The landing page of LocalHornyMilfs.com seemed quite promising at first. The pictures of the latest members that we saw were portraying real people who were genuinely interested in actual dates. Upon further inspection, however, it turned out to be a lie. Most of the profiles, if not all of them, were fake. They were created by the company for the sole purpose of luring users into a dangerous recurring subscription.
To find evidence of a scam, we created a test profile, checked the internet for past users’ reviews, and carefully read the Terms & Conditions. The site’s operator has a nasty online reputation. Internet Services, which is based in Mahe, Seychelles, constantly receives negative reports from former customers who accuse them of various rip-offs. The main complaint was about the fake profiles that this company uses on each one of its platforms.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 06/02/2023)
Please, note that while using Our Services You may sometimes interact with automated online accounts and/or fictitious profiles, which its interactions have been generated by or with the assistance of automated programs or scripts, or by real persons that have been contracted or employed by Us (hereinafter “Bots”, “Automated Profiles” or “Fictitious profiles”).
Moderators and Bots
LocalHornyMilfs.com admits to creating fictional profiles that are controlled by either the employees of the company who hide behind a fake identity or by chatbots. Chatbots are computer programs designed to replicate human conversation. In either case, this is a scam because there is no way to distinguish these fake accounts from genuine ones if there are any. Therefore, it is virtually impossible to arrange a real date with someone through this site. Any message that users might receive come from a fantasy character rather than a hot Milf looking for a sexual encounter.
LocalHornyMilfs.com claims to be a free dating website, but once users access the member’s area, they are required to verify their age by providing valid credit card information. The page clearly states that no charge will ever be made. However, by reading the fine print under the age verification form, we learned that it’s not true.
The free membership runs for just 2 days, after which users’ credit cards will be charged repeatedly every month. According to many former users, it’s impossible to stop the automatic renewal. Therefore, age verification is just a trap to trick users into signing up for a subscription that will never end.