Flirt.com is the kind of website you should go to if your hobbies include dressing up in little pink nightgowns and punching yourself in the face over and over with glitter.
This website is gross, weird, broken, and will NOT get you laid. It’s a scam, it’s creepy, and did we mention it’s WEIRD?
Trust us, you want to stay away from this website. If you really want to hear more, read on.
Flirt.com Review: Why We Believe Flirt.com Is a Scam
When you first go to the flirt.com page, you might think this is a completely legit website. No, it doesn’t look like a GOOD website, but it looks like it was at least well-designed. It has an attractive-looking woman on the front page, smiling and inviting you in to a page that looks like it was at least well designed by someone who knows what they’re doing.
Unfortunately, the impression of competence doesn’t last very long.
As soon as you enter the actual website, you are smacked in the face with a big page of wallpaper, displaying male and female symbols. This website isn’t subtle at all, and has probably never heard of the concept of subtlety or taste, let alone elegance.
We don’t really care. The look of a website doesn’t matter too much to us, as long as it doesn’t look like a scam.
Unfortunately, we saw that login page more often than we ever saw the interface. Why?
Flirt.com kept locking us out.
No matter how often we put in our password during our Flirt comparison, the stupid website would never let us in. Every single time we went to the website, we had to reset the password, and every single time, we wrote down the new one so it wouldn’t happen again. Except it DID happen again, and again.
Did we mention we spent four months on this stupid website?
Analysis Of Flirt.com: Why Flirt.com Is Not Legit
On those great days when we could actually get into our accounts, we made sure to send out enough emails to make up for the days we couldn’t get in. All total, we did manage to send out 720 emails to girls we thought were pretty cute on the website.
Of those 720, we only got back 38 responses.
That’s a horrifyingly low percentage, we think. The worst part is, the only ones we got back were obviously fake.
We didn’t find any of these “girls” worth going out with. We tried to set up a couple dates just to say that we did try, but got no more responses back to our emails.
Why Flirt.com Is Not Real: More On Our Flirt.com Review
Of the 38 responses we did wind up getting on Flirt.com, we noticed a strange thing. They all read the exact same weird, creepy way:
“Im a naughty schoolgirl…u a steamy guy? I like steamy guys for flirty chat.”
Okay, what does that even mean? What is a “steamy” guy? We’ve heard the word talking about a steamy situation, but we can’t quite shake the feeling that it was never supposed to be used like this. And what the hell is “flirty chat” supposed to be?
Any website that advertises a bar in the corner where you can tell your availability to “hook up tonight” really needs to step up that game. This isn’t supposed to be about “flirty chat,” it’s supposed to be about hooking up.
Flirt.com Review: The Conclusion
Flirt.com is definitely run by the same people who run BeNaughty.com, one of the worst websites we’ve ever reviewed. It’s really difficult to forget dialogue that canned and off-putting.
If you want to get laid, don’t bother with “flirty chat” or “steamy guys.” Just go to a GOOD dating site like SocialSex, where you can get laid by real girls and never hear the word “steamy” again.