Name Of Site
Milfaholic.com is a newer mature women dating site has been rapidly gaining popularity. With the popularity of the site, complaints have started to spring up. The site is run by a company called DateProfits.com. and run other sites such as LonelyWifeHookUp.com
Signs It’s A Scam:
- Many of the images of the women on the site seem fake.
- The company is located offshore in Gibraltar.
- There are negative reviews online with numer0us comments by disgruntled customers
How Does This Site Deceive & Scam People?
- The site uses nude images of women to entice male members who have a free account to upgrade in order to communicate with these women.
Company Contact Information
- Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone numbers: Toll Free: 1-866-883-4978 or 1-925-264-3473
Domain Ownership Info
- Name: Godefridas Konings
- Address: Mezzanie West Hadfield House Gibraltar, Gibraltar GX11 1AA
- Email: TumbleStoneDomains@gmail.com
- Phone: 35020023456
- Registered On: November, 25, 2012
- Dns Servers:NS1.POWERZX.COM NS2.POWERZX.COM
- Host Location: 550 W. Baseline Rd Ste 102-302 Mesa, Arizona USA
- User experiences: 1/5
- Complaints: 35
From our personal experience, as well as our investigation it is not recommended that you deal with Milfaholic.com. Use the site at your own risk.
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Complete scam. Used same picture of same girl with different user name and different town and state. Not only are they scam artists, they aren't too good about it. Luckily for us. Really, I have to give it one star to have my comments published?
This site is a total scam. Nothing about it is legit. Shortly after registration of my email with the site, it wasn't long before I was messaged by a woman claiming to be from Grimes, Pa. I knew right there that this was a scam. Grimes is not any kind of incorporated city or town. It's an interstate ghost town of shut down truck washes, boarded up diners, and closed rest stops-the result of a section of the highway being relocated a short distance north. Grimes is the company name of the abandoned and seemingly endless tractor trailer/mobile home/school bus junkyard that inundates the area and straddles the old highway on both sides for almost a mile in either direction. Signs labeled "Grimes" mark the old interstate exit that still remains. I am also continuously being emailed by dozens of porn star type girls from a nearby town called Host, Pa. Host consists of a blinking traffic light, 4 houses, and a church. I actually had a girl who messaged me from outside the site, and was supposedly "vacationing" in the the area, agree to meet me. She insisted that it be at her" safe" location, which I already know to be a drug and gang infested housing project. This site borders on evil and is calculated theft. Check your bank statements to make sure that they are not still charging your credit or debit card after you unsubscribe, have a laugh at yourself and chalk it up to experience.
Lot of photos stolen
Live SE KS were all there is are small towns. Some unincorporated. We're talking a few hundred people if that. There were two towns each had at least 50 women shown. Everybody knows everybody in small town living. I bought for six months for 69.90 and lasted one day. Then I checked this web site and my suspisions were correct. As much tit & gash being shown in a town of few hundred you know I would of recognized at least one. customer svcs # is 877-551-3268. I didn't get much pushback. Just make sure you request refund and not cancel billing. You will be advised that the $ will be back in the acct from 10-14 days out.
For all of us who want a refund from Milfaholic.com I suggest that we all contact the Attorney General's office and lodge a complaint with the cyper- fraud division. The site will give you the run around- Epoch will not help - and finally a disclaimer will appear as protection for the site.
I agree with couple other complaints. once I upgraded, cannot apply to any emails, keeps logging me off. have to say, DO NOT BUY MEMBERSHIP! also did notice duplicate profile pics, also same pics on other webpages. DO NOT make same mistake I did.
After paying for my initial month. I updated my profile and specified that I was interested in tall women. Women 5'-6" to 6'2" tall. Prior to this request any profiles with height specified were 5' to 5'4" tall. Afterwards all the women in my area were 5'10" tall! Trust me if there were that many tall women around my neck of the woods I would definitely know it! All these very small towns should have been heavily recruited by all the college women's basketball teams. Immediately I smelled a big fat rat! I've been trying to get account information since. Every time I try the site logs me out. Definitely a major scam!!!
Call out stops all action
I called out one of the fake responses, with a "recent" photo that tineye identified as from 2010 and being used on 6 other web sites. My call out addressed the male I presume to have been behind the ruse. His response was crude, and immediately I stopped getting any action on my profile on the site. Coincidence? Not likely!! This is mainly a bot / fake site. Many duplicate photos, many gorgeous women all in small towns around me where there are only twenty or thirty families, NONE of which are these people. The site is primarily a scam. Save your money.
I signed up under two different name and have found that the same women on it are posted in one profile one city. now signed in to my other account the women are posted in a different city with same wording. I know this sight is a scam now.
This site is primarily all fake. I'm giving it 10-20% real female members.
I first noticed this when mistakenly their bot or some idiot tweeted from two profiles back to back that had the same photo but with different profiles. So I messaged one of the profiles figuring they were online asking about two profiles and the same pic but one asking for NSA fun and another a LTR. No answer. As raunchy and immediate as the one profile sounded for sure they would have responded. Now I'm not saying girls won't play games but usually they don't go to that much effort to dbl expose themselves. I'm sure every real girl on there gets a lot of attn as is.
So I next decided to just play the numbers game. Send flirts to as many people as possible. I noticed a ton of the profiles had the identical plus or minus a few words in their profiles.
And then there are the model pics people mention on there. Most of them have broken English or have no description. Ok let's stereotype here for a second. You KNOW any model would not be so low maintenance as to post hot pics and not say exactly what they're looking for. No real model is low maintenance.
My recommendation is to not waste your time. I must have flirted with 300 profiles and not a single response. As others mentioned on here I'm def not ugly and have a good athletic build. Even the skank profiles that said they were online didn't blink. But soon as I logged off a flurry happened to flirt in a row. Total bot action.
Spend your money on a dirty bar whore with better results.
I, like a lot of other guys here, was suckered into subscribing for a month (instead of going with my gut and doing the 3 Day Trial). I just signed up last night, but I'm no spring chicken when it comes to dating older women and using dating sites in general, so it didn't take me long to realize the common signs of a website full of primarily fake profiles:
1.) LOCATIONS- All the "women in my area" all were primarily from the same smaller cities, but none of the bigger cities in my area, and none in the other smaller cities/towns in between. Seemed too calculated. For example, I live in the North Bay Area, Northern, CA. There was too few located in San Francisco or Oakland and a disproportionate amount of women in El Sobrante, Hercules, San Geronimo, Rodeo, Greenbrae, Petaluma, Novato, San Rafael... And hardly any women from Santa Rosa (the biggest city north of San Francisco), none in Sonoma, none in Senastopol, Windsor, Mill Valley, Fairfax, Fairfield, Vacaville, Walnut Creek, Dublin... The concentration of women in certain cities and not others is a red flag right off the bat...
2.) PHOTOS- Most profiles of the women only have one photo, and it's a mid shot with big breasts (as a few already pointed out). A lot of them seem like amateur porn photos, but have some professional lighting, or seems like they were apart of a photo set from an amateur photo gallery. This is where they probably find these photos. Quite easy to steal the url and mirror the image as well from another dating site. Another red flag, only one photo, and nude...
3.) MESSAGES- I already have 5 new messages, and 1 gift with a message attached. 3 of the message responses were actually relevent to what I mentioned in my first message to them, however, each response was no longer than 7-9 words... "let's chat and get to know each other babe", "how about making me cum multiple times?", "Well yeah if you'll let me know more about you", "oh thanks for the compliment baby!", and "Spank that ass baby!"... All red flags. Each of them has no proper puncuation in the beginning of the sentence... Where most mobile apps and phones auto capitalize the first letter of a word in a sentence. This means someone is typing from a Laptop or desktop and purposefully or lazily not capitalizing. Also lack of punctuation at the end, no periods after any of their short sentences. The use of Babe, and Baby... I've chatted with plenty of older women on dating sites. None of them ever start using babe or baby out of the gate. Lastly, and this is the kicker, all 5 messages were sent one after another, and coincidentally all during the same 30 mins. I checked all the time stamps, and they're all between 23:00-23:30 GMT. This would be between 3-3:30 PST, when I was on my way to work. I had just logged out prior, which corroborates another guys' complaint, that they always message when you're not logged in... Most women are at work during the day, so 5 messages all coming in between 3-3:30pm PST, all on the same day (Sept. 9) seems more like someone sitting down being paid to respond to hundreds of thousands of messages...
HOWEVER, I did get a message attached to a Gift. The gift was a cute little box of cigars. It was also sent today (Sept 10) at 3:01 GMT, which is 7:01pm PST. Her message was decent length and she used punctuation: "How are you doing, handsome? I like your profile... I like the fact that you are an easy going guy with very strong sex drive.. I want to chat with you and find out more about your interests. Are you interested in me too? Nice photos by the way." This seemed genuine to me. However, just my luck, her profile said Concord. I thought it was Concord, CA... Nope. Concord, New Hampshire. LOL! So she sent it at about 10:01pm EST. believable... Across the country, but believable.
I read one review of a guy that met a couple ladies. Some of you say he's full of shit. I believe him. Extremely lucky, perhaps, but it's possible that a few profiles are legitimate on this site. Amongst all the fakes, there is probably a real woman behind all the curtains. "Needle in a haystack" if you will... And Craigslist is the same way. Take my word as a seasoned internet dating Vet, if you put in the effort, there is a payoff every so often. I wouldn't recommend joining this site for more than a month, but to me it's worth it just in case you get lucky... Sometimes I think of it like this, "If you build it, they will come..." A majority of fake profiles to start, yes, but I feel like once a bunch of guys join, real women will start to join once it gets popular. I think all these "Date a Cougar" "Date A MILF" are like that. You have to start somewhere. I'm not saying it's right to use fake profiles, but in the grand scheme of things, making it look like a bunch of women are online to fuck younger men makes other women curious and more comfortable withthe idea. I wouldn't be surprised if more real women join in the next year or so...
That's of course... If you all don't get it shut down by the feds... :-/ Catch 22. I feel like the site has potential, but if they don't get enough new and real members, it needs to either be free, or taken down. Just my opinion.