Amour.com shows a couple in love on the landing page. There, we also read about free registration, and we see some general information about the site. This online dating portal seems to be a great matchmaker. People here join the portal to find true love. Casual dates seem to be possible here as well, but they are not the focus of the users.
The number of active users seems to be high so the chance to find a date must be quite high also. To join the website and to find your match, registration has to be done first. Luckily, the process for registration is not only simple but short as well. In just a few minutes, your profile is created and verified.
This site does not appear trustworthy
The online dating portal Amour.com advertises with a solid offer. Here, free registration is available for all genders. On the landing page, we read about some more details about the platform. All in all, the offer of the website sounds great. But, we did some research, and we found many negative reviews about the site. Former customers claim that this portal is a scam. It starts with misleading information on the landing page.
Well, our first impression of the website was not the best. A nice design and an image of a couple in love might convince some people, but not us. On the landing page, we read about the portal. But these are not real details but only some nicely written description that fits on any other dating site as well. Furthermore, on the bottom of the landing page, we read the name of the operator. They are well-known to us.
The operator has a bad reputation
The operator of the online dating portal Amour.com, is well-known to us and on the internet. We checked the reputation of the site and the company that runs it. Both reputations are terrible. Many people had bad experiences with the operator and its dating sites. The company runs a large network of dating portals that are all a rip off. It starts with irritating and misleading information.
After that, fake profiles are used to stimulate new users to get a paid membership. To be fair, proof for a fake chat is missing. But the operator is well-known for a subscription scam, so why not also for a rip-off with a fake chat? Anyway, we assume that the profiles in the members´ pool are fake and show fictional people.
According to the information from former users, right the registration, a new user receives many messages. Those messages persuade users to get a paid membership. Any subscription will extend automatically, if it is not terminated in time. However, a cheap trial membership will be offered, but this cannot be cancelled in time. It is a cheeky trap. The trial membership will extend automatically to a monthly paid subscription. Then, you will pay for a membership on a site which seems to be filled with fake profiles.