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I admit that I’m a cheap date. I don’t like paying for online dating, nor do I like paying for sex – on account that it’s illegal everywhere except one state. And even if it weren’t illegal, I’d probably get kicked out of the brothel because I would low-ball the prostitutes and make a fool of myself. 

That’s why I’ve spent a lot of time browsing Craigslist, Tinder, and all the other “free websites” that promise naughty fun – at no cost. 

Well, I was not very impressed at what I saw. The fact of the matter is that people who don’t pay, don’t take these ads very seriously. That’s why you have lots of “bots”, fake profiles, undercover escorts, and well, guys posing as girls. Go figure, it happens. 

That’s why, whenever I hear of a new site promising easy naughty fun – like BeNaughty.com – I always join and look around in curiosity. 

Most sites offer a free membership now, though your ability to interact with the community is severely limited. 

I hoped that my BeNaughty review would be something different. Maybe this was the site of my horny dreams. 

The results…were mixed. Let’s talk about the good, bad, and “ugly” of all these beautiful people. 

Here are the other hookup sites i have reviewed so far, and you’ll learn how they compared to BeNaughty in this post:

What is BeNaughty?

BeNaughty promises flirting singles, casual dating, and nearby “hot girls” in chat rooms, or across the country in different cities. Registration is easy and you can start browsing within minutes of creating a free account, after verifying your email address. 

Signing Up on BeNaughty

There was a minor problem in signing up for the dating service using an anonymous email account. Not all email accounts are accepted, only well-known providers like Google or AT&T accounts. The problem is, most users will not want to use their personal account for this kind of service, creating a possible issue.

Once you do provide an address, you can start browsing personal ads and photos, seeing profiles of members nearby and what floats their boat, so to speak. 

The simplicity of surfing is positive, not to mention photo uploads and video introductions. Your photos have to pass community standards, and that includes an automatic disqualification for duplicate photos and accounts. 

The Best Be Naughty Features

One of Be Naughty’s most interesting features is that it allows you to date singles or couples, as in threesomes, swinging, or polyamorous dating. 

It’s a sex dating site, which means you can keep things casual or long-term – and who wouldn’t want to tell their future children they met mommy and daddy and second mommy on BeNaughty.com? The dating experiences and open-mindedness of users among the site’s best features. 

Search Results and Filters

The website itself is efficiently designed and easy to use. Matches are sent to each user, though you can also adjust search filters to find better results. You can also skip what you don’t like, similar to the popular Tinder app style. 

Icebreakers and Games

Not only are there ice breakers like “wink” and “add to favorites” but you can also break the ice by playing the Cute or Not Game in the gallery section. 

App or Website

The BeNaughty app is not a great invention necessarily, but it is more convenient to surf on a mobile phone. All games and features work on both the website and app. In my opinion, the member photos were better on the app. 

How to Start Chatting on BeNaughty.com

Want to chat instantly with whoever is online? Chat in real-time. You don’t even have to finish creating a profile to start checking people out. 

If you want to send live or email messages to other users, you must sign up for a premium account, unless of course, you are female. In that case, messaging is free after photo verification. The chat section of the site looks modern and similar to popular social media websites. 

BeNaughty suggests that it’s “women message for free” approach explains why it has a higher female-to-male ratio than other dating companies. Some reviews online also suggest that Be Naughty removes obviously fake profiles, and I don’t doubt that. 

The problem is that many profiles are designed to look real and while a person can tell when the identity is fake, an automated system can’t always tell the difference.  

What Kind of Naughty Users Will You Meet?

Be Naughty claims 13 million users are using their site and that they’ve been established since the year 2000. While that might be correct, my experience did not suggest that hundreds of women were dying to chat with me.

Higher female-to-male ratio or not, I did not feel a connection with any of the women that reached out to me, probably because they did seem, well, robotic. As in, programmed responses and way too friendly without just cause. 

They didn’t care if I was affable or friendly or even surly and sour-faced. They just talked like we were old buddies, probably most keen on getting me to sign up for the premium account. 

Whether that meant they were spam robots, or just paid users trying to solicit interest in the site, or even escorts, I don’t know. 

I try to stay positive and so I assume these users were all just simultaneously wowed by my one t-shirt photo and baseball cap. But I can safely say, none of these women were interested in going out or chatting for the long-term. 

My One BeNaughty Chat

After a few days of surfing through fake-sounding users, I finally found one profile that seemed to be down to earth. 

RoxanneZalaya00 – She had two sexy photos and one goofy looking one. Seems kind of real, I thought to myself. 

She asked me a few questions about our shared kinks and eventually the interest fizzled out. Not because I told her about my weird foot fetish…and I tried my best not to make it sound weird. 

Rather, she seemed to lose interest when I told her I don’t consider myself rich, nor do I tip women for going out on dates with me. I’m not sure if she was a sugar baby or a working girl, but once I told her I work as a manager at Wal-Mart, she remembered she had better things to do. 

Review of The Premium BeNaughty

I did pay for the full premium BeNaughty experience, even though I also tried to pick up what interest I could with the free version. While the site did offer one month for $28.80 (which isn’t half bad) and three months for $16.20 per month, I only paid 99 cents for a trial run. 

I was able to message members to my heart’s content, but even so, it didn’t change my luck. Despite all the great publicity I’ve read, I just didn’t find this to be a thriving community. 

If you want to know how to cancel recurring BeNaughty, just know that the company is not very transparent and will fight their sneakiest to avoid refunding you the money. I wasn’t about to spend $30 on a site that offered no real money-back guarantee. So I told them to keep the 99 cents…

Well, technically I didn’t write customer service, I just told one of the obvious spam girls that she can “keep the change, ya filthy animal” – my own homage to Home Alone.

She didn’t think it was funny. No LOL or anything. She just said, “OK bye.” 

That about sums up my experience at BeNaughty. 

Pros 

  • The $0.99 trial is actually a great deal
  • Swinger interactions encouraged
  • Women chat for free, so higher female to male ratio

 

Cons

  • Nonexistent community
  • Despite high member count, not much interaction with women
  • Surprisingly over-priced for very little naughty fun

 

Review Final Verdict – Is BeNaughty Reliable?

Why BeNaughty is not such a great site, not well established, and definitely not worth it when compared to ones with a more thriving adult community. The fact that the site offers couples matching, and yet doesn’t have a couples search filter, seems sort of self-defeating. 

I don’t like paying for dating sites, it’s true. But compared to time wasters like BeNaughty, it gives you a newfound respect for the sites with thriving communities. 

Be Naughty is not naughty enough for a perv like me. I’ll go back to where I’m wanted, thank you very much. 

A Better Idea

I didn’t find much success at BeNaughty, but that only gave me the incentive to go back to the usual suspects…

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