FlirtFusion.net appears to be a casual dating portal for Christians, but the concept is hard to understand. The most crucial information is missing, such as the name of the operator, and the Terms and Conditions. As such, we consider this to be a scam. Any reputable operator will include this information. Otherwise, the consumer will be unable to take legal action if there is an issue with the website.
FlirtFusion.net contains an obvious fake chat. Most of the profiles lack a photo, and the ones that do have one are not very believable. All the women are gorgeous, which is very unlikely on such an obscure dating portal, that nobody knows. At least, we were not immediately approached by these characters, as is often the case while writing these reviews. We almost wonder if the portal is not fully up and running just yet. Either way, this can only be a scam.
While setting up our test profile, we were offered the chance to enhance our “ad”, as they call it. For 10 US dollars, our profile could be highlighted in the search results. For 30 US dollars, our profile could become a “sponsored” ad, featured in rotation, at the top of the search results. Finally, for 50 US dollars, our ad could appear on the landing page, to be seen by “thousands of people”.
However, our profile ended up on the landing page, without us having to do anything at all. We also have no idea how long these boosts will last, if we do purchase any of them. We do not know whether this is a one-time payment, or maybe there will be recurring costs. Everything is so unclear; we are afraid this is a badly executed rip-off. In fact, once we had created our profile, we were unable to find the premium services again. All these set us up for a very confusing experience, so we could never recommend this portal.