YummyAffair.com claims to be a great choice. The online dating portal offers free registration. Plus, on the landing page, we see some good-looking profile pictures. Now, that might convince some people, but not us. We assume that this portal is a scam. So, we did some research and found many negative reviews about this site. It turns out that many former customers had a bad experience with the website. The profiles on this platform are fake and controlled by fake chat operators. That includes the profiles on the landing page and in the members´ pool.
The fake profiles show fictional people with whom a date in real-life is not possible. One problem is that the fake profiles are not marked as such. Also, fake chat operators who will take the first step in a conversation, will not identify as a fictional person either. That means that a user does not know about moderation. They will not get any notification after the registration either. Because of that, this portal is a cheeky rip-off. The chance to find a real person here is zero, according to the reviews on the internet.
From the terms and conditions
5.3. yummyaffair.com explicitly reserves the right to send calls on yummyaffair.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
This website is an expensive entertainment service
After the registration, a new member will receive many messages. The messages contain erotic content from the beginning. With this strategy, fake operators stimulate users into a chat for which costs will occur. According to the reports on the web, the costs are high. The customers must purchase “credits” first, which are needed to send messages. So, costs occur for every sent message.
In the end, the user pays a high price for virtual entertainment. The actual purpose of the fake chat is to increase the income of the operator. The operator is SkyLoop Digital Ltd, who are based in London, UK.