The landing page of Lov.net looks good. But it would be best if you never judged a book by its cover. In this case, under the cover hides a cheeky rip-off. The online dating website is a fake chat. That means the member’s pool of the platform is full of fake profiles.
Those fake profiles are operated by fake operators, which entice the user to a chat. But the fake operators will not identify themselves as a fictitious person, and the fake profiles are not shown. So the user can not recognize a fake operator or a fake profile. It is how the user gets tricked in the chat room.
The fake chat is in the terms and conditions
“You understand and agree that there is no guarantee that you will find a date, a companion, or an activity partner, or that you will meet any of our Users in person. www.lov.net merely provides an adult entertainment experience to its Users.”
But the user gets even tricked before. On the landing page, we found some irritating and wrong information. The registration is for free. That is right, but after the registration, the user will have to pay money for a paid premium membership.
Also the advertisement: “FIND, COMMUNICATE AND MEET WITH LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE!” That is right, but it does not point out that more is not possible. You will find people that act as a like-minded person, but actually, they are a fake profile and a fictitious person. Them you will find it, but you can’t have a date with them. Well, they will find you and entice you to buy a membership to have an expensive conversation.
The costs originate via a subscription for a paid premium membership. It is in the terms and conditions that every paid membership will extend automatically. Especially the trial premium-membership will be extended to a regular subscription in any case, so it is a trap.
The operator of Lov.net is the Cargo Media AG, which is well-known on the internet for its subscription rip off dating websites. It is by far not the only platform of the company, which is in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.