June 27, 2022 The result of our review: Our test turned out to be an insufficient dating website. review
  • Fake chat rip-off

  • Fake Operator

  • Fake Profiles

  • Unlikely to meet

  • Negative comments

  • Very expensive

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At first sight, appears to be a legit dating website with a solid offer. The landing page looks inviting due to the modern design and well-written presentation. Registration is free, and the portal seems to provide a serious offer for singles who are looking to find new romance, or a stable relationship. 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 to lure users into spending money. It is indeed an expensive rip-off with a fake chat scam.

In other words, the chances of having a real date are close to none. Sending messages to other members requires members to pay a lot of money, but their messages will only be read by fake chat operators. They will try their best to entice them to spend more. Our review reveals that this experience is nothing but a total rip-off. Without spending huge amounts of money, users cannot do anything on this website. And everything is paid for on this platform. Sending an instant message, an emoji, opening an email, an attachment, a video, you name it, it costs.

The company responsible for this disreputable service is BravoDate, who are based in Limassol, Cyprus. They have earned negative reviews online and should be avoided. It did not take us long to find online reports from former members who have lost a lot of money on this site. We also found written evidence, while carefully examining the terms of use, that the company sends automatic computer-generated messages to their users, through fictitious virtual profiles.

The site claims to put its members in touch with beautiful women who are supposedly from Ukraine. Like, there is not a war going on right now in the country, and women have nothing else to do than dress nicely and chat with strangers over the Internet. What is mesmerizing is that we recently reviewed another similar scam site which featured the exact same profiles. The operator was different, so maybe they are scam buddies?

Is a rip-off? is indeed a total rip-off. Soon after we signed up, we started receiving funny messages from gorgeous women, most of which did not make much sense. Like, “did you ever have a girlfriend who criticized you all the time,” or “is there a direct flight from Ukraine to your country?” These are obviously automatic computer-generated messages, which the site calls “Icebreakers.” But that is just a roundabout way of not saying “chatbots”.

Upon registering, grants its users with 20 free credits to starts chatting with the girls or replying to them. Mostly because it only took a couple of minutes before our inbox was filled with stupid, or supposedly alluring messages. Unfortunately, these few free credits are short-lived. Since every single action on the site is paid for, users quickly need to top up their credits to continue conversations that lead nowhere. All in all, there is really nothing to expect from This experience is clearly designed to be a rip-off.

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Registration on

Registering on is free and does not take too long. Users are asked to answer a series of question about the kind of movies they like to watch, if they prefer introvert or extrovert, if they like reading, etc. To test the accuracy of what we believed to be a profile matching tool, we created another dummy profile, and gave a different answer to each question. We soon realized, that once we were in the members’ area, we were presented with the exact same profiles as before.

Well, this unsophisticated trick does not cost too much, and allows the site to pretend it is legit. Additional information required includes the basic facts, like gender, age, email, and password. Users are asked to validate their email address, but they can have access to the members’ area even if they do not. There is no mention of costs of any kind during the registration process, everything is allegedly free and easy.

Members’ area on

The first thing we noticed when entering the members’ area were the hundreds of gorgeous ladies who popped up on our screen. They were the kind of women who leave a long-lasting impression on the retina of those who see them. This is perfect, because it is precisely because of this that we could recognize some of the profiles we had seen on another similar scam site. This is a boon for us, as we were able to tell from the outset that these profiles are just smoking mirrors.

There is no live chat on, but the site features a “Newsfeed” section, loosely based on Facebook-type social media. Users can share photos and thoughts of abysmal depth, such as “Love the art in yourself, not yourself in the art”, among other dumb truisms. Of course, normal users cannot post anything on this feed. This is edited material designed to fool users into believing there is some activity going on.

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Terms and conditions of

Extract from the terms and conditions from the website. Current status of the terms and conditions as of June 27, 2022.

We may allow our Trusted Members to choose to send the same messages ("Icebreakers") to a number of other Members, who are randomly selected in order to allocate the attention and activity among Members of the Service.

You may receive Icebreakers from the same Trusted Member more than once. Icebreakers may be sent through the same channels as ordinary messages, including as a chat or mail message.

Costs on

After they have used up their free credit on the fake chat, users can get 20 more for $2.99, a bargain price. The price does not seem too steep, but every instant message costs 2 credits. Sending a sticker costs 5, a photo 10, and opening a video in the chat costs 50. It does not stop here, as users can request a meeting for 625 credits, which equals $100.

The best part in this rip-off, however, is that requesting personal contact details is free. But only if users have already shelled out 3000 credits on communication with a member. That is a whopping $500 for a fake email address! Yet we found a whole flock of goofballs who fell for it. They complain that even after they had been fleeced of thousands of dollars, they still did not get an email.

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Conclusion from our experience

Unfortunately, is a total scam. The women featured on the site might be real, but they are paid by third-party agencies. They are affiliated with the website to pretend to be interested in gullible users, who will then spend huge amounts of cash to chat with them, in the hope that they will eventually meet. Sadly, once they have made enough cash, these alleged ladies will suddenly ghost their wannabe lovers. They are then left with their tears to cry and the Internet to rant about how life is unfair.

The company behind this website is BravoDate, who are based in Limassol, Cyprus. This location is notorious for hosting rogue businesses operating online dating scams. To be honest, it is quite appalling to see how easy it is for crooks to play on emotional deprivation and make money on the back of human misfortune. This site even features a “help the people of Ukraine” donation box. We have no information at this point about how much of this money will help to rebuild the country.

Contact data of the operator of

Victory House 205
Archbishop Makarios Avenue
Limassol, 3030

FAQs for

Here you can find the FAQ (Questions and Answers) for the dating website

What has attracted positive attention to ?

The overall design is appealing, the navigation is user-friendly. The women in the members’ area a truly gorgeous. But users have no way to know if they are real.

What has attracted negative attention to ? works with a credit system, so users must spend credits for everything they do on the site, like chat and sending emails and pictures, or opening attached files. Users have no way of knowing if they are real. Chances are they are not, and even if they were, they are paid by third-party agencies affiliated with the website, to rip off users in the fake chat.

What can I do on with a free account?

Users can browse through the profiles, like them, or block them, and use a couple of the few free credits to respond to the solicitations of computer-generated messages.

Can I really meet someone on ?

No. Some users spent thousands of dollars believing they would. They did not.

Is there moderators or bots on ?

There are only chat moderators on this platform, supported by chatbots which engage users in conversation.

How can I cancel my account on ?

There is an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the landing page. Alternatively, users can contact customer support with the provided email address.

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  1. Max Sterling July 31, 2022 at 8:49 am

    This site is the King of scams. I read somewhere that they when testing out new features will have their employees pretend to be someone who is looking to date. So that is just great you spend time and money only to find it was an employee who didn’t even use their photo.

    Also the questions are designed to get the least amount of info requiring more questions from you or from them. The questions themselves show they are canned or pre-prepared to the extent that don’t be surprised if same question occurs over different models.

    They market their other sites as being if you want to meet Asians, Ukrainians, Americans, and so on and make it seem like they are different sites but it doesn’t even appear as you can search for the same people on any of their sites. I thankfully didn’t bother falling for their scheme as I saw question after question which was to drive you spending money.

    Too bad there isn’t a system for dating sites that can hold them accountable to someone or some agency or site that warns people. This is a site I would heavily warn people don’t even bother. Buy a computer game for dating and you will get a better experience than Bravodate (I don’t know about pc games as hentai is something I dislike in gaming and anime and they always have proportions that even are worse than the Kard family.)

  2. Dale Davis July 3, 2022 at 7:50 pm

    I paid over $600 dollars on the site. I got my lady love off the site and we chatted a on Telegram. Tried to get her over here. That’s when the whole thing fell apart. She said she had enough for her airfare but needed money for visa, passport and other things. I refused to send any money.. We still chat if I answer a question she asks me. She also calls me. She may very well be real, but my only test is withholding the money she asks for. We continued to talk and chat for several weeks. . She lives in Odessa. She begs me to get her out with the Russia bombing the city. She told me I was just being selfish and didn’t love her. Very sad if she is real.

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