The online dating portal FlingHub.com advertises with free registration and claims to have more than one million active members. That sounds like a great offer, but it is nothing more than misleading and irritating advertising. This site does not have more than one million active members. Plus, registration is free but not the use of the site. As there is no further information on the landing page, we cannot claim that this site uses incorrect information. But those details which are provided are quite irritating. Right after the registration a new member will receive a free basic-membership. That kind of membership does not allow any action. It is not possible to read or to send messages. But the user is given many reasons to get a paid membership. Right after the registration, a new user will receive a lot of messages from other members.
The operator of the site is well-known
All the messages stimulate the new user to think about a paid membership. As far as we know, those messages come either from chat bots or from operators. Anyway, the profiles are fake and show fictional people. A fake chat is not noted in the terms and conditions. But, former customers explain the scam step by step. Many former customers shared the very same experience with a fake chat. Additionally, the operator of the site is well-known and has a poor reputation on the internet. The company Norfex Services Ltd., based in Birkirkara, Malta, runs a huge network of dating sites that are all a rip-off.
Operators control the fake profiles to persuade the user to get a paid subscription. Moreover, the operator of the site offers a cheap trial membership which will run for only three days. That membership is the actual trap as a termination by the set deadline is not possible.