If you’re familiar with the adult dating website world, then you may already know that this industry is full of scam sites. I’ve heard stories of so many people getting scammed through adult sites that this matter should not be taken easily.
I believe that if you are well-informed, you can easily tell apart a scam site from a legitimate site. Significant financial damage can be avoided if you only sit down and do some research before you sign-up on a page. But as men, I know sometimes things can get desperate and we just want to find a platform where girls are available so we can quickly hookup and have sex.
I recently received a lot of questions about a site called WellHello.com. This is an adult site which has quite a strong marketing department that has lured in many people into using the site. But a lot of you guys inboxed me asking if this was a legitimate site. I decided to go on an investigative adventure and tried using the site. My findings will surprise you because this site is hiding a lot of stuff from you.
All The Tricky Stuff I Noticed About WellHello.com
I’ve been using and reviewing adult dating sites for so long that now I can instantly tell if a site is legitimate or a scam. To put it shortly, WellHello.com is a scam site. They even talk abot it on the prestigious watch dog, The Dating Cop. I’ll show you evidence, but first, here are all the wrong things with the site.
- I came across many fake and fabricated profiles on the site which are called ‘love hostesses’
- I received a lot of automated messages which seemed autonomous and sent by a software (chatbot)
- Love Hostesses profiles are operated by the employees of the site
- You can’t use any of the site features unless you pay a subscription fee
Evidence That WellHello.com is a Scam Site
After reading my findings above, you are probably wondering if I have any solid evidence to prove whether the site is a scam or not. Let me tell you how you too can find out if the site is a scam site. Simply scroll to the bottom of the site and click on the terms and conditions of the site.
The company operating the site are required by the law to reveal all of its operating details to the customer. Most of these details are hidden in the terms and conditions page. If the site does not reveal its true nature in this page, anyone can easily sue them. So they have to reveal everything about them. But the problem is that most guys don’t even bother reading this page before signing up. So if you want to stay away from getting scammed, make sure you read this page.
I found some interesting things written in the terms and conditions of WellHello.com which proves that the site uses indecent techniques to get people to sign up on their site. Let’s have a look at these.
All Love Hostess Profiles Are Fake And Maintained By The Sponsoring Company
The people behind WellHello.com is a company known as Smoochy Brands Ltd. If you carefully read the terms and conditions of the site, it clearly says that Smoochy brands create and operates some of the profiles on the site. They also reveal in the page that these profiles are of fictitious people.
Here is the exact text mentioning this from their terms and conditions page –
“You acknowledge that Smoochy Brands creates and maintains some of the profiles on the site and that some ‘members’ of the site are actually fictitious persons created by employees or agents of Smoochy Brands, who we refer to as ‘Love Hostesses’.”
So you see, basically, by signing up on the site or paying them a fee, you are agreeing to these terms. And guess what, all of these love hostesses have only one aim, to get you to pay a subscription fee. These profiles are usually easy to detect because they have a green heart next to their profile pictures.
Autonomous Messages From Love Hostesses
Now let’s move on to the next evidence I found that proves WellHello.com scams people. A few sentences in the terms and conditions read –
“You further acknowledge and agree that smooch brands may respond to your communications to Love Hostesses through employees, agents or chatbots that impersonate the fictitious persons portrayed in such ‘Love Hostesses’ profiles.”
So there you go. The site itself is telling you that the company actually responds to the messages you send to love hostesses profiles through employees or agents or chatbots that impersonate fictitious persons. In simpler terms, these profiles are fake and operated by computer software.
When you sign-up as a free member on the site, you’ll start receiving these messages. When you try to respond to these messages, you are instantly taken to a subscription page where you have to pay up the fee before you can respond. Even after paying the fee, these profiles are fake and you can’t really find a real person behind them.
Why Does WellHello.com Send You Automated Messages?
Just like any other adult dating website, automated messages from ‘hot girls’ is a way to trap a user into buying the full subscription of the page. When I got one of these messages, I instantly knew that the site was trying to force me into paying the fee for the site. I mean as soon as I opened the chat window, I received a message saying that if you want to talk to this hot chic, you will have to become a full member of the site. This was followed by some pointers telling me what full members get when they sign-up. If you’re wondering how much does it cost to join the site, here are the packages.
- $1.00 for a 24-hour trial membership period
- $29.95 for 1 month of site membership
- $119.40 for 1 year of site membership
Now I’m not saying that 100% of the members on WellHello.com are fake. There are actually some real people on the site but most of these are guys who were trapped by the site into paying a full amount. There are very few women on the site unfortunately which means that you’ll only be wasting your money by becoming a member here.
If you still want to check out how the site works, you can sign up for their 24 hour trial period but you’ll be bombarded with automated messages trying to force you to upgrade. The site basically constantly tries to take money out of your pocket which is just a bad sign.
So yes, WellHello.com is a scam site and I strongly recommend that you try and find some other site if you are looking for a casual hookup. Just remember, always read the terms and conditions of the site very carefully and you can easily tell what you’ll be getting once you become a full member.
Alternatively, read a lot of reviews of adult dating sites like this one and you’ll learn a few other techniques to detect fake sites. I really hope that this report helped you avoid the site.