At first sight, AmoLatina.com looks like a perfectly fine dating platform. They guarantee that thousands of attractive members have already joined the platform. The landing page shows some success stories from past members who swear that this portal is the most effective place to find the perfect match. They also promise that every new account is personally checked by their staff to confirm that they correspond to real people.
Unfortunately, this contradicts what we read online. Many former users have left reports which complain about their negative experiences with AmoLatina.com. They openly mention a fake chat scam. According to them, most of the profiles in the member’s area are created and managed by professional animators, whose only interest is to increase the profit of the company they are working for. To do that, they impersonate a fictional character, without ever revealing their real identity. If this is true, real-life meetings would be impossible.
Fake or not?
As we always do, we carefully checked all the legal documents. The Terms and Conditions do not say anything about moderators or fantasy chat, but that does not clear up our doubts. Even if the proof is missing, there are some clues that point in the direction of a fake chat. The main one is that within 5 minutes from our registration, we had already received quite a few intriguing messages. But this sudden popularity is not justified, because our profile does not even have a picture. There is a strong chance that these messages are coming from fictional profiles.
The real trap
A new member must purchase a paid subscription to communicate with other users. All the memberships renew automatically until they get cancelled. Sol Network Ltd, the operator from Silema, in Malta, who run AmoLatina.com, guarantees that the cancellation is very easy. But according to many online reviews, they refuse to accept all the requests for termination without giving any valid reason. We strongly advise everyone against spending any money on this untrustworthy platform. The risk of falling victim to a subscription rip-off is real.