AussieBang.com advertises with an interesting offer. This online dating website offers free registration. Also, the portal seems to have a lot of members. Well, the offer might sound good, but the information on the landing page is misleading and wrong. The profiles of the site are fake. This website uses fictitious profiles. Now, the use of fictitious profiles is noted on the landing page. However, the note about that is well-hidden and does not explain the full scale. The website claims to be an entertainment service, which is the legal way of saying “fake chat”.
Since the site has a fake chat scam, the profiles of the platform must all be fake. Even the reviews we found on the internet claimed that all profiles are fake. This is not pointed out on the landing page. It seems that it is not possible to meet one real person here. Additionally, the fake profiles are controlled by “fake chat” operators who lure users into chats. However, they will not mention anything about their motives. So, they will not identify as a fictional person. Their fake profiles are not marked as such, either. Plus, they have a goal.
The following is stated in the Terms and Conditions
5.2. aussiebang.com has entertainment as its goal, it is explicitly not the purpose of aussiebang.com to establish dates or meetings in person.
5.3. aussiebang.com explicitly reserves the right to send calls on aussiebang.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
The goal of chat operators
The goal of chat operators is to increase the income of the operator. Now, the registration is free. Then, costs will occur for credits that are needed to send messages. So, a user will have to pay in order to chat with a fictional person. The problem is that users do not know about this cheeky fact. Regarding reviews, “fake chat” operators will engage in a chat again and again. They are trying to generate as many messages as possible. With each generated message, the income of the operator increases.
The operator of the website is Skyloop Digital Ltd, which is based in London, UK.