Cost per Month: From $11.75 for 7 days to $117.50 for 6 months
Membership Types: Free and paid
Meet-a-cougar.com targets younger men looking to date older women. This isn’t strange in and of itself, as this category is very popular in dating generally. The site looks a bit dated, but that isn’t too weird either. What makes the site suspicious and prevents us from recommending it to our readers is the fact that the user base is comprised out of a huge number of fake profiles. Meet-a-cougar’s former users have complained about bad experiences regarding unending and pointless conversations. Additionally, the messages seem to be nonsensical and not connected to the profile, as women will write as men and vice versa. To sum it up: if you want to meet a more experienced lady or a younger man to talk to you should definitely keep searching for a real dating site.
The site advertises totally free registration, which is very common when it comes to fake dating sites. As you create your profile, you will be able to test out the site, because every new user gets 8 free messages. This is an interesting strategy, as the number of free messages is relatively high (certainly higher than on other sites), which allows users to get an initial understanding of the site. Still, it is not enough to see how the site works, as you will receive many messages from different accounts. The existence of a 7 day plan is another smart move, as the subscription will be automatically renewed if you don’t cancel it in time. In other words – a subscription trap is another danger to be aware of when it comes to Meet-a-cougar.
Explicit chat with operators is possible
Nice design of the site
Low quality of messages
Vast majority of profiles are fictitious
Sending unlimited messages
Creating a profile
Sending 8 free messages
Searching member profiles
7 days for $11.75
1 month for $40.35
3 months for $80.70
6 months for $117.50