ED Magedson – Founder
xxxcupid.comOrlando, Florida United States of America
There is a scam happening at www.xxxcupid.com where you'll get an advertisement usually from a sexual website stating if you are looking to hook up with hot singles in your area to click here. You click on the ad and you are instructed to input all your age verification, name, your match, personality profile, and credit card information while being teased at watching a cyber image of a stripper undress her clothes. You get directed to the site and are asked to finish with your profile by uploading pictures of yourself, a bio, and video (optional). You get a 2 or 3 day trial period and then get charged the regular membership fees (basic, gold, or the ultimate package) whatever. You agree to the terms & conditions and all that jazz then you're done. Before you know it in about up to 30 min you'll have a couple of dates wanting to meet you, friend requests, and some private email messages. You respond to the email messages and chat with your date back and forth on and on. The conversation really doesn't go anywhere. When you make preparations to finally meet in person, your 'date' will make an excuse or create an illusion that he / she needs more time to get to know you. Your personal information like (phone numbers, email addresses, and etc) get filtered out by 'someone'. HOW IN THE WORLD ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO MEET IN PERSON IF NONE OF YOU CAN EXCHANGE CONTACT INFORMATION??? Well I got an answer for that. It's because the person you're talking to isn't the person you think you're talking to. My theory is that these so called 'dates' are really employees hiding under fake profiles to keep first time members on the site until they actually meet a real member with similar interests. You're paying a monthly membership fee to speak with people that don't exist. I don't think you heard me! YOU'RE PAYING A MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP FEE TO SPEAK WITH PEOPLE WHO DON'T EXIST IN THE HOPES OF GETTING A DATE! I found out the hard way and actually wrote one of the girls that had contacted me. She started off first with some poetic crap that didn't make any sense to me and then when I wrote back that's how the conversation started. I asked for her phone number and was told 'i'll call you and then give you my number'. Red flag alert! I responded back with 'the reason why you'll call me instead of me call you' is because you're not really who you say you are and I immediately got an email back pronto saying 'you're an a*s, nice work detective, get a life in your dreams'. The girl that I was talking to is from Orlando, FL supposedly. When that email came in pronto, the time stamp on the email said 3 hrs ago. Guess what that means, she's not from Florida. 3 hrs ago would mean pacific standard time. In Florida it's Eastern standard time. Again, this site is designed for you to pay membership fees monthly all the while you're still hoping to secure a date when the reality is you're not getting a date with anybody. By the way, they really really push the yearly membership on you so they can suck out as much money out of their victims. DO NOT GO ON THAT SITE, YOU WILL NOT GET A DATE, OR GET LAID. And there are plenty more other adult websites out there that I believe may be under the same umbrella operation as this one is. I LOST $70 of my hard earned money to find a nice date to find a nice RIP OFF!!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/31/2010 01:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/xxxcupidcom/Orlando-Florida-32839/xxxcupidcom-Scam-Orlando-Florida-636090. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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