FattyChaser.com advertises with free registration, countless chubby singles, and various interesting features. Due to its professional design and user-friendly interface, the portal appears to be an excellent choice. In fact, it seems to be an ideal place to find local “plus size” women for exciting dating experiences in no time. Nonetheless, we search the internet for user reviews and read the site’s terms and conditions. Unfortunately, we quickly find out that FattyChaser.com is a rip-off.
In the terms and conditions, we find the following note
We may from time to time offer users the ability to “Promote My Account” through Account Settings. Activating this service will mean that we will automatically broadcast custom messages created by any user, or selected from a default list of template messages, to other users. We reserve the right to select members to use the Promote My Account service.
At first sight, the “Promote My Account” service sounds rather harmless. In fact, it even seems to be a helpful extra feature. But reading between the lines, it basically means that the site’s operator can send fake messages to and from any registered user account at any time. From our experience, this is mostly used to send fake messages. They are sent to new users immediately after their registration, with the purpose of luring them into a chat conversation.
However, messages can only be sent by paying members. The fake messages are used to trick new users into upgrading to an expensive membership subscription as quickly as possible.
All subscriptions will renew automatically, if they are not terminated in time. So, they can easily lead into a subscription trap. Moreover, the termination deadlines are rather short. Therefore, they can easily be missed. The inexpensive trial-subscriptions will automatically convert into one of the most expensive long-term subscriptions. This unavoidably results in unexpected costs and frustration.
Operator known for their scams
The operator of FattyChaser.com is already well-known for their scams and has a terrible reputation. Hong Kong-based AriemGroup Limited, runs various other online dating platforms, all of which are known for fake messages and subscription rip-offs. According to numerous user reviews, this company cannot be trusted.