Fake Profiles

Did you know that dating sites are now catering to people with specific body types? It’s true, if you’re into big beautiful women, then you’ll want to hear what I have to say. Online dating has become so popular that many niche sites have popped up that are dedicated to a wide variety of singles. Even for sinlges that like large or big boned people. Hey, big girls love to bang and this is why I’m writing about BBWDesire today.

Exposing the BBW Desire Scam Once and For All

BBWDesire.com is a site that promises to hook you up with a girl that has a few extra pounds for dating, friendship, and passionate encounters. I like a woman with curves, so I was excited to try it. What I found was more of the same that I have seen from many adult oriented dating sites these days. It looks too good to be true and that is exactly what it ends up being. The layout and functionality aren’t that impressive, but the big, beautiful women in the profiles are. It’s too bad that most of them are not real. Read my full review below for details.

Fake Profiles
We found out that most of these profiles were 100% fake.

I have seen this standard layout and sign up process on countless other sites. It’s quick and easy to make it effortless to get inside and begin browsing. Besides the generic layout, another indication that it’s not a great site pops up. Before you even click on the first out of four steps to sign up; look at the text just above the button that you click to go to the next step. You will see, in writing, that the site uses Fantasy Cuties. If you ever see this term used on a dating site, run away. They are never a good thing. They admit in their terms and conditions that Fantasy Cuties are fake profiles, created by the site, who contact you for entertainment purposes. You don’t want to be entertained by a fake woman on a hookup site. You want the real thing and there is no good reason for them to use so many.

All you have to do to sign up is indicate your username, password, and valid e-mail address. A pin number is sent to your e-mail address to activate your account. That’s when you are taken straight to the payment page and you see why they go through all the trouble. They want to get you to pay a hefty $29.95 a month just to bombard you with Fantasy Cutie profiles. A 3-day limited trial is available for $2.97 per day, but you only get 10 profile views and message sends per day. Plus, your account is automatically charged a full month after the 3rd day. You can get a membership for $16.65 a month if you purchase 3 months and $11.65 a month when you purchase 6 months.

The menu at the top allows you to access the search, messages, quickie, text, newest, friends / favorites, XXX movies, and chat. The Quickie is supposed to be a match making services, provided by the site, that is supposed to match you with women who have similar interests. Her profile picture comes up and you click either yes or no. A message is automatically sent to her and she will respond if she is interested. This would be a decent feature if they showed you any real profiles. Sadly, I didn’t see any. All I seen was constant chat requests popping up before I even uploaded a profile picture. I would try to respond to the chat requests, but I was prompted to pay for a membership before I could message anyone.

BBWDesire.com would be a little expensive, even if it was an honest site, but it’s not. Any site that uses Fantasy Cuties is not a site that you want to deal with because you never know whether you are talking to a real woman or not. If you were going to fall for a fake dating site, I would hope it would be for a site that is not as obvious as this one. Once you get some experience with online dating, you will know to avoid sites like this.

Tom Savage

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Tom Savage is a serial dater living in Miami Beach, Florida. In between pool parties, late nights, and an occasional day trading session, he likes to share his tips on meeting women online. You can contact Tom on this page.