These are real women but their photos have been taken from amateur porn sites and then they use those photographs to make fake female profiles on Milf

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This is a verified fact if you read the terms and conditions where they clearly state "Fantasy Cuties functionality could be computer generated or could be originating from third parties that are hired to interact with you." They employ people whose job description it is to chat with you, send you emails and pretend to be interested in you all in an effort to get you to upgrade to a paid monthly subscription.

(Fake computer generated emails from "Fantasy Cuties".) The best part about these investigations is the terms and conditions of the site, this is where the most incriminated evidence is.If you can't take the time to read what's directly in front of your eyes, who is to blame? The evidence you see below was taken directly from the home page of the site.When Milf tells you what they're going to use fake profiles but you still sign up and you still purchase a membership, who's the fool? Take a look at the evidence below circled in red, "it states by creating a profile I'm 18 years of age and agree to the terms and the use of "Fantasy Cuties" who may contact me for entertainment purposes". If you actually purchased a membership on this dating site then you better ask for a refund because you just got duped!If you take a look at the evidence below circled in red you will see a yellow circle with the letters "FC".This is the logo for "Fantasy Cuties" signifying that the particular profile you're looking at is fictitious.All brands quoted on the exclusive property of their owners.