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Horney Matches is fake
Hi my name is Tania, I just to worked for horney matches. I´m from Costa Rica. I was one of the women who replied your messages. They paid me 0.07$ for each message. It was an easy way to make money, please forgive me, for doing it. What I´m telling you is true. The pics that appear on the profiles are fake. You could see that pics in other porn sites. I know that must of the people who pay for the site, read some messages, that didn´t have sense or they were too short. It was because we wrote them, we didn´t care about you. We care about the money

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  • Ji
      27th of Aug, 2008
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    This is a rip off.

  • Wi
      19th of Oct, 2008
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    I think they send you contacts or winks, e-mails ect to make you think someone in your area wants to contact you just to get you to sign up. Most of the contacts I have recieved and responded to I have got no answer back from thes people who so called wanted to contact me or just sent an e-mail. Do the even exsit ?? Or is this just a scam to get money to run this site and make a profit?? I get new people intrested in me and go to their profile and they are no longer ava. or havent been active for 3 or more weeks. How can this be?

  • Ch
      15th of Nov, 2008
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    It is refershing to read honesty for a change; and I thank the poster for this as well.

    My largest question is; why does the Government allow known fraud to continue operating. Ordering servers to permantly block on ban such sites would seem reasonable. I don't see this as a violation of freedom of speech and expression I see sites like this only as criminal enterprises designed to harm innocent people emotionally. What other positive benefit could exist ?

    If I advertise land for sale cheap and you send me 20K only to recieve a package in the mail with drit in it; I have commited something fradulent and probably would be placed in jail for this. There is no difference as money is being exchanged. Yes they have a disclaimer that may state " we don't promise you'll meet anyone from our site " . Problem is as they author has said; nothing exists to meet and there is no chance of meeting anyone.

    So unless the potential exists of meeting the virtual bombshell in person fraud exists only.

    My view of it anyway.

  • Ma
      30th of Nov, 2008
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    hi all, i disagree with the site being fake, i am a girl on this site and have met a few guys on it. i even met my current boyfriend through this site! so not all girls are fake!!! just takes a bit of time to find the right person! i think guys who send msgs to girls who have unbelievable pictures up are just lookin for trouble!

  • Wy
      30th of Nov, 2008
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    well i will say that every site will need people like the women from the first coment to get people to sign up for the site, im guessing that the site is fairly new.
    sites like this will always need people to drag other in and sign up so that they can make money and when they have enough people on their site then all those people who ae only there to promote the site end up leaving and all your left with is others like yourself who in this case are only wanting sex/erotic convos. so if your one of those people who ae intrested in this site simple for the whole "meating of new and adventrous" people then i say give it a few months so that enough people can sign up then give it a go for a month of so keeping in mind that it may or may not be a scam.
    if your not a risk taker then simple head down to your local club on a friday night instead of looking on the internet as im sue there will be lots of sites just like this one

  • Wi
      9th of Feb, 2009
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    yes i think it is a con and i paid four, what a rip of and i should no better at my age, can i get my money back, from williwillu

  • Wi
      9th of Feb, 2009
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    i paid about 50 pounds what a joke and have recieved an email off the same person each time, i realy do believe that this site is fake for a number of reasons the main reason is being how difficult it is to contact the site and members, from williwillu

  • St
      23rd of Feb, 2009
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    Yes, this site is fake. In fact, the vast majority of adult sex sites are fake. Doubtless, there are a few ladies on there that are legit. But for every woman that is legit, there exist at least 20 who are not. I once got sucked in to paying for a three month membership to AdultFriendFinder, another adult fake site. They lured me in with pictures of good-looking ladies who just happened to live in my area. Unfortunately, I discovered an entirely different story once I signed up. These are fake pictures designed to lure you in and make you part with your hard-earned dollars.
    My advise is to stay away from these type of sites. I learned my lesson. It is indeed amazing that we guys continue to put up with such crap. These people who are involved in this care so little about the guys that it isn't even funny. Avoid like the plague and go pick up like-minded ladies in the bar. At least those women care a little bit about you.

  • St
      23rd of Feb, 2009
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    Totally agree. Check out my comment at the following link:

  • Ry
      1st of Mar, 2009
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    horney - unaproved charges to credit card

    overcharged my account and lured me in by using fake messages and using phoney profiles to entice there site

  • Co
      29th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    Jeez - I've spent more than $200.00 AU and still no pusst - Fockin crooks

  • Ty
      25th of Apr, 2009
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    I thank the original poster for both being brave enough to say it is a fake and for ending her employment. I have been a member for over two years and have always met Real people. My current(exclusive) relationship originated there and it's been smooth sailing for almost a year! Personal responsibility and discernment is essential. NEVER send ANYONE money! Your site fee is sufficient. A piece of advice: utilize the standard free membership until you find someone you really want to meet, then upgrade. Also, Costa Rica may be paying employees but I have lived in NC and HI and have always met real men. I now have associates and networking connections I met through I recommend it often. To me, the experience is similiar to going to a nightclub. Everyone is not honest. It's up to you to make intelligent decisions.

  • Ji
      9th of Sep, 2009
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    I to cancelled my automatic billing and after that I cancelled my profile on Friendfinder. The MF:s STILL billed me after that for 75$. Please I to want to do whatever I can to get those ###ers! Hate companies like them. Its pure theft and nothing else. I dont know how to get to them. Please someone E-mail me if you want to do common cause with these svines. They still have my visa information and Im worried they will continue to draw money from me even though I no longer have a profile

  • Zp
      20th of Sep, 2009
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    To the poster who said the experience is similiar to going to a nightclub, I strongly disagree. You will do ten times better by going to a nightclub.

    And what about "everyone is not honest"? Well we know that, if it was just a case of losers making fake profiles for fun, that would not be a problem and it's just one of the things about using the net. But that's not what we're talking about here - the problem is that these people are paid by the site to do what they do. Did you even read the original post?? You sound like a shill to me.

  • Po
      24th of Nov, 2009
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  • Th
      16th of Sep, 2010
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    I spent several weeks studying this sight and it is quite amusing. I entered a fake name with a temporary e-mail account as both a man and a woman. I must admit that I used fake pictures and never paid a dime. As a man I sent a wink and got an immediate response. Then when I didn’t reply as I was only a standard member I got another reply trying to guilt me into paying just so I could pay to discover the thousands of fake profiles. One way to determine if a female profile is fake or not is to just read it. If she is a Gold member and has no photo and a very limited profile well she doesn’t exist. If she has one or more photos but a very limited profile she probably isn’t real. Same goes for those gorgeous hunks of beefcake that want to take you to their private island on their own jet plane.
    Think about it they spent a great deal of money to get a gold profile to meet someone with the intent of a relationship or just random sex they want you to know all about them and what they look like. They also want to know what you want and what you are like. If you weigh 350LBs and live with mom why would a 23 year old college beauty want to send you a wink?
    There are real people on this sight but I would say that the vast majority of them are men probably more like a 100 to 1 ratio. Have fun and keep your money there are easier and cheaper ways to meet people.

  • Fo
      2nd of Nov, 2010
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    Yep pretty much its a con..The same people cannot be "online" 24/7. Have however me "3" real people and had an enjoyable time... Just be careful & dont part with any subscription money

  • Do
      22nd of Mar, 2011
    0 Votes

    ISP: Amazon Data Services Ireland Ltd
    Organization: Amazon Data Services Ireland Ltd
    Proxy: None detected
    Type: Unknown
    Tracert confirms.
    Ireland. Possibly terrorist/drug related. Do not help these people by subscribing!

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