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Well Hello Dating Site is a Complete Scam

Some of you may be visiting my site about meet and fuck apps for the first time, and if you are, welcome!  I try to keep adult oriented dating sites honest, and today, well, I’m sorry to report but there is a site I have to say is far from honest, and that’s Well Hello.  Please continue reading to find out just what I uncovered and know that I’m not the only one who has dug deep to get this information that is very disturbing.

My Well Hello Review Uncovers all the Gory Details

WellHello is a dating site for singles and swingers who are looking for people to get down with.  When you visit the site for the first time you’ll see that right on the front page there are gorgeous ladies, which always lands a few suckers and gets them to sign up.

I’ll also note, there are some “dating review sites” that talk super good about their experiences on this site.  Don’t believe them for a second.  They are simply shilling for them and trying to get you to sign up for the site since they are affiliated.

When a site advertises that it’s free to sign up I’m always one of the eager guys to take a shot and see what’s happening on the inside.  Why not, right?

I got going on this site and created my profile, and what do you know, some messages from gorgeous women started to flow in!  This gave me a semi hard-on at first, but as I kept using the site, I was starting to question the authenticity of these overtures.  These women seemed out of my league, but hey, again, I started thinking with my penis rather than my brain, which is actually college educated and one that earns me quite a bit of money in the IT field.

Suffice to say, none of these overtures led to anything.  No texting, no phone number exchanges, no meet ups for hot and steamy sex.  Sure, there COULD be some real women on this website, but this experience does not lead me to believe that to be true.  I was being played like a fiddle in the band.  Either my return messages would be ignored, or they would come back with some over the top message, often with mis-spelled words and bad grammar, that it just led me to say “What the f*ck?”

Clearly, this site has some sort of offshore set up where they create profiles to flood you with fake messages.  How they think smart men like myself won’t know this is a hoax when they refuse to meet up or exchange numbers with me just baffles me.  They talk about “Love Hostesses” in their features section, and if this is what they are referring to, I have to say that’s a bit of legal jargon designed to not be read and dissected, because it basically tells you they are out to tease you with these fake accounts!  (I’m not a detective, but prove me wrong, someone.)

I don’t even know if I ran into a “real account.”

Disclaimer: I did not sign up for the full membership.  I figured, why waste money when I was so sour to begin with?

Why I Say to Avoid

I was inundated with messages, and like they say, quality is better than quantity.  That definitely fits into the online dating space as well.  Sure, it was a free roll, per say, but a big waste of time.

I didn’t get this far, but some other person from another blog did, and he was kind enough to post this exchange of OVER THE TOP messages from women, supposedly, from Well Hello. To me, this is as fake as they come!

Well Hello Fake Messages

Lack of Phone Conversation

Again, this is where this site fails. I’ve joined many sites, and always exchanged numbers with women.  This site was the exception.  Clearly, something is whacky here – do women who join this site simply not have phones?  I think not….

What I Found Around the Web

Putting on my P.I. hat, I went off and found out what other people were saying about Well Hello.  Was I the only one who felt bad?

Sure, as I mentioned above, I ran into some sites that talked about it being the most magical thing ever created since the automobile.

However, the majority of the honest-looking sites that talk about the dating space rated it a solid “F,” for FAIL.

I like to give credibility to the sites that have good reviews, average reviews, and bad reviews.  This way I know they have opinions, and not just paid or influenced opinions.

So, let’s get to some facts I found around the web:

  • This site will cost $119.40 for a year.
  • 24 hour access is only $1.00.  However, that only allows you to get those what I feel were “fake” messages.

Lack of First Dates

Again, no sites out there that I gave an ounce of credibility to said they met women on this site.  Geez!

Shady Billing Methods

One guy pointed out all the ways this website goes about trying to scam it’s users.

The $1 trial is the one that got the most mentions, so I’ll start there.

They charge $1 for a 1 day trial.  You’ll see that the charge on your credit card comes from, and that will continue to show up for $39.95 monthly until you quit that subscription.  There was also a mention of a hidden charge for a 2 day trial period of, and that also shows up on your billing for $39.95.  How they stick these things into the small print amazes me.

It’s also reported that there is another trial for CheekyDates at $1 that rebills for $39.99 every month.  I mean, where does this stop?  Can this be true?

They must have many suckers who don’t manage their money closely.  

It’s been reported that this is the billing company’s information, for those who may be looking for a way to cancel these charges.

Industrial Thyme Inc.
845 Third Avenue
6th floor
Manhattan, New York 10022
Customer Service (1-888-795-4601)

All in all, there are better places to meet horny women.  My favorite is this website, but you can also go to my home page and see another one that has worked for me.  In fact, you are better off meeting women locally for flings than wasting your money on this crappy site.


Special shout out to these resources for helping me compile additional information for this Well Hello Review.

(The above site shows you how to delete your well hello account.)

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Dan DaSilva is a self-claimed "adrenaline junkie" who likes the rush of dating because "each woman is a new challenge and adventure." He often provides commentary on PUA forums and shares his views on dating websites on this website.


  • Holmes Nguyen

    I registered for 1 day trial of $1 on Wellhello. A day later I was charged by different sites, specifically of $200 total. What do I do now??????

    • Dan DaSilva

      Hi Holmes,

      If you read my review I share with everyone why Well Hello is a complete Scam. I don’t doubt that happened to you, be very careful.

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