Associated with other fake dating sites such as XCheaters.com, XPickup.com, FlirtHookup.com and XMeeting.com, find out which conning techniques does XSocial.com use to scam its users. In this review we will get to the bottom of how this website scams you into paying money and not getting any actual contacts or dates. Continue reading to discover all about the illegitimacy of XSocial.com.
Review of XSocial.com’s conning tactics
“In order to enhance your amusement experience, to stimulate you and others to use our Services more extensively, and to generally sprinkle some sparkle and excitement into the Services of XSOCIAL.COM, we may post fictitious profiles (1), generate or respond to communications by means of automated programs or scripts (2) that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being (though none really exists and any dialog is generated by programming), and we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment (3). While these communications may seem genuine, authentic, and personal, they may be broadcast simultaneously to a large number of persons and possess none of these qualities. While their contents may appear to be true, they may be quite false; while their contents may appear to be sincere, they may be quite disingenuous.”
1) XSocial.com Posts Fictitious Profiles
Did you see all the beautiful and gorgeous women on the website, posting provocative photographs? They all look amazing, and it’s a bit odd that such women would need to be on a dating site to find men to hook up with. This should be one of the warning signs that something is off. XSocial.com is creating fictitious dating profiles of women who don’t really exist on the site. These dating profiles are not real and are used for marketing purposes only.
2) XSocial.com Uses Automated Programs and Scripts
Not only is XSocial.com creating fake dating profiles to scam you, they are also using computer-automated messages and send them through the fake profiles. This means that no one is actually sending you emails and no one is interacting with you. It’s all computer software created to cheat you and make you reach for your credit card.
Some naïve people actually fall for these conning tactics because they are deceived by the site and lead to believe XSocial.com has real people. The biggest scam of all is when this site tries to charge real users. That’s right! Whenever you try to interact in any way with any other site member (which is most probably a fabricated profile), you are asked to upgrade your account to a paid membership. Here is the price list of XSocial.com:
- $29.95 for a monthly subscription to the site
- $59.95 for 3 months of subscription to the site
- $99.95 for 12 months of subscription to the site
3) XSocial.com Hires and Pays Employees to Deceive You
This is also true. XSocial.com hires and pays people to connect with you on the site, to chat with you online, and to send you instant messages and emails. These employees will flirt with you and pretend they like, but they are just doing their job. Their main goal is to keep you paying the monthly membership fees for as long as possible.
The verdict on XSocial.com
We kindly advise all our viewers to stay away from this conning site. XSocial.com will do just about anything to scam and rip off people. Please beware and remember to always read the Terms and Conditions document carefully. It may be a lot, but it can protect you from becoming a victim to such online dating scams. The Dating Cop team rates this site as illegitimate and highly untrustworthy.
XSocial.com Contact Info
Address: PO Box 440, Envoy House, La Vrangue, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 3ZN
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.