The online dating website Friends-With-Benefits.com appears a bit cheap looking in design. The landing page displays profile pictures which look fake to us. Moreover, the homepage has a bad overview and is missing an imprint. All in all, first impressions don’t look good.
Friends-With-Benefits.com does offer some great things. At least they sound good initially, but on closer inspection, it turns out that the details on the landing page are misleading. As an example, the free registration is a misleading detail. The actual registration is for free but the use of the website is not. After the registration is done, the user will need a paid premium-membership to start a chat.
We found reports about this site using fake chats
With regards to the other members of Friends-With-Benefits.com we found some reviews about a fake chat. It appears the operator uses fake operators that manage fake profiles to entice the user to get a paid membership.
We found reports about this site using fake chats on the internet, but the Terms and Conditions of the operator do not mention this. We can only assume, from previous users experience, that this site is a rip off with a fake chat.
This website is operated by the company The Perfect Match Ltd. which is located in Sofia, Bulgaria. The location itself already points to an untrustworthy operator. This company runs many more dating sites. All of them are a rip off with a subscription trap.
The user will get an offer of a trial premium-membership. It is mentioned in the Terms and Conditions that this trial premium-membership will run for three days and will be renewed automatically to a paid monthly subscription. A user cannot stop this process. This is surely a cheeky trap.