We do not want to spend a lot of time looking at the front page of FlirtTender.com, because there is nothing much to see. To find out more, before signing up, we browse through the terms and conditions and look out for user reviews on the internet. Apparently, FlirtTender.com belongs to an operator that is responsible for several scam dating sites.
After signing up, we find out what is wrong about FlirtTender.com. This dating site is a moderated service. The moderation is only of financial benefit for the operator. FlirtTender.com is operated by PORTICATO MEDIA Ltd. In our previous reviews we have already shared what is wrong about this company, which is based in London, UK.
FlirtTender.com is surprisingly active
The successful registration requires a valid mail address but does not take too much of our time. We get to see who else has signed up on FlirtTender.com. It seems like plenty of beautiful women use FlirtTender.com. Within just a few minutes, we receive several messages. This seems a bit odd because we have not even uploaded a profile picture yet.
We can only read a few of the messages in our inbox. Apparently, the other members are interested in a flirt. If we want to see every message and all the photos sent to us, we are required to sign up for a paid membership. The operator wants us to go for this membership right away. Hidden messages are automatically deleted after a short time, for users without a paid membership.
Something seems to be wrong
Although there is no proof for the existence of moderated fake profiles, we are convinced that FlirtTender.com is a fake chat scam. The members who approached us are not real. They are moderators, also called fake chat operators, hiding behind fake profiles. By sending plenty of messages to the users, they help the operator sell the paid membership. Only this membership makes it possible to chat, and the users certainly do not want to miss out.
Most users will probably not go for a long-lasting membership right away. So, on FlirtTender.com you can also select a three-day trial membership which is much cheaper. What may come as a surprise, is the fact that the short trial membership is a subscription as well. Within these three days users are required to submit a cancellation, otherwise the trial membership turns into a very expensive premium membership. This information is well hidden. The operator obviously wants the users to miss the cancellation date.