Why GleeDen.com Is Just A Scam | Affair Dating Review

Why GleeDen.com Is Just A Scam | Affair Dating Review

Reasons Why GleeDen.com Is A Total Fake

As far as scam sites go, GleeDen.com is pretty impressive. They make their ads really appealing, but once they have your credit card info, they stop caring. It’s extremely obvious once you start to notice it, but unfortunately, it took me about 3 months to fully recognize that I was indeed being scammed by the dating affair site. I’m not proud of how long it took me to realize that – I’m normally much smarter than that.

Joining The Affair Dating Site

It was easy to join, and I was excited at the idea of adding some new passion to my increasingly dull life. My wife had long since stopped having any interest in sex with me, so I decided it was time to find it somewhere else. I figured that online dating would be a good, discreet place to do that. In theory, I think I was right – some of my buddies who are having affairs used affair dating sites too, and had some success at it. I should have asked them which ones they used, but I decided to go with the one with the flashy ads. Wrong move.



I actually thought that I might meet someone a few times in the 3 months that I used GleeDen.com. It was like every month, when the people at the site thought members might start to lose interest in their lack of results, they decided to make an effort of some sort. This is when the fake profiles come out in full force. I had 3 promising exchanges, roughly on every month, each of which resulted in absolutely nothing.

  • 432 messages sent
  • 278 replies
  • 3 promising chats
  • 0 dates
  • 0 affairs


I can’t possibly list every single thing that I hated about GleeDen.com, but I can list the ones that pissed me off the most.

  • Staff-Manned Profiles: I swear that they had a rotating staff of people to man profiles of women on their site, to reel in guys like me. This was the one thing that made me think I might actually meet someone, and every time they had me thinking that, the woman would stop responding. They must have moved on to a new profile and a new sap.
  • Poor Design: The site design sucks. The member areas look almost unfinished, and most of the links don’t even work. 90% of GleeDen’s revenue must go to advertising, because it definitely isn’t going toward work on the he site itself.
  • Lack Of Features: Every online dating site that I’ve ever heard of has had some kind of feature of their members. Anything like video chats or automatic matches, that kind of thing. GleeDen has none of those. They so blatantly do not care about their members’ experience or success on the site that it’s insulting. They just want the membership fees, and once they have them, it’s like “screw you!” to the members.

In Conclusion

Listen to me carefully – if you know someone who’s having a successful affair, ask them which site they’re using. At the very least, read affair dating site reviews before committing to a site. Don’t do what I did and go by advertising. Choosing an affair dating site by the way it looks is an extremely stupid way to do things, and I clearly know what I’m talking about here. Avoid GleeDen.com at all costs if you truly want to meet someone and have an affair, because you won’t get anything from them. They aren’t even a real affair dating site, they’re a poorly executed excuse for a scam site. I’m ashamed to admit that I fell for it, but hey, I figure if I can help someone else avoid the shit that I just went through, something good can come out of it.

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