Affair Alert Review [ Read This Before Signing Up ]

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We want what we can't have.

For whatever reason, girls with boyfriends, or even those who are married, are more alluring than those who are single. Perhaps the enticement comes from knowing you can look, but you can't touch because someone else is already in the picture.

But what if that wasn't the case?

Believe it or not, there are women out there who actively cheat on their husbands for various reasons. But the one thing they do not want is their husbands finding out. That's where sites like Affair Alert come in.

If you're just hearing about Affair Alert, it's an affair dating site where women who want to find men to cheat on their husbands with can find them and the men who want to find these type of women, can connect with each other. If you think this sounds too good to be true, or actually work, you're rightfully skeptical. When you're dealing with affair dating and cheating apps, there's always a risk.

But to find out the truth about Affair Alert, I'm going to do the dirty work for you and create an account with them to give you the dating insider scoop on this site.

First Impression

Before you can even sign up for Affair Alert, you have to agree to keep the privacy of these women's identities that you may find on the site discreet.

Already that lets me know that this site takes privacy seriously. You kind of need that when you're cheating on your husband.

The four-step process to sign-up breezes by, and then you're left into the mess that is their website.

An annoying alert to activate your account blocks you from actually entering the homepage of the site and accessing everything else, and I had trouble finding the e-mail they sent me.

As you could probably guess, it was in my spam folder. Once I got past that stage, I was hoping to have a better experience, but sadly, I was wrong.

The profile photos of the "women" (they could be fake profiles for all I know) looked like lousy flip-phone nudes from the 2000s, and incredibly generic. Usually, sites like these have some nudity like this to them, but the profiles on this site are overly zealous. In my experience, that usually means there's something fishy going on.

This site looks more like a porn site than a dating site, and they even have live cams and XXX-video links. It's not a negative, but it distracts from the purpose of the site.

After browsing a few more profiles, I decided that there's a mix of both fake and real profiles on this site, and if you want to take the time to figure out which one each profile you talk to is, that's on you.

Features

Affair Alert has all of the standard features that every good dating site needs; a message inbox, friends and favorites lists, an instant chat feature, and one unique feature to make the app more fun to use. That feature for Affair Alert is called 'Quickie' and is a game you could play on the site. From your selected matches, you can click whether you are interested in someone or not based on their profile picture, and if you are, that person will get notified of it and let you know if they're also interested in you.

When playing this game, you'll see your matches first, and once you start to run out of them, other members' profiles will show up.

If you need to search for someone with as little or as much detail as you'd like, you can do that with Affair Alert's search tool. Friend requests are also common on this site, and they let you connect and socialize with people. If you really like someone and want to make sure that you never lose their profile, you can add them to your favorites list, as well, to always have their profile at hand.

Pricing & Membership Benefits

Throughout my use of the site, there was one thing I could not escape, and that was the upgrade pop-up.

Because I became so familiarized with the upgrade package options through the constant reminders, allow me to tell you just how much it costs to use Affair Alert.

It's not ridiculous to think that one would be hesitant in giving their money to this site, but before you make any long-term commitments, you can get a 3-day trial of an Affair Alert membership for $2.97 per day. This trial gets you 10 profile views and message sending opportunities per day.

While you only get a selected amount of messaging and profile views with a trial membership, when you choose any of the other three membership plans, you get an unlimited amount of both those features. The first option is a monthly VIP membership that retails for $29.95 per month, and the second is a silver membership for 3 months at $16.65 per month, and the last option is a gold membership for 6 months priced at $11.65 per month.

All of these options are billed in one payment for the total of their duration and renew automatically unless canceled.

Pros

There's an insane amount of extremely horny women on this site, so if you're looking for a site that's guaranteed to get you laid, then you've found it. After you chat for a while exchange contact info, fuck book account info, or snap cheat accounts, to keep in touch offline.

That is if these women are real women and not some automated profiles and messages.

The inclusion of XXX-videos and live webcams also makes for the site to be fun and offers something other than communication between members.

Cons

You can't escape the ads on this site, even as a paying member and there are so many of them.

Also, it's unclear whether the profiles on this site or real or not, but if you're not all that concerned with meeting up with anyone in real life, and will suffice for cyber affairs, that should be no problem anyhow.

Conclusion & Rating

I'm not going to lie -- this site looks pretty sketchy, but then some profiles make you think otherwise. If you want to take the chance and see how successful you are in using this site, unfortunately, you won't be able to do so without making a payment to them. For that reason, you should always start out with the trial version of these type of sites.

Overall, Affair Alert gets 2.5/5 stars.

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