JustCougars.com offers a free registration and advertises with many active members. The landing page is filled with profile pictures all of which we could assume are all registered users of the online dating portal.
We did some research on the internet and it did not take too long until we found many reviews about the site and its operator. This rip-off site is operated by Tyche Technologies AG, located in Zug, Switzerland. The company seems to be well-known on the web as this site is not the only one. Moreover, it is part of a huge network of the Dating Factory, which gets a lot of criticism for leaking data protection.
We read that, if you register here, your profile will be displayed on every other site of the network as well. So, your profile might appear on a dating portal where you would probably not normally make an account. Additionally, we read about ice-breaker messages in the terms and conditions of JustCougars.com, which are used to generate more chats.
In the terms and conditions, it is mentioned that this site is for entertainment only.
We know this description of an ‘entertainment service’ usually stands for a fake chat
“The Website merely provides an adult entertainment experience to its members.”
Ice-breakers are automated messages which seem to come here from virtual profiles, or those profiles which are on other sites of the network. As far as we can see, the chance to find a date here is quite low and the membership will end up in a rip-off.
Costs will appear for a premium-membership which is needed to send and read messages. We read some reviews about a subscription trap which we assume could be true. Firstly, the membership will extend automatically, if it is not cancelled in time. Secondly, the site and the operator are not trustworthy at all. Thirdly, and more especially, the operator is well-known on the internet for a scam with a subscription trap.