LetsFlirt18.com presents you with an elegant and professional landing page which does not show any erotic pictures. Potential subscribers are informed about all the innovative features of the platform. The “flirt roulette” is an engaging game that will help you find interesting partners in a fun and easy way. The unique stickers, which are available for both the live chat and the private messages, are a useful tool to start a conversation without worrying about sounding boring. They also promise to analyze every photo and profile description, to ensure a genuine and pleasant experience for every user.
Overall, LetsFlirt18.com makes a great first impression. It is just a shame that they will not be able to live up to the expectations which they create. On the landing page, they trick readers into thinking that the platform is 100% free. Unfortunately, this is not true. Only the creation of a profile is free, but this does not allow you to communicate with anybody. The lack of transparency about costs is the first clue that LetsFlirt18.com is a scam. To send messages, you will need to buy expensive coins.
High costs for a fake chat
Every message that you send requires 40 coins, which equals about $2.00 New subscribers are granted 80 free coins. You can also get some more by verifying your email address. However, in the best case scenario, you can send three messages for free. After that, you must spend a lot of money to keep the conversation going. We strongly advise you against buying any coins. Regardless of how much you spend, it is highly unlikely that you will ever get the chance to meet somebody in real life.
Here is an excerpt of the Terms and Conditions
The Company operates system profiles (i.e. profiles connected to Accounts which have been created by the Company and which are either operated by contractors of the Company who impersonate the persons portrayed in such profiles or by a system designed to interact with users) and expressly reserves the right to chat with users through such system profiles in order to enhance the users’ entertainment experience. Physical contact with individuals behind such system profiles is strictly prohibited.
Moderators and chatbots
Take Two Digital Ltd, the site’s operator from Paphos, in Cyprus, admits to using system profiles to communicate with members. These accounts are controlled either by fake chat moderators or by chatbots, which are computer programs designed to interact with users. In either case, the chat on LetsFlirt18.com is a rip-off.