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I was considering joining the site because I wanted to meet younger guys, and I really wanted to meet a guy and see what happens. For me it's not so much as getting laid as it is to meeting a quality person and see where it goes. Men my age are so boring and gross but (that's just my opinion till they're not fun) and I want to have fun with a guy and get to know him before anything sexual happens because I honestly don't get down like that. For a woman to have sex or get laid is easy but finding a quality person that is genuinely interested in in me is what I'm looking for, , I want to be equally interested in him, we will get to know each other and go from there and see what happens.
I decided to join cougar dating sites like CougarLife (great to meet serious guys) and Cougars69 (this one is more like a hook up site) long time ago. But for a woman, we have a lot of reluctance to meet a man in such a sketchy way.
In fact, the whole cougar dating thing is a little dodgy when you think about it. But realistically, if I was perfectly satisfied and happy with guys my age, I would not be doing this in the first place. Yes, I enjoyed flirting and dating with younger guys much more! And it was all about meeting up with someone who can satisfy my sexual desires. Younger guys, trust me ladies, can do that much better!
Jeez, I am not surprised this site does not work for some guys. This site will give you what you put in. And if you are expecting immediate results you should try a hooker instead! Also keep in mind that this is not a sex dating site! Don't mistake this site with Cougars69.com or some other "MILF hook up sites". Women on CL are (usually) seeking a serious relationship.
I've been on all major cougar dating sites (CL, Cougars69, JC) on and off for about 2 years now and I liked all of them but they are all different from each other! Know what you want!
Now the bad news: I believe that all of them place fake profiles. I guess that is part of the business. But once you use your common sense you should be fine!
Stop complaining! CL is a good site and it will give you what you put in. Period!
Been using cougarlife for well over a year now and Id say im quite a satisfied customer lo! Ive met several younger guys since Ive been using the site and usually have a couple of chats going at any given time. Ive always had a high sex drive and its not reduced at all with age, so after my second divorce (I know, I know) I gave this a shot and I feel like im in my early twenties again, the way that guys are interested in me, the way they look at me when I meet them and the way I feel when I bed them. Would also recommend justcougars.com as another option, its a newer site but free for women and maybe its cheaper for men to use or something because I was shocked by the amount of guys that were on the site in the SoCal area. Variety is the spice of life lol! Really enjoying flicking through the profiles on that site as its got a nice fresh feel to it. Anyway, hope that helps! Enjoy!
Marie, 43, Los Angeles
Joined up when I saw some ads on porn sites. Figured it was about time I went and met some older women in person instead of just looking at them on my ipad. The ads promised easy sex with cougars and all that stuff but its not like that. It takes more effort than I thought and ive not had any action yet. Must say I do like the idea of cougar dating sites as its not always easy to find cougars who like younger men so will probably keep going, but might switch to justcougars.com which is meant to be one of the best.
Im quite liking this site so far. Ive not decided if its great value for money but Ive certainly had some replies and am currently trying to set up a meeting with a woman who claims to be 51 but if she is then shes in bloody top form! Hoping that happens. Also been using justcougars.com for a while now in case anyone is thinking of trying that Id definitely recommend. Its quite different but probably just ahead in terms of amount of women that appear in my search results. Overall happy enough and will be even happier once this cub finds a few cougars to play with!
Originally joined cougar life for hook-ups but ended up meeting a couple of really nice older ladies and getting regular dates going. Definitely a good site. I also use Justcougars.com and had the same thing, actually recently met a woman on that site I REALLY like, shes ten years older than me and not exactly Courtney Cox but still, shes a great laugh and very well preserved (amazing body for her age) and so if things keep going there ill be leaving the cougar daring scene for good! Funny as when I started on these sites it was just about getting sex for me, but when you actually start meeting the women after a while, you realise a lot of them really are relationship material.
This site is fine if youre just wanting to chat to younger guys by text/ email and I imagine you can also meet guys for sex here pretty easily. But for me, im a 47 year old woman whos looking for more than that. I like that the option is there for sex but its a shame the guys dont really seem interested in more. The other site I use is justcougars.com and I just find that it has a better mixture, in my personal opinion, between guys looking for one night of passion and guys who are actually open to real dates. If you just want to hookup then go to one of these sex sites. Just because im classed as cougar doesnt mean ill jump into bed straight away I know some who do, but thats not my style.
TERRIBLE, DON'T EVEN TRY IT. All the women on there are selling webcam shows. If that's your preferred way to waste money, then go right ahead....thank goodness i didn't pay anything. I was and keep being bombarded by scamers like the already mentioned.
Like many other guys, I joined this site and paid for the initial trial membership, which gives you something like "six hours of first access to Cougars," or whatever; join and you'll see. I'm going to freely admit that I was alone and lonely and I gravitated to a "cougar" site because I'm in my 40's and the majority of dating sites, e.g., Match.com, Zoosk, etc., have young ladies who, let's be honest, gentlemen, want absolutely nothing to do with a guy my age. Anyway, I really took my time, thought hard about an interesting tag line; a well-written self-description and what I was looking for. I took it seriously because I'm serious about meeting someone. In less than 48 hours, I had (at last count) 302 messages from intensely beautiful goddesses, all wanting to meet and "let's see where this goes," or whatever. So, again, I put time and thought and effort into being the Most Interesting Man in the World and even willing to (nasty) drink freaking Dos Equis if absolutely necessary. Not once, after beginning the email correspondence stage of online courtship, did a single one fail to bring up the Dating ID bull$#*!. As another poor soul pointed out, these links all head directly to another shady dating site. "Where's the ID thing, [insert bot name]?" "Once you get approved I'll send you another link and we can really talk after I know you're not crazy. A girl's got to be safe." Another thing, guys, they all, ALL OF THEM, call you "baby." After I got wise and noticed the trend, I called one out and asked her why she wasn't using my first name. I had told her and she said she had forgotten and sorry. Also, I set up a special email address for just this online dating thing and included it in the first line of my profile. Nothing. No one, it seems, even reads your profile before you get a message. Also, I received three messages from three different usernames, each with the same photo -- within a couple hours. There's a place where it tells you how long ago any one member joined the site. Same picture, same bio, different username. If you do decide that you're willing to chance it, call them out IMMEDIATELY. Point out that online verification can be faked quite easily by using a stolen credit card and see what they do. If you hear back, you're the King of Virility and have fun. But, I doubt it will happen that way. Also, tell them to visit BeenVerified.com and check you out there. That's a legit background checks site and even offer to pay the $6 for the report, sent directly to their email address. It didn't work for me, but you may get lucky. Yeah,don't hold your breath because you'll die and the world will be less one thinking, functioning mind. If you're here, reading this, that means you are an intelligent, diligent individual and you're doing your research. Good on you. [UPDATE: 5/6/2016] I believe that this site is a sort of gateway to meet hookers. Yes, I said it, and, yes, I do mean it. If you go to your inbox on the site, you will likely see four or five (I found seven examples myself) messages from slightly different usernames. Example: Marg001; Margarette231: ImMarg902; and, etc. Anyway, seven different profiles; same photos of the same person; similar, scripted, cut-and-paste bio; SAME EMAIL ADDRESS included in the bio. Going further, I initiated email conversation with a COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PERSON, but my email provider (Yahoo!) put those emails into the same thread, which really threw me off. I think these women get a commission or something from other Cougar Life partner sites or something. It's like they create a new profile every few days, if not more. No, I do not belive Cougar Life is running a prostitution ring, but they absolutely are enabling it. So, I said, "hello [insert hooker name here]," and she picked up where we had left off a day before as if nothing was different. So very weird. Anyway, I included a nasty-gram to the site moderators or management or whoever, explaining why I wanted to delete my profile. It took a couple of days before the barrage of "such and such sent you a message on Cougar Life" stopped. Yes, I am pretty frustrated and quite pissed, which is why I just needed to figure this out. I'm voraciously inquisitive and when I find a problem, I go after it tenaciously until I have a satisfactory answer. Don't invest yourself too much in this site. You will soon be broke and still alone. Remember, normal people do not demand that someone be "verified." Guilty until proven innocent, I guess. That is not normal, gentlemen. Normal people meet in a public place, maybe with some friends, and sit and talk and eat and drink. Be unequivocal about not following any link. Ask for a URL, the name of the company; the company's phone number; the company's address. They won't know and they will tell you to f**! off. Also, look for the changes in grammar and punctuation and point that out. You will not hear back. I realize this is a long review, but, gentlemen, I've done the research, I've tested my hypothesis several different ways and I'm solidly confident that these women are neither who they claim to be, nor do they have any interest in you at all. They want your bank account. And, that's all they want. Just be safe with your money; DO NOT FOLLOW ANY LINK THEY EMAIL YOU; politely request information to make a rational, educated decision; ensure that you update and run Malwarebytes after visiting the Cougar Life site; and, finally, leave that credit card in your wallet. Fight that temptation and pretend you don't have one. Cheers!!
I have used CL for like two months. Right now, I share the same opinion as some other dudes. If you want to get laid right away use Cougars69.com! But I also believe that CL is fantastic to meet nice, educated and classy older women. So if you are looking for some quality relationship: Forget Cougars69.com and stick with CL. I know it is not easy and I know some people complain about fake profiles and stuff like that. But with a little patience you can meet nice iolder women. Right now I have chated and talked on the phone with two lovely ladies.
Again: Not the place to find a quick s#$ date, but a place to find classy women!
Do not pay for this site it is a scam you pay $50 for the initial subscription. they make fake profiles and send you of messages when u reply to these messages (from fake profiles) you use "credits" which you only have a limited amount of. Well when those "credits" are all used up you can't message anyone untill you purchase more credits. Every womens profile says the same bio! Everyone who payed like me dispute the charge with apple and let people know its a scam! Its robbery without a gun
As a divorced mother I travel between London, where I live and work, and Bangor, where my son stays with his Dad. When Im staying in Bangor the options on CougarLife are very limited. However, when I search in London there are a real abundance of really attractive young men to browse. Personally I like the site and if it had the member-base that other good cougar sites have, such as JustCougars.com, then I think Id probably use it a lot more. But the fact that there is such a difference depending on the city you are in really puts me off extending my membership, as I may have to relocate to Wakefield due to work and I expect there will again be a difference in the number of matches I get shown there. In short, if youre in a major UK city, definitely give it a try. If not, there may be better options.
I tested it, you should too, if you don't believe me.
Create 2 new emails, one for male account and one for female.
Create male profile first and upload 1 male pic from the web. now do the same for the female account and upload random female pic from the web.
With the female account search for the age bracket that your male account is: e.g 21-21, also tick in the advanced search box newly created accounts only (or whatever it says there).
You will see that your account isn't even there (its not a lag issue, your account wouldn't be there if you searched a week later). Point is - they hide your account to suck you into paying.
So how do you receive msgs from all the women if they cant see you?
First, the site creates its own fake profiles for "market research" (someone in the other post mentioned it, and its in the ToS), and that's where some of the msgs are from,
log off your female account and log in with your male one. You will see that one of the profiles that sent you mail was the female account You created. So every time a spammer/"market researcher" creates a new account, you get Auto Msg from the new profile sent to you. its not a real person actually msging you because they're interested, its all automatic, to suck you into payment.
Their excuse would be is that its an "automatic introduction" to help advertise a female account to users, (btw, its a cougar site, shouldn't it be the other way around? females pay and guys don't? lol), that's all bull$#*!, semantics.
Now leave the account for a couple of days and come back. when you open the male account msgs folder, you will see that 2-3 profiles use the same picture, AND, its always pretty girl pictures. All of those profiles that have email in the intro are SCAMS, PERIOD. The other profiles that have Skype are either freelancing web strippers or SCAMMERS. the ones that dont have any email in the profile are most likely "MARKET RESEARCH", the rest 10% are real females.
You have been warned.
Don't be a F**KEN idiot and use Tinder, its the best available atm and its free if its not Tinder Plus.
Ive not been all that impressed with this site so far. Im 45 and would like to think im in pretty good condition, so im quite surprised that meeting interesting guys and not just complete pervs is turning out to be a bit of a challenge since im one of the sought after cougars on this site. If youre just looking to meet a younger guy for sex and dont really care about his personality then this site will do that fine, but if you actually want to meet some intelligent and funny guys, id recommend one of the others like justcougars.com.
I found CougarLife.com to be a good site and in my opinion, beside Cougars69.com, you will hardly find a comparable and for sure not a better site to meet older women! Like every dating site you will find scam artists. So how not to get scammed? Use your common sense! Yes, that simple!
It seems like cougars using this site are searching for a long term relationship. Unlike on Cougars69 you will most likely not find a fast and easy hook up. Nothing wrong with that, just saying. If you want a serious relationship with an older woman it may be the best site to use. But I was searching for some casual action and obviously other sites are way better to find "naughty cougars".
I am not saying its 100% bull$#*! cuz I still got 3 months to go but its def 90% bull$#*!.I sign up for 3 month membership recently and as soon as im in I get a lot of girls flirting and contacting me so im like nice, prob because this is my first time signing up for a online dating site ever, just looking for something a lil dif, a lil kinky. They message you via email and trust me its a scam. Its not even random im on my 13th girl chat in a row and they all eventually follow the same pattern of wanting your credit card info for cam sites or this Id Verification bull$#*!, which from what I gather is just making you sign up for a whole different dating site. I mean there not even clever with it, im contacting young, older, different ethnicity and they all say the same things, I mean down to the letter like there is this one lady writing everyone and she ran out of diversity so she recycles the same lines, its kinda funny and sad when I think about the money part. I mean there was a commercial on tv, so doesn't that mean that there was approval or testing of some sort to see if it is legit and works before airing it out, thats what my dumb ass thought and so far not good. Im playing with these chick on the emails calling them out, sense of humor goes out the window and they start sounding like robots. Gonna call to complain tomorrow but Im pretty sure I will just be talking to another robot. But again thats so far, although I do not have high hopes of improvement I will be writing an update review if things kinda change
Having enjoyed dating a number of older women (up to 16 years older than myself) for a couple of years, I thought that I would give the much-hyped Cougar Life (CL for short) a whirl. Silly me.
I discovered several things after inadvisedly signing up to CL for a year:
1 - there are not many "real" women (i.e. non-scammers) on the site;
2 - most of the real women do not log in more than once per week;
3 - 90% of the women who log on at all live in London. There are about twenty listed as living in my city but in 12 months only one of them logged on once! I logged on almost every day;
4 - around 50% of the women using the site are married and looking for affairs with younger men;
5 - a lot of the women (presumably mostly the married ones) are also to be found on Ashley Madison, often with the same profile name;
6 - the single women are almost all divorced or separated;
7 - guys will have most success if they are aged 18-29 as this is the demographic that the women (typically aged 35+) seem to be mainly seeking.
Of the single women using the site, many of them seem to be searching for a "life partner" or a long-term, serious relationship with a man who is 20 years their junior. No offence ladies, but if you are in your mid 50s and don't take care of yourself then you aren't even going to get a date, let alone a serious relationship. Few men are going to want a long-term relationship with someone who might be older than their mother, and even fewer are going to seriously consider spending the rest of their life with one, unless she is very, very rich. Age-gap dating of this sort is mainly about fantasy and lust. That said, I have dated an older woman (16 years older) who had had "work" done (boob job - they were enormous! and liposuction) and she did look (and feel) fantastic, although seeing her for a year was enough for me as she started to get a bit demanding. I didn't meet her on CL.
The women who achieve more success are the ones looking for one-night fun or casual relationships. I have chatted with a couple of women who have used the site for years and have each met hundreds of younger guys for casual sex. One lady met at least one guy per week and had been using the site for a several years, having lots of fun. Both of these women were in their 40s and liked to meet guys aged 18-late 20s.
Essentially if you are a youngish guy (18-29, but 30-39 if you like women in their 50s+), take care of yourself (i.e. you exercise, moisturise, don't smoke and aren't fat), know how to talk to women (they are just like us really, but they smell better and look prettier), live in a major city or are prepared to travel to one and aren't too fussy then you will certainly manage to meet at least one woman for a date or more. Everyone else doesn't really stand a chance so save your money :(
Signed up to two cougar sites last month to improve my odds, cougar life and justcougars.com. My plan was to quit which ever one was proving to be less successful but they're both petty damn good in different ways. Cougar life seems better known and I've had some hot chats with older women on it. But I can't rule out justcougars because I actually had a proper date through that site. So it seems ill be paying double for another month at least!
I'm a younger guy who has a strong interest in older women, so I bought into the hype and (very foolishly) paid for this site's services on not one, but TWO separate occasions. Both of my 3-month runs of CougarLife were frustrating on many levels.
I'll begin with the worst: the "credit" system. Upon paying CougarLife's crazy membership prices, you're given a certain amount of credits that you use to send first messages. This means that as soon as you sign up, you're already restricted in the number of people you can contact. Once you're out of credits, you can't send icebreakers, meaning you must spend MORE money to get more credits. Adding "gifts" to messages (meaningless pictures of shoes, flowers, etc.) usually costs more than the message itself, and it didn't seem to increase response rates in my experience. The only woman I successfully met with told me that she didn't have to pay a cent to use the site - that men are the ones paying for everything, which I consider sexist and unfair.
Fake profiles are abundant, especially with 20-somethings that are either scams or cam girls (strange that they are allowed on a dating site explicitly intended for younger men and older women). My inbox is full of the "flirts" that these profiles send every day, and they just keep coming. In addition, the site fails to say when people who logged in longer than one week ago were last on - you could waste precious credits on accounts that may or may not be active and never know.
CougarLife didn't let me delete my account when I asked for it, too. I first had to cancel my subscription, but when I clicked "cancel subscription", it refused to do it and told me that it will renew as scheduled! That is pathetic, and indicative of a very poorly-run site. Canceling a subscription means calling them or sending them an email, as though that was too hard for users to do.
There ARE real older women, and they are fairly obvious to distinguish from fakes, but they can be difficult to reach or speak to, depending on what it is you're looking for. Most seemed to want real relationships versus a one-night stand, so fair warning to men who want a fling and not much else. Guys who are either teenagers or in their younger 20's don't seem to be what many women on CougarLife are looking for, so that was difficult for me, a 23-year old who wanted casual encounters.
Overall, the site is poorly run, is full of scammers, has a horrible messaging system, and is overpriced. And the worst part is: it's the only semi-legitimate dating website for cougars and cubs that I have seen so far. The rest are even worse, if that can be believed, so this is what you're stuck with if you don't want to use a conventional dating site (eHarmony, OKCupid, etc.). Avoid this site at all costs. If you really want to use it, be prepared for the worst.
Tip for consumers: If you're looking for an older woman to hook up with, try AdultFriendFinder.
If you're looking for dating or a serious relationship, you'll have more success here, but try one of the mainstream dating sites first, like OKCupid.
As a forty year old woman, Im very much in the cougar bracket so figure I should be able to add my two cents on CougarLife. This is the first specific site ive tried, aside from the more general ones like OK Cupid and eHarmony. Much prefer this as I dont have to deal with loads of messages from older men trying to get me to meet them and also dont have to spend time trying to contact guys I fancy and not get a reply due to my age. I like younger guys, have done for years, so joining a site that lets them come to me is exactly what I need. Not had any dates yet but definitely think it will happen soon. If not ill try one of the others (Ive read a lot of good things about JustCougars so thats next on the list). But for the moment im just happy that these options are out there to help us hot cougars!
That's what happens when you join any site like this. Nobody ever claims ownership of them. That's because they're all run by the same scam artists, and they're all after the same thing. That's right. Your credit card information. Once your trial membership times out, they'll auto upgrade you to a full paid account without you knowing it, and grab your ankles for what's next. Then they'll start charging your credit card for other scam sites. Because I failed to read these negative reviews, they were charging me for 3 different sites before I could stop them. By the time I realized that all these pictures and profiles couldn't possibly be real, I was robbed for over 150$! Had to cancel my credit card and close my checking account to get rid of these clowns. The first clue that something was wrong, was my email inbox. 23 seconds after I registered, for the trial membership, spam emails started coming in from all directions of the wind, from women looking to connect. 23 seconds! My toilet doesn't flush that fast! Within the hour, there were 51 spam emails from women who had seen my profile and thought I looked nice, but guess what? I hadn't even posted anything yet. I learned too late that they use fake profiles and pictures, photoshopped or stolen from Facebook, Tumbler, or porn websites. Then they'll have jokers from the site contacting you with fake messages. Most of the messages come from towns that don't exist. If they do, the names are spelled wrong or there can't possibly be that many people signed up. One of the messages came from someone using the name of a town that was destroyed by a coal mine fire in the 1980's! Another one, supposedly from Ventura Beach, California, had the Eiffel tower in the picture! If you're not an idiot, they think you're one. In many of the messages, they'll say" good morning" at 9pm, which means that the message is fake and being sent from a different country or time zone. Most of these sites have offshore or overseas addresses such as Malta, Antigua, Cyprus, Antilles, London, Nigeria. That's where your credit card information is going when you register. Good luck with that. By not claiming ownership, they can control the site domain to allow fake positive reviews to get posted by scammers working for them, because it helps pull in suckers like me. Not too many people, on the other hand would admit to being robbed by one of these sites if they weren't. Once they have your money, all the messages stop. They make recurring charges to your credit card and if you don't know it, they can add up fast. Their customer service is a waste of time, and have a nice day trying to get a refund from them because they'll take the scenic route to giving your money back if you get anything at all. Guard yourself against scams like this because they're out there everywhere and this one's no exception. For your own safety, it's best to avoid being a victim to these thieves because the Cougar Life you're looking for is more like a slow death to your wallet.
Very disappointing. Automatic messages are sent in your name to others (they use your profile to send automatic messages to others). Lots of fake profiles send you flirts and automatic messages. All just to keep you " hooked up" with the waste of time you are also paying for. They charge for message you write... it's pretty awful. Ahh and the cancellation of the subscription is not easy at all. tried today and couldn't cancel. hopefully tomorrow.
I don't give a damns what y'all say: CL rocks! Other sites don't come close. Only great alternative I see is Cougars69.com but it will only hook you up with cougars looking for no strings attached dating. If you want a serious relationship CL is the site to use!!
I like cougarlife but I do get approached by non cougars and find them in my search results as well. Its not like JustCougars.com where you only have MILFs or cougars to choose from. Still worth a shot but like all these sites it depends on how many women are in your local area - that's the key.
As a forty year old woman, Im very much in the cougar bracket so figure I should be able to add my two cents on CougarLife. This is the first specific site ive tried, aside from the more general ones like OK Cupid and eHarmony. Much prefer this as I dont have to deal with loads of messages from older men trying to get me to meet them and also dont have to spend time trying to contact guys I fancy and not get a reply due to my age. I like younger guys, have done for years, so joining a site that lets them come to me is exactly what I need. Not had any dates yet but definitely think it will happen soon. If not ill try one of the others (Ive read a lot of good things about JustCougars.com so thats next on the list). But for the moment im just happy that these options are out there to help us hot cougars!
I have used CL and I think it is pretty expensive, especially compared to other cougar dating sites like Cougars69.com. But as a matter of facts it is a well established site with many members.
I understand that many guys were not lucky on CL. Men outnumber women, that's a fact. But with a solid strategy it works pretty well.
I have stopped using CL because I was more lucky on a different cougar dating site but generally speaking I guess I can sure recommend it.
Unfortunately being in my 40's and thinking it would be fun to find some younger guys to play with was a total let down and disappointment. Most of the time I got hit up with men that started off in their first message as nice and respectful but by the second message it was filth and disgusting talk about kinky/anal sex and all of the things they want to do to me blah blah blah and the nano second they found out they weren't going to screw you that very day or night they disappeared. I'm sure there are some nice, respectable men on the site but they obviously aren't located in my neck of the woods. If I could give this site a negative 10 stars I would and the fact that I have to assign it a star is giving it more than it deserves.
Indianapolis review: the sites affordable price was appealing and as a non paying member looked promising for real ladies my age looking for NSA. Once I paid my membership fee, I was rather disappointed.
Mobile Interface: while the site allows you to drill down well within its advanced search, the search results do not match the criteria you select, for example I prefer women 33-51 years of age, it ignores your prerequisites and lists 18-32 year olds anyway. This is true with all options you select. In addition, and a HUGE negative, it does not list the last visit of the ladies so there is not a way of knowing if I'm emailing an active member. The mobile version does NOT allow me to share my private photos with ladies unless they request them. Overall the site is slow to load profiles. Last but not least, there is not a way to switch to the desktop version from your smart phone to unlock the mobiles limited features.
The members: I have yet to use the online search within 50 miles of Indianapolis where a lady has actually been online. I've tested the number of profiles containing personal gmail email addresses listed within headlines or the body of profile bios; they all lead you to the secure background check dating site scams.
Flirts and scams: When you become a paid member expect 20 or so flirts a day from inactive profiles or that lead you to site generated profiles that are not real. If you read the terms and conditions, the site clearly states that all profiles and use of the site are for entertainment purposes and that there is no guarantee a date will be accomplished. So you really can't report this site as a scam, but an unethically and misrepresented dating site that in reality is worth no more than searching google images for sexy, clothed, milfs.
"Real Indiana profiles," are like any other reality hook up and cheating site: overweight (to Indiana standards) desperate trailer park or west side trash.
I've tried AFF, Ashley Madison, the former hookup.com, and many others. They all suck. If you're married and want a hookup with an attractive lady, plan to pay for an arrangement within the sugar daddy sites as those sites are the only options I've found that offer discretion and beauty. Single? Hit up POF, Tinder, and OKCupid, they are really your best options.
D- instead of an F grade as I was the one stupid enough to believe that any sane woman would want to be called a "cougar" to begin with.
CougarLife always comes up first when you search for cougar dating sites, so its no surprise that its one of the best for meeting MILFs and cougars. After a mate told me about the site he uses (JustCougars.com) I figured Id try cougar dating for myself. Not sure how these compare as ive never tried JustCougars.com but from what he says they sound very similar (although his better shag ratio is probably due to the fact hes been using these kinda sites for longer than me and not necessarily because Cougarlife is a worse site than JC). I really like CougarLife though, sleek and simple to use with a decent selection of women in their 40s and even older, if thats your thing. Id guess the number is cougars to younger guys is quite similar, whereas if you join a normal online dating site theres bound to be a lot more men than ladies. Not found Courtney Cox yet mind you, but then I suppose you cant have everything in life!! 8/10
CougarLife is has by FAR more members than ANY other cougar dating site. They are a creative company and basically "invented" cougar dating. I see no reason why all those people are complaining about it?! I agree, it may be more expensive than other cougar dating sites like Cougars69, but you will find MANY cougars from all over the world.
Once you browse the internet and try to find a way to meet older women you stumble upon many so called "MILF and Cougar Dating Sites" but most of them are not worth your time. I am glad you can still find reliable cougar sites like Cougars69 and CL to get in touch with mature women. As I have seen on many independent dating review sites those two sites are 100% legit and trustworthy.
I have used CL in the past and I did not regret it at all. Yes, once you need to save some bucks you may want to join other sites but do not fall for any fake websites which are only populated with fake profiles.
I am not saying that you won't find any fake profiles on CL, or even on Cougars69. Yes, I am very sure that you will. But on the other hand you sure will find plenty of real profiles as well and, with a little time and patience, you will go on dates with real cougars.
Cougar Life is one of the best cougar dating site around. Lots of members, great customer support.
There are other legitimate dating sites out there where you can find attractive older women to date if CL is too expensive for you. Justcougars.com did a very good job for me previously.
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