The online dating website FlirtFair.com may look good on the first view. But the more time we spend on the site, the more hints we found that this portal is a cheeky rip-off. On the landing page, we see some profile pictures of good-looking women. Plus, we read that the registration is for free, and contact is guaranteed.
That sounds great, but actually, those are irritating details to lure the visitor into a scam. The registration is free, but the use of the website is not. As a user, you will need to buy coins first to be able to send messages.
A paid dating website is not a scam, but as FlirtFair.com is a moderated chat, it is one. The member’s pool of the site is full of fake profiles. But not just any fake profiles to fill up the website. Fake operators operate them. It is mentioned in the terms and conditions as well. But the operator calls the fake operators as Cupid User.
The use and goal are the same
“The service also offers a myriad of options, such as communicating, flirting and even potentially meeting another user in person, as well as numerous other portal functions such as communicating with the real-life profile of a user, as well as profiles created and managed by the CN (hereinafter referred to as Cupid User). The Cupid users can experience virtual and erotic fantasies exclusively; real-life dates are not supported (see section 5 of the General Entertainment Guidelines). The communication with Cupid users is subject to charges and offers various options to converse and enjoy each other...”
The contact guarantees on the landing page do mean that a fake operator will get in touch with you. But a date in real life will never happen. Physical contact is not possible.
The online dating website operator is the Casual Networks B.V., which is in Venlo, in the Netherlands. We did some research and found some negative reviews about the site and its operator. It seems that this company is well-known for its rip off. The Casual Networks B.V runs many dating websites that all work in the same way.