The landing page of MyCrushFinder.com seemed quite legit, even though it doesn't provide potential subscribers with much information. The modern design that it has is appealing, but a website that lacks information is never a good sign. It has a few intriguing pictures that display some of the latest members that will supposedly entice newcomers. Seeing all the good-looking people on the landing page; one could only dream about the kind of experience that he/she could expect if they decide to sign up.
Since there wasn’t much else to explore, we immediately decided to create a profile to fully test the platform. As we were quite familiar with the based London, UK company, SkyLoop Digital Ltd, we suspected that MyCrushFinder.com may not be the effective dating portal that it claimed to be. All the other platforms operated by this company are nothing more than fake chat scams. As soon as we accessed the member's area, our initial scepticism of the website increased.
Who is writing to us?
Within minutes after our registration, we had already received several explicit messages from hot-looking girls. This would never happen on an honest dating platform, especially with a profile like ours that doesn't display any pictures. Our sudden popularity is a major clue that MyCrushFinder.com is a rip-off. To find evidence of the scam, we had an in-depth look at all the legal documents.
The following passage is from the Terms and Conditions
The Service is a digital Fantasy chat service for adults. The profiles are solely provided for the entertainment of Users. The interaction between the User and other profiles may simulate real life discussion and role playing in order to fulfill the applicable fantasy. However, the Service is not a dating platform, and it is not possible to meet the fictional profiles in person.
High costs for a digital service
The site's dating service provider admitted that the profiles on MyCrushFinder.com are not operated by genuine users. They are controlled by “fake chat” operators whose job is to entertain users with erotic conversation. The longer the chat goes on, the more money users will end up spending. Users will be required to pay separately for every message that they want to send by using coins. Coins are virtual tokens that can be purchased on the platform and exchanged for messages.
Depending on how many coins you decide to buy, the cost of every single message is between 1.5 NZD and 2.5 NZD. Since all the profiles are fake, this is just a massive waste of money.