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Eros Review



Eros is a well-known escort site operating mostly on US locations and that makes it even riskier. For one thing, it’s a charade that plays games with its users by distributing various content that just creates confusion. There are plenty of different links on that website and you can never tell whether you’ll step on a landmine!

Some of the links are for illegit businesses, such as all types of activities that fall under the cap of “escort”, porn sites, fake hookups, brothels, you name it! You won’t find any verified adult dating sites here, that I can tell you because Eros just links to poor hookups apps we have reviewed before as not promising.  

Is Eros Legit?

Sure, you can say it’s legit, if you consider it an advertising platform that has nothing to do with real adult dates. It’s legit to place ads and charge for them, as long as you don’t promise people something you won’t deliver EVER!

This escort site has no excuses for the methods it uses to make money. So – don’t be one of their scapegoats, feeding their glutinous a*ses!

Live CamRabbit Rooms

Eros Cam Rabbit cam rooms

Yeah – why I’m not surprised? Just put a few girls in rooms, tell them to do their thing, and as long as someone logs in, credit charges get completed surprisingly fast! Those alluring videos can make you forget what you came on Eros for.

Therefore, by all means, avoid clicking the “Live Cams” link! Keep your dollars safe for drinks for the real thing when you hook up on a genuine site.

Lavish Ad Platform

Eros Generous Ad Platform

Wel, well, well! Your sensitive data is of no importance to Eros. They provide a number of demographics (sure, everyone will say it’s a perfectly legal thing to do) to their publishers. Eros is very generous, almost lavish in data sharing.

Now, if you keep it all within limits, things are safe. But My experience on the Adult dating Patrol team has shown me that dating sites are particularly sensitive to hacking attacks, No one wants to go there!

Fake Adult Dating Ads

Eros Cam Fake Dating Ads

I consider this the most important section because it brings me to what I do best – review fake adult hookup apps. Eros has a lot of needless content and it’s very weak in the area where you need it most – casual hookups. You’ll find all types of sex communication here, but don’t hope that you’ll get laid! It won’t happen!

Phony Photo Profiles

Okay – here is the standard practice of offering top model looks on gorgeous babes who look like they have come straight out of a porn movie! Do you think these are for real? As much as all those fake dating profiles with stolen pics that impersonate real women and are in fact bots! So many testimonials of not getting what you were promised assure me that I’m right!

Eros Cam False Profiles

No Hookups on Eros!

In a nutshell, stay away from Eros. Its nice sophisticated name won’t trick me. But you need to follow suit! Don’t make the worst mistake of falling for nice visuals! I did the checkup for you so that you don’t fall into the hole. Man up and stop spending your money for nothing!

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 Comments 3 comments

  • Amber Brooks says:

    Well, I couldn’t disagree with you more…I’m on it and I’m very real. My pictures are real and so am I.

  • A. Provider says:

    Eros is a scam site that rips off providers. Here is how the scam works

    Provider pays via bitcoin for an already approved and posted ad.
    Ad is rejected for made up reason.
    Ad is resubmitted.
    Ad is again rejected after changes are made.
    (Throughout this the price changed 3x for the exact same ad, in the exact same location for the exact same amount of time)
    Provider gives up and asks for refund.
    Bitcoin refunds are not allowed.
    Eros will not give out legal mailing address.

    This is defacto theft.

    Keep in mind I have until now, used this site off and on for 15 years. I will NEVER use it again after this fiasco.

  • Lez says:

    I am an advertiser across many mediums and I help ladies who want my help across many different websites. I have no axe to grind against eros or any other adult website. The TRUE story of EROS is this:
    I once managed to get one client a profile on eros and this profile stayed live for a few months. Then they said that the photos that they had previously verified no longer met their standards (and believe me these pics were already tame compared to other websites). I sent new passport photo, new photo holding a pice of paper dated and eros.com written on it. I removed each photo one at a time until there was only one photo remaining and each time they said the photo was not complying with their standards (which they do NOT publish anywhere as guidance). They are THE MOST UNHELPFUL people I ever dealt with in a lifetime of advertising (I started at 18 years and am over 60 now so I have over 40 years experience of advertising, websites and server management) Eros send a message saying “pic 1 does not comply” so you delete that pic and then go through the timely fiasco of submitting the advert again. Then 2 or 3 days later they say “pic 3 does not comply” then you delete it and re-submit and it goes on and on and on. The first time I got one client verified it took me a month of back and forward with very unhelpful communications. Second time around with another lady it took me 2 months to get her advert accepted. It is a joke website and they don’t care about their clients at all. The problem is as well that my client used a visa gift card to top up and when you ask for your money back they just ignore you. Its a scam and should be taken doen by law enforcement because of the INEQUAL WAY THEY TREAT CLIENTS. My client did a new photo shoot only wearing a red dress and no skin showing at all and even 1 of these pics failed to meet their standards! So I think to myself is this a website run by a “group” who have a “close” working relationship with escorts ie “favourite” girls who they get a percentage from and the whole charade of not allowing other girls to advertise would then make sense. I don’t believe this is true because I do know some ladies who have managed to get real profiles on eros..com so its obviously not a painful experience for everone (eventually!). The website DOES work and my client got more business from eros than from the world number 1 adult site A…….k.com. The number 1 website is great, very professional but it’s big problem is TOO MUCH CHOICE” with over 19,000 females advertising on there so the ladies who offer the best services and prices tend to pick up the clients. The reason Eros.com works is because there are so few ladies on there and also its known in the USA and since backpage and craigslist stopped adult ads it has meant that wealthy American men who visit the UK are aware of eros and they use it. The photos are all of “agency standard” and because I know some of the ladies on their website I can say that the photos are genuine but mostly heavily photoshop retouched (but many agency sites suffer this to even more extreme). I WISH that someone would grab hold of eros management and kick them out and turn this nicely branded domain name into a force to be reckoned with…but they are a million miles away from this right now. I can only assume that since their offices in America were raided by the FBI they are all too scared to make a decision especially when you consider what happened to the management of Craigslist and the MD going to prison etc. They are probably so dumb that they don’t realise that in the UK prostitution is legal and there are virtually no advertising laws that relate to what they are offering. I really wanted to get this off my chest as it’s the 2nd most annoying thing I ever had to deal with in my life and I WILL NOT be trying again as I can better spend my time on other adult sites who at least respond quickly and try their best to help.

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