EmilyDates.com promotes itself as a modern dating service for all those people seeking their significant other. Thanks to their innovative technology, they guarantee that the platform will allow users to find the best partner in the quickest and most convenient way possible. The easy-to-use interface and the simple design make the experience on EmilyDates.com pleasant and intuitive, even for those members who are not too familiar with dating sites.
Free registration through this site allows users to create a profile in a matter of minutes. To complete the process and gain access to the member’s area, users need to verify their email. This is a basic measure implemented by many websites to prevent the creation of fake profiles. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to work as it should on EmilyDates.com.
It Might Be a Fake Chat Scam
EmilyDates.com swears that all the members that users will interact with are genuine. However, within a few minutes after registering, we started to receive messages from attractive women who invited us to chat. This was highly suspicious because our profile didn’t even have a profile picture. On a legit dating platform, we wouldn’t get any attention whatsoever without a picture. Therefore, we cannot rule out the possibility that these profiles were created by the company to push users into spending their money.
From what we have seen, female members have unlimited and unrestricted access to all the features on EmilyDates.com. Men, on the other hand, are required to become premium members to be able to send messages. 3 days of premium membership cost 20 credits, which roughly equals $25. This is by far one of the most expensive dating platforms that we have ever encountered.
To make matters even worse, payments are recurring. If members want to stop the automatic rebilling, they need to cancel it from their profile settings or contact customer support. We know from experience that automatic renewal can often lead to a subscription rip-off. Again, legal proof of the scam is missing. However, because of all the information that we have gathered, we do not trust Broskevi Ltd, which is the site’s operator from Limassol, Cyprus.