MuzMatch.com advertises with a solid offer. This online dating portal goes for a certain target group. Here, Muslim singles register to find a match in the US. According to the information on the landing page, that seem to work out just perfectly. The members´ pool is filled with interesting people who are looking for a serious commitment. Registration is free for women and men. Plus, the process of registration will not take long. If you are Muslim and want to find a partner for a long-term relationship, this seems to be the number one choice.
The portal appears untrustworthy
MuzMatch.com looks great and aims for a certain target group. Also, the online dating portal advertises with a solid offer. But, on the internet, we found many negative reviews about the site. Former customers point out that it is a scam. We read about fake profiles that are controlled by fake chat operators. They stimulate new users into a chat for which they must pay.
Registration is free, but after that costs will occur. That means the free registration is misleading information. That is not a good sign for the trustworthiness of the site. In the terms and conditions, we read about a paid membership. But there is no further information provided. That is also not a good sign. This portal lacks transparency. However, we did not find a note about moderation. So, proof for a fake chat scam is missing. Proof against a fake chat is missing as well.
The bad reputation of the portal
The reputation of MuzMatch.com is bad. Without any proof for or against a fake chat, that is still understandable. We found some notes about leaking data protection.
From the terms and conditions
Information collected automatically. We automatically collect information from your browser or device when you visit our Service. This information could include your IP address, device ID and type, your browser type and language, the operating system used by your device, access times, your mobile device’s geographic location while our application is actively running, and the referring website address.
The operator of the website collects all a user’s information while the services is being used. That is the only thing that we can prove from the legal information of the site. A fake chat or a subscription trap, we can only describe, according to the reviews from former customers.
On the internet, we found many reports about the portal. Former customers describe the paid gold-membership as a cheeky trap. It appears that this platform is a subscription rip-off. Plus, former users mention automated messages that will be sent to a new member. To read those messages, a paid membership is needed. In the end, those messages seem to come from fictional profiles. Moreover, we read about a time limit. If you do not own a paid membership, messages from other profiles will be deleted within 24 hours. This is a trick to stimulate users to get a paid membership.