The landing page of CheeckyCanucks.com presents itself with a simple yet effective design. The page does not show any erotic content. This is usually a good strategy to attract people who do not have a lot of experience with dating platforms. They might feel reassured by the absence of explicit pictures. At the bottom of the page, we can find a link to the pricing policy. As opposed to what happens on many other dating websites, CheeckyCanucks.com does not provide misleading information about free registration. Users are informed about costs before they sign up.
We appreciate this transparency, because potential subscribers do not have to waste time registering, only to find out later that the services are not free. However, this does not mean that this is a safe dating platform. CheeckyCanucks.com is still a scam because they use fake profiles to encourage people to buy credits.
What are credits?
Credits are virtual items which can be bought in bundles of different sizes. Every time that users send a message, one credit will be deducted from their personal account. 30 credits cost 90 CAD, which means that every single message cost 3 CAD. Unused credits will expire after three months. These crazy prices can quickly turn a brief conversation into a very expensive experience.
The only good news is that all payments are one-off. Therefore, we can be sure that this is not a subscription rip-off. But it does not matter how many credits you will buy and spend on CheeckyCanucks.com. In our experience, your chances of meeting somebody in real life are close to zero.
The following note is from the Terms and Conditions
The Company explicitly reserves the right to send Messages on the Website through self-created Profiles. These are fictitious Profiles with which no physical arrangements are possible.
Just another fake chat
CheeckyCanucks.com creates fake profiles to communicate with their members. These accounts are not marked as fictitious. Members can never be sure whether they are talking to real people, or fictional characters. White Castle Design BV uses this trick on each one of their dating platforms. We have already written several reviews in the past, which uncover the scams of this untrustworthy company from Groot-Ammers, in The Netherlands.