According to the landing page, more than 1.7 million people have already signed up on KinkyTemptation.com. Most of them seem to be female, as all the members featured on the landing page are attractive women. Unfortunately, these high numbers would Indicate that the members are actually bots used to scam the users in the chat.
As part of our research, we sign up to the site to give it a try. After a few seconds, we receive several messages from interested members. It appears like we are on the road to arranging a date in our location. However, the chat is then blocked, and we can't continue the conversation we began. This is all part of the trick. We are led to believe that chatting and arranging dates for users are now possible on KinkyTemptation.com and are likely to pay for a subscription. What the user won't know is that the chat is fake.
A paid membership is required to use the chat. However, this renews automatically until cancelled, which is not easy to do. The messages sent to you are generated by fake chat operators who hide behind fake profiles pretending to flirt. Since they entice you to upgrade to a paid subscription, KinkyTemptation.com counts as a fake chat scam.
There is proof for all of this in the terms and conditions
Notwithstanding the foregoing, by and throughout your use, access and interactions to and with the Services and related content, You may interact with content generated by, or with the assistance of, automated online accounts Bots or Automated Profiles where none – or substantially none – of the actions and posts of that Automated Profile are the result of, or arise in connection with, a natural ' ' person's profile or otherwise User Content.
Who is behind this rip-off
The site is operated by Master Focus Limited, a company from Belfast in the United Kingdom. We have already had experiences with this operator and dating site scams like this one. This company used to be based in Bailiwick on Guernsey Island.