Even before signing up on HushLove.com, there are a few things which make us think it might not be a legitimate online dating portal. For example, the long list of "top cities" on the landing page. It gives the user the impression that the portal offers connections with real people from the locations that most of the members appear to be from.
The enrollment on HushLove.com is for free, and it will take only a short time to do it. The sign- up process is user-friendly, and the website will just ask for some necessary information like gender, email address, location, username, and a password.
You will receive an email, and you need to confirm your mail by clicking on a link. You will be redirected to another page where you can complete your profile. The main page is clear and straightforward. Nothing is complicated, every function and button is self-explanatory. The interface should make it easy for everyone to surf easily on the website.
Minutes after you arrive at the main member area you get bombarded by many women sending dirty messages, flirting and asking for dates. We got almost 30 messages within the first half hour, and all without filling out the profile at all. At this point, our trust in the landing page dissolves. We want to find out if these women are real or just bots, so we read through the terms and conditions of the operator from Cyprus, Karneolis Limited.
And indeed, we see there that they admit the use of bots
“profiles are bots to enhance your experience.”
Sure. It is more like increasing the likelihood of naïve users purchasing a monthly subscription to get premium content.
Like most untrustworthy dating sites, almost nothing on HushLove.com is for free. You will receive lots of messages from faked profiles. But of course, you are not able to message back without upgrading your membership. All the subscriptions will renew automatically and are very hard to terminate. Even if the user can cancel on time, the website will extend them anyway.
From the terms and conditions
“Should you access the Site on the basis of a paid trial membership, be advised that all trial memberships will automatically become a regular monthly membership subscription at the end of the trial period unless you cancel your membership before the end of the trial …”
Some of the testimonies we found on the internet
“I have records of you guys trying to take money from my account, which I did not authorize. Stop trying to take money or legal action will be taken.”
“All these sites are fake. Guys it’s not that easy just to *** a girl. Their all robots to get your money.”
If you are not convinced by now that this very phony website is a sham, and still want to sign up to see for yourself, make sure you will be able to cancel your subscription because websites like HushLove.com love to take your cash.