In this article we will review IwantHotties.com. We hope our findings will warn you about the scamming techniques of this site, and prevent you and other site users from getting scammed and ripped off. We invite you to continue reading as we expose all the cheating tools of IwantHotties.com.
Focal points of our investigation
a) Are the women’s profiles on IwantHotties.com real or fabricated?
b) Does the site send computer-automated messages to real site users?
c) Is IwantHotties.com really free or a rip-off?
d) Who are the people you meet on the site?
e) Can you find a real date on IwantHotties.com?
Answering questions to reveal the IwantHotties.com scams
1. The Women’s Profiles on IwantHotties.com Are Fabricated
The women you see on IwantHotties.com are not real members of the site and their dating profiles have been fabricated by the site itself. The women you see are marketing tools, used to lure you into thinking you can really meet people on the site. Everything from their photos to their personal interests and information has been completely made up. IwantHotties.com needs to fabricate dating profiles to fill up the site with gorgeous women and deceive men into believing they can actually find a date there. But, the reality is crueler, as we found evidence in the site’s Terms and Conditions of Use that back up our suspicions.
PROOF OF SCAM: “You acknowledge and agree that some of the profiles posted on the Website that you may communicate with as a Registered User may be fictitious. The user profiles we create are not intended to resemble or mimic any actual persons. 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. Yes, the Site Uses Computer-Automated Communications
Any emails, chat or instant messages that you receive from women on IwantHotties.com are 100% fake, automatically generated email messages that require no human involvement. You start getting email and chat messages directed to you immediately after creating your “free” profile on the site. The only problem is that you are not allowed to send any messages to other site members, or to read the content of a message sent to you unless you pay for a membership upgrade (more for that in the following paragraph).
PROOF OF SCAM: “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. The messages they send are computer generated.”
3. IwantHotties.com Is NOT Free
As we mentioned in the paragraph above, you have to pay for every move you make on IwantHotties.com. Moreover, it turns out that everything except for the sign up is not free at all, and you will have to pull out your credit card and pay if you want to communicate with anyone or explore the site. Knowing that the site creates its own fake profiles and uses them to send you computerized messages, and then IwantHotties.com turns into a rip-off.
Q: How much does a membership on this site cost?
A: Well, it depends on the subscription period you choose to pay for. But here are the details:
- $4.47 for a 3 day trial period on the site
- $39.99 for a 1 month membership on the site
- $83.97 for a 3 month membership on the site
- $119.94 for a 6 month site membership
PROOF OF SCAM: “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. The Real People Are Employees
As creepy as it sounds, IwantHotties.com hiring and paying people to communicate with you. The intent behind this part of the scam is to make communication seem as real and as natural as possible. Computer-automated chats and emails are only here to lure you into paying, while the site’s employees (or “customer support representatives”) will continue flirting, chatting and pretending they like you just to string you along. Although these people are just doing their job, it is disturbing to find out to what extent the owners of IwantHotties.com are ready to go to keep you paying the monthly fees.
PROOF OF SCAM: “We create user profiles for use by our customer support representatives for the support, marketing, improvement of the Service, and in order for our Registered Users to experience the type of communications that they can expect as paying Members. 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.”
5. No, There Is No Real Meeting or Dating
PROOF OF SCAM: “You understand and agree that there is no guarantee that you will find a date, a companion or an activity partner, or that you will meet any of our Users in person. The Website merely provides an adult entertainment experience to its Users.”
The verdict on IwantHotties.com
IwantHotties.com scam questions
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IwantHotties.com Contact Info
Address: 6, Flat/Office, 202, Ioanni Stylianou, 2003 Agios Dometios, Nicosia, Cyprus
Email Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 1-888-414-3752
File a Complaint and Report
Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the siteif you feel you have been deceived, ripped off or conned by the site.
7 thoughts on “Evidence Prove IwantHotties.com Is Not Trustworthy (REVIEW)”
I would like some information about the dating site Iwanthotties.com as i have just paid £21:42p for a month’s subscription and since reading your site on dating scams I didn’t realise I was being conned until I read your messages. The thing that suprised me was the times i was recieving messages early in the morning when most of the women on the dating site were locally based and when i replied to some of their text messages it was very seldom i got a reply. I have been on a few dating sites and never had a date from any of them as now i think they are all scams as well. The sites are:- Laymatures.com and quickflirt .com. I hope you can help me as I’m just getting so upset with the way these dating sites operate.
They charged my card without me saying so.I call and they kept on trying to talk me into trying it without giving back my money.Will be contacting my bank and let Visa go after this POS.I tried fling for the three days for 3.19 and I cancel with in a hour because the so call women answer about the same way.It tells me they are using bots.So some how iwanthotties charged me 36.99.I have since cancel my card.This is so wrong they can get away with this.
Did they charge you again after you canceled? I had the same problem
Big Scam stay away!
is there a legit site out there
Fling.com – hands down.
Scam called to cancel was warned would be charged with credit card fraud. Not worth the time or money, go to a bar or laundromat to find a date.
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