GetNaughty.com is one of the many hookup sites on the internet that make it obvious that they cater to people who are looking for a casual, no strings attached fling with other singles in their area. The question is; can you actually find someone to hook up with on the site? After trying it for myself, I can tell you that the answer is no. The site cannot be trusted because of all the fraudulent practices that I found while investigating it. It seems to be set up as a net to lure unsuspecting singles and take the money of people who don’t know any better. I hope you will read this review and not fall into their trap. Find out more details in my full review of Get Naughty below as well as my personal experience on the site that convinced me that I will never be back again and will urge others to avoid it just like other online dating scam sites.
There is definitely a lot of work put into a site like GetNaughty.com, but the work isn’t put toward connecting people with other singles to hook up. Their main motivation is obviously to take your money. I have seen many dating sites like this that send you computer automated messages and generate fake profiles, but this site goes a step further and hires employees who communicate with you and make you think that they are members who want to hook up. They admit to it in their Terms and Conditions. They state that their customer service representatives are encouraged to stimulate conversation with members. Their real purpose is to keep you communicating with them until you are charged for another month of service. Always read the fine print and you can avoid sites like this. If you know what to look for, you can avoid paying high prices for a service that does not work. Check out my personal experience on the site below and you will know exactly how I determined that they cannot be trusted.
I signed in to Get Naughty and in a few minutes all the girls messaging me were extremely hot and my too good to be true radar starts going off. I thought that just maybe some of them would be authentic, so I paid for a month membership. When I tried responding to these ladies, all of them ignored me but one. She seemed flirty right away, but she wouldn’t engage in anything sexual or even very interactive. Her answers were really short and she didn’t show any genuine interest, but she kept messaging me anyway. I ran into mostly dead ends and only ended up talking to one other real girl. She acted just like the other girl and both started writing more at the end of my first month. It was obvious to me that they were employees who were trying to fool me into staying. No such luck ladies.
Get Naughty is a stripped-down format dating site with only the most basic functions. You only get the typical search criteria like age, location, and country. You can chat or send e-mails to potential matches, see who viewed your profile, see who has added you as a friend, send winks to other members, see who is online now and watch live webcams. Live cams are only available for paid members and I suspect that they are videotaped sessions and not live at all.
GetNaughty.com is free to join, but it’s not free to use. At least they don’t claim to be 100% free like many other sites I have seen. You can sign up, create a profile, browse, and receive messages, but you are not allowed to respond to them until you pay their membership fees. The monthly membership is about the average dating site price at $29.95. If you want to save a little money; you can pay for a 3 month membership at the price of $59.95.
The Bottom Line
Get Naughty seems to be growing in popularity, so I was excited to try it at first, but I was soon made aware that it was just another swindle like ClickAndFlirt.com. They lure you in with fake profiles and messages and tell you that they do it to stimulate conversation. All they do is try to fool you into paying for membership fees when there is nothing on the site worth paying for. Always make sure to read all the fine print when researching a site like this because you can often find more than enough reasons to assume that the site is a fraud and cannot be trusted. I wouldn’t trust this one at all if I were you.