FlirtyCupid.com review

February 19, 2023 The result of our FlirtyCupid.com review: Our test turned out to be an insufficient dating website.
FlirtyCupid.com review
  • Fake chat rip-off

  • Fake Operator

  • Fake Profiles

  • Unlikely to meet

  • Negative comments

  • Very expensive

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The website FlirtyCupid.com attracts us with their description, that it is the best-kept secret in the USA. However, the starting page does not tell us much about the website, other than the fact that registration is free of charge. Next to the sign-up forms, we see a picture of an attractive young woman. Below that, there are some sample pictures are displayed. Supposedly, these are the latest users who have registered on the site. However, to contact them, we must first create an account.

For our review, and to have our own experience of a possible rip-off or scam, we first take a closer look at the Terms and Conditions. This website is operated by Bogato Group Inc, from Utah, in the USA.

In the Terms and Conditions, we quickly come across the statement, that so-called “host profiles” are used here. These hosts are explicitly commissioned by the site to chat with users, to encourage greater participation. These host profiles only serve as entertainment. A real meeting with a person who operates these profiles is never possible. Thus, it can be clearly determined that these are fake chats. This is a rip-off and scam dating website.

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Unfortunately, the FlirtyCupid.com starting page only gives us very sporadic information. We do not even get to know who exactly this dating site is suitable for. Instead of information about the website, on the starting page, we find a relatively large number of profile pictures of users who have recently registered.

The large number of different user profiles that we can see here, seems quite promising at first. To be able to chat with these users, we must create an account. Before that, however, we check the Terms and Conditions and the enthusiasm we had previously gained, quickly vanishes.

Fake Chats and 7 days’ notice to cancel

Here, we find the information that host profiles are used. These profiles are commissioned by the operators of the website, which, in this case, is Bogato Group Inc, from Utah, in the USA. They aim to encourage real users to spend more time on the site, or even invest money on it. However, real contact with these profiles is never possible. So, we are dealing with fake chats. The fact that paid memberships are automatically extended, if they are not cancelled at least 7 days before expiry, is also a negative point. This indicates a possible subscription scam.

This is what we found in the Terms and Conditions

You do understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the initial user profiles posted on this Website may be fictitious, and will be associated with our Website Hosts, (“Hosts”).

Expensive membership and messaging costs

To have our own experience with this website, we create an account. Immediately after registration, we receive the first messages from interested users. Without having filled in any other personal information, this is a clear sign of these host profiles. If we want to see more than just one picture of the profiles, we need a membership.

Silver, Gold, and Platinum are the three membership options. Silver costs $12.95 per month, and Platinum costs $53.70. This also allows us to send 5, 10 or 15 messages a month for free, depending on the option chosen. Once these are used up, we must buy “coins” to send messages. So, we must dig deep into our pockets again. We can pay up to $229.99 for 250 messages. Two expensive payment plans, and host profiles with which no contact is possible, are a very clear sign of a rip-off and a scam dating site.

The conclusion from our FlirtyCupid.com review

Our review of the FlirtyCupid.com website is negative. The fact that host profiles are used here, is already enough reason not to use this site. In addition, there are two different systems for memberships, and for writing messages. Coins, which are required for messaging, are very expensive. Also, in the end, you probably only write to host profiles. The fact that the membership must be cancelled 7 days before renewal, is another negative point. All this shows us that you better stay away from this website.

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10 Comments

  1. Sarah February 17, 2024 at 10:19 am

    I just seen this website tried to use my bank information to charge me and this is the first I’ve ever seen this site on a bank statement. I’ve been hacked

  2. Daniel February 4, 2024 at 4:57 pm

    Yea I have to agree. They really know how to string you along as you pay for chats. They ask random questions or generic comments to get you to keep messaging and as you go through your credits before you know it you’re buying more. Cost me almost 100 bucks before I finally caught on

  3. Vinny February 1, 2024 at 2:27 pm

    yes this site is a joke. I stopped using the site and almost 3 months later was charged for a subscription. even after explaining that I wasn’t on the site they gave me a pisspore excuse as to why I couldn’t be refunded. the website has no customer support tab on it and the people on the phone were not amenable to refund my money.

  4. Anthony J. Mello January 14, 2024 at 12:36 am

    No matter the amount of money I spent on Flirtycupid I never met any girl. Instead they wanted to keep texting or asking for pictures to use up as many messages as possible until you’re broke. If you get rid of your account and right afterwards get a new account with them you’ll not see the same user profiles, but a totally different set of user profiles instead. I think almost all if not all the profiles are fake and that they could be using A.I. hosts.

  5. Peter Fauchi November 14, 2023 at 3:27 pm

    Definitely entertaining, but not real. Fantasy island messages. No picture and 6 message of how handsome? Messages coming like no tomorrow is not realistic either.. total scam.

  6. Paulhahn September 18, 2023 at 5:55 pm

    how can I cancel this this flirtycupid subscription I didn’t read the fine print and I want out

  7. Terry May 27, 2023 at 11:43 pm

    I signed up two different girls want me. The y quickly went through my credits and continued to send messages that were costing me money. Canceling ASAP. Not worth your time or money. Total scam.

  8. John May 2, 2023 at 3:14 pm

    Totally worthless! Did an experiment of my own! I purchased credit to be able to reply to messages specifically asking me to have sex with them. I made one clear statement in each reply about how to proceed! It meant contact outside of the site. Which, if legit, requires meeting to fulfill their request! Not once was a clear answer given! Each and every reply to my reply was another one loaded with ambiguous questions prompting further messaging in the site! The only thing you end up fxxxx this site is yourself!

  9. Zach April 24, 2023 at 2:03 pm

    yeah besides the insane prices and the week thing for cancelling but I never wasted my money but its really fishy to get messages from a lot of “girls” without having anything on my profile saying they like it

  10. Kyle Orsi March 13, 2023 at 1:57 am

    They are definitely a scam. Don’t use it.

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