Okay, for let’s get one thing straight: BeN in the traditional sense. They will not steal your money or your credit card details. They are not out to rob and cheat, at least not in obvious and malicious ways. They are tactics that many other sites are known to use (including Ashley Madison) and some experts believe that they actually began with BeNe from, the fact is that BeNaughty are known to use them and that is why the words “BeN” are often used together.
So, just what are those tactics? What could possibly be so bad that it has left many questioning whether BeN or not?
The main issue with this adult dating site is the fact that it lures men into joining by making them believe that there are hordes of beautiful women just waiting for them. The site is full of fake profiles, all of beautiful, young women that just so happen to be a perfect match for every man that joins.
The method behind this madness is to “trick” men into joining. The site wants them to believe that there is a high ratio of women and that all of their approaches will be met with responses. They want them to believe that they will never be left wanting for a perfect match, and it makes them believe this by creating those perfect matches time and time again.
There are some other issues as well. These include the fact that it can be hard to quit and it can be hard to contact women, real ones included. They are not as deceptive as other sites when it comes to establishing fake profiles in order to chat with new members and get more money off them. But they do use other tactics that have caused many to view this industry with suspicion.
Other BeN Tactics
Advertising is also a big issue. In our page on MacKeeper we also covered this and it is something we have covered on review pages as well, such as Extreme Testrone. Simply put, they use marketing tactics that are considered underhanded at worst and suspicious at best. BeNaughty are the kings of this, up there with MacKeeper for using tactics that have brought more users to the service but have also forever given it a bad name.
These tactics include pop-ups, pop-unders and other ads that you just can’t get rid of. They put them on porn sites, they put them on sites that are riddled with viruses. Part of the problem (and in some cases the main problem) is that they ave affiliate programs and they don’t have strict restrictions on these programs.
Many affiliate programs will warn their users against using certain methods because they don’t want them to harm the brand. BeNaughty don’t seem to have done that. So, by allowing their affiliates to advertise them through all kinds of dodgy methods, the words “BeN” are so common, so widespread that they might as well be official branding.
Of course, such . But try telling that to the poor sap who just clicked on the wrong link and is now picking apart the remnants of his virtual life as he tries to wade through pop-ups, malware, fake warnings and more, all while seeing the insidious BeNaughty logo everywhere he goes.
If you look at the genuine BeNaughty reviews out there, which is to say not the affiliate reviews, then most are bad. Many have clearly been left by BeNaughty reviewers who have taken a sex upforit rather negative stance after being spammed. Others have left their BeNaughty reviews after dissevering that one of the local girls they joined to talk to, was actually a fake account.