YesBackpage Review

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How can you expect to be safe in the adult dating community when fake dating directories multiply like cockroaches? I haven’t even managed to cover all feedback from previous reviews related to pages similar to the forbidden Backpage, and now I have to work on the YesBackpage review. I’d rather call this website No! Backpage! So that you know the kind of mess you will get yourself into if you decide to look for casual dating opportunities on this fraudulent self-perpetuating network.

Why We Need a YesBackpage Review?

The short answer is because we need to keep up with the pace these sites recreate themselves. People who are looking for genuine ads and authentic dating profiles can really dig deep on YesBackpage.com. It all looks nice and innocent, like the regular classifieds pages. But try to look for some real dates and you’ll end up just with paid sex. How do I know this is the case? Well, I don’t need any special proof for this scams. But in order to help my readers find out the truth, I still take the tour and tell it like it is. Why don’t I trust YesBackpage?

Misleading Ads

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To post an ad, you need to create an account and buy some credits. Credits again? Yeah, if you see credits you can be sure that the service is a big fraud! Especially when there is a bunch of weird payment methods, avoiding the standard credit card!

No Ads for Cars, Boats, and Motorcycles

I wanted to check whether this YesBackpage review will provide any good results in my area. So I checked the Denver area in Colorado, looking for some vehicles, motorcycles in particular. No ads? You’ve got to be kidding me? How come no one sells a motorbike in the wider Denver area? It’s possible on fake websites, for sure!

Same Ads for Escort Girls and Dating Services

Then I made a comparison between escort services and dating services. They look almost exactly the same! You won’t find any real women here, just hoes waiting to get your money and give you something you don’t want in return, like an STD, for example!

Adult Dating Ads

YesBackpage review escort ads

Escort Ads

YesBackpage review dating ads

Crypto Payments

The weirdest thing on YesBackpage.com is definitely the payment system. You cannot use a credit card, but you can use cryptocurrency payments, Western Union and gift cards. Accepted currencies are Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum. A bunch of shady membership options, if you ask me! I must conclude YesBackpage is a ghost town!

YesBackpage review payment options

What Do Most YesBackpage Reviews Say?

They agree with my opinion – YesBackpage is fake! You won’t find any adult dating fan speaking in favor of obsolete and fake classifieds websites that exist only to rip off newbies and extort money from call girls. My preference as always is genuine adult dating sites.  


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 Comments 4 comments

  • NoBackpage says:

    a lot of these sites are using other payment alternatives due to another law silently passed regarding bank accounts and human trafficking prevention jus more crazy but this site is shady altogether the ads, the team behind it, the obvious scam if they are with the whores then I would be offended if I were a whore with their sloppy site made 2 represent our line of work

  • Al S. says:

    Ur exactly right,even the escort ads r fraud leading u to the cc age verification scam! Give ur cc# to verify ur 18 or older! Soon as the get ur cc# bam u have a $39.95charge for a membership that’s was suppose a free trial for a couple of days!yes ur cc company will credit u back after a lot of red tape but who wants to go through that! They need to shut them down just like Craigslist n backpage.com!

  • Kim says:

    I was one of those provider’s who was foolish enough to purchase credits from YesBackpage. Those scammers ran off with every last cent on my prepaid Visa card. I wanted to make a simple $10 resit transaction and they took all of the $200 from my card. I did everything to put a stop on that unauthorized transaction but they don’t answer to your emails. I ended up not having funds for the holidays and have stayed in as a result of these scam artists who will and can steal your money.

  • Frank says:

    You can get your money back if you contact your cc company but it may take some time. Don’t give up hope as these scumbags are being exposed all over the internet.

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