At first sight, AmourFactory.com seems to be a reliable site which offers ordinary dating. The landing page looks appealing due to a fresh design. Registration is free, and we learn that a matching algorithm even helps users to find their better half. However, after conducting some research online, and reviewing the terms and conditions, we can only recommend against signing up. This website uses fake chat operators who manage fake profiles. They lure users into spending money. It is an expensive rip-off with a fake chat scam.
Even before registering on AmourFeel.com, we began to have serious doubts about the probity of the operator who runs this site, when we opened the terms of service page. They are a company called Interpillar Ltd, registered in Los Angeles, USA. We do not know them. But what put us on our guard was that the TOS were identical in every respect to those of another scam site we had recently tested. We got confirmation of this by creating a test profile. Not only was the overall experience the same, but the profiles themselves were just a copy/paste as well.
All the women on AmourFactory.com supposedly come from Ukraine, Belarus, or Russia, even if it cannot be said that these three are currently the best buddies in the world. The ladies may or may not be real. There is no actual way to find out, but what our experience taught us is that they are paid to chat with users. They make them spend money like drunken sailors. Everything on this site is subject to a “credit” fee, like sending, or reading an email, or opening an attached photo. The conversations thus become very quickly prohibitively expensive.
The internet is literally overflowing with negative reviews about this website from former users. They naively thought they were going to find love on a site where there is not a single ugly woman, let alone a normal one. All profiles look like an endless variation of Kim Kardashian. The fun part is that the site’s moderators take the trouble to respond to every single review. This was an opportunity for us to see that, from site to site, we were dealing with the same team of moderators, with the same surreal level of response.
One user was surprised that Ukrainian women have nothing better to do than pose in their underwear in front of the mirror while taking selfies. The moderators replied that on the contrary, “due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, they have no choice but to stay home and distract themselves from the surrounding situation”. This is actually hopelessly cynical.
Despite what the moderators claim, it is not possible to meet anyone on this platform, even is users shell out hundreds of dollars to get the contact details of the person they are chatting with. The lady will then suddenly ghost them, or the user’s account will be blocked. This is what happened to the people who were ripped off by AmourFactory.com.
Our own experience was similar. We played for a while with the 20 free credits the website grants to new users. We chatted with a model-like girl who sent us a picture of her bottom within minutes. In the meantime, our inbox was filling up with messages from other equally gorgeous ladies asking us random questions out of the blue. These first messages are computer-generated, of course, something that the site calls “Icebreakers” in their TOS. This is merely a sophisticated way of saying “chatbots”.
We strongly advise you do not fall for it. This whole experience is clearly designed to be nothing more than a cheeky scam and a total rip-off. All communication is undoubtably scripted, and we noticed that the platform was only alive when we were coming back on it. Suddenly, if we started scrolling again, we were receiving messages and notifications. Consequently, it is not possible to experience a genuine flirt here, let alone a real date.
Reading the TOS gave us clear evidence of the scam and the modus operandi. The operator relies on third-party agencies who validate the girls as “Trusted members”. The system then sends automatic messages to new members on their behalf. The girls, if they are real women, take the lead when users have taken the bait. Clearly, “trusted members” is newspeak for untrustworthy.
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