|The 60 Ripoff Reports about Fling.com suggest the site is a sham. Bottom-line, most men will waste more money and time trying to get sex flings on Fling.com than they would in the real world. |
In reality, about 8 to 10 men seem to compete for every woman. It's a crapshoot to find the few real women (and even fewer real women who are serious about hooking up for fun and sex).
Fling.com is packed with riffraff of scammers, fake profiles and timewasters. They include escort agency pimps, escorts, hookers, strippers, poor/destitute women, identity thieves, hot women paid to post profiles and chat, professional scammers, overseas scammers posing with a local address, camgirls, sexsite girls, e-whores, gay guys posing as women, under-aged girls, saleswomen, women looking to recruit friends for their network or Facebook, bored women looking to chat to entertain themselves, etc.
Be wary of all women on the site, even if they seem legit. Anyone can make a profile for free, as women don't have to pay to join and use the site. Most are dirt poor women seeking to scam or use men for cash/gifts to bailout their tragic sob stories or pay for a lifestyle they can't afford. Fling.com even encourages this parasite behaviour on its home page: Ladies - find your new sugar daddy today!
These scammers are good at the bait-and-switch con. They pose as real women; attract you with charm, flirting, and sex talk; may even use their life or meet you to gain your confidence; then tell you tragic sob stories or needs to play on your compassion; and milk you for your cash, gifts, help, credit card, identity info, or time. The best con artists are good at lying and playing into your fantasies, making you feel sympathy and like for them. They want you to give them the benefit of doubt and do things for them.
Some scammers are easy to spot from their pics and generic script. But it's almost impossible to identify sophisticated scammers (who have been preying on the site for years) from the real women who want a sex fling.
I've been scammed or almost scammed by women on this site. One example is is a 38-year old Canadian from Oakville in Ontario who has been posing as a real woman since the site started five years ago.
But is Rosey Cheeks really a real or normal woman? Men would not realize that she once sold and delivered prostitutes/escorts to Niagara area clients for her aunt's escort agency five years ago. Obviously a former sex industry professional who has been prowling Fling.com for five years knows what she is doing on a sex hookup website, and how to get what she wants from men. She also knows men are on Fling.com to find sex and get laid as the site advertises. Even a normal person would probably become corrupted by being on a sex site for so long. She goes by a variety of usernames: Rosey Cheeks, Melinda, slutfacee, Overheated Catalitic Converter, etc.
On the one hand, she does what some members do on a sex dating site. She has travelled alone to the USA to have risky one-night stands with horny Americans she picks up on Fling's video chatroom porn shows.
On the other hand, she also flirts online and dangles the intimacy or sex carrot to bait gullible men she has no intention of having sex. Then she breaks her promises of intimacy/sex and uses these gullible men as sugar daddies to freeload or scam dinners, cash, car rides, clothes, gifts, air trips, good times, help, etc. Meanwhile she behaves like a sterile escort who makes excuses to postpone dates and intimacy.
For example, she suckered a new iPhone 3GS from a Connecticut dentist in exchange for her (broken) promise to visit him as his escort. She said she had no intention of having sex with him even if she had visited him.
She also scammed this local man she met on Fling.com. She initially baited with over three hours of online sex. Soon she started pouring out tragic sob stories about her poverty and soap opera life. She claimed she needed to go to the Salvation Army to get clothes (out of compassion, gave her a gift card and used clothes). Then she claimed she had a medical emergency and needed tampons and to be taken to the local hospital., which she also got.
She then promised intimacy. But whenever the occasion arose she conveniently kept making excuses to delay intimacy. Yet she kept on always taking but never giving much in return. Initially, whenever she was questioned about her excuses and there was danger the relationship would be ended, she kept asking for more time. Men tend to make the mistake of presuming such women are normal women (she did not reveal her past doing escort agency work), so we tend to give them the benefit of doubt instead of listening to our instincts about women on a sex site like Fling.com.
For over six months, this greedy user milked over $8,000 of material benefits with a greedy sense of entitlement, including: cash; designer eyeglasses; clothes outfits and winter coats; perfume; shoes, boots and handbags; daily rides to work; daily costly meals; weekly groceries; eye care and dental care; iPhone case, dock and accessories; vacation and shopping trips; medicine; computer equipment; books; bookcase; booze; paint and tools; and other stuff for her home, visiting kids, cat and life.
When her BS games were exposed, she took ruthless action to shamelessly keep what she scammed. She took secret photos and video taped her flings to use as leverage against them. She used cops against her ex-husband, neighbours, and flings who wanted her to return their stuff. On the website, "Rosey Cheeks" used her profile to viciously smear her flings and she also hacked into their profiles. Yet, despite these clear violations of website rules, Fling.com allows this cold-blooded woman to continue freeloading and scamming men on its website.
This is just one example of the kind of women on this sex dating site, in this case a former escort agency staffer who treats this sex site as her goldmine. I have examples of other real women on this site who scam men.