Bad reviews on the internet
As the imprint is missing, we did some research on the internet to find out more about the online dating site XMilfs.com and its operator. We found many negative reviews about the site and its service. According to that information, this site is a scam with a fake chat, plus it seems like the paid membership is a subscription trap.
As the reputation of the portal is bad we checked the terms and conditions. There we found the evidence that this site is a cheeky rip-off.
In the terms and conditions, it is mentioned that the site uses fake operators:
“THIS SITE UTILIZES FANTASY PROFILES IDENTIFIED AS FANTASY CUTIES. You comprehend, acknowledge, and accept that some of the profiles listed on the Site may be operated by our Site or third-party contractors and are fictitious.”
XMilfs.com is a scam, as the fake operators will get in touch with a new user right after the registration. But a fake operator will not identify as a fictional person so the user assumes that it is a real person. Right after the registration a new member has got a basic-membership, which is free but useless. To read or to write messages a paid membership is needed. All the messages from the fake operators entice the user to get a paid membership. That is what we call a rip-off because the user gets tricked by misleading information by the operator of the site, and again later, by the fake operators.
Automatic renewal policy
Additionally, the operator offers a trial membership which extends automatically. All subscriptions extend automatically, if not cancelled in time. As we see it, the trial membership might be a trap, as it will extend to a normal subscription for a monthly payment. On the internet we found a lot of negative reviews about the site. Former customers complain about the cheeky fake chat and that it is not possible to find one real person here. So, to find a date in real-life is not possible. Just as we thought, some former users complain about the high costs, plus that the subscription extends automatically. It is a trap
Full contact information about the operator is missing as an imprint is not provided. We only found the company`s name, XMilf LLC.