XPress.com Review - Scam Site
I decided to try the trial membership for $1.95 as I figured what could I lose? Almost immediately I began to recognize shady signs.
Point one, I'm not an ugly guy, nor am I super attractive, but I began to receive a few random emails from pretty hot women. They weren't the over obviously scam emails though, they were more subtle with a short opening like "Hey, what do you do for fun?"
Which brings me to point two. Every single message was like that with, the exact same punctuation. and grammar! Let's be honest for those of us that have experience with internet dating: proper grammar is a rarity.
Point three. The difference between this site and most scam sites is they'll respond asking for money or to check out their personal site. This one is trickier as they do respond directly to your reply emails. Now if this is blatantly obvious in one of their special features or what not, I apologize for being arrogant and dumb, but I believe there is someone who is either compensated or works for the site that is sending out the emails using fake profiles as alias. I believe the goal is to keep you entertained and make you think that you are actually talking to someone interested, when in reality they are sucking up your money.
Conclusion, if you want to take a risk to actually meet real people, or if you want to pay for casual conversation, this is the site for you. Otherwise, buyers beware.
Chad does NOT recommend XPress.com to friends/family
Date: April 28, 2012 - 1:39
The site states they emply bots and humans to "make your experience more exciting". Scam site. Stay away.
Date: May 19, 2012 - 14:17
I live in a rural area where everyone knows everyone else and the same couple dozen women are on all the dating sites. So it was an obvious scam when xpress.com shows me 36,000 hot women who all live in this town, with a total population of half that many.
Date: May 22, 2012 - 10:26
The supposed women on xpress dating had all wrote short letters maybe six or seven words never would answer a question ever all were gorgeous and from one area I asked three women I was talking to I asked to exchange phone numbers none replied boys avoid this site its a big scamm
Date: June 24, 2012 - 5:51
I have to agree with the other comments here. Xpress is a scam. I have encountered the same thing, where I get messages from these women who are way too hot and way too young to seriously be interested in me. They say they want to do things with me, and there is a lot of back and forth where they just send one line messages, etc. Any time I suggest meeting, I immediately get a response like "What's your rush?" or "Don't be so pushy!" Then I ask them why they said they want to do things with me, but then they think I'm being pushy if I say, "OK, let's do it!"
Date: August 8, 2012 - 12:55
Ok I'm a good looking dude, so I'm been told anyway i just fill out the intro form without a profile, photos or even pull my card i got things to do so get back to my desk later to find 3 e emails from 3 hotties, saying they want this that with me. Hang on a minute I could be the elephant man for all they know.
( I mean from the neck up) so right there you. One girl was persist sent asked me if I was scared, I thought hell ya I'm scared of getting jacked. Stay away guys.
Date: August 13, 2012 - 11:02
Dude, you just saved my ass. I was on the site for 3 days and the first thing that went wrong was the fact I couldn't edit my profile, then I was told I only could give 1 free E-mail per person. I was being pressured to having to pay to upgrade my account (which I'm glad I didn't do) and I kept getting strangers that were viewing my account and asking dates out of nowhere even though I had no profile pic or anything on my profile. I set my E-mail to ignore future messages, good thing I used my proxy and not my main one. Thanks a lot.
Date: September 20, 2012 - 4:48
Yes, the same thing; I had no profile and a few hotties sent mail, WTF. When I mailed back a comment there was reply.
Ashley Madison is the same way and I busted them. I wrote to customer support and gave them profiles and facts and the crap stopped. The profiles would send collect messages ending up costing me money for every message. BTW who stays on line 24/7 for months? An employee that's who!
Adultfriendfinder has sharks that will direct you to another site when you contact them. At least AFF dose a good job of removing these profiles.
Try the backpages.com and just pay for it! The real profiles are just as strange an effort as the scammer's profiles. I do have a couple of new pen-pals now from Russia and Spain. I wonder what they really want?LOL The minute I asked them for a photo with a sign that says hello Gray, they disappeared. LOL or maybe it was the fact that I asked them to be eating a BigMac in the photo too.
Good hunting folks.
Date: October 6, 2012 - 15:54
YES! XPress IS a scam.....I have had the exact same non-sequitur responses & egg-ons.......THEY NEED TO PUT THESE CROOKS AWAY FOR INTERNET FRAUD!!!!!
Date: November 26, 2012 - 0:17
THis is a sleazy porn site full of prostitutes and second rate porn stars selling sex, they try to pass themselves off as a legitimate dating site but far from it. Once you sign up there is no way to cancel and you are trapped, they sell your email to every sleaze bag spam site east of Hong Kong. THEY SUCK ...YES IT IS A SCAM SITE!!!
Date: December 9, 2012 - 6:57
Bad Boy Jones
Fake. Consider the probability that 90% of all the women that contact me are in Alabaster, AL who contact me? Also, their dialog seems to be common (hesitant to provide phone numbers, easily driven away when it's time to meet, etc).
Date: January 11, 2013 - 21:14
This is a HUGE scam. I have emailed back and forth with some women and all they give you is one sentence answers. No wanting to meet, putting you off till a later date and nothing but BS. Don't waste your time with these idiots. I swear they should take these dumass losers and shoot them all. (Not advocating that, just saying). Go find some other site that has real women,,,paid too much and learned too late.
Date: January 18, 2013 - 17:46
How stupid can guys be? Yes, of course it's a scam, and a brazen one. The hotties here will never, ever consent to meet you or give you an actual e-mail address or phone number. No matter what you write them, and no matter how often, all you'll get in return is vapid, single-sentence enticements unrelated to the message you sent them.
The scam works because guys are so bloody stupid. They actually want to believe that there are a bazillion gorgeous women out there who are eager to screw your brains out. Look at their pictures. Do they look like the kind of women who would be desperate to get laid? Another thing is that their ideal match could be an Albanian dwarf, since all of them have checked "Does Not Matter" in every descriptive category.
If investigative journalism still existed, some newspaper could write a great expose of these sleazy operators. Hmmmm. Maybe I'll pitch the story to 'Wired' myself...
In the meantime, guys, if you set yourself up as a hot babe on this site, you'll see how lucrative the business is. You'll receive from 200-500 messages every day, all from guys whose brains are in their dicks.
Date: January 23, 2013 - 16:26
Notice the time stamps on the messages you get from girls supposedly living in your area. You'll see that the messages are sent at all hours of the day, many in the dead of night. What this implies is that xPress.com girls from all time zones have been employed to engage your attention, in part by pretending they live nearby.
Date: February 6, 2013 - 16:11
total scam this is a old site sexsearch with a new name and funny its very similar to another site socialsex
Date: February 17, 2013 - 0:12
Useless site. Ninety % of women are fake. Waste of time.
Date: March 27, 2013 - 11:52
I payed for it and chatted to 4 girls, one black chick, we had dirty chats on the sitethen managed to get our email addresses past auto delete and we continued our hot chats for a couple of weeks and i still treasure these as i think it was a one off experience for me , thats the truth and no one has payed me to say that, most sites i find really suck , even adultfriendfinder was useless for me , too many guys on it to compete with , oh by the way avoid all alkuda sites and xdating, totally fake , okay good luck and good by fellow philanthropers.!!!
Date: April 27, 2013 - 16:45
I checked reviews of various sites and xpress.com got the best, so I tried it. There are some profiles I suspect are fake, or given to women who don't intend to follow through. But it worked! Got laid and have a couple other possibilities. One word of advice: Don't talk like a douche and women would rather see your face than your penis.
Date: May 15, 2013 - 7:01
Total scam. Luckily I used a masking program for my email address and my credit card denied the charges. I had to make an outrageous profile so that I would be kicked off the site, (there was no way to delete your on line profile). 95% of the girls looked super hot and they all seemed interested in me until my credit card payment was denied. Spend your horny dollars elsewhere. You have been warned.
Date: May 15, 2013 - 7:06
another panz scheme site. Like a new mousetrap still catches men.Letters from women work for site. Are you a paid member means escort most say no yet work for company no real photos some who can write one free e-mail and real good yet most searches women do not join off site a month or more. Same as many xxx sites not real cam girls everyone to make money you will not meat anyone. Earlier post from man bull he did not meat a girl not today,s world unless she was a 300lb and she realy desperate. Waste of time and money.xpress does read and edit this for what it is worth foreign ladies all Russian sites same once they have your money forget it. Greed unfortunate some women really do want to meet.Not on porn dating site
Date: May 21, 2013 - 19:19
This xpress.com is out of jamica and doesn't have usc.2257 that means it is a fake site with shady sites...don't play with it FAKE.......
Date: October 4, 2013 - 20:59
IT'S FAKE WASTE OF TIME AND LIFE DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY !!!
Date: January 3, 2014 - 2:41
Before they had online dating sites, they just gave you a list of so-called matches to call. That system was far more successful than what they have today. The biggest problem with today's online dating sites is the huge number
of scammers who are just trying to rip you off for something completely bogus. Problems with non-responses, putoffs, and rejections seem to be much worse than what you had under the older system of simply getting a call list.