Once you open the landing page of FindMeTonight.com, you encounter a background picture that shows a naked woman. Pictures of the latest members are displayed here as well. You might even have the chance to see these profiles, after successfully signing up on the platform. However, this does not mean that you are dealing with the women shown on the profile pictures. FindMeTonight.com is a fake chat scam, and we have found the proof of the existence of fake profiles.
Gate Switch Development BV is the operator of FindMeTonight.com, located in the Dutch city of Deventer. Since we already knew the operator, we were certain that we are once again dealing with a rip-off. The company is famous for using questionable methods to earn money. FindMeTonight.com is just one out of many scam sites that all work the same way, only the design is different.
Unfortunately, we did not find any reviews which might reveal how FindMeTonight.com really works. We found the proof for the usage of fictitious profiles just where we expected to. The evidence is hidden in the terms and conditions. The terms and conditions of FindMeTonight.com, are identical to those on the other dating websites which belong to the same operator. That is why it did not take very long to locate the section we intended to find.
Excerpt from the Terms & Conditions (as of 31/10/2020)
5.2. findmetonight.com has entertainment as its goal, it is explicitly not the purpose of findmetonight.com to establish dates or meetings in person.
5.3. Gate Switch Development B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send messages on findmetonight.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
The user does not know about the fictitious profiles and believes that he is talking to the person he sees in the profile picture. To chat with the other members, he must make a payment. The user is asked to spend his money on credits, which is virtual money, that is necessary for paying for the site’s services. The fake operators behind the fictitious profiles know exactly how to satisfy the user and entice him to send messages, by contributing to the conversation. A message sent in the chat costs up to 2.6 AUD, and the money goes straight to the operator.