5 Tricks NaughtyFever.com Uses To Rip You Off (REVIEW)

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Searching the internet in the quest of finding and revealing online dating scams, we stumbled upon NaughtyFever.com. This is a site that looks real and legitimate, but hides many scamming tools up its sleeve. To help prevent people from getting deceived and ripped off, we will reveal the findings of our investigation in this review.

We invite you to continue reading in order to learn how NaughtyFever.com is cheating on you. And who knows, it may not be too late for you or your friends to be warned about this site.

What you should know?

  • NaughtyFever.com creates fake profiles on the site
  • The site uses the fake profiles to send automated messages
  • It is all done for money, which makes NaughtyFever.com a scam and a rip-off
  • Employees are hired to communicate with you and string you along
  • There is no actual dating on this site, ever

The details and evidence from our investigation

1. NaughtyFever.com Is Filled With Fictitious Profiles

It’s done to perfection, so that the naïve and untrained eye of regular site users will never detect the scam. The truth is that all of the women’s profiles that exist on NaughtyFever.com are fabricated. The women from the dating profiles do not even exist, and everything from photographs, to their personal information, interests, etc. is completely made up. Fictitious profiles are created with the sole intention of making the dating site look full of gorgeous women, when in fact, there are none.

EVIDENCE: “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 purpose of our creating these profiles is to provide our Registered Users with entertainment, to allow Registered Users to explore our Service and to promote greater participation in our Service. 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.”


2. Getting many messages? –They are probably fake

We concluded that the profiles on NaughtyFever.com were fabricated profiles, and then we asked ourselves who is sending us messages. Turns out NaughtyFever.com says that they are sending automated email messages to real site members for “entertainment purposes”. So, while you may think a woman is contacting you, messages are actually sent from computer software.

EVIDENCE: “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. The Scams Will Cost You More than Just Your Time

If you think about it, it’s not unexpected that a fraudulent dating service would go through so much trouble creating dating profiles and sending computer-automated communications to get to your money. They are certainly not doing it all for nothing. NaughtyFever.com has an ulterior motive and that is for you to enter your credit card information and choose a subscription plan. Here are the choices for a rip-off this site offers you:

  • $4.47 for 3 day trial period
  • $34.99 for 1 month membership upgrade
  • $59.97 for 3 month membership upgrade
  • $95.94 for 6 month membership upgrade

EVIDENCE: “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 Representatives Are Employees

In the Terms and Conditions of Use page, we read “customer support representatives” being mentioned in some quite intriguing sentences. This led us to suspect that these people are actually employees of NaughtyFever.com who are hired and paid to make their scams look as real and as natural as possible. Read below what we found in their Terms of Use section to get a better understanding of what we mean.

EVIDENCE: “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 Dating or Physical Meeting Will Ever Take Place

This was only expected knowing that basically everything on NaughtyFever.com is completely fake. Even the people on this site who are real and genuinely communicating with you are paid to do so. So, it doesn’t come as a surprise that you cannot actually meet anyone that you can ever meet in real life or build a broader relationship with.

EVIDENCE: “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 verdict on NaughtyFever.com

We, the Dating Cop team kindly advise you to keep your eyes open when signing up for online dating sites. Many of them use the same conning tools as NaughtyFever.com and will not even answer for extorting your money and scamming you. They have their intentions and purposes elaborately explained in their Terms of Use, so don’t forget to always read this document.

NaughtyFever.com Scam Questions

Got any other questions that you’d like to get an answer for? If you’d like to learn more or share your personal experience and help others save themselves from getting cheated and ripped off, feel free to post them in the comments section at the end of the page. We try to provide a personal and prompt answer to all legitimate inquiries.

NaughtyFever.com Contact Info

Addresses: Ioanni Stylianou, 6 2nd floor, Flat/Office 202 2003, Nicosia, Cyprus

Trident Chambers P.O. Box 146 Road Town,Tortola British Virgin Islands

Email Contact: admin@naughtyfever.com

Phone Number: 1 212-796-5746

Report and File a Complaint

You can visit the Better Business Bureau page, and file a complaint and report this site if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.