xxxSexContacts.com defines itself as the original and UK’s largest adult sexting website. Their landing page looks really promising. It is full of helpful information that describes the advantages of using this platform and the services that they provide. It appears to be the ideal place to find sexual encounters and commitment-free experiences. People have two options to get in touch with other members: SMS or Instant Messaging.
Not your regular SMS
From the initial page, users can immediately start browsing the member’s area and search for a potential match. Once they find what they’re looking for, they can send a traditional SMS to the girl. This sounds like a great opportunity to meet new people. However, there is a catch.
The user has to pay for every message that he/she receives and the price is not the standard rate. Every incoming SMS cost £1.50. Apparently, there is a maximum of 3 replies for every message sent. The service can be stopped at any time by sending “STOP” to the indicated number.
Credits might be a better option
Alternatively, it is possible to create a free profile and use xxxSexContacts.com like any other dating site. Members have to purchase a bundle of credits that they will use to send private messages. Every message requires one credit. The cost is generally cheaper than SMS, but it varies depending on the size of the purchased package. Of course, a credit card is needed to use this service. However, we are sure that this is not a subscription rip-off because there isn’t any automatic renewal policy.
Regardless of whether you prefer SMS or instant messaging, we strongly advise against spending a single penny on this platform.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 29/02/2024)
xxxsexcontacts.com is a virtual text service for fantasy entertainment purposes. Texts are answered by intermediaries.
Just a fantasy chat
It doesn’t matter how much money you spend on xxxSexContacts.com. The incoming messages are all coming from “fake chat” operators that impersonate a fictional character. This is a scam because users are not aware that the person on the other side of the screen is not a genuine member willing to date. The company that organized this fake chat service is Digitelecom, which is based in London, UK.