At first sight, Twitive.com looks great. The design is simple and clean, and all relevant information can be found quickly. The portal claims to be a great place to find significant encounters and deep conversations. Moreover, it advertises with millions of members and free registration.
As always, we search the internet for customer reviews and carefully study the terms and conditions. Altogether, we cannot find any clear signs that Twitive.com is a rip-off. However, we do find some reports by former users, who were not so happy with the site’s services.
Free and paid services
Signing up is free and can be done in no time. But, as expected, the options for free users are rather limited. To get full access to all features without limitations, a paid premium membership subscription is needed. For additional benefits, there is also a VIP option and the opportunity to buy “coins”, which can be exchanged for sending virtual gifts.
Twitive.com operates an automatic renewal policy. This means that all subscriptions will, once expired, be automatically renewed. This is rather common and not necessarily bad. However, users who are not aware of the automatic renewal, can easily end up in a long subscription trap.
Online, we found some reviews by former users, who complained about the trial-memberships. After the trial period, these memberships are automatically converted to one of the much more expensive premium subscriptions. Some consider this a subscription rip-off. However, since this is all clearly explained in the terms and conditions. We cannot find any hints that it is difficult to stop the automatic conversion or cancel a subscription. So, we do not think it is a scam.
There also seem to be some serious issues with fake profiles and love scammers in the members’ pool. According to some reviews online, it is extremely difficult to find a trustworthy person for a real-life date on Twitive.com.
The operator of Twitive.com is Day and Night Ltd, from Gibraltar.