Is Fraudulent or Fair? (REVIEW)

RealXXXAction is another one of the many online dating sites that are using scamming tools and tactics to get to peoples’ money. They claim that the site is free, but be careful not to get scammed or ripped off. In this review, we will explain the scamming mechanisms that uses. Continue reading to learn more and warn your friends. scams and proof

1) Are All These Messages Real?

No, they are not! The site cheats you to believe that the chat and email messages sent to you are coming from honest and real women who are looking for online fun. Don’t fall for it! Isn’t it too good to be true? But, soon enough the real face of the scam reveals itself and messages start to make no sense, especially if you reply back to a woman who wrote you.

We visited the Terms and Conditions of Use page and found solid proof for all our suspicions of fraudulent activity.

PROOF OF SCAM: “The FC services will include the posting of information, pictures and communications to the Member and/or Subscriber’s profile. The FC will contact both free Members and paid Subscribers via text based communication either within the Website and/or via email.”

2) What Are FC Services?

First we revealed that the email messages were made-up, and later we find out that the women you see on the site and who are sending you messages are also NOT real. Actually, none of the information contained in these “Fantasy Cupids” or FC profiles are real. Their pictures, personal information, descriptions and interests are completely fictitious. needs to fabricate profiles out of three reasons:

  1. Deceive you into believing that the site is full of gorgeous women who are ready to meet you and chat with you online. All Fantasy Cupid profiles are created by the site, and all the women we saw on the site were FC profiles.
  2. Send computer-automated chat and email messages through the Fantasy Cupid profiles to make it look like someone is trying to start a conversation.
  3. Trick you into upgrading your account to a paid subscription in order to be able to communicate with the gorgeous fraudulent women who seem to be very interested in you.

PROOF OF SCAM: “The Website encourages Account development and promotes Member and/or Subscriber communications through our Fantasy Cupid (FC) services. By accepting these Terms you further acknowledge and agree that any information or pictures displayed to you via a FC’s profile does not relate to an actual person but has been provided for the above mentioned reasons.”


3) Is a Rip Off? will extort credit card information from you. They do this in sneaky ways, while acting like you have no reason to doubt that you are getting what you are paying for. However, every time you get a message and try to reply – you are asked to pay. Every time you see someone and would like to start communication – you are taken to the payment page, where you can choose a payment plan:

  • $4.47 for 3 days trial membership period
  • $34.99 for 1 months of membership
  • $59.97 for 3 months of membership
  • $95.94 for 6 months of membership

4) Is Legitimate?

It’s already obvious that this online dating site is a complete fraud. But, in the terms and conditions of use, we stumbled upon a paragraph in which you can read that the site’s owners are aware that all actions you take on the site are a waste of time and money, since you cannot meet anyone. We even wonder why is called “a dating site” when its final goal is to rip you off, not match you anyone.

PROOF OF SCAM: “Any response or exchange between the FC and the Member and/or Subscriber will not result in a physical meeting between the FC and the Member and/or Subscriber.” Scam Questions

Got any questions that we didn’t get to answer in our review? We welcome you to post them in the comments section at the end of the page. Also, don’t hesitate to share your personal experience if you are a former user of the site. You never know who you may be helping with your honest testimony.


Addresses: 3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London, W1B 3HH

Email Contact:

Phone Number: 800-839-6430

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 or conned or ripped off by the site.