QuickFlirt.com is part of a network of dating sites, that all share one database of user profiles. When we see this, we know that this is a tell-tale sign of a scam. Many dating sites are connected through the same network and are therefore the same site. These sites may all have distinct names, domains, and layouts but after you register, you’ll realize you are seeing the same members that you have seen on other sites.
How do we know this for sure? By checking the terms and conditions.
“We operate a large number of social, dating, lifestyle and entertainment sites through our Group Companies and Partner Sites.
We have an extensive network of sites that we categorize as casual sites (for adults looking for short-term consensual casual relationships).”
You also cannot copy and paste the terms and conditions, which is another sign of someone trying to hide something and is potentially a scam.
Receive a ton of messages
It’s clear that nothing here is real. Within five minutes of setting up your account, you immediately start to receive a ton of messages. Whether they come in the form of emails or messages directly to your inbox, it doesn’t take long to find dozens of messages from hot girls looking to flirt.
The moment you want to read or respond to any of the messages, you are hit with the prompt to upgrade your membership. Those messages then entice the user to buy credits in order to make contact and respond to other members.
The operator of this portal is Together Networks Holdings Limited and is located in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. We know from previous reviews that Together Networks is hosted on the same web servers as other well-known companies that are also scam companies.
These are enough signs for us to know that this is a rip-off and an untrustworthy company. The chance to find a real person to chat, date, and love are zero.