On the landing page Flirt.com.au presents itself as the right place for flirting with fun. It does not matter if you want to be naughty or nice, this site can give you what you want. We do not doubt that you can have fun flirting here. However, sending messages costs you money, which is why flirting can become extremely expensive. In fact, the operator wants you to spend a lot of your money on this site. To make a profit, fake profiles are used to trick the users.
Excerpt from the Terms & Conditions (as of 21/07/2021)
The Site is an entertainment service. Your use of this service is entirely at your own risk […] By using this service you accept that any member profiles, messages and communication may not be genuine.
The notorious Venntro Media Group LTD
It seems that the operator is warning the readers about some of the member profiles. This statement is not the only reason we consider this site to be a scam. Flirt.com.au is operated by Venntro Media Group LTD, a company based in Slough, in the United Kingdom. Although we cannot find any user reviews for this site, this English operator has received countless complains. The former users do not only complain about the existence of fake profiles but also about a subscription rip-off.
On this site you need virtual “credits” to send messages to the other members. This means that long conversations are also more expensive. We suspect that the fictive profiles send computer-generated messages to keep the conversations going. However, it could also be the case that these profiles are taken over by fake chat operators. These are company employees who can manipulate the users in the chat.
The full membership that does not seem to end
Rather than just paying with coins for every single message, users can also purchase a full membership which grants several benefits for a longer period. You should know that this membership is a subscription and renews automatically until cancelled. Several users report that cancelling is made difficult. Furthermore, the operator seems to charge the users too much money. Therefore, we consider Flirt.com.au to be a fake chat scam as well as a subscription rip-off.