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"Hotdailyflirts.com"

Very bad trust score : Warning, only for experienced users!

9 REVIEWS


  • spiritoneme 01/27/2020 at 08:43 PM

    scam love site... floods you with post mostly bogus..
    don't bite the apple

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  • aspenman77 01/29/2020 at 01:48 PM

    as far as I can tell this site is a total scam if you change your city in the profile to a different state all the contacts you viewed from your state change to the new state saying they are living in that state now .

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  • Scambot 01/31/2020 at 04:59 PM

    All the pictures are bogus, like the site said: they are for entertainment purpose only...True to that...........if you change your city in the profile to a different state all the contacts you viewed from your state change to the new state saying they are living in that state now .

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  • Seamaster 02/08/2020 at 02:36 PM

    I found evidence of “live women” making statements which did not reflect truth. There might be a few real ones but mostly I believe it’s the buy credits scam to sustain hours of flirting with attractive images which could be stolen images.

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  • Bluecrest8 04/14/2020 at 02:00 AM

    I posted in my profile that I never spend money and would therefore never reply. But, knowing that. They still send messages constantly.

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  • Ryan Mc'Nally 05/10/2020 at 01:29 PM

    * BIG BIG SCAM!!!
    Found many a profile to be photos of pornstars... Not real available women.
    When I asked for their location during a chat with 2 different woman who inquired of me to meet with them on two seperate occasions. Neither would call me,... or share their residential where abouts. Even after I shared my contact information with them...
    They just wanted to talk via site credits... It became very obvious, that someone other than these two women in the photos, was who I was really texting... And their sole purpose was to keep me texting. Which would require me to purchase more site credits! "WHAT A SCAM!"

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  • Peter21 05/26/2020 at 08:43 PM

    It’s scam. I even bought some credits to see where it goes. But they send you messages to “come over tonight” and then it changes that they want to know you first. They will be asking you questions till your credits done so you can buy more. Actually, they’re always online. If you send a tex, it won’t take a long before they respond.

    What’s weird is that I had 547 unread messages when I went offline for 2 days. Turn out they’re employees hired for texting and get you hooked
    i deleted my account right away

    Guys, I did this but I regret it. I’m writing this review so anyone who reads this will not fall for the same trap. There’s not guarantee to get what you want on any dating website these days. So work on your self and get out there, talk to the person you find attractive in person
    do it anywhere except for dating sites. Take care

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  • Pat 06/28/2020 at 04:51 PM

    I bought credits and spent most of a day interacting with pretty mostly younger females. They got my hopes up. Many said they will meet you today and all they want to do is have sex. Some used bawdy language. The photos are attractive and a few show bared breasts. They didn’t come through though and I began to suspect there is no real substance to their presentation.

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  • Joe 08/13/2020 at 11:55 PM

    This site a total scam out of Netherlands,like everybody here says , you just spend credits with no action, really a scam

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