Really Useful Cash Launches FakeCop.com
PRAGUE/LONDON — Really Useful Ltd., the media production company behind several amateur-reality and erotic brands from its network sites, has announced the launch of FakeCop.com.
Really Useful Cash has launched established sites such as FakeTaxi.com, PublicAgent.com and FakeAgent.com that are part of the all-encompassing FakeHub.com as well as their line of erotic brands such as MassageRooms.com and Lesbea.com under SexyHub.com.
Since 2011 Really Useful Cash has carved out a name for itself among reality-porn fans with these popular sites.
“It started with FakeAgent where we worked on striking the right balance between being provocative but also making fun and friendly sex scenes, while maintaining an air of realism,” said Lew Thomas, head of production at Really Useful Ltd.
“Each of our Fake-series brands has been a huge success for us, the most recent was FakeHospital.com which launched in February 2014, and since then members have been asking for another new line in the series. FakeCop is one we've been developing since mid-2014 and was an idea we've had since we first created FakeTaxi, so hopefully it will click with the fans in the same way FakeTaxi did."
FakeCop.com is a tongue-in-cheek new brand playing with reality TV conventions, capitalizing on the success of FakeTaxi which is shot in the U.K. and filmed entirely in a London black cab.
This time there is a fake cop, armed with multiple hidden cameras on his uniform and in his "un-marked police car" as he prowls the streets of London day and night. The action takes place in a variety of locations and it's all made to look very real, which seems to be part of the appeal for users, the creators said.
FakeCop.com will launch as part of the FakeHub.com network which means members not only get regular updates from the new brand, but also daily updates from the likes of FakeTaxi, FemaleAgent, FakeHospital, FakeAgent, PublicAgent and FakeAgentUK.
“We are extremely excited about this launch," said JT, owner of ReallyUsefulCash.com. "It marks the first new brand in our Fake-series for some time and it's one that we had in mind for many years. We have a clear set of goals to develop both FakeHub.com and SexyHub.com with new brands over the coming years, FakeCop.com is the first of many more to come.
"We've already started production work on another line for FakeHub.com, and pre-production on our next SexyHub.com brand which I think is going to be huge.”