On the surface, FlirtyDelights.com seems like a convenient dating forum, where users can find casual encounters. It boasts a large membership pool and free registration. Though the website is up-front about its use of fictitious profiles, it would be difficult for the average user to distinguish the fake members. Furthermore, users can easily overlook the possibility of fake chat operators because the website appears to be a dating platform, not a dating simulator.
Fantasy and entertainment service
The member’s page of this website looks very promising, and the profiles look like real people. Unfortunately, this is a rip-off. It is written in the Terms and Conditions, that the site is not actually for dating. Instead, they state that the website is an “entertainment service,” and that users should understand that they will be talking to fake chat operators.
Even though the Terms and Conditions guarantee that all their fictitious profiles are marked by a heart icon, users who did not review the terms, would not know to look for it. Also, when we were using our test account to browse the membership pool, we noticed that every single profile had the heart icon, which marked them as fake. This means that it is extremely unlikely that you will find a real person on this website.
Virtual currency system
We found that this website is a fake chat scam. Immediately after registering, our test account received multiple messages from fake chat operators. When we attempted to send replies, we were prompted to purchase credits. Credits are the virtual currency that FlirtyDelights.com requires users to spend on each message. Members can thus be tricked into spending large amounts of money, to chat with a fake profile. Operators often attempt to rip-off users by extending the conversations for as long as possible.
Past customers of the managing company, White Mountain Online Solutions BV, based in Krimpen aan den IJssel, the Netherlands, have repeatedly reported poor experiences with them. They accuse the company of fake chat scams and warn prospective members about the expensive credit system. We have written poor reviews about this company many times before.