Secretbenefits.com

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Website/emails: www.secretbenefits.com
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I was scammed by Secret Benefits.com

  • by: Dreamwriter0228
  • #50445
  • Aug 19, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $150
Run! Three months on site didn't meet one woman. They deleted my profile when I wrote
"this site is fake" to a girl who was a bot or employee, so they read your messages.
This site is a scam filled with bots or probably even paid girls to get men to spend their credits. The girls will look real, probably stolen pics. This site uses the same tactics as able Madison. Real women are few and far between and some asked me for $800 week allowances but expected no intimate relationship.
Web/emails reported:
www.secretbenefits.com

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I suggest to chose another dating service

  • by: GordonWaters
  • #90591
  • Jan 13, 2021
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Isn't it a total and utter scam when I get 5000 messages per day from girls who are online days and nights non-stop and I have no profile pic?
It happens very rarely on http://*********.com
- another dating site that I'm using and I'm totally content with it, especially now that I can compare it to SecretBenefits, maybe I should just let it well alone and don't mess with success. For some reason I had thought that most dating sites worked in an honest manner, which proved to be wrong when I dealt with SB. Secretbenefits.com is just a showcase of hot, sexy and absolutely fake photos that are used to entice us to sign up and pay, then they just want to keep us hooked in chats for as long as possible. The truth is you can hardly find an honest lady there who would pursue a real relationship.
Web/emails reported:
www.secretbenefits.com