We’ve spent the last few months trying out and putting together this review of UberHorny. We spend a lot of time these days trying out all the new dating and hookup sites and putting together these reviews for good reason. It’s not just because people are searching for them, it’s because most dating sites out there are rip offs.
Of all the hookup sites I’ve reviewed over the past 12 months or so, I can count on one hand how many were legit. Of those, only one or two proved to be worth the money.
Now, let’s talk about what I found while setting up for this UberHorny dating site review.
Before I go any further, let’s take a look at this site compared to AFF as a good baseline. From my experience, AFF is one of the best hookup sites out there. It’s legit, reliable and full of real people. Let’s see how UberHorny.com stacks up:
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The more of these sites I review, the more familiar I get with the common low-quality site templates. More often than not these days, I can spot a dodgy site the moment I log in and see the layout.
In the case of this UberHorny dating site review, that’s exactly what happened. It’s a direct replica of HornyMatches and no doubt a host of other low-quality sites that I have yet to check out.
As you can see here, the layout is the same, the site name is similar too. As you’ll see below, the tactics they use were basically identical which came as no surprise. Red flags were popping up from the moment I had an account.
Reading all of this in the terms of the site wasn’t a great start. Still, I’ve made wrong assumptions about dating sites before so I pressed on. I created the blank profile as usual and was amazed to find that I didn’t have any inbox spam. Sadly, within about 20 minutes I started to receive some messages but hey, credit where it’s due, right?
Sadly, I can’t even read the message:
This is something I saw on HornyMatches as well and it’s a claim I can’t seem to validate. They don’t say what year they allegedly won this award. Searching for proof of this win doesn’t turn up any evidence at all.
Near as I can tell, this is a false claim. Considering how obviously fake this “dating” site is, I can’t see AVN (Adult Video News) giving them a damn thing. The AVN awards are no joke but this site certainly is.
Plain and simple, this site isn’t one you should be trusting with your credit card info. The profiles are very likely fake, the conversations make no sense and everything is designed to get you to pay for a membership.
Instead, you should use something more reputable like AFF. They have over 60 million real users and have a solid reputation as a legitimate site to find hookups. If you want to explore other options as well, we covered the best dating apps and websites of the year in a separate article.
Whichever way you go, don’t waste your time on sites like UberHorny.com. By all means though, pay attention to reviews like this one so you’re better educated on what a bad dating site looks like.
I’ll be covering that in more detail below.
Based off our recommendation, you can already tell that this site doesn’t have a lot going for it. But with that said, it isn’t all bad.
Having done so many of these reviews, I’ve learned to read through the boring legal ramblings before signing up. I can often get a good idea of what to expect just based on what they set out here, expecting nobody to read it.
In the case of UberHorny.com, I found a few gems that really set the tone for everything else. Here’s what I found:
Honestly, at first, it seemed like maybe we were onto a winner here. They specifically set out, in bold, that they don’t create any profiles on the site. Based on my experience, this seems to be a bold lie rather than a bolded statement. More about that later.
You can see the long-winded legal jargon below but ultimately, it boils down to this. By creating a profile and uploading photos you’re giving them the right to use them for marketing purposes.
This use is royalty-free and they can use your material to promote UberHorny and “… all other websites which share a common database…” with it. If you don’t want to risk becoming the face of UberHorny, HornyMatches and who knows what else, walk away. Definitely don’t upload any photos!
That’s right, whether you like it or not, by creating an UberHorny profile, you’re going to show up on other sites. It doesn’t specify which other sites exactly, just that “… your profile will be shared with other dating and “hook-up” websites…”.
I assure you this isn’t a tactic legitimate dating sites use. Generally, the reason they do this is because they’re part of an affiliate network. They get paid by the network based on the number of profiles and/or paid sign-ups they get.
That means if they reserve the right to duplicate your info across 10 sites, they get 10 times the income. I have no way to verify that’s exactly what’s happening here but that’s usually why this happens.
As you’ll also see in the last screenshot above, they also reserve the right to use your videos. If you upload anything to the site, they can add their own watermark (UberHorny or any of their other fake sites) and use that clip. Also royalty-free.
If you choose to use the site and try a paid membership, there may be a chance you can get your money back. I wouldn’t count on them honoring this but it is in their Terms. You can see the actual text below but essentially this line is the most important part:
“If the sole reason you upgrade your membership is to correspond with one specific member and such member does not respond to your correspondence, you may request a full refund within ten (10) days…”
In short, if a pop-up message from a possibly fake user fools you into paying for a membership, you can get a refund within 10 days.
As you can see from the screenshot below, there’s a lot going on here. Images, boxes, notifications and menus all over the place — it’s hard to know where to look! Once you’ve spent some time there it becomes a little more tolerable. That said, it’s not the type of website you want to be subjecting yourself to for that long!
To me, it feels like it’s probably a site they set up back in 2005 and have just added things to since then. Because it’s not an actual dating site, they most likely run with the good old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” idea.
Not a whole lot, really. When we initially reviewed HornyMatches, they’d let you attempt conversations with their “members.” Those attempts were a bit of a joke. In this case, they lock those failed conversations behind a paywall. Now, you need to pay before you can do anything. You can’t even open a user’s profile without a paid account!
What you can do though is look around the site and search for members nearby. When using the ‘Search’ function you can select a number of parameters to search by. The usual elements like age, gender, location, etc. You’ll see a grid of users like in the screenshot below but you can’t interact with them in any way.
Essentially, as a free user it’s a case of “look but don’t touch.” I suppose the more you can touch, the easier it is to see that this site doesn’t work, right?
Real dating websites earn their money through ongoing subscriptions. They don’t need to collect advertising revenue by placing ads for other websites on their own.
So, another common red flag that a dating site is fake or at least low quality is exactly this — ads to other websites. In the case of UberHorny (and, unsurprisingly, HornyMatches), you’re going to find CamSoda ads. Very subtle ones promising free tokens when you sign up.
If you choose to sign up for a paid account on UberHorny.com you have a few options available.
Since you can’t really do anything on the site, you have no choice but to choose a paid membership. If you insist on trying it yourself, at least you know you can do so for $1.14.
Finally, let’s run through some of the most frequently asked questions to wrap up this UberHorny review.
Uber Horny is a terrible dating website. While it claims to be a legit site aimed at facilitating hookups, I’m yet to see any evidence that it’s a legit site. A direct replica of the equally questionable HornyMatches, I’d suggest looking elsewhere for online dating.
Uber Horny is owned by Global Personals, LLC. They also run several dating sites.
You can contact UberHorny via email at [email protected]
Yes, UberHorny is a real site, but it’s not a dating site you’ll want to use if you want to meet anyone worthwhile.
No. Uber Horny is a replica of another low-quality dating website, HornyMatches.com. You won’t find real users on this site to interact with.
UberHorny is pretty sketchy. Way too many profiles look incredibly fake. So even if the site itself might be legit, its users sure don’t.
No. We don’t think UberHorny.com is safe to use at all.
Since you aren’t going to meet real women on this site, you’ll need to look elsewhere. Take a look at our review of the best hookup apps and websites for some quality alternatives.
UberHorny lets you create a free account. With this account, you’re free to search for other users and check out their profiles. But if you want to read the messages you receive or reply to them, you need a paid account.
No, UberHorny doesn’t have an app.
Uber Horny offers several pricing options for their paid membership. If you want to try it for yourself this can be done for as little as $1.14 for their two-day trial:
In short, you can’t. If you’re fine with just browsing, you can use UberHorny for free. But contacting anyone requires a paid account.
No. You need to pay for a membership to send messages on UberHorny.com.
Cancelling your paid membership with UberHorny is very simple:
The steps to deactivate your UberHorny account are very similar: