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I went to this sit in search of fun…before buying a membership l would get two pr three flirts a day that some hot chick wanted to hook up…the very day l joined the flirts stoped…. The flirts are all automated through computer software of course just to lure you into buying a membership. I just told bank I didn't make the charge. Why take a chance.
I had my money back in my acct 10 minut s later. I am sure if they get your money. I figured it out real quick, but not before they scammed me. Please potential buyer's do not bite!!! First, contact your bank and report the fraudulent activity. They will immediately cancel the card and reimburse the amount of money lost.
They will open an investigation to determine if you are trying to defraud them. In the same process they will investigate the perpetrators and, if unlawful activity is identified, they will prosecute to the fullest.
Understand that this latter part rarely occurs. For the most part the crooks are not apprehended. But if by chance they happen to detain one it is a happy day. Firt off, I thought the site might be fair dinkum, but now I know it is a scam — I've been thinking about it and I wondered at one stage if it was a front for a police operation, but I suppose not — if the police contact me, I will get back here with an update of what went down.
I do suggest to everyone that they view all dating sites which ask for money as a scam — the only probable safe ones, are the free ones, which connect like minded people together, without a price involved. Never, never spend money — but if you do, never with your Mastercard or Visa, do it through PayPal or a similar payment option which keeps your Banking details private to you.
If you paid out and want the money back, go through your bank. You can stop automatic payments from there and if the money taken was fraudulent, you might be able to claw it back, via your bank, because you have been scammed and like someone said, these girls are simply too beautiful, to not be getting dates and so on, to need to make contact with you or me — we get the not so beautiful ones, and you see plenty of them in various shapes and sizes around shopping centres and in the industrial hub of the city where you live……….
As a male, I found with online dating sites in Aussie, I was getting 2 to 3 responses to my profile each week, one or two, I had a look at in person, but the women concerned put pix of themselves when they were years younger and they did not look at all like their pix when I met them — if they were dishonest from the outset, what hopes then of a truthful relationship with me — no thanks.
If you do make a date, watch her eyes, if they are everywhere around where you meet and not on you — she is not interested in you and I recommend you don't touch her with a barge pole. My female companion, who I eventually met, did not post her picture and said she had lost 40kg, which I thought meant that she would be skinny, so I was floored when this huge woman got out of her SUV — I said from the outset I was not interested in her physically and we have agreed that I will look online for the occasional sex date, however, that said, in all other ways she was ideal and after 2 days in my home, in one of my spare bedrooms we don't have sex shudder and she has her own bedroom and I have mine, I asked her to move in with me, which she eventually did and I am now so happy with my life and with her — so "if" you eventually meet someone, be upfront with your expectations and don't knock her back if sex is going to be an issue, you can always punt around to try and get that elsewhere — a really good friend of the opposite sex if that is how you swing and company, is paramount, especially as you get older, instead of remaining single and hellishly lonely.
My friend was flooded with men looking for company and sex referred to her from the dating site — she had hundreds to choose from whereas, as I mentioned earlier, I only got 2 or 3 replies each week. It made no sense to me at the time, but now it does — these dating sites get loads of men who sign up, but very few women and since only the woman knows how many contacts she gets and never us men I would say the chances of actually making a connection through online dating with a woman is remote, even when the dating site is kosher.
Few women, loads of men. So how do you meet women in real time now, when everything is electronic and computerized and "women", if they exist, all seem to have predetermined ideas of their ideal mate and if you don't fit their profile, you don't get a contact — probably meet someone on the hoof at the local pub, or social club, or in the agony columns of the local rag newspaper singles columns , or at least where women congregate — cooking classes at your local school in the evenings, would be a great contact place and you get to eye the goods first, too and see if a date is possible and learn to chat them up and don't set your sights too high, lol.
If you do get a screw, make sure she is on the pill or use a condom — the last thing you want is a kid and maintenance for the next 18 to 20 years, here in Aussie, deducted from your pay packet before you even see it — I had a vasetomy years ago, so I can't have kids anyway and the women I've met since had their kids and had their tubes tied, so there was no worry about that.
Yes,me too am a victim of flirt local. The only conversation I had was two times. I'm not signing up for another site. Different girls gave me the same name to look for one I sign up for "free" lifetime use! In this particular investigation we got redirected to FlirtLocal.
This is a site that we have investigated and exposed for fraudulent behavior in another previous investigation. But why then is LocalFlirtBuddies. Not only that but I m profile shows my address that I had 10 years ago. This is so Fake!!!!!!!!
Yes it's really, in HornyAffairs I received a lot of message before upgrade and pay I pay for one month but after no one answer,. My boyfriends email was signed up to this site. It was an incomplete profile, but he received about six messages In a week. After seeing that he had an account on this site I confronted him. I pointed out it was he email. He continues to deny ever signing up for it. Ive been having a hard time believing him, but after reading above, Im thinking maybe I should believe him.
I doubt he signed up as I have had the same type of thign many times. I agree with the Admin's response. Finally, I came to the conclusion he wasn't utilizing that site because his very public, well established for decades, email was his handle. No other info, pics or outgoing correspondece under the profile. I'm going through the exact same thing.. I went and made me a fake profile…emails started being sent to my inbox…fkn asshole I'm so hurt idk what to believe.
Read into site, most all from god awful named countries.. Just to say I was completely scammed by flirtlocal. Hopefully I have got out and cancelled everything before paying any more! I wish i had come across your report and warning before going into this.
Hey everyone… I was just messaged by a supposed date from flirt local!!!! I live in Vancouver, Canada and this person claims to live in the same area as well!!! I haven't been on this site for over a year…. I was wondering if anyone else has been approached by her ,or if she is another victim of this scam???
She claims to reside in my area Los Angeles and goes by the name "miacu. This site no doubt is operated by the same crooks! A lot of websites are scams. Found out early on. One tried to rip me of for Bank automatically canceled card and called me to tell me. Got lots of replys and no further communictions from the women. Knew each site was a scam when the money requet came up.
Cancelled out of all and have an empty mail box and no chances of viruses to damage new computer. I signed up to this as I was messaged by a couple of local girls, they were not exactly model material but nice enough for me and since I payed to become a premium member to reply after being aloud a couple of free messages I was lured in also because they didn't display the upto date prices of course my card kept being declined, it took two days just to upgrade and in that time this one girl messaged me asking if I had lost interest, so once I finally got on the site I send my replies etc but nothing back at all and their support team keep telling me to clear my cookies and things.
Definately a bogus site, the minute O signed up the e mails and flirts from girls stopped. I immediately disputed the charge with my Bank and they told me they couldn't do nothing about it so I closed my account to avoid any reccuring charges.
It's a shame nothng can be done about rip off sites like this. Hello everyone in the future open any photo with Chrome right click on it and search for it with Chrome if theres doubles its bound to be fake.
Does this profile pic look like it was faked? Just to add, out of fun, I created 2 different accounts and if I bring up a search, the complete set of girls are completely different in my town on both accounts.
I can't find a girl on my first account anywhere in search on my second vice versa. These people tried and tried to scam me. Yesterday, I got into an hour long, 12 e-mail conversation with a "woman".
I finally busted her when she said she would meet me in the lobby of a hotel that had closed 10 years ago.
Finally she said "You win. I give up ". Yhen she sent a? At least you figured out they were fake before it was too late. Ya I'm a sucker too I wasn't sure then I bought in and sure enough I feel scammed, stupid me, well at least it was a prepaid card, and it will run out.
Still though how can I trust anything. Yes , this site lured me with lots of gorgeous women doing lots of nasty things we dream about and say they live in your town.
Got me for a sign up fee and then nothing from no-one. I ragged on their comments column for several days about it being a scam and their erection pills were worthless- thankfully did not go that far But they kicked me off the sight. Least I got in several days of bad advertising of them on their own site.
So I guess I give them their monies worth of scam back at them. I'd suggest everyone else to do the same. Why isn't there internet police for this crap. This was last year and they are still operating Gives the whole internet thing a bad image. My only question is how in the hell they got the pictures on that flirtlocal site? I am on that standard and have got a few response from these ladies? A Fake of many fakes.
I found this review too late… but at least I paid just a few days with a pre-paid card.. I can confirm that this site is a complete scam…. This site also copied my profile into other sites, where later, checking deeply, I found same girls but with other names and cities… those sites were: Sorry I didn't see this sooner because I just signed up using a credit card for 3 months.
Anything I can do now to get out of this? Then a hot college student started bombing me with explicit messages for a little while. I couldn't respond — free membership — and I didn't hear from her for a while. I did and the reply was to click on this link which is just sending you to another scam site. I sent her emails and then the replies are that she can't read your emails.
I just delete them anymore because it is another scam set up to rip you off. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. October 19, at 7: October 20, at 4: July 23, at 4: November 5, at November 22, at 8: November 23, at 5: January 3, at 6: January 19, at 2: May 26, at 1: The messages I got seemed to all be from fake profiles.
Why do they seem fake? Yes, this dating site has a question about your favorite position. We have tried a ton of dating sites in preparation for our compilation review of the top sites to meet older women and this is a first for us.
Secondly, the messages are boiler plate. But a quick search for profiles in an urban area yields dozens of pages of results again, the actual number of results is not listed. I assume most of them are bots, but there must be at least one or two real profiles mixed in there. However, sifting through hundreds of fake messages for that one real woman seems tedious and dangerous. Honestly, I just feel bad for any of the real people on this site.
I clicked on it, and it opened a new tab in my browser that just repeatedly refreshed itself without ever taking me to another site. I assume that my amazing adblocker was protecting me from whatever virus ridden live-cam site it was trying to take me to. In this Agreement, you release us from all liability stemming from any of this.
That is an actual quote from the terms and conditions on Flirtlocal. But the real meat of the agreement is in this one line: Scam alert, code red! Where is Guernsey, you ask? I had to look it up myself. I dug a little bit deeper into the company, and I read many accounts of them ripping off their customers.
One complaint that I read listed other dating sites that the company operates. What does that mean? The reviews sound like they were spat out of Google Translate. These prices are quite fair considering how satisfying the results are.
How much did they have to pay someone to write that gem? My personal favorite, however, is this one: There are a ton of dating sites out there.
Some of them are legit. And some of them are in that grey area between legit and total scam, where it may be worth playing around a bit, as long as you know what you are getting into.
Put Flirt Local in that last category: