Benaughty rotates their homepage between a number of different designs.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.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.
Here are just a handful of examples: “scamcam scam scam men women dont waste your time/money site full of fake profiles like others have reported to no these scammers are employees of the site you want to try for yourself watch out for perfect pics bad english and ‘verification’ 0/5”“Don’t bother going on benaughty, some thing is fishy about the site too, when I sign up for benaughty till i did not paid I got lots of msgs n mails the moment i paid msgs n mails reduced about 90%, and rest 10% were all scam artists, prostitutes and cam girls, not even worth looking at the site.Then I strongly recommend submitting a complaint to your local consumer protection organization.UK: If you’re in the UK, then you can send your complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office: USA/Canada: For the USA and Canada you can report your complaints to the Better Business Bureaus: org Australia: In Australia you can report a complaint to your local Consumer Protection Agency: Let’s face it, a dating site where you can easily hookup with people for no strings sex is like the holy grail. You’d be better spending your money on escort girls or making a cheeky trip to Amsterdam. Although there are people on there looking for relationships there are also many looking for casual affairs and you can also filter these out in the search options. However, there are quite a few scammers on the site so watch out for any messages that sound too good to be true.I’ve also seen a link that simply says “More steamy daters here!”, clicking on it and a new site called popped up, with the option to join with just one click. As a result of this sinful trickery, large numbers of people have been strung along and ripped off.This site is a complete scam and should be shut…” Cupid plc is the owner of Be Naughty.com, although the site is operated by a subsidiary called Frindr Ltd.