Using a web-proxy based in the USA I visited again: As you can see, it looks like Sarah and her friends also live in St Louis (USA). The site is using geo-targeting to obtain your location, then simply displaying your local city/town name on the page.
They want you to believe that there are large numbers of beautiful women already on the site, and also living just down the road from you.
After only joining the site 3 hours earlier, this is what ‘My Activity’ looked like: And after 24 hours ‘My Activity’ looked like this: And after 7 days: I’d now received 21 messages, 30 winks, and had 46 admirers. Especially considering I’d not yet filled out a single word in my profile, nor had I uploaded a photo, and I had even given myself the onscreen name: “ihaverabies”.
Yet despite this, my profile also received 5 votes of above 4 stars. A 3 day trial for only £3.48 may sound very tempting, especially when your inbox has been flooded with messages and chat requests from lots of pretty girls.
So if you’re looking to join a dating site, and see the words “Cupid plc” anywhere on the page, stay well away!
If you feel like you have been misled, scammed and ripped off by Benaughty.com, or any other dating site owned or operated by Cupid plc and their partners.
I’ve also seen a link that simply says “More steamy daters here!
At the time of writing this, the following homepage was being used over at benaughty.com: So Sarah is 26, and lives in Evesham (UK), and she likes being spanked.When navigating the website, every now and again you will see a message similar to the one below: If you check the box and hit update, your profile on Benaughty will now appear on as well.You will then find that you’re bombarded with exactly the same spammy tricks that Benaughty dishes out.And it looks like Sarah is not the only gorgeous model living in Evesham, 8 more beauties also grace the homepage.But what happens if we access the same website from another location?
And I’m very sorry to say, the above list is not complete.