5 Reasons Why You Should Ignore Web Affair: Scam Exposed

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The web is full of sites for cheaters. Web Affair is dedicated to meeting the sex needs of people who are in relationships but want to have NSA dates arranged online. It is expected that people with these needs would first search for a sex affair online. What is not so sure if they are going to find the best place for such business. Not many of the dating sites are what they claim to be. Web Affairs is another proof of the maxim that things that look too good to be true, probably are false.

Authenticity

Web Affair is a subsite of the Nautell network. If you read our reviews, then you know by now about how this network frames its users into a small print credit card scam. We have included several of their “proven” methods in past reviews. We will go through them again here because there are slight differences that may pass the inexperienced eye. The most annoying thing about Web Affair is that it promises spectacular things on a nicely developed interface while miserably failing to execute the promises in practice. Web Affair is a master in marketing, but not in a good way.

Why is Web  Affair a Fake Dating Site

Let’s look into the promising front page and the offerings for membership, prices, possibilities and signup ways:

  • Web Affair claims it is 100% free.

This is the biggest scam ever. As you can notice from this advertisement banner, Web Affair has several claims that it provides free services, with unlimited features, thousands of local members and free mobile access. Go ahead and try to contact someone for free – you will get nowhere soon. You will sign up, provide details and you will start getting promotions. Look further down below to see ho are credit cards preauthorized.

web affair free claims

  • The site has numerous poor reviews.

Many users check online reviews before they decide to join some dating service. We agree that is a good strategy and one that we recommend. Apart from ADP reviewed we look into what other people say about a specific site. For Web Affair, there was plenty of proof that testifies about its scammy tactics. Here is a screenshot of the top poor reviews:

web affair reviews

  • The privacy policy at Web Affair is changed without prior notice.

If you expect that you will get a prior email notification before the company publicizes changes to the binding document, let us tell you that you are wrong. You must visit the page and keep track of the changes in documents to catch up on any new changes that may not suit you. Who has the time to read all details? This dishonest policy is a sign of a business that doesn’t care about its customers:

web affair privacy policy revisions

  • You will be entertained by Love Stars.

Love Stars are virtual profiles which serve to send baits to new customers for upgrades. To find your way around the site, you will be guided by them – to going over your credit card balance! Be careful if you get into interaction with some of them because it may cost you big bucks. Those are not real girls.

web affair love stars

  • A credit card preauthorization may be charged even if it says you give the details for free.

So – the card is not charged, but the fee will be reserved. This sounds fishy, right? You are right – it sounds like that because it is! In this way, you will pay anyway. On top of this provision, the site T&C document includes another regulation which refers to extra fees, such as transcation fees, currency exchange fees and administrative fees. You are responsible for all of that:

Web affair credit card preauthorization

Price Tag

The total cost if over $100 per month.

  • WebAffair Gold is $49.95 per month

VIP Membership includes:

  • Mobile Access+Featured Profile+Trial is $39.61 per month
  • Video Erotic is $28.87 per month

web affair fees

Busted or Trusted

Nautell networks really know how to rip off their poor naive new users. Other siets may charge you 40, 50 or even 60 dollars, but this company really goes over the top with this $100 rip-off. If you are looking into a dsicreet NSA encounter, the last thing you want to end up with is a huge and suspicioius charge on your credit card statement. You’d better stay far, far away from Web Affair.


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 Comments 2 comments

  • Stan says:

    How come the network still works? Hasn’t anyone done sth legal?

    • Jay says:

      Stan, I think they don’t work locally and know how to circumvent laws. That’s why these scams suck – sometimes no one can do anything about them. Prevention is much better than law suits!

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