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They are tactics that many other sites are known to use (including Ashley Madison) and some experts believe that they actually began with Be Naughty.
And nobody on dating sites OKCupid and Plenty Of Fish knew any better.
My recent experiment with creating false profiles on those two popular, adults-only, dating sites illustrated just how simple it is to pretend you’re someone else.
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.
In the world of adult dating sites, Be Naughty is the one that frequently pops-up and it seems that wherever you see the word “Be Naughty” the word “Scam” soon follows. In this Be Naughty Scam article we’ll ask that question and answer it as best we can, offering our own review and looking at other Be Naughty reviews as well.