Affiliated with Flyrts.com, 2Fuck4Free.com, SwipeBang.com, MillionaireForMe.com, etc., LocalBlackAffairs.com is just another dating service in a network of scamming sites. By now, we have figured out that the people who own and run these sites use the same conning tricks to rip off naive users who are only looking for some online fun.
Directed at the black population, or to those interested in meeting and hooking up with gorgeous and single black people, this site will lure you in and cause nothing but headaches. But, will it provide you with genuine matchmaking services? We answer this and many other questions about the legitimacy of LocalBlackAffairs.com in the following text, so continue reading.
Qualification for dating on LocalBlackAffairs.com
When signing up, the website wants to check if you qualify. This is pretty weird, since all the questions make no sense and will get you through to the sign up page no matter how you answer. Here is what you are asked and the answering options:
- Who are you? –Man/Woman
- Who are you looking to meet? –Man/Woman
- What’s your date of birth? –Month-Day-Year
- Do you enjoy receiving oral sex? –Yes/No
- Have you tried anal sex? –Yes/No
- Are you looking for a discreet encounter? –Yes/No
After the results are calculated, you ALWAYS get that 1000+ members from your area have profiles that match your answers. But, as we said we went through this process several times, and this will be the result no matter how you answer the questions. We believe that this is just another trick LocalBlackAffairs.com uses to deceive you into believing that they can find the perfect matches for you and all other members.
What is the truth about LocalBlackAffairs.com?
1) Electronic Communications
LocalBlackAffairs.com uses computer-automated messages, which are managed by computer software and sent to you and other real site members as marketing tools. This means that no one is actually sending you emails and no one is interacting with you. It’s all computer software created to contact you at different periods of time, cheat you and make you reach for your credit card.
If you are not careful, you can easily be deceived by these automated communications and believe they are coming from genuine people. Do not forget that all communications directed to you are coming from computer software programs that use automated email messages and send them to all free members on LocalBlackAffairs.com at the same time or at different periods of the day.
SCAM FACT: “You further understand, acknowledge, and agree that, from time-to-time, LS may contact Website and Services users and members via electronic messaging, including for example, email, instant messages, and SMS, for purposes of encouraging further or broader participation in our site’s Services and/or to monitor user activity. Messages from LS will contain the uniform designation “LS” or “Love Stars” to notify the user or member that a message has been received from Love Star(s).”
2) Love Stars or LS Profiles
These fabricated profiles are completely made-up and created using other people’s information. They are called ‘Love Stars and are created with the purpose to fill up the site with dating profiles. The reason LocalBlackAffairs.com needs fabricated profiles to fill up the site is because there aren’t any real people who are members and using the service. Everything you see on the Love Stars profiles, from photographs, to age, name, location, personal interests and information, etc. is completely fraudulent.
SCAM FACT: “You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots related to our “Love Stars” (LS) program. Our LS work for the site in an effort to stimulate dialogue with users and to stimulate user participation on the Website and Services, advertisement of the Website and Services, and the creation of user profiles. You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the LS profiles do not pertain to any actual person or member, but are included for entertainment purposes only.”
3) Paying Money To Use LocalBlackAffairs.com
Some naive people actually fall for these conning tactics because they are deceived by the site and lead to believe LocalBlackAffairs.com can provide real dating and matchmaking services. The biggest scam of all is when this site tries to charge you for using the features. Whenever you try to interact in any way with other site members – you are asked to upgrade your account to a paid membership. Here is the price list LocalBlackAffairs.com offers you to choose from:
- $49.95 a month for a LocalBlackAffairs.com GOLD subscription
- $39.61 a month for a VibeVideo.com subscription
- $28.87 a month for a VideoErotic.com subscription
The verdict on LocalBlackAffairs.com
We hope this was enough information to warn you about the scams and frauds that exist on this so called “dating service”. We believe there is no point in becoming a member of LocalBlackAffairs.com. They will charge you without asking, they will serve you lies, and when you finally realize what has happened they won’t be held responsible since “you should have read the terms and conditions” before moving forward on this site. Now, they say this site’s services are intended for “entertainment purposes only”, but we haven’t met someone who was entertained from being conned and ripped off.
LocalBlackAffairs.com Scam Questions
Did we answer all you wanted to know about LocalBlackAffairs.com? If you have more questions, you can post them in the comments section below and we’ll try to find a suitable answer promptly. We also welcome your feedback, as well as any personal experiences you can share with others if you are a past LocalBlackAffairs.com user.
LocalBlackAffairs.com Contact Info
Address: Stasinou, 1 Mitsi Building 1, 1st floor, Office 4 Plateia Eleftherias, Nicosia Cyprus 1060
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Phone Number: 877-597-3436
Report and File a Complaint
Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been deceived, scammed or ripped off.