Xpress.com is an online dating website available to people in all 50 states as well as in countries all over the world which claims to be the “Cadillac of online dating sites” and 100% free.
To get started with Xpress.com, all you need to do is let them know your gender and the gender of the person you wish to date, as the site accommodates all sexual preferences, not just heterosexual relationships.
After you complete that step, you choose your location, a User Name, and give them your email address so they can send you a confirmation email that will allow you to finish your sign up process.
Xpress.com allows you to search for partners by location, age, interests, or race. They allow their members to participate in online chatting so that you have a chance to get to know someone before you go on a physical date.
Previous members have lodged complaints about Xpress.com, claiming that it is not legit, but rather a fake dating site, because in addition to their online dating community, their website also contains an adult entertainment aspect, which includes explicit pictures, videos, stories, sounds, and possibly – though not confirmed – staged interactions.
And unfortunately, even though the Xpress.com sign up says they are “100% free” only some of their website’s features are available to free users. In order to fully utilize the site, you must upgrade to a paid membership.
The cost of a paid membership depends on the length of the membership and the features you choose to incorporate into your membership. It is important to know before you sign up for a membership, that while you may cancel your membership at any time, your fees will not be eligible for refund.
If you wish to cancel or unsubscribe from Xpress.com, you must send an email to email@example.com at least 5 days before the end of your membership term.
If you have any experience with this site, please your Xpress.com reviews below.
12 ‘Xpress.com’ Reviews
Very big scam!!
I too did join Xpress...Wow... Yes I did get e mail from very good look-in girls but they were 20 years younger than me!! So I did a test with my sister and had her sign up as a worker for this site!! Hard to do in this country as they want to hire out of country girls!! Well it took 5 months and they hire her, well she made a lot of money keeping older men on her site....Scam all the way!! Lost a few bucks but worth it to expose them!!...Girls not real but they are making money!!!, my sister well over $2000.00 per month!!!!!!!!! Good Luck guys!!
This site is loaded with suggestive images, and the girls that email you try to sound casually friendly, yet their profile summaries are all about sex. They tell it takes time to get know a woman, and to build trust, and cite safety reasons, and a whole lot of bs stalling to keep you a member. If a girl is truly interested, she'll meet you after a few good email connections- I've done if plenty of times. Especially if she's actually interested in a hookup. I'll be leaving the site asap.
I'm also interested in pursuing or joining a class action against these crooks, for wasting my money, and especially my time.
Not worth what you pay
Supposedly "the top site to get laid", their employees must be the ones that coined that phrase, I haven't really heard much of anything from a single member. I'd already had my suspicions it was a load of bologna from the one-line messages I get. You'll be lucky if you get any replies outside the site, much less in their "chatrooms". Even as a full gold member, you'll be paying more yet to see anything there. I've seen very little to convince me it's nothing more than a site aimed for sucking as much money as it can from you.
Thank goodness I didn't dish out a dime to these con artists. The above reviewers summed it all up.
Total waste of time. Luckily I spotted it straight away.. look out for:
1. EVERYONE who contacted me was from the same place in coventry. Guess their location scripts don't work too well for UK. oh, and all this from a zero profile. Chicks really that interested in someone with no profile - would you?
2. All say the same kind of message... 'I wanna see you, upload your picture' - which obviously you need to pay to do.
3. Images - take a close look at the profile pics - pics of left hand drive cars and they're saying they're in UK. American branded clothes, plug sockets in background of images etc etc (harder for Americans maybe)
4. localised language/phrases - mentioning shopping 'malls' (don't use that phrase in UK) and other obvious language. again not as easy to spot if u in US.
And another great way - google image search their profile pic. Amazing what comes up (use firebug in firefox to get the source of the image, or inspect in chrome)
oh, and the 'best rated site' reviews are fake too.