The landing page of HotFlirtsNow.com looks good so far. We see the information that the registration is for free and some profile pictures. So we could assume that the website's use is for free and that the profile figures show real members. But both details are wrong and very misleading.
The registration is for free, but to send messages, a user needs to buy credits first. A paid dating website is not a scam. But as this website advertises with wrong information plus uses fake profiles, it is a rip-off.
The member's pool of the platform is full of fake profiles. But not just any fake profiles. Fake operators operate all of the fake profiles. Those fake operators will get in touch with the user right after the registration and entice the user to a chat.
Regard to some reviews, and it starts right after the registration. It will not take too long, and the virtual post box is full of messages. Here appears the problem. The user does not know about the fake chat and assumes that all profiles of which the messages came from are real. But they are not. The fake operators will not identify themselves as a fictitious person. Plus, the user can not recognize a fake profile by him.
The fake chat is in the terms and conditions
“Graham Web Services B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send calls on HotFlirtsNow.com thought self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical arrangements are possible.”
Graham Web Services B.V. is the operator of the rip-off dating website. This company is located in Deventer, in the Netherlands, and seems to be well-known on the internet. We found some reviews about the company and its’ dating websites. HotFlirtsNow.com is the only platform for this operator, and all portals are a cheeky scam with a fake chat.