Funny fake online dating profiles
When navigating the website, every now and again you will see a message similar to the one below: If you check the box and hit update, your profile on Benaughty will now appear on as well.You will then find that you’re bombarded with exactly the same spammy tricks that Benaughty dishes out.FAKE”“At first when you sign up for the “free” site you start getting phony emails with pictures that are obviously stock photos. None of the “contacts” I got ever wrote back, and all messages I got were written with the same language and included stock photos, indicating they were all fake.When I stopped recurring billing, they kept billing me anyway, so I had to put a block through my credit card company.But the reality is – Sarah does not exist, nor does she have a profile on Benaughty, and nor do any of her friends.But you won’t find a statement of disclosure anywhere on their homepage that states that these photos and descriptions do not belong to real site members.
If you do click on one of the mail icons, you’re then asked by your mail provider, (Gmail, Yahoo etc.), if you will allow access for Benaughty. And if you do click on the unmissable big green button, they will all be sent an invitation to join.
And it looks like Sarah is not the only gorgeous model living in Evesham, 8 more beauties also grace the homepage.
But what happens if we access the same website from another location?
If you click yes, the following window pops up: The box has the huge capitalized title: “Find Your Friends on Benaughty”, and all of your mail contacts are now highlighted by default. The very small, grey, and barely readable text does inform you what’s going to happen, but its most definitely been designed to mislead you.
Benaughty is owned by a company called Cupid plc, and this company also owns a large number of practically identical dating websites.