It is easy to access the platform of FetishSpace.com and have a brief experience with the services they offer. The company that runs this platform, Creative Network Alliance sp zoo, is from Bydgoszcz, Poland. The landing page allows visitors to the site to read a detailed description of the people interested in this page. It also them to register for free and specify their preferences for chat partners on their profile.
The following text was taken from the fine print on the home page
The portal is a social network for men and women looking for chats. *Chat partners are virtual profiles moderated by exciting real people. Real meetings with them are not possible.
A fake chat service
Once users get access to the site, they can see the number of online users. In a short time, users would receive several messages from other users despite the lack of content in their profiles such as a bio or profile photo. There are a variety of profiles, from very erotic and explicit to a more formal and educated profile.
By analyzing the messages, we noticed a repeated pattern in the messages that came from different profiles. Some messages were even repeated in different languages. We also asked certain users if it would be possible to have a date, and they always come up with some excuse not to. This shows the scam of using entertainers and operators with fake profiles and a fake chat rip-off to spend money through a virtual currency and never date a real person.
The use of operators may not pose a serious problem to users, but on the other hand, paying for a virtual currency to speak with an operator is a serious scam. Users will get 100 “Coins” after signing in. Sending a single message costs 50 “Coins,” which means users can only send up to 2 messages before they have to purchase more coins. FetishSpace.com’s cheapest offer is 7.49 USD, which will give users 400 “Coins,” which is equivalent to 8 messages. Users would just be losing a lot of money for a service that’ll never lead to any future relationship.