How to Avoid Scam on (REVIEW)


If you are a person searching the internet for some online dating fun, you should be wary of some dating sites that are out there to scam you. Our mission is to point out the dating services we find fishy and provide evidence to back up our suspicions. Since there is a lot of fuss on the internet about a site called, we thought we may have a look and investigate. We invite you to read this review to find out what the Dating Cop Team discovered and what you should know about before creating a profile.

Ways to avoid scam on

Although the site looks genuine and real, we immediately had some doubts. Since you have to agree to the Terms of Use before you can sign up and create your profile, we thought we’d read this document carefully. In fact in this document we found all the proof we needed to warn you about the site’s scamming techniques.


1) Be Careful Of Fabricated Profiles

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: “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 XMEETING.COM, we may post fictitious profiles…”

As you can read in this excerpt, uses their right to post fictitious profiles to, as they put it, enhance your experience on the site. But, why does a dating site that claims to be genuine need to employ additional means for stimulation on the site? Maybe because there are not many, if any, real women who are actually using the site. needs to fill up the site with dating profiles to make you believe there are a lot of people you can meet here. After all, what is an online dating site without anyone you can date?! The truth is dating profiles contain fake photographs, fictitious personal information, false interests. Moreover, their country and city location is made up and the same fabricated profiles may appear to be near me, and also appear to be in the area of someone else who is thousands of miles away or on the other side of the planet.


2) Doubt the Legitimacy of Electronic Messaging Services

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: “We may generate or respond to communications by means of automated programs or scripts that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being (though none really exists and any dialog is generated by programming). 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.”

This part from the terms of use page tells you explicitly that no one is actually communicating with you, no one likes your profile, and no one is sending you chat or email messages. wants you to believe that the communications are genuine. Sending automated messages is the other reason why the site needs fabricated profiles – to deceive you into believing that they are sent by real site members.


3) Never Trust Real Site Members

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: “…and we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment.”

This sentence was the icing on the cake for us. does not only use fabricated profiles to populate the site and to send you messages, they also will hire and pay employees to interact with you. These people may only be doing their job, but they will never tell you that they are actually running a scam and stringing you along.


4) Careful Who You Give Your Credit Card Information To

If you are wondering why would go through so much trouble to create profiles, send computerized messages and hire people to interact with you, then you need to learn that this site will charge you for using their services. This is a classic scam and rip off, where you pay for services you don’t get. Here is the pricelist on, and don’t forget that all payments are automatically renewed after your initial subscription period is due.

  • $29.95 for each 1 month of site membership
  • $59.95 for 3 months of site membership
  • $99.95 for 6 months of site membership


The verdict on is hiding under the mask of an online dating site, when it is actually associated with and – another two well-known dating scams. Much like these other sites, is completely untrustworthy itself. We advise you to always pay close attention and never give your credit card information to a dating site without reading the terms and conditions of use first. After all, the best way to avoid getting scammed on this site is to avoid signing up and using completely. All in all, here is what we can conclude about this site:

  • Any women you see on the site are all profiles fabricated by the site
  • Email and chat messages they send are completely computer-automated
  • Employees are hired to scam you by interacting in ways computers fail to
  • It is NOT a free dating service and you will be ripped off
  • The end goal is for you to get scammed without noticing
  • You will never meet anyone from this site in real life, because they aren’t real people using the site Scam Questions

Got anything to ask or add? Feel free to use the comments section below to post your questions about any uncertainties or to share your personal experiences with Contact Info

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Amory Building, Victoria Road, Basseterre, St. Kitts, St. Kitts and Nevis

Email Contact:

Phone Number: 1 661 705-5088

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, scammed and overcharged.

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18 thoughts on “How to Avoid Scam on (REVIEW)”

  1. This basically confirms my suspicions. This is my first dip in the Internet dating scene, it was a spur of the moment decision. I forget what even led me to Xmeeting, but I made a free profile last week. I’ll get an email saying I’ve been liked/messaged about twice a day. What’s funny is that even though I promised myself not to pay anything, I started actually contemplating it (hence why I’m here). I got two messages from a cute girl that seems to good to be true. The messages seem genuine, sentence structuring feels realistic… but the main thing that keeps me in check is how these “girls” unrealistically await a response from you. Surely they could hazard a guess I’m unable to respond because I haven’t paid, right? I’m now quite certain that this technique rests at the heart of their operations. 100% agree with this examination, don’t trust Xmeeting.

  2. I joined two weeks ago and when I found out that Sexyluv30 was nothing but a scam I was really upset. I lost my wife 4 years ago and I thought that it was time to get back into the scene. I paid the equivalent of $84.00
    Canadian since it was a US conversion and I’m still trying to get my head around this after even personal emails were sent for hookups by some service. I hope I can find a lady for some fun but I’m teally discouragef now.

    • Those email addresses like citymail and nightmail are fake to.I’m sorry to hear about your problems with this site. I had some disappointment of my own.

    • Yep, I miss the “good ‘ol days” when meeting, attraction, and some chemistry all happened in a 15 minute conversation over a drink. But that was back when people actually Talked to each other…

  3. I didn’t get scammed on this site but I ran into an actual girl. She sneakily watermarked her email and number on her pictures. Turns out, she’s a hooker when I emailed her.

  4. There’s quite a few of these X dating sites. Xsocial xdating and a few more and they are all scams. I got on xsocial and I had accumulated a bunch of messages and likes finally I paid for a month and answered some of the messages. Guess what nobody answered back as a matter of fact all messages and likes stopped. And when I didn’t renew my upgrade status you guessed it I started getting messages and likes again. Don’t take no rocket scientist to figure that out.

  5. this article is spot on; don’t fall for their false messages, fake shown users and other tricks to suck you into a membership

    it will yield nothing – its a waste of your time and money

  6. Yep I was scammed. The flirtatious and compelling messages stopped as soon as I paid. When I challenged the service about it they brushed me off. I have complained to them again and requested a refund but am not holding my breath. Beware!

  7. Thank you for the confirmation that, yep, it’s a scam and fortunately I didn’t pay anything. Will terminate my account today. Miss the days of Free aol chat rooms (back in the 90’s). Now that $ is involved, only ones making out are the scammers themselves.

  8. Lol.. as I read these comments, count me
    “Guity”! Got divorced around 5 years back. Was married for 30… didn’t have this kind of thing when I was younger. I made a profile (free) and immediately started getting “likes” and messages. So I joined for one Month. As soon as I did, I wrote some that wrote me.. Nuthin’… but one actually. I was of course suspicious of a 20 year old saying “I love your pic babe”… Lol.
    But, I may be the Only one!? A 45 year old Woman wrote me.. saying she was from the same town. She gave me her number, and we talked for a few weeks. We made plans to meet in public for lunch. I was feeling strange (my first date in years)! Believe it or not, it WAS Her that showed up! Unbelievable!
    Now, back to reality. It only lasted one date.. and I wrote many others. No replies. I ended my one Month and just laugh at all the messages I still get now.
    Call me Crazy, but I’m telling the truth.
    Am I it? Lmao.. Probably.

  9. Most of this people claiming to be military on dating sites are scammers. You find them on every dating sites , also on instagram. I was involved in a romance scam that I lost a lot of money to the tune $500,000 . I advice you to always insist to see your alleged lover before any financial commitment. If you have lost money to this heartless con artists you can contact them by searching for Miguel Aruso ( Cybercrime Investigator) They recovered about 80% of my funds traced to the con artist that scammed me. Thank me later.

  10. Sex Encounters appears to be a related site to X meeting. The two sites swap data of joined members. Would you care to do a review of that site as well?

  11. I want to thank you for having this website and reporting on these frauds!!
    I was so “tempted” to “join” for a month,but something kept screaming out at me “fraud!”
    Although the “girls” who “liked” and sent messages to me were to “die for” Im glad my “bigger head” won out this time!!

  12. Thanks for doing this! It really is amazing what some sites will do to get money.
    Was hopin you could check out “Asian Melodies” Its almost run the same as “xmeeting”

  13. Be sure you cancel your account over the phone….I deleted my account, they charged me a refused to refund me. I am reporting my card stolen so they can not use it again in 6 months.

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