The online dating website Jamble.com offers a free registration. The landing page mentions that here you will meet new people from around the world. So we could assume that the member’s area is filled with interesting and exciting members and we could find our true love. But while our research we found some negative reviews about the website so we checked the terms and conditions for any evidence that Jamble.com is a rip off.
The first thing we checked for are fake profiles. Some reviews on the internet where former customers point out that there is not one real person in the member’s area. So we checked the terms and conditions for keywords like fake profiles, fictitious person, entertainment and more. But the terms and conditions do not mention anything about a fake chat.
The only thing we found that could be regarded to the fake chat is that the terms and conditions mention a third-party service
“The Service may contain advertisements and promotions offered by third parties and links to other web sites or resources.”
As many former users are sure that the platform is filled with fake profiles we can assume that Jamble.com uses fake profiles to entice the user to spend money with a high probability.
The costs of Jamble.com originate via a subscription for a paid premium-membership. In the reviews on the internet the former users mention that the fake profiles get in touch with the new customer of the website right after the registration.
After the registration a new user will receive a membership that is for free. But if a user wants to get in touch with other members of Jamble.com a paid premium-membership is needed. Only with a paid premium-membership subscription the user can read or write messages regarding to the reviews.
As the former customers point out and as it is explained in the terms and conditions a subscription of a paid premium-membership will extend automatically
“your subscription will automatically continue for an additional equivalent period, at the price you agreed to when subscribing”.
Regarding to the reviews on the internet any subscription will extend automatically and is a trap. If a user purchases any subscription it is a challenge to cancel the paid premium-membership again.
The operator of the rip off dating website is the Lakehaus Inc. The company is located in Redwood City in California. While our research about the website we also checked for some more details about the operator but we did not find results about the company regarding to the scam on its dating website.