The dating website AmourFinder.com is very bland and boring to look at. Such websites can be made within 15 minutes. This is often indicating low-quality of service and a possible scam. On the landing page we can see a stock photo of a beautiful woman on a blue background and a registration form. The most concerning thing is that we can read on the first page that the site promises us to go on a date tonight. As it turns out, this is obviously not true.
This kind of incredible and attractive promise is quite common in the world of rip-off dating services.
The website is part of a network of scam dating services
The operator of the website is Norfex Services Ltd, which is a company based in Birkirkara, Malta. We are actually quite familiar with this operator and their subsidiary companies. They are known for setting up and running rip-off and scam websites and should be avoided at all costs. We found many negative user reviews regarding this company and their services on the web.
The user experience that comes back the most often is of recurring unexpected bills, and useless dating services with extremely low chances of actual meetups. One user review also explains that it is very hard to get out of the subscription traps laid by this company, as the process is tedious.
AmourFinder.com is no different. Actually, we suspect the terms and condition to be a plain copy and paste of those used on the other websites of the network. The scam model is the same as well. The user will create a profile for free, but this free account is useless. To read or send any message, the new user must purchase a subscription.
There are trial subscriptions available, and they might seem attractive. The problem is that they automatically transform into a fully paid subscription if not canceled promptly.