ExclusiveFlirts.com is a dating platform targeting males who just want to hook up. The portal was developed by Maunaloa LTD, an operator from Cyprus. They manage a network of very similar scams, as we have seen in many reviews. Their platform is financed by erotic ads and a treacherous subscription rip-off.
ExclusiveFlirts.com tries to make their visitors too excited to even think straight. The operator uses fake images of alleged members, as well as explicit sentences that are supposedly posted by the imaginary characters on the fake chat. They just create an illusion, making you believe that finding a hookup here is unbelievably easy. However, we have enough experience in this industry to recognize their tricks right away. It is also obvious from the Terms and Conditions, which most people don’t bother reading.
Mind your privacy
It is important to pay attention to the legal disclaimers. These reveal more information than we may be hoping for. For example, the operator warns that they may use our content in its entirety for whatever corporate purpose they deem necessary.
This often means they will copy your profile and paste it on another dating scam. This platform also features plenty of steamy messages, and your own erotic exchanges may also be copied. Or they may claim that you are sending such messages. They could even show your face on a landing site, and anybody you know may come across it. If you care about your online persona at all, you should definitely watch out for companies such as Maunaloa LTD.
The following excerpts are taken from the Terms & Conditions
At times while using our services, you may come into contact with these profiles, which have been generated by either real individuals contracted or employed by us, or by automated programs and scripts (“Automated Profiles”).
By using the Services, you acknowledge and agree to grant us a royalty-free, global, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, and sublicensable right to use and process your Content through any format or medium, provided that such use and processing are compliant with applicable data privacy laws.
Even if we have no definite evidence regarding this particular website, our experience tells us that paying for a membership is most likely not a good idea. Very often, these dubious websites turn out to be subscription rip-offs. They lure you in and then trap you with their dodgy tactics. For example, the operator may not reply when you’re trying to cancel your membership. Or they reply too late, and then argue that your cancellation deadline has passed. This way, your membership gets renewed for at least one more month. We’ve seen this many times, so please be careful.