Flirt.com Review – Why Flirt.com Just Plain Fails for Online Dating

Flirt.com immediately makes us want to jump off a cliff. That’s because on Flirt.com, they don’t try to market towards women at all. They mostly just want to drag in men through a lot of boobs and butts plastered all up over the place, and that became increasingly clear during our Flirt review. It’s just filthy. We really couldn’t stand hopping onto a site like this and basically having pornography shoved into our faces. Maybe some guys are into that, but we aren’t, especially when it just scares all the ladies away. Flirt scams are also pretty prevalent because of it. They like to use fake porno pics and plaster them up as profile pictures to try and drag you in so that they can scam you. Sounds like a great site, doesn’t it? Our Four Month Test: How Flirt.com Measured Up We ended up spending a total of four months on our Flirt review, and during that time, we sent out a total of 250 e-mails to women that we really hoped weren’t just more Flirt scams. The results were awful. From those 250 e-mails, we only ended up with a total of 38 responses. This was really disappointing, but kind of to be expected on a site like…

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