The first impression of GetNaughty.com is great. On the landing page we read that the registration is for free, and the site is full of active members in the U.S.A., and we will have the best chances to get naughty. Sounds great, but in the end it turns out that those details are misleadingly made up.
The registration is for free for the site, but not the use of it. After the registration a new user will need a premium-membership which is offered in form of a subscription. That subscription will extend automatically, if the cancelation is not made in time. An automatic renewal of a membership is not a scam itself. But it is an important part of a rip off.
A normal membership seems to be quite expensive, compared to the information that we found on the internet during our research. Because of that, some new members might skip this offer and register on another page.
The operator got a trick
A new member seems to get a lot of messages right after the registration. Some former users speak of a fake chat which we can’t prove. The operator does not mention the use of fake profiles or fake operators in the terms and conditions. So, we only assume that some people had the experience of a fake chat plus the operator is non-reputable.
The operator is not trustworthy at all, as the company runs a network of scam dating sites. It might not be a fake chat but a subscription trap. The operator will offer a three-day trial membership but the deadline to cancel it is 72 hours. So, a cancelation in time is not possible, then it will extend automatically to a monthly paid subscription. This site is operated by the Bulova Invest Ltd. which is located in Tortola, the British Virgin Islands and well-known for its huge network of scam dating sites.