Is A Scam Or A Honest Dating Service? (REVIEW)

xPickup is an online dating site that promises to help you meet attractive single women without any charge for using the service. But is it really so? In this review we will investigate the scamming tactics that uses to deceive and rip off its users, since we have the proof that it’s not a legitimate dating service. Read our review to learn what to avoid getting scammed and how to protect yourself.

Facts about

(a)  The site creates fictitious profiles of women to fill up the site

(b)  You receive computer-automated messages that look like real communications

(c)  The end goal is for you to pay for the use of services and features

(d)  You may be communicating with employees of hired to string you along


How scams you?

In order to find solid evidence for the scamming details on we found suspicious, we opened and carefully read the Terms & Conditions of use document. It was on this page where we found the proof for scams.


1) Computer-automated messages

Automated and false messages are actually the first deception you can spot on, since it takes only a few minutes for you to start getting messages from local women who seem to be very interested in you and flirting. Believe us when we say that all messages sent to you are made-up and sent by computer software to you and many other site members at the same time.


2) Fabricated Profiles Of Site Membes fabricates women’s dating profiles and uses fake photographs, personal information and interests to create such profiles. These member’s accounts are created to make the site look full of gorgeous ladies, but the truth is that is probably used by hundreds of men, while no women sign up. But, what is a dating site without women? That is why has to make them up, and earn money by double-crossing naive or uninformed male members.


3) Upgrading Your Membership And Subscription Fees

If you are wondering why an online dating service would go through so much trouble to deceive you in so many various ways, you should know that is not a free dating service and will try to take your money. They deceive you by flaunting the word “Free” on their home page, but is anything but a free dating service. The catch is that when you see a woman and try to send her a message – you are asked to upgrade to a paid membership. Also, when you receive a chat, email, or instant message – you are asked to pay for an upgrade to be able to read it and respond. Here are your payment options:

  • $29.95 to subscribe for 1 month on the site
  • $59.95 to subscribe for 3 months on the site
  • $119.95 to subscribe for 12 months on the site

*NOTE: The site has a recurring subscription plan, which means that your paid membership is continued for the amount of time you selected when you subscribed the first time. The site will keep charging your credit card at the end of each subscription period without notifying you additionally. The only way to stop from taking your money over and over again is to cancel your paid membership.


4) Employees Hired By

Not only does fabricate its own profiles, the site also hires and pays people to interact and flirt with you. These employees are hired to chat you up, flirt with you and keep the conversation going. Sadly, in many cases they succeed to keep this scam going for a long time and it can be too late before you realize that you have been cheated.

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS 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 XPICKUP.COM, we may post fictitious profiles, 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), and we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment. 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 sincere, they may be quite disingenuous.


The verdict on

We kindly advise you to stay away from It is a complete waste of your precious time and money and you will never know how many fraudulent actions are going on unless you read the terms of use. We hope that from now on you will never skip reading this important document. Scam Questions

We encourage you to send us your personal take on Information that you may share about your experience of using this site can help others avoid getting scammed and ripped off. Also, if you have any questions regarding this subject, you can post them in the comments section below. Contact Info

Address: PO Box 440, Envoy House, La Vrangue, St Peter Port, Guernsey

Email Contact:

Phone Number: N/A

Report and File a Complaint

Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been scammed or ripped off.

9 thoughts on “Is A Scam Or A Honest Dating Service? (REVIEW)”

  1. Thankyou there a few sites like this site under a few names but I believe are all this site .I’ve received spam from all of and have ended up with an account so called account though I never tried to start one they have the wrong d.o.b and false details the only thing is my photo that looks like they got it from my older Google account so tell others to be carefully with photos on Google or Facebook you might end up with an account you never asked for on this site (PS they never got my $$$ or true details

  2. I completely agree with your assesment of Every time you click on any profile you will recieve a notification saying that person wS checking you out. I’ve recieved some messages as well that I know are BS. For instance one asked “if I was close by ” when obviously I am only a town away. I learned all these scam moves in other sites another one being completely the same MO. Soon as you buy in you will never hear from the so called interest ever again. I hope my words make it out there so we can end these lieing cheats.

  3. Pickup is a SCAM. All the women shown only have 1 photo. They never reply.
    DO NOT join or subscribe. FRAUD

  4. This is not the only ‘dating site’ run by the same people. Other sites include: ‘No Strings Fun’, ‘Meet Wives’, ‘xCupids’, ‘Your Cupid Matches’, ‘X Crushes’. I wonder why they are allowed to ‘do business’?

  5. All these sites are scam i sigh up for X-PICKUP.COM stayway the best thing to do call your Credit Card Company they will help out and cancels your subscriptions and put a block on your billing and refunded my account was deleted.

  6. I was just scammed by xpickup only 8$ but is it an ongoing deal. I had essage and my credits were used up @a rate of&8 a minute

  7. I used a couple accounts on there site to make use of the first three free messages, whenever I contacted any lady on there, get this. Same questions from all three of my profiles once I took a break to comment back to them, first ice get a. You still here from the women, then ide get, from what I see on your profile where quite compatable ide say, then ide get a corrected spelling on there message to me of the word compatible. There next message to me would be a 🙁 so after that I was, well I felt bad at first for cheating for free messages, then I seen all three accounts had exactly the same rellies to me. Well two wrongs don’t make a right, so shame on me, but bleep bleep bleep them, darn scam artists, first of all screw with people that are tryn to find partners or just someone to not feel alone. Its discussing, I’m getting hold of the better business burrow right away. Right after I make my complaint. I’m contacting there customer service, I’m going to tell them what I did, I also screen captured all three account messages, lol. Maybe I should tell them I’ve had a tramatic experiance, tell them I’m getting a lawyer and suing them for ruining my online dating experiance. Greatful to I’ll forever be an ambassador of your good work and worth the time to check out these companies, before you post your pics on line and so many other possible bad outcomes of these greedy sites,. Thanks for letting me rant on and on. Feel free to contact me if you wish to hear of how I’m making out with shutting them n companies like them. So easy. All I needed was three email accounts, I used only one of my pics three dif ways, color pic, black n white pic and ambient pic, sucker. Well to bad it waisted two evening of my time, the hurt once I realized. These are employees of there’s I’m chating with, omg and the lingo on that site isn’t for the meek or children’s ears n eyes, thanks again. Daren

  8. Hi, I think if you and or the rest of the people getting scammed want retribution and get this garbage off the net its time to sue/charge and convict the credit card processors for knowingly accepting funds for fraudulent web hosting. follow the money and you will find the perpetrators.

  9. I have wasted a lot of time on these sites trying to test if real or not and got swindled out of my money by a few of them. Are there any sites like these that are actually real?

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