The investigation on XPersonals.com has revealed signs of dishonesty and scam on this site. We will provide elaborate evidence of XPersonals.com conning acts and inform you about the tactics this site uses to cheat and deceive you.
We invite you to continue reading and welcome your comments about personal experiences on this site, or any questions that you might have. You can use the comments section at the end of the page.
Questions we answer in this review
- Are the dating profiles on XPersonals.com genuine?
- Who is sending you chats, emails or other type of messages?
- Is XPersonals.com really a free dating service?
- Are there any real people on XPersonals.co?
- Is XPersonals.com a legitimate site or a scam?
We visited this dating site, signed up and created our profile. One-by-one everything about XPersonals.com started to resemble scam. But it wasn’t until we visited the Terms of Service Agreement document that we found solid evidence for our doubts.
1) The Dating Profiles on XPersonals.com Are Fake “Online Flirts” Profiles
From the very moment we signed in we were amazed by the number of women on this site that had made profiles and were ready to date and hook up. But where were the men? Well, there are no men, except for the real men, like you who are visiting this site in the hopes of finding a woman to communicate with and eventually meet. XPersonals.com is aimed at naive men, who cannot detect the scamming workings of the site and rip them off. The site fabricates women’s dating profiles called Online Flirts who are completely made up. Nothing in this profiles is real, from their names, to their photographs, personal information, location or interests.
EVIDENCE: “THIS SITE USES FANTASY PROFILES CALLED “ONLINE FLIRT®”. You may encounter profiles that are total fakes and you may receive communications from total fakes through our services. By “total fakes” we mean to include profiles that are total fiction, pure and simple, posted by people who bear no resemblance whatsoever to the identity described.”
2) Computer Software Sends Automated Messages without Human Involvement
Besides filling up the site with women, Online Flirts have another role and that is to help XPersonals.com send you messages. They are trying to engage you in the site’s features and services by sending you computerized communications that seem very real. Messages start pouring while you are using the site as a free member, we got over 20 messages in an hour. Of course, there is absolutely nothing real about them.
EVIDENCE: “We will employ technical means to engage you in the simulation of flirting with and discovering other attractive people. If we do it well, you may never be able to tell that we are doing it or know when it happens. We mean also to include communications generated by people who are deceiving you in every regard about their identity, description, and motives and communications from scripts and programs operated automatically to deceive and mislead, which may not actually not be transmitted by any real person at all.”
3) XPersonals.com Is Not Free and Will Charge Money
Actually, every time you try to send a message to a woman you see on the site, or if you receive a message from someone and try to read it, you are taken to the payment page and requested to take out your credit card and pay for membership upgrade. This is the manner in which they extort money from real users. Here are the payment plans they offer.
- $34.95 for 1 month membership (renewed every month without your permission)
- $70.26 for 3 months of membership (renewed at $34.95 every month after 3 months expire)
Even if you choose to only pay for subscription for one or three months, the site will continue charging money from your credit card even after the time-frame you chose has expired, and they will do it without notifying you.
4) The Only Real People Are Hired and Paid By XPersonals.com
If messages feel natural and real, they are most likely employees of the site who are just doing the job and communicating with you. Also, the women you see in the Web Cams service are paid models who are hired to do this. These people will pretend to like you, flirt with you and string you along as a part of their compensated employment.
EVIDENCE: “The real people you meet, if any, may be total imposters and may have malicious or pecuniary motives; they may even be paid to engage you. You are most strenuously advised to trust no one but your Mother, and certainly not to trust the rascals or programs you will meet here. We may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment.”
Is XPersonals.com legitimate?
Of course NOT. After doing this investigation and research on XPersonals.com, we can say with confidence that this site is only aimed at your money. They will not provide you with possible dates, or real communications. There is no way to meet anyone real here, and there is no way for any further meeting in person with anyone from XPersonals.com.
XPersonals.com Scam Questions
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XPersonals.com Contact Info
Address: Virtual Landscape Limited, Suite 102, Envoy House, La Vrangue, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 3EN
Contact Page: http://www.xpersonals.com/helpform.php
Email Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 1 (661) 705-3864 or (888) 523-2327
Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been deceived or overcharged.