But you won’t find a statement of disclosure anywhere on their homepage that states that these photos and descriptions do not belong to real site members.
When you log into the site, you’ll see a box on the homepage that says: “See which of your friends goes online dating!
Click here and we’ll check every dating website now! Of course, they have absolutely no idea which of your friends are using online dating sites, it’s just a scam to persuade you into giving them access to your mailbox and contacts.
But what happens if we access the same website from another location?
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.
You will then find that you’re bombarded with exactly the same spammy tricks that Benaughty dishes out.
I’ve also seen a link that simply says “More steamy daters here!
If you do click on one of the mail icons, you’re then asked by your mail provider, (Gmail, Yahoo etc.), if you will allow access for Benaughty. And if you do click on the unmissable big green button, they will all be sent an invitation to join.
If you click yes, the following window pops up: The box has the huge capitalized title: “Find Your Friends on Benaughty”, and all of your mail contacts are now highlighted by default. The very small, grey, and barely readable text does inform you what’s going to happen, but its most definitely been designed to mislead you.
”, 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.