View Full Version : Safety Meetup ID / Hookup badge scam

09-05-2018, 06:30 PM

A lot of profiles on flirt.com are asking to have a "safety MeetUp ID" for a date.
Got at least 10 such requests.
Some are pointing you to some obscure porn sites to be a member, some directly to www.hookup.com
flirt.com and hookup.com seem to be managed by the same guys.

So, basically a "date" from flirt.com is trying to sell the services from the other site.
They are affiliates.It's not free.

All of them are saying it's free,but to be a member for a month is about $50.
Please note that: Flirt.com doesn't allow you to cancel the renewal of the subscription...so you will have to cancel your credit card.
You have to give them your credit card information.
Nobody is telling you about any costs, but in the end you'll pay a membership to one of those sites.
In top of that: flirt.com is not issuing any refunds even if every business here must refund if asked for 30days.
Ignoring the Consumer Protection Act

Here some screenshots from such a scammer/affiliate
Phone number used: 747 236 2235

how it works:
your date is pointing you to get a "free" ID.
You'll give your CC info and they will bill you for membership.
All of the links do have an affiliate ID attached...so, "your date" is an affiliate which will get a part out of it.
I doubt that you'll ever hear back from "her" but didn't experienced that so far.

Safety ID /hookup badge means: get out of there

Dont't give out your email, otherwise this is what's going to happen:

09-06-2018, 02:03 AM
It seems you're not alone and many of the girls on the site are actually "bots"

Definitely a website to avoid.


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09-21-2018, 11:46 AM
I find it very hard to believe many women would have to, or take the chance of physical violence joining a site for casual rumpy pumpy with men. Certainly not in any meaningful proportion to the number of guys. Any outlay of money for random dudes hoping to get easy sex should almost always be considered https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advance-fee_scam or some version of https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=trick%20roll.