Milfaholic review is an online dating site we have commonly encountered throughout our previous investigations and reviews of other dating sites. is associated with many other dating sites and along with,, and is owned by the same company. All these sites have been exposed for their illegitimate workings, but in this review we will focus on revealing whether is a legitimate site or a scam. Continue reading to learn the truth.

The Review

  • uses computer- automated messages to trick you
  • “Fantasy Cupids” are fabricated profiles of women
  • The “Fantasy Cupid” service is also used to send you computer-generated communications
  • Real site members are employees whose job is to string you along
  • will extort money, so you can use services and features
  • You cannot really meet any older women from your area on the site

Why Is Milfaholic a Scam?

The above numbered allegations were made based on our observations on the site and we were able to detect them because we have a trained eye to spot scamming tools. It wasn’t until we opened the Terms of Service document, that we found solid evidence that back up our suspicions, written in blunt words.

1) Scam No.1 – Fantasy Cuties Profiles

The female dating profiles on are fabricated, created using fake photos, false information, made-up personal interest and details, and these women are not real members of the website. They are simply marketing tools, also called “Fantasy Cuties”, which are used to deceive you and make you believe that you can really meet women on the site. One thing’s for sure, works really hard to make these fabricated profiles look as real as possible, to help them scam more naive site members.

EXCERPT FROM THE TERMS OF SERVICE:THIS SITE UTILIZES FANTASY PROFILES IDENTIFIED AS FANTASY CUTIES. 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) Scam No.2 – Computer-Automated Communications

You will start receiving email and chat messages quickly after creating your “free” profile. While at first you may believe someone is really contacting you, getting over 20 messages in under an hour sounds either like you’ve hit the jackpot or like it’s too good to be true. If you reply, you will be in fact communicating and chatting with computer software. All emails or instant messages that you receive from women on this site are absolutely fake, computer-automated messages, sent to you and other site members without any human involvement.

EXCERPT FROM THE TERMS OF SERVICE: “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.”

3) Scam No.3 – Employees of

We found out that not all people on are fictitious and not all communications are computer-automated. This would have turned the whole story around, if we hadn’t read in the Terms of Service document that the real people on the site are employees, hired and paid to communicate with you. They are hiding behind the “Fantasy Cuties” profiles and their job is to make correspondence with site members as natural as possible and lure you into paying a monthly membership fee until you detect the scam.

EXCERPT FROM THE TERMS OF SERVICE: “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. Staff of Site or third party contractors hired by the Site could operate multiple Fantasy Cutie profiles and associated communications features.”

4) Scam No.4 – Is Not Free

Paying for dating services is not a bad thing. However, it poses a big problem when you are charged real money and not get what you paid for. will deceive you into believing the women behind the profiles and their messages are genuine, and then take you to a payment page where they ask you to upgrade your basic membership to a paid subscription. Here is how much they will charge their users for estimated periods of time:

Basic Membership

  • $8.85 for a 3-day trial membership period (automatically renewed at $29.95)
  • $29.95 for 1 month of membership (automatically renewed)

Gold Membership

  • $49.00 for 2 months of membership (automatically renewed at $34.95)
  • $59.95 for 3 months of membership

The Verdict on Milfaholic

It is quite clear that is a site that is associated with other online dating sites that are out there to scam you and uses the same scamming techniques to get to your money. is aware that you cannot meet any women on their site, which also raises the question why are they even called a “dating site” when their only goal is to rip you off. After reviewing, we do not recommend anyone to sign up and or this site. Scam Questions

We welcome you to share your personal take on this site if you are a former or a current member of Also, if you have any questions about this site, you can post them in the comments section below. Contact Info

Email Contact: or Contact Page

Phone Number: 844-399-9749 and +1-619-900-1607

Report and File a Complaint

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

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11 thoughts on “ Review”

  1. 3 separate contacts with “standard members” have all led to a series auto responses….that overlooked identical request for fo future meetups. All 3 responses came back and overlooked the type of questioning any normal human would have at least made a mention of my comments. All asked for hardship oriented loans that were $1,200; $1,800; and $2700. I received irate responses to my denial to advance $$$$ and then no additional communication

  2. had a new scam, they send out an ad on Craigslist or somewhere similar. They give you a KIK username to contact them. As you talk they act like they can’t talk via KIK right then but suggest you look them up on Ashley Madison with a fake username which you’ll never find. Then they miraculously have another profile “on this great site called…” you guessed it – milfaholic. They go so far on KIK as to name a street in your city as the spot where they live. It’s all very convincing. Until I looked up “” on Google and the top results were about the scam. Thanks for keeping me from wasting my time.

  3. I have noticed all of the above , More fool me. I spoke to there Customer service and demanded an email that auto renewal was cancelled but I do not trust them. Does anyone know if I can manually switch off auto renewal on the account page I cannot find it.
    Feel such an idiot

  4. Scam of the deluxe robots indeed! I need to find a way to jerk that card number from out of their “possession” also, perhaps BBB pressure or a consumer protection/watchdog agency.
    Suckered bribed every minute, myself alas too.

  5. It quickly became apparent to me that, based upon multiple nonsensical responses received to my ‘chat’ queries, that there were/are NO real women behind the ‘names’. Having done my own investigation, I found that there existed no divorced individual named Donna in, or around West Grove, PA. Also, there is a obvious disjointure of their women’s location distribution when compared to known geographic population density statistics.

    Having been in the CS/IT business for almost 40 tears, it became obvious to me that their software staff is not well-versed in current Artificial Intelligence, or Machine Learning state-of-the-art schemas.

    I’m surprised that this firm has not yet been investigated/exposed by BBB!

  6. I signed up on it’s sister site it almost seemed like 2 different women were texting back due to their answers

  7. I went into this believing it was a hoax so I fabricated a few different scenarios that would be recallable. So while chatting with a Fantasy Cutie pretending to be the usual FC I chat with. All the sudden this FC said I’m sorry, to hear about that terrible accident you were in. Heard about this did you. FC replies yes, why? I said well because I told you about it personally and asked that you keep it just between us as it was horrible and I don’t feel comfortable if others know. So, I posted, I got you. As quickly as I posted that the screen cleared went blank. Then this 2nd Fantasy Cutie reappeared under her screen name and profile. She admitted I did catch her, but we could keep chatting if I would. Like she appeared much more older than cared for. So we parted ways. I also kept track of the phrases the main Fantasy Cutie users in certain situations. It started to become easy to tell when the Fantasy Cuties when they switched

  8. All fake, no real women at all. A total scam sucking men without women (like me) into sending their money down a rat hole.

  9. They use an industrial site as a “city” where a lot of these “women” are from. There isn’t even any houses in the area where they could live. And being from Canada and the profiles claim to have a Canadian address, but say they want someone within their “state” only. Or that the guy they are looking for have a 401K. And I also saw the same profile with two different addresses.

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