Some may contain programs that record your details.
We went undercover disguised as a member of Shag uk to do an in-depth investigation of how the site operates.
Obviously we don't condone this activity but it's easy to understand what the goal here is.
(Screenshot of stolen photo used to build a sham profile page on Shag City.) Just like the 108 emails that we received this faux dating website also uses something called "Flirts" to manipulate you and trick you.
It's very cold and calculated method to make money.
The bogus profile page uses the pictures of the women along with fake personal information and then they upload it to their own website.
They rinse and repeat this system creating hundreds of phony profiles that you view when you log onto their website.
Behind the emails are computer software programs that are disguised to look like real members of the site.
This little trick makes it look like real people are interested in you.
The reason and purpose behind bombarding us with over a hundred emails is to entice us so we will want to upgrade and buy a paid membership to the site.