The statements presented on the landing page of MatchyFling.com sound promising. The dating site is said to be safe, active, and the perfect place to flirt. We did not want to rely on only what the operator claimed. We also took into account what other users are saying in their reviews. It turns out that we are yet to find someone who is truly satisfied with MatchyFling.com, and what it has to offer. It becomes clear that the site is a rip-off. They often manage to trick people into thinking that the fictitious profiles are in fact real and sincere.
We were able to find the proof for the existence of fake operators. Their task it is to deceive everyone by using fake profiles. In the terms and conditions, the operator gives an insight into what follows, after the registration. MatchyFling.com is a fake chat scam.
Excerpt from the Terms & Conditions (as of 31/10/2020)
5.2. matchyfling.com has entertainment as its goal, it is explicitly not the purpose of matchyfling.com to establish dates or meetings in person.
5.3. Gate Switch Development B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send messages on matchyfling.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
Nobody is supposed to know that these kinds of self-created profiles exist on the dating site. Whenever an operator does mention this fact, they do so where it cannot be found easily. The users have high hopes of meeting, in real-life, the other members who show great interest. The fake operators will not let that happen. They merely flirt with the users in a chat because the users are asked to pay money for every single message they send.
Credits are the virtual currency that is required to pay for the services on MatchyFling.com. The dating site offers different credit packages. The more credits you buy at once, the higher the discount is. A message in the chat costs one credit, which is equal to a price of up to 2.6 AUD. MatchyFling.com is operated by Gate Switch Development BV, located in Deventer, in the Netherlands. The company is becoming more and more popular, as they run a large number of dating sites. Apparently, all of them are rip-offs.