Everybody loves a good dating website, right? Of course! And what could be better than a dating text program? Just about nothing. So we decided to check out SnapSext reviews to see what the buzz was all about. Is SnapSext for real? Is it a scam?
Most of us here at You Reviews are happily paired with the partner of our choice. But every now and then, with our sweetheart’s permission, of course, we try to get ourselves into a little trouble. We signed up for SnapSext, and scoured the web for SnapSext reviews. Here’s what we found out.
What is SnapSext?
The easiest way to describe SnapSext is by calling it a Snapchat for grownups. Snapchat has been wildly successful over the past six or so years. So one company decided to take Snapchat to the next level – sexting.
Visit the SnapSext website and you’ll see what we mean. “Trade pictures and hook up online now!” Of course, the landing page is littered with topless girls, as well. It would seem that by entering some basic information about yourself, you can “instantly” view singles (or couples) in your area who are looking to have fun.
The next page asked us to upload a picture of ourselves (we’re not actually going to do that, you know) and accept the terms and conditions.
In typical You Reviews fashion, we clicked the Terms and Conditions. This is what we saw:
No Service Created Profiles. Unlike many competitors, this Site does not contain any profiles created by the Service whether to increase member numbers or entertain or otherwise engage with users of the Service nor for any other purpose.
From that, we assumed that meant that SnapSext was comprised of members in our area who didn’t have a date for Friday night. But when we tried the service, we found out something else entirely. Read on to see what we thought of SnapSext.
Our SnapSext Reviews
There’s no easier way to put it than that SnapSext is a scam. Ladies and gentlemen, if you’re looking for a hookup, try the bar. Even at $7 per martini, it’s cheaper, and you’ll actually meet real people.
First of all, we didn’t put our pictures on the SnapSext site. We would like to keep our partners, thank you very much. Yet still we were almost instantly bombarded with dozens of messages. Guys, that happens nowhere. Dating sites like Match.com or Plenty Of Fish can take days to get a match. Even Tinder takes a while, and that’s just a finger flick.
The messages were the first red flag. But then we caught on. In order to read the messages, we needed to upgrade to a premium account.
Oh. Of course.
Alright, well we get reimbursed for this, so we chose a lucky one of us (poor E) and signed up. The messages were terrible. We can’t repeat them here, just take our word for it. But one thing was very clear. They weren’t from real people. Because when we responded, the replies we received were generic, even over the top. Half of them didn’t make a damn bit of sense. And all of them were sent at lightning speed.
The emails and the messaging app were the same way. They were very obviously “girls” with computer chip brains, and we were very obviously being duped.
Don’t get us wrong. Chat bots are nothing new. Fake girls have been around since the dawn of the internet, even on the old AOL service. But being lied to in a website’s terms and conditions? Well, that’s a new one on us.
We know bots well, but we gave SnapSext the benefit of the doubt. We searched the web for other SnapSext reviews, to see if others had the same experience.
SnapSext Reviews from Around the Web
Reading SnapSext reviews from other people was, in a word, hilarious. They’d all caught on to the same thing that we had – SnapSext is a scam. No two ways about it. Here’s what a few of them said.
SnapSext plays dirty dirty tricks on your mind. You think you’re hooking up with a hottie from the ‘hood, then BAM! You get stuck talking in circles with a computer.
If I wanted to hook up with a computer, I’d have dated that girl from Latin class.
I’m not paying to sext a computer.
There was one more aspect of SnapSext that we hadn’t quite explored yet, though. We wanted to see how much trouble these poor souls had cancelling their memberships. As it turned out, it was pretty easy. So that’s one thing the site had going for it.
SnapSext offers a few ways to cancel memberships – phone, email and through the website. All seemed pretty effective, and no one listed this as a complaint in their SnapSext reviews.
SnapSext Reviews: Is it a Scam?
We’ve made it abundantly clear that SnapSext is a scam. Well, kind of. If you want to “pay to sext a computer” then SnapSext just might be your jam. We don’t, though, and so we’re going to call it what it is.
We’ve covered other sites like SnapSext on You Reviews before. BeNaughty and Ashley Madison are two of them. SnapSext falls right into rank behind them as a scam site, promising hordes of hookups for a mere $500 each year.
Good news, though. If you’re on a legitimate dating site, you can pretty much count on a hook up if that’s what you’re after. Try one of the classics, like Match or eHarmony. They’ll still cost you money, but at least you’re talking to a human person with actual blood and a real brain.
If worse comes to worse, just drive down to your local college town on a Saturday night. Hookups abound, and it probably won’t cost you more than a shot or two of VSOP. Just stay away from SnapSext. It’s a scam; all the SnapSext reviews agree.