidence we presented in this review, it doesn’t pay off to spend your real money on all the fake services DoUWant.me offers. Also, we kindly advise you to remember to always read the terms and conditions of use on online dating services. If not when signing in and creating a profile, at least be careful when providing your credit card info to avoid getting scammed and ripped off.

DoUWant.me Scam Questions

For any further comments, questions, personal experiences or thoughts regarding DoUWant.me that you’d like to share with others, we invite you to post them in the section below. We’ll try to provide a personal and prompt response and help prevent others from getting scammed.

DoUWant.me Contact Info

Addresses: Massinteractive Services Limited (DoUWant), Trident Chambers, P.O. Box 146, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Email Contact: datarequest@douwant.me

Phone Number: 18884143752

Report and File a Complaint

Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint if you feel you have been deceived, scammed and ripped off by the site.


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 Comments 2 comments

  • Ron Delorenzo says:

    This company is trying to extort money from me. I signed up for a 3 days trial period but canceled the second day. Now they are saying that I have to sign up for one of their other sites for them to be able to cancel. It’s BS.They’re threatening to charge me $900 a month if I don’t do it. Something needs to be done about this. Do not give in to these people. What they’re doing is criminal !

  • Jeff says:

    I kept the girl going for 2 days saying I was going to send $. The 2nd day she turned on me cuz she figured out I was playing her. I was lmao


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