LavaLife.com looks great on the first impression. The site advertises with a solid offer like a free registration and a high level member’s structure. But the more time we spend on the site the more suspicious we got. So, we did some research and checked the terms and conditions for more information.
We found some reviews about a rip off with a fake chat. Regard to this information are the profiles in the member’s pool a fake and operated by fake operators. But we checked the terms and conditions and did not find anything about a fake chat scam. So, we can only assume that some former customer had a negative experience as some profiles might be a fake.
The operator is the company named LavaLife Ltd. which is located in Ontario in Canada. We found some negative reviews about the operator’s website LavaLife.com that it is a subscription trap.
Subscription extend automatically
We checked the terms and conditions for that and found a few note that speak for a trap. First of all, costs will originate for a subscription for a paid premium-membership. It is necessary to pay for a membership, if you want to get in touch with others. That information is not mentioned on the landing page but only that the registration is for free. As we see it, that is a misleading information.
The subscription will extend automatically, if the cancellation is not made in time. That does not have to be a rip off but in this case we are not really sure about this as this website and its operator seem not trustworthy to us. Even if the deadline to cancel the subscription is fair with a 24 hours deadline, we want to point out that you should make sure to cancel your subscription in time.