Everything looks fake on xHouseWives.com, starting with the landing page, which does not provide any useful information about its services. Registering is free and straightforward, but it only grants new users a couple of free chat messages before they are prompted to subscribe to one of the premium subscription packages. These forms of membership are subject to an auto-renewal pricing policy, which of course is where the scam lies: the operator is known to make the termination process particularly difficult, sometimes ignoring requests altogether. Users then find themselves in a time-consuming and costly trap.
The following note is from the terms and conditions
5.1. […] You may interact with content generated by, or with the assistance of, automated online accounts (“Bots” or “Automated Profiles”), where none – or substantially none – of the actions and posts of that Automated Profile are the result of, or arise in connection with, a natural person’s profile or otherwise User Content.
In the course of our review, we quickly used up our free chat credit, given that, as soon as we entered the members’ area, we started receiving teasing messages. However, as we can see from the TOS, xHouseWives.com actually relies on “Automated Profiles” or chatbots, which are programmed to seduce new users. To keep a conversation going, some of the latter will sign up for one of the subscription packages and fall into the subscription scam. All in all, the chances of getting poor are high on XHouseWives.com while the chances of meeting anyone are equal to none.
The company operating this subscription rip-off is Erveto Ltd, based in Larnaca, Cyprus. This company is also behind a large number of disreputable dating sites that always use the same tricks. The standard premium membership option starts at $29.95 per month or $99.95 for six months. Since all profiles are fake and managed by chatbots, there is absolutely nothing to experience here besides a blatant scam. This is why we strongly advise against registering on this site: its sole purpose is to subject users to a rip-off.
We also found negative reports from former users who explained that once they realized the fraud, they contacted customer service to cancel their subscriptions but received no response. The debits continued until they contacted their banks to stop payments on their credit cards.