MyNaughtyDate.com did not leave a good first impression on us. The landing page is not appealing. Plus, the website leaks sensitive information about its users. One important note is mentioned on their homepage. This platform uses automated “ice-breaker” messages. These computer-generated messages are not generally bad per se, but they can be used to scam users. Such is the nature of this website. As ice-breaker messages are sent from fake profiles to new users, the users believe they are actually talking to real people. Ice-breaker messages are equivalent to fake chats.
Due to the fact that this site uses automated ice-breaker chatbots, fake chat operators are not required. Every new member must agree to send and receive ice-breaker messages. Unbeknownst to new users, ice-breaker messages are not marked as much. If a user wants to interact, costs will occur for a premium-membership. We did some research on the internet and found many negative reviews. According to what former users have experienced, the subscription is not worth your money.
The chances of getting a date with a real person here are zero to none. Furthermore, there is more bad news about their subscription.
The following is stated in the terms and conditions
We ask all our Users whether they want to opt-in into our icebreaker messages and icebreaker actions service, which means that we send icebreaker messages, view profiles, send friend requests, send gifts, comment on content and mark content as hot (icebreaker actions) under the name and on behalf of these opted-in Users. The icebreaker messages and icebreaker actions aim to introduce Users to each other, to facilitate and support a conversation, to make Users interact on each other's content, introduce new Users to our most active community members and to generally promote and increase the use of the Service.
The bad reputation of the site
According to reviews from former users, the scam starts right after registration. New members receive messages which are actually ice-breakers. However, messages can’t be read or sent without a paid subscription. Therefore, ice-breakers are essential for luring new users into unlocking their messages by buying a subscription. Little do users know that the messages they unlock are fake. By the time they figure it out, it’s too late.
A one-day trial membership is offered, but it is just another rip-off. It will renew to a normal subscription without consent, leaving users with a disastrous subscription trap. In general, this site has earned a terrible reputation. The operator of the site is Dime Argyle which is based in Grubbenvorst, Netherlands.