It’s clear that nothing here is real. From the moment you set up an account, you immediately start to receive a ton of messages. Whether they come in the form of emails or messages directly to your inbox, it doesn’t take long to find dozen of messages from hot girls looking to hook up.
However, this is where the scam begins. The moment you want to read or respond to any of the messages, you are hit with the prompt to upgrade to VIP membership. Nothing about the site is free and once you want to do the most basic interaction, they ask you for your credit card information.
And, as it turns out, these messages are not even generated by real people. The website has something they call Fantasy Cuties. These are computer-generated bots or third party contractors. These contractors, or bots, are only there to entice the user into long and endless chats in order to get more money from them.
How do we know this for sure? By checking the terms and conditions. It clearly states that:
“THIS SITE UTILIZES FANTASY PROFILES IDENTIFIED AS FANTASY CUTIES.
Interactions originating from Fantasy Cuties functionality could be computer generated or could be created by the Site or third party contractors hired by the Site.
You comprehend, acknowledge, and agree that the interactions, profile information, and content utilized by Fantasy Cuties profiles do not originate from any actual Site member, but are present for entertainment, informational and Site monitoring purposes only. Any similarity between Fantasy Cuties profile information or interactions to any real person is purely coincidental and fictitious.
Staff of Site or third party contractors hired by the Site could operate multiple Fantasy Cutie profiles and associated communications features.”
The operator of AffairAlert.com looks to be purposely hidden. They seem to be located in the US, but we cannot say for certain. This is a dead giveaway of a company being fraudulent and a scam.
This site is so full of bots and contractors, you are not likely to come in contact with anyone in the flesh. The only person you’ll be meeting with is your credit card company to ask for a refund!