There are some people that are literally up for just about anything. I’m actually one of those types of people. If you’re not, then you’re living a shitty life – no offense. I take chances and sometimes I end up on the upside of things, but not always. There’s always a lesson to be learned regardless of the outcome. Today, with UpForIt.com, the lesson is to not waste your time with this site. It’s a total scam (almost as bad as Fish4hoes.com) and one that’s going to never get you laid. Find out everything that I discovered while using this site and why you need to be worried about it.
UpForIt.com Review Reveals All
Upforit.com is one of those scam sites that reveals itself because it partners with nothing but other scam sites. Anybody who knows anything about dating sites knows that it is not common for there to be partnership pairing of sites in this type of way. This is a red flag that there is fraud going on here. Upforit.com uses the same tired playbook of all scam sites.
They will do their best to appear like a legit dating site by offering common features like friend’s lists, messaging, and social feeds. But everything is just a cover so that they can get to your credit card information as soon as possible.
Quick Messages = Bogus Messages
It’s easy to see that the site is a scam because of how quickly you are hit with messages once you sign up. Literally the moment you complete the free membership, you will get a variety of notifications. The site will claim that multiple hot women have “winked” at you, which is a sign that they are interested in your profile.
You will find multiple private messages of girls who claim they want to have an “adult hook up”, and your email inbox will be filled with other women saying they want to hang out as soon as possible.
Blank Profiles Prove It All
All of this is an elaborate ruse. You don’t have to have a picture up or fill out a single section in your profile to receive these messages. How is it possible that all these hot women want a piece of you when you profile is literally blank?
It’s because none of the women are real and the entire thing is a scam to force you to upgrade your membership. The only way to read or respond to these messages is to sign up for a paid membership. These type of scam sites will do anything to get your credit card information.
Possible Stolen Images Being Used
They don’t even bother to get legit photos to fill up their profiles. Literally, every picture on the site is stolen from somewhere else. Some of these pictures are of real cam girls or amateur porn stars. Other photos are ripped straight off social media sites.
You have to understand the site has not gotten consent to use these photos. If they employ these type of practices, what do you think they will do with your credit card information?
Terms Suck, Big Time
The site will admit to these fraudulent practices right in their terms and conditions. That’s how they get away with it. They admit that many of the profiles on the site are generated by the staff and only exist to spur promotion and interaction on the site.
They will admit that notifications and messages you receive are not necessarily coming from real people. They also admit that they may use a single picture to promote a variety of profiles. When you see these type of things right in the terms and conditions, you need to get away as fast as possible. Sites like this may do more with your credit card information than just run up charges for membership. Never trust upforit.com or any of its partner sites for any of your dating needs.
If you are not comfortable with being screwed over by this company and chatting with bots, then I suggest you steer clear from the site. They’ve essentially got nothing to offer the real horny guy looking to meet someone in person for sex. I’m sorry, but it’s just a total waste of time and money. Want to get laid -> Try this site.