FuckMeBook.com appears to be a good place to find exciting encounters and casual sex adventures. Unfortunately, the landing page is rather empty and does not provide much information. So, we decide to sign up. We create a free account and study the site’s terms and conditions carefully. Moreover, we search the internet for user reviews and comments.
To sign up, we must agree that our profile will be used with the so-called “icebreaker system.” This is supposedly designed to facilitate communication between users. But after we study the details, we get the impression that this system is solely used to lure new users into becoming paying members as quickly as possible.
The following excerpt is from the terms and conditions
Through these Services, we send Icebreaker messages, view profiles, send friend requests and send gifts (“Icebreaker Actions” or “Actions”) on behalf of and in the name of such consenting registered users. The Icebreaker Actions aim to introduce users to each other, facilitate and support conversation between users, encourage users to respond to each other's content, introduce new users to our most active community members, and generally promote the use of our service.
You understand and agree that there is no guarantee that you will find a date, partner, or activity partner, or that you will meet any of our users in person. www.fuckmebook.com’S SERVICES ARE OFFERED FOR ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.
Without a paid membership subscription, the chat feature cannot be used. But the “icebreaker system” allows the site’s operator to send fake messages to any user at any time. New users will receive enticing chat messages immediately after the free registration. Unaware that these messages are fake, they are eager to reply quickly. But to be able to do so, they must become paying subscribers first.
Possibly a subscription rip-off
The offered memberships are not only expensive, but might also lead into long-lasting traps. As they renew automatically, users must actively cancel the automatic rebilling feature to stop the recurring charges. As this can easily be missed, users might find themselves caught up in a long and costly trap.
All in all, we cannot recommend anyone to register on FuckMeBook.com. Users are tricked into subscribing for an extremely expensive membership, which might very well be a subscription trap rip-off. Furthermore, it seems very unlikely to find a real date via this portal. According to the terms and conditions, it is for entertainment purposes only. Furthermore, we found some negative user reviews about the site’s operator, who are Dime & Argyle, from Grubbenvorst, Netherlands.