The landing page is clean and has typical features for registering. The registration is free, and it is fast and easy to sign up. Interestingly, on the starting page are the sections “LAST UPDATE” and “THOSE PEOPLE JUST HAVE JOINED”. It seems that the portal has a lot of activity. We also have a closer look at the fine print in the registration area, and we see the information that the portal is using a moderated chat and computer bots. It also seems that our personal data will not be safe at MegaFlirt.com.
After signing up, the user ends up in the members’ area. The site is easy to use and to navigate and seems to have many members. Other features are search functions, filters, and live streams, as well as a video section.
Excerpt from the Terms & Conditions (as of 30/08/2023)
I also agree to receive email newsletters, account updates, special offers and communications from computer generated virtual profiles, targeted to my interests, sent by megaflirt.com or MFcupid.com, and agree to allow my personal data to be shared with third parties.
we may post fictitious profiles, generate or respond to communications using automated programs or scripts that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being (though none exists and any dialogue is generated by programming), and we may employ or contract for the paid services of real persons who may interact with you as part of their compensated employment.
Shortly after the registration, the new member soon receives a lot of messages, emails, and chat inquiries. All the messages have only one purpose; that is to animate the newbie to upgrade their account into an expensive premium-membership which will be extended automatically if not terminated on time. This costly membership is necessary if the member wants to reply to all the hot messages he has received. What he doesn’t know is that the chats, texts and emails are written by moderators hiding behind fake profiles or generated by computer bots.
Almost the entire members’ pool is full of fantasy profiles. The portal MegaFlirt.com is a big scam. The operator Safe Escape LTD, based in Essex, in the UK, states this in the terms and conditions. The internet is full of bad reviews about the MegaFlirt.com website and the company which is operating the portal. They manage plenty of other portals, like TrueBootyCall.com, SpiceDates.com and PassionDesire.com, to name just a few. The former members report the moderated chats and that the portal also lures people into expensive subscription traps.