HoneyBBW.com turns out to be a rip-off created by Estival GmbH, which is a company based in Hong Kong, in China. The platform contains a fake chat populated by operators who are probably hired by the company. If you want to respond to their messages, you must sign up for a membership. In our experience, this move might end up being far too risky.
No big women
The first thing that surprised us, was that many of the women on the platform were not even plus size. It seems that many of the accounts may have been cloned from other platforms belonging to Estival GmbH. This is a very common practice among companies which operate dating rip-offs. Furthermore, at the very least, the skinny people on the platform probably do not know that they are there. They are present only to give the appearance of a popular dating platform. However, it is useless for members to participate in a fake chat.
From the Terms and Conditions
Once in a while, we may invite members to use ‘Promote My Profile’ service through Account Settings. After the activation of this ability, we will automatically get permission to broadcast custom messages created by any user or select any random message from the template list. It is our right and responsibility to choose members for the ‘Promote My Account’ service. The process of sending messages through this service will be free, still, the member who sees and wants to reply to the messages, needs to have an upgraded and valid Paid Membership.
You take all the responsibilities for communication with any Live Model. This type of profiles is not created by our Service and we are not in charge to monitor them. If you receive the message from this type of profile, there will be an indication that this is a Live Model Profile and thus you may consider it as a promotional mail. We do not take responsibility for any interaction or cooperation between any of our users and Live Model Profile (or Cam Provider) whether or not such actions take place on our platform.
Moreover, the Terms and Conditions state that you may interact with so-called Live Models, at some point. These will contact new members, but they are supposed to be regarded as promotional email. The company takes no responsibility for any interaction with them. They claim the models are not connected to the company at all, and they cannot monitor their activity.
In theory, the models reaching out, will announce they are fictional characters, with whom you cannot arrange a real date. We have written many reviews about similar websites. In our experience, they rarely reveal their virtual entertainer status. However, you will still need to access a premium membership, to reply to any message, whether they come from a real woman or not. Either way, we suspect there are no authentic users on this scam site.