Since the rise of online dating, many sites explore all kinds of different niches. One of the most popular niches is casual sex dating sites. These sites promise to give you the opportunity to meet other singles in your area and have a no strings attached fling. FreeLifetimeAffairs.com is a hookup site that makes a lot of promises but delivers on none of them. I would go as far as to say they are one of the most annoying and worst types of hookup sites out there. First, their name immediately angers me because I know that it is not free at all. Not only that; it’s more expensive than most dating sites AND hits you with hidden charges on top of it. Check out my detailed review below and I will let you know exactly why Free Lifetime Affairs is a site that does not have real women.
Free Lifetime Affairs is fake and deplorable, so I’m going to get straight to everything that is wrong with this site because there is a lot. First, you should check out their Terms. This is where they admit to using something called Love Stars. Love Stars are the name that they give to their fake profiles and computer automated correspondence that they send you. They say it’s for entertainment purposes only, but no one wants to be entertained with dishonest communications and fake profiles. You came here to hook up. I have seen so many sites use this term that I lost count and every single site that uses this term has turned out to be a fraud.
The sad thing is that Love Stars isn’t the worst thing about the site. The worst is that they make so many claims to be free (even in their name) but they are about as far from free as you can get. The moment you fill out your profile, you are taken to a page where you are asked to verify your identity by entering your credit card info. When they get your info, they charge you an outrageous price that’s more expensive than most dating sites plus add hidden charges for two porn sites for a grand total of over $100. You should avoid sites who use these tactics like the plague.
I knew that something didn’t feel right when I first arrived at FreeLifetimeAffairs.com. I usually don’t trust sites that make bold claims about being free because they are usually not and I was right. I was skimming through the Terms and found the term Love Stars. That was enough to make me want to leave, but I checked into it further to see what else I could find. That’s when I found out about their outrageous charges on top of extra hidden charges that they try to fool you into paying. I had seen enough and was not about to allow this site to fool me and take my money. You would be wise to do as I did and stay away or you will be a victim of their fraud and will not find one real person on the site.
The only feature on Free Lifetime Affairs that stands out is the looping video of a close-up of a hot internet model’s ass as she rolls around on a bed in a bikini. Many of the pictures on the profiles are nude pics of gorgeous women who are obviously models. It’s basically just a glorified porn site that doesn’t offer much in the way of porn and offers nothing in the way of casual dating. I recommend that you don’t consider joining a site like this and if you see another one that looks like it, avoid that one too.
The cost is what angered me most about FreeLifetimeAffairs.com. As I mentioned before; you are asked for your credit card information when you first create a profile to verify your identity, but you are charged an outrageous recurring monthly charge of $49.95. Plus, they try to slip in two additional charges for porn sites. $39.61 for VibeVideo.com and $28.87 for VideoErotic.com. That comes out to almost $120. That’s a huge price to pay for a bogus site.
The Bottom Line
I rarely insist on avoiding a bogus dating site because many of them have their good attributes and you might find a real person from time to time. There is no chance for that at Free Lifetime Affairs. This site is a whole other level of bad and is not built to connect you with any real people. They exist to take your money and a lot of it. If you decide to try it anyway, don’t say I didn’t warn you.