Does Fling Really Work?

Does Fling Really Work?
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Does Fling work?Fling ( bills itself as the world’s best adult adult personals, but they’ve got to prove that they’re better than competing sites such as Ashley Madison, and Adult Friend Finder. The rise in popularity of these types of websites says something about the state of society’s view of traditional relationships, but can a site like this really work?

It’s only fitting that adult-themed sites like these exist because there’s a large gap between a long-term relationship like the users of eHarmony are looking for, and the no-strings-attached hook-ups that sites like these purport to facilitate. The other thing that needs to be in place is a large user base. There needs to be enough users of both genders each looking for what they’re interested in for it to work. That’s why the big sites have so much success, there’s a large number of people using them due to the national ad campaigns in place.

The Claim
Fling claims that you can use their site to find other like-minded adults that don’t want a serious relationship, and just want to have a fun or light-hearted sexual encounter. They even go so far as to guarantee it, which we explore further down below. The big draw is that everyone that signs up, if their being honest about what they want, is looking for the same thing. If you really do want just the physical without all of the romance, or just the passion without all of the commitment, this should be the environment to find it.

The Hype
The hype is that a large majority of people will sign up in the hopes of getting an easy hook-up, but in reality they may never actually go through with it, or there might not be anyone there that interests them or is close enough to have something happen in real life. What they’re selling here is the idea of getting sex with minimal investment in time and effort, and that will cause people to want to sign up just to see if it might work.

The Cost
Signing up for basic membership is free, but just like with all of the social networking sites out there, the site builds value by getting members to sign up. They also have it set up so that you can upgrade your membership to unlock additional features. For example, their next level up is $25 a month if you pay monthly, and the one up from that is $35 a month if you pay monthly. They have discounts if you buy multiple months at one time.

The Guarantee
They have what they’ve termed the Get Laid Guarantee, and they say that you will have sex using their service or you don’t have to pay for your membership. It’s not a money-back guarantee, but a way of doubling your initial membership fees if things don’t work out for you. If you stay on for three months in a row and don’t manage to line up a sexual encounter during this time, they’ll comp you an additional three months to give you better odds. All they require is that you have a picture of yourself on your profile, and that you send out or respond to 5 messages a week.

Fling makes a pretty strong case for itself, and they seem pretty confident that the average person would be able to find a sex partner and be happy enough to stay on with a monthly membership in order to keep their love life going strong. After signing up for it, we were impressed with the seemingly large number of options that were available in our area. After reviewing several dating sites this one seemed to be on par with some of the big boys, and most of the users seemed genuine, and not that they were just stringing you along.

The free membership provides enough features so that you can get a good enough feel for it to see if you want to put down some money and give it a full trial. When you consider the price of drinks at a bar, or dinners at a restaurant to do the traditional pick up or dating scenes, it only makes sense to put some money down to possibly circumvent all of that.

Final Fling Review is getting our Solid Try rating. It’s been shown to work for some, but not so much for others. What’s interesting to note is that the people it does work for don’t really have a pressing reason to come out and tell people about it. But those that didn’t have luck with it are more likely to voice their dissatisfaction. Of course it’s going to depend a lot on the individual but at least you’re barking up the right tree and are at a site where people aren’t looking to get married or be boyfriend or girlfriend.

Our Recommendation
Even though their the first site we’ve seen that guarantees you’ll get laid, they also stipulate that you’re going to have to show that you’re putting forth a modest effort. If you’re waiting for something to fall in your lap you might be waiting a long time. If the desire is strong enough you’ll find a way to make it happen, and this site could be a way to streamline the process, but you’ll still have to be involved and make a convincing argument as to why you should be the one they sleep with rather than someone else.

What do you think? Does Fling work or not?


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Henry69 February 19, 2013 at 7:10 am

It’s really funny how people tend to feel so free to discuss about their sexuality when they join websites like fling. Some of the most unlikely people are the most sexually active and daring people and you’d never guess in real life that these people would join websites like fling. I’m one of them and people think that I’m the nicest guy in the world, but I’m also one of the nastiest guys on bed. i like a woman without commitments and one that likes to try out different things and the easiest way to find them are websites like fling. Let’s see if they can deliver on their promise.


DaveL60 October 27, 2015 at 10:22 pm

Out of all the adult websites out there that “promise” you that you can “hook up” and get laid, fling is the only one I’ve had success with in the past. Even though I had 2-3 sexual encounters through the site that’s a better record than some of the others. The women on fling seem to be more genuine and more real than some other sites. I’ve been on another site since July and have yet to “hook up” with someone. A lot of teasing and empty promises. The girls on fling may tease and promise but they eventually come through. For my money fling is worth every penny!


Chris May 9, 2017 at 3:51 am

I have been on fling for about a year now. All in all it is ok but it is filled with a lot of scam profiles that try to get you to sign up for a “hookup pass” witch just signs you up for different cam websites, but other than that I have hooked up with 2 sexy little freaks in the year I have been on fling but for real hookups and meeting adult Friend finder is better


Omar October 6, 2017 at 8:03 am

How do u reply back I bought 3 months but every time I want to reply it sends me to their premium packages


Rhys Jaggar October 23, 2017 at 4:10 pm

Why can you not share email address if they are so keen for you to actually meet someone?

The site has hookers, those trying to make you sign up to other fee-paying sites, it has loads of ‘profiles’ of ‘students’ who are online at fling literally 24/7, saying they are either hots or run by typists.

You cannot block people who are timewasters (people from Scotland, Northern Ireland claiming they want meet you, in London, today).

The only people who go offline with you are hookers/camgirls.

The site should be requiring proof by three mechanisms:
1. ID confirmation.
2. Confirmation that IP address matches stated location.
3. Blocking all security service trolls from logging in.


RandomGuyinDC October 26, 2017 at 8:37 pm

Well. I have never used one but if sites like e-harmony or can get 100,000 of scammers then I’m won’t be surprised if over 60% of members on fling are scammers. Mostly the girls.

I remember I have met and slept with nice and pretty girl using tagged years back. Now, that one as well is full of ghetto/uneducated/jobless women.

I might try this one and see


D November 5, 2017 at 12:52 pm

That was a lamest review I’ve ever read. It wasn’t clear that any of you actually used the site!


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