The online dating portal FlirtyMilfs.com appears to be a great choice for singles in Australia. On the landing page, we see an image of a young woman. There we also read about free registration. Also, the homepage shows the advertisement that you will find exciting women here. It seems that this portal reaches out to men who are interested in older women.
To join the website, registration must be done first. Luckily, the registration is not just free, but also it does not take too long. So, in just a few minutes, your profile is created, and you can make the first contact.
The members appear to be fake
FlirtyMilfs.com claims that you will find great matches here. You do not even have to take the first step. We did some research and read many negative reviews about a fake chat. According to this information, fake chat operators control fake profiles to persuade new users to pay for a premium membership. We must point out that proof for a fake chat is missing. The operator of the site does not mention moderators or fictional profiles in the terms and conditions.
However, the experience of former customers is mostly always the same. They mention that they receive a lot of messages right after the registration. But to read those messages, costs will occur. After the registration, a free basic membership will be provided. That might sound fair, but all functions need a paid membership. So, the basic membership is useless. The more messages that reach a new user, the more interest will be created in buying a premium membership.
The trial membership is a cheeky trap
Normal premium membership is quite expensive. But the operator has one more trick up his sleeve. Trial membership will be offered. This trial membership is much cheaper than a normal subscription. Plus, it will run for only three days. So, it will give you enough time to check out the site. But this offer has a bad side. The deadline for termination for all subscriptions is 72 hours.
That means that the trial membership cannot be terminated in time. Then, it will extend automatically to a monthly paid membership without any chance to cancel it. Usually, automatic renewal is nothing bad. But in this case, it is used as a trap.
We did some extra research on the internet. We found many negative reviews about the site and the cheeky trap. Many former users share their experiences with a fake chat. However, it is the subscription trap that is the actual scam. Furthermore, the operator of the site has a bad reputation. Also, Csomad, in Hungary, is an unusual location for an operator of an Australian dating site.