OneWife.com initially seems like a reliable and exciting dating website where users can find relationships with beautiful women. Though it appears to be perfect, our review found that this is not the case. In reality, OneWife.com looks to be a fake chat scam and a rip-off. We found many profiles that appeared fake, received suspicious messages, and discovered that chatting is expensive.
Expensive virtual currency
Although it is free to register an account on OneWife.com, you have to pay to use it. To unlock the messaging feature, you must buy a virtual currency called “credits.” You will have to buy expensive bundles of credits to read and send messages. This means that users could end up spending huge amounts of money in a short amount of time.
Suspicious profiles and messages
Another problem with this website is the large number of suspicious profiles. Although it does not state so in the Terms and Conditions of the website, we suspect that this platform is using false accounts run by fake chat operators. Not only have many user reviews accused the operator of filling their websites with fictitious accounts, but we also ran into numerous profiles that looked too good to be true. Almost all of the profiles looked like models.
We also received multiple messages from attractive accounts immediately after signing up for an account. We found this odd because our profile was completely blank, without any information or photo. It’s quite unlikely that a real person would contact an empty profile.
The operator of this website has a terrible reputation online. This company is May Group Solutions LP, from Dublin, Ireland. They are known to run a network of online dating sites that we have given poor reviews to in the past. Other user experience reviews have also complained about rip-offs and scams from this operator.