SGKFCC Singapore Website Gone – Where Can You Get Legal Alternative?

Brief introduction to SGKFCC

With its name also known as SGKFC, this website has disappeared off the face of SG. For those who have no idea what I am referring to, for example, if you accidentally bumped into this post, then you might be wondering if I am talking about the fast food restaurant. No I am not. I am referring to a prostitution site called SGKFCC which pretended to be an escort page targeting Singapore. You may have heard of newer replicas of it but this was one of the originals.

Here is a screenshot of the site which has since been seized by the local police force.

SGKCC screenshot 1
A screengrab of the website from Archive

Some notes you should know about these sites in Singapore

First of all, let me say this – sites like that are against the local laws in SG to use from the operators point of view – which makes them all illegal in our country!

Second of all, if you want to avoid accidental embarrassment when they find that you had procured services from these prostitutes before, then avoid similar sites. I am not joking! You do not want to be asked for help by the police when it comes to such matters – if you are married that makes everything ten times worse! How do you explain to your wife and kids if you are exposed to have been looking for them frequently?

Alternatives for such girls in Singapore? Well here is the answer

In reality, there are no super related alternatives to a webpage like SGKFCC which are legal. There are some which may pop up frequently which has the exact same template and design as the now gone SGKFCC, but they are all not existing anymore.

In Singapore, only escorts in Singapore and sugar babies can potentially be found legally online, but not for prostitutes.

Whether or not you are a Christian or not, single or not, I believe that if you truly want to look for prostitutes, you should just head over to the designated red light district area in Singapore to look for them. At least some of these are actually legal, so looking for them is as normal as searching for a service provider in any other industry.