SexSearch.com is a dating site we have previously found out is associated with other scamming sites including, AdultHookups.com, XxxConnect.com, SocialSex.com, FuckBookNet.net, etc. Owned by the same company, this site uses the same scamming fashions to deceive members and rip them off. We invite you to continue reading our review and learn what we found in our investigation on SexSearch.com.
Questions about SexSearch.com in need of answers
- Does this site also fabricate the dating profiles of women?
- Are you sent automated communications from computer software?
- Do you get contacted by employees of the site who pretend to be real members?
- Do they scam you in any way when you pay for a subscription upgrade?
- Is SexSearch.com a legitimate dating site?
Spotted scams on SexSearch.com
It all started with us creating our profile on the site. It didn’t even take a minute before we started receiving email and chat messages from these gorgeous women. Some were saying we look handsome, but we hadn’t attached a photo yet and our profile showed no personal information. Too good to be true? Yes, that’s we thought too. So, we continued researching and this is what we discovered in the SexSearch.com Terms of Service agreement:
#1 Dating Profiles of Women Are Fabricated
These profiles are completely fraudulent and the people you see are fictitious. You won’t be wrong if you think that no single information in these profiles is real. SexSearch.com needs to fabricate profiles to fill up the site with members, simply because there are no real women looking for dates on SexSearch.com. The fake profiles are connected with the “Online Emissary” service, which has its own section in the Terms and Conditions of Use document we found and read thoroughly (look for Section 14).
TERMS OF SERVICE EXCERPT: “SexSearchcom.com UTILIZES VIRTUAL PROFILES THAT DO NOT CORRESPOND TO ACTUAL MEMBERS: An ONLINE EMISSARY may be a digital actor, an avatar or a synthespian (e.g. a computer generated “person” or “character”). You acknowledge that You understand that some of the profiles and Members displayed on them are not actual members of the site. ONLINE EMISSARIES are not associated with any other user of the site.”
#2 Computer-Automated Messages Are Sent
Another trick SexSearch.com hides up the sleeve are the computer-generated and completely automated messages sent to you and other site users. But, stay aware that all communications sent to you by the site’s profiles are completely fake and require no human involvement. So, even if you get a reply back from an Online Emissary, you will be basically communicating with a software program and soon the correspondence will make no sense.
TERMS OF SERVICE EXCERPT: “The ONLINE EMISSARY services can include the posting of information, pictures and/or communications directed to You. Such messages may take the form of any communication currently permitted on the Website. Additionally by accepting these Terms, you understand, acknowledge, and agree that, the ONLINE EMISSARY may contact both free Members and paid Subscribers via text based communication either within the site and/or via email notifications.”
#3 Employees Have a Job to Communicate With You
As unbelievable as it may sound, it is the absolute truth. SexSearch.com hires and pays employees to contact you and interact with you. The need for employees is the same fact that computer-generated messages start to make no sense, so more natural flow of conversation is needed to keep you on the site. For as long as you can keep paying, they will keep the scam going.
TERMS OF SERVICE EXCERPT: “ONLINE EMISSARIES may be employed by sexsearchcom.com or a third party to enhance Your online experience. ”
#4 You Have to Pay to Use the Site’s Services and Features
Let’s say you have no experience in how online dating sites operate and are not familiar with the way they scam you. You come to SexSearch.com and see all these gorgeous women and they are actively messaging you. When you try to send someone a message, or try to read an email you’ve received – YOU CANNOT DO IT and you are automatically taken to a payment page! So, the site redirects you to a different page where they ask you to choose a payment plan and provide your credit card info. Here are the offered choices:
- $1.95 for a 3-day trial membership period
- $29.95 for a monthly subscription (automatically renewed)
- $59.95 for 3 months of subscription
- $34.95 for 1 month of subscription
- $69.95 for 3 months of subscription
- $149.95 for 12 months of subscription to the site
#5 SexSearch.com Is Not a Legitimate Dating Service
TERMS OF SERVICE EXCERPT: “You fully understand, acknowledge, and agree that any response or exchange between the ONLINE EMISSARY and You is solely for entertainment purposes, and will not result in an physical meeting between the ONLINE EMISSARY.”
The verdict on SexSearch.com
It’s obvious this site is all about getting your money without providing you with the services you paid for. Instead, you are served a bunch of lies. SexSearch.com may state that it’s all done for entertainment purposes, but we do not find it entertaining to get scammed and ripped off, while being misled that you are talking to real women who like you. So, our kindest and most sincere advice is to not use SexSearch.com if you’d like to avoid many headaches.
SexSearch.com Scam Questions
Got any questions for us? If something was left unanswered in our review and you’d like to get a response or find something out, feel free to post your comments and questions in the section below. Also, you are welcomed to share your personal experience if you have ever used SexSearch.com.
SexSearch.com Contact Info
Address: Kamparri Trading Ltd. 42 Dositheou Street, Strovolos, Nicoisa 2028 Cyprus
Stallion.com FSC Limited 48 Constant Spring Rd, Kingston 10, Jamaica
Kitts Kat Marketing PO Box 1058 Basseterre, St. Kitts, East Caribbean
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Contact Page
Report and File a Complaint
Contact the Better Business Bureau to report the site if you feel you have been deceived, scammed and/or ripped off.
Are All Dating Websites Fake?
No, all of them certainly are not fake. In fact, I wouldn’t go as far as saying that they’re fake period. However, what I will say is that some don’t work as well as others. At least not for me. If you want to know what does work, I suggest that you check this short list out below. Many of the sites (especially the top four) are ones that I use literally every single day.
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10 thoughts on “Is Sexsearch A Scam or Totally Legit? (REVIEW)”
absolutely right a scam for sure i am reading reviews after the fact ok i used a gift card for 25.00 so they would not have access to my cc number but yeah, no messages in my in box now always have 99 this and 99 profile views and friend request and they don’t go away. so you pay money for this ripoff site and i wonder how the government let these outsiders use the citizens of the usa to make a profit but it’s free enterprise right if you are thinking about it don’t im my opinion just buy a hooker is easier and guaranteed or get a girlfriend lol.
It’s a shocking scam. Just had a look for matches under Aldershot and there’s 100s and all supermodels. What a load of rubbish!
So my question is I have a buddy that signed up for the 3 day trail deal now he’s weried there going to hack his account has anyone had there account completely drained from these guys or after you cancel it do they go away
I also bought the 3 day trial period….first they charged the right amount, then they tried to charge my card $149 dollars a few minutes later. Luckily I have Chase and received a fraud alert in my e-mail, and had that $149 charge removed. Then 10 minutes later, they tried to charge my card $49…and went through the same fraud warning with Chase. So I ended up getting a new Chase card, because those crooks had the number. A huge mistake dealing with those crooks…
yes You hit it right on the head. this girls want you to be verified and send you
to several sites to join for free it is not free cause you have to use a cc to get
verified yes you get to look at the profiles but most of them models and they
will take you money. JUST ONE QUESTION DO YOU REALLY NEED TO VERIFIED YOUR AGE LET ME KNOW
I was scammed by four girls had me set up a site with a link they told me to clik on and set up profile to get security verifacation to meet so I did I paid membership each time with different prepaid cards with $100 on the and got gold membership like they said and they were suppose to run check on me to meet. But wat they did is hack my email and all card info and charged my cards on site til card was out of money. Then wouldn’t meet. Also I tried a booking fee twice for models aupoaivly and sent money and girls stopped talking to me and never met me. I got scammed out of $700 from girls from that site I was lonely they talked good game and Ima trusting person so I chatted for while with girls and thaight the next one was different but wasn’t every girl wanted me to pay for hookup id of some kind by joining and paying for websites every girl want to meet me so bad but I had to get id first I’m glad my membership ran out I lost a lot of trust and faith in people after that site and I was living in hotel homeless at time and money I lost really hurt me but I was lonely and bored so I tried. Whoever goes on site do not belive any girls on there anyofthem
Sex Search is not a total scam, at least it wasn’t a few years ago. I met a lovely Lady on SexSearch.com that turned out to be a swinging sex adict, she moved in with me and she was my GF. We were togeather for over 9 months during which time we fucked eachother brains out for 4 to 5 hours a day, every day that we were togeather. So, no its not a total scam! The problem is there are far more males than females on there, so the gals have their pick of whom they fuck. I met several people on the site that I hooked up with.
it does appear to be a ripoff. you can expect very little to nothing for you money. but dont worry they will bombard you dozens of possible hits to get you to renew. once you do its back to the no results routine for them. its also automated replies. just a pure ripoff. spread the word any chance you have
RIP off ALL PICTURES OF WOMEN ARE NOT AUSTRALIAN. PROOF IS THE LIGHT SWITCHES, BRICKS, PAVEMENT DESIGNS DEFINITELY NOT 100% AUSTRALIAN
This really is for real and it is legal?
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