The website has a pretty common design on first inspection. Once we land on the homepage, we find a quick registration window and a website presentation. The introduction of DateDoo.com is really tempting and motivates users to join to find a potential soulmate. Even though the offer is promising, so we needed to subscribe to test its functionality.
We were allowed to chat with some girls for free as new users. We didn’t have any replies from them, and just after having finished the free chats, we received a message. Reading messages requires a premium membership. This sounded unrealistic and, therefore, a scam.
Pay for no useful reason
This website claims to be useful and full of potential, but it turns out that it is just a scam. We only had feedback that there are only fake chats on this site. This happens just to lure new members into paying for a service that doesn’t offer anything more than a trap.
It’s a trap
The reputation of the website is poor. There are no good reviews about it and its operator. The site is mainly used by fraudsters to create fake profiles and trick users into paying for a membership.
The membership is offered in the form of a subscription which, if not canceled in time, will automatically renew. The operator offers a trial membership that will be effective for three days, but the deadline for canceling it is 72 hours. Unironically, the plan cannot be canceled in time, and the user gets stuck in a loop of an auto-renewal subscription. Furthermore, according to other members’ experience on this website, it seems impossible to avoid this rip-off trap.
The following excerpt is from the terms and conditions
All paid subscriptions automatically renew for the period and price that you signed up to. You may cancel the auto-renew feature to avoid recurring charges, but you must act at least 3 days (that is, 72 hours) prior to the renewal date if you subscribed via a desktop application.
The operator NSI (Holdings) Ltd from the UK is infamous for running many dating sites that are all a scam. The site has negative reviews on the internet. Most of them describe how the fake operators lure their victims into paying for a subscription that will end in a scam. Even though the operator didn’t mention the fake profiles in the terms and conditions, many other people pointed out this suspicious characteristic.