Let me break things down for you here. Quickflirt is basically an adult social networking site that is set up kind of like speed dating where you can flirt with a list of online matches each time you log in. That’s what it’s supposed to be anyway. What it is, is a bogus site that is set up to fool you into signing up for a paid membership. The site is owned by Together Networks which also owns sites like ClickandFlirt.com, IAmNaughty.com, and NaughtyFlirt.com.
Most of the time when you visit a site that is part of a large network, it either means that you get to take advantage of your access to the entire network or that they are not great dating sites. Almost all of them share the information that users enter into their profiles. After trying it for myself, I was able to determine that Together Networks is the latter. QuickFlirt and the other sites I have tried on the network use typical dishonest tactics that I have seen many times. I’ve never had a great experience with any of the Together Network sites due to the way that they jam so much bullshit in their terms of service. I’ve got zero tolerance for that.
My QuickFlirt Review And Experience on Together Networks
The first tactic that I noticed QuickFlirt.com using is computer automated messages. No matter when or where you sign up; you are bombarded by multiple message requests and women viewing your profile. When you try to read the messages or respond, you are taken to the payment page and must have to pay for a membership to do so. They have a cheap three-day trial, but it is highly unlikely that you will talk to any real women in those three days. All you get are fake messages leading you on until your month is up and you are charged for another one.
Another common tactic that they use is creating fake profiles and they admit to it in their terms and conditions. They tell you that you may be contacted by fictitious users. What they don’t tell you is that all of the users that you encounter are Likely fictitious. I wanted to test it out for myself, so I started doing a reverse image search on some of the profile pictures. What I found was not surprising. The pictures on these profiles appeared in multiple adult forums across the internet. Check out my personal experience below and I will let you know what happened when I paid for a month of membership.
After creating a profile, I started receiving multiple messages and each woman was super hot. I thought about trying the 3-day trial, but I have done that before on other sites on the network and all I got was women leading me on until the 3 days was up and I ended up paying for a month on top of the price of the free trial. Here, I decided to go straight for a full month membership. It was just as I suspected. I didn’t get a response from any of the 20 women that were writing me before I paid.
I participated in the QuickFlirt and got some responses, but those responses were laughable. They seemed to be pulled from a template of fake messages, I’ve seen them before almost word for word. I still indulged these so-called women just in case some of them were real. Not one of the women that I was messaging turned out to be real. They wouldn’t answer questions that I asked and just came back with a flirty response. This went on for the entire month and I was not impressed enough to pay for another. That’s for sure.
There isn’t much in the way of features at QuickFlirt. It’s simple and to the point, which I usually like, but not when it’s a scamming website. Women message men for free, but this can’t be much of an incentive for real women to join the site. Almost every adult dating site lets women join free, so I’m not impressed at all. There is also a section with live cams but they are run by a third party site and you have to pay an additional fee for the service. I’m not into paying more money for something that hasn’t delivered in the first place.
Conclusion: Quickflirt Is Quick To Scam You But Not Get You Laid
I didn’t find one good reason to join QuickFlirt.com. When you sign up, you authorize them to reuse all your profile information. You also give them permission to distribute it to the other sites on the network. Most of the profiles are fake and so are the messages they send you. I wouldn’t recommend this or any site on the Together Networks roster.