Our previous experiences with this operator have all been negative, so we're quite sure we won’t have any nice surprises from InstaDates.net. And that this site will only confirm all the usual rip-offs we have already uncovered with many of our reviews.
The landing page looks very similar to the others we have visited. The images and written content are literally copied and pasted from another platform and, as usual, there isn't any significant information about services, prices, subscriptions or cancellation policy.
A trustworthy dating website should always inform the user about the costs that will arise and not force him to sign up only to find out later that the platform is not free. When these signs of trustworthiness are absent, we can guarantee the portal is most likely a scam, especially if they advertise free registration.
A huge disappointment
On the landing page, we also read that InstaDates.net boasts an incredible success rate and that more than 60% of its users find a partner within the first week of joining. But according to the Terms and Conditions, this is not possible.
The website admits the goal of InstaDates.net is just virtual entertainment. Most profiles are fake and are created and controlled by professional animators who will try to convince users to buy expensive credits or dangerous VIP memberships. As is clearly stated in the document, meetings in real life are not possible.
Here is an extract from the Terms and Conditions
Physical contact is not possible in all circumstances. Instadates has entertainment as its goal; it is not explicitly the goal of Instadates for users to date or meet in person. Instadates expressly reserves the right to contact users through their own created profiles.
Who's responsible for this?
The mind behind this rip-off is The Perfect Match Ltd, a company registered in Sofia, Bulgaria, that has a nasty reputation online, where there are multiple negative reports about every dating website they run. Many recommend avoiding the paid subscriptions that could also be a trap. It looks as though the operator makes it really difficult to terminate the contract.