Is Cheating and Deceiving You? (REVIEW)


It only takes a couple of minutes to sign up and create a profile on for free. However, in a matter of minutes “Online Emissaries” start flooding your inbox with private message. Although this may sound like a great dating service, you should keep in mind that these profiles are fabricates, just like the messages they send. In this review we get to the bottom of the scamming tactics of and invite you to continue reading. will ask for your money members that cannot detect the scam will love the site’s features and the services it has to offer. You can find detailed information about the women on the site, check out multiple photographs, search according to your preferences, send and receive messages, join chat rooms, etc. There is only one catch – the site’s services are not free and you will be charged big time to be able to use services. Here are the offered pricing list and payment options:

Silver Membership

  • $1.95 for a 3 day trial membership
  • $29.95 for 1 month of site membership
  • $59.95 for 3 months of site membership

Gold Membership

  • $34.95 for a monthly membership
  • $69.95 for 3 months of membership
  • $149.99 for 12 months of membership on the site

What are you paying for?

1) Fabricated dating profiles of women

First of all, we thought it was fishy that all these gorgeous women are looking for connections and dates online. Then, you get distracted by the email messages that start pouring in your inbox only minutes after registering. But if you look more carefully, you’ll come to understand that the women you see on the site, as well as the women who are contacting you are a part of the “Online Emissaries” service. Now, let’s review an excerpt taken from the Terms and Conditions of Use Agreement on, which backs up our suspicions.

FROM THE TERMS AND 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”). By accepting these Terms you further acknowledge and agree that any information or pictures displayed to you via an ONLINE EMISSARIES profile does not relate to an actual person.”


2) Automatically generated email messages

In the terms and conditions document it is stated that the communications from “Online Emissaries” are automatically generated, which means that computer software is sending you emails. Later, you’d also read that messages and any other type of correspondence may be generated by third parties hired or contracted by whoever owns “Online Emissaries” deceive men into believing that they are actually communicating with local girls and lure them into paying for upgrade. The reality is that none of these girls are real. They are here to make it look like there are many women on the website, to bait you, and then rip you off.

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS: “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 in order to increase activity and to monitor the compliance to these Terms.”


3) Hired and paid employees contact you

Later in the terms of use we discovered that messages or any correspondence may be generated by third parties hired or contracted by those owns The site has the need to hire and pay employees who pretend that they are real site members. Computer-generated communications are very unnatural and needs to keep people paying the subscription fees, so they also need to create a more natural flow of conversations. The women in the live cams feature are also paid models.

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS: “ONLINE EMISSARIES may be employed by or a third party to enhance Your online experience.”


4) You cannot meet anyone on

The point of an online dating site is to connect you with other people with similar interests and provide you with a chance to meet someone in real life. That will never happen on because there are simply no real people on the site. is aware of this fact, but they don’t care about matching people when they are set on getting your money.

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS: “You 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 and You.” Scam Questions

If you’d like to ask us a question we didn’t get to answer in this review, feel free to post your enquiries in the comments section below. In order to help other site users avoid scam, you are welcomed to share your personal experiences with You never know who you might help. Contact Info

Addresses: PO Box 1058 Basseterre,St. KittsEast Caribbean

48 Constant Spring Rd Kingston 10 Jamaica

42 Dositheou Street, Strovolos, Nicoisa 2028, Cyprus


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 or ripped off.

Verdict on

We advise you to always read the terms of use on such online dating sites. If not when signing up, at least before you give them your credit card info. It is a boring task, but you can be that you will get what you are paying for and avoid getting scammed and ripped off. Here are several important points that you need to remember about

  • Women’s dating profiles are fabricated and part of the “Online Emissary” service
  • “Online Emissaries” contact you through computer-automated messages
  • You cannot use any services on the site unless you pay for a membership upgrade
  • The real people on the site are employees whose job is to deceive you
  • is not a dating service, since you cannot find a date on the site