On the landing page, the operator constantly mentions the fact that signing up on MySecretFling.com is free. Thanks to a successful formula, finding a match is easy. All the claims made on here sound promising, so we understand why so many people have registered. The many user reviews help us a lot, especially since all the users have the exact same complaint. This dating site is an expensive fake chat scam.
We noticed the 5-star review put on display on the landing page. There is no information concerning the origin of that rating. It certainly is not consistent with all the negative reviews we could find on the internet. Many users report that all the other members who are chatting with you are fake. There is a statement that users must confirm before entering the page.
Excerpt from the Terms & Conditions (as of 01/07/2021)
The purpose of this website is to enable (erotic) chat conversations between fictitious profiles and users and contains fictitious profiles. Physical meetings are not possible with these fictitious profiles.
5.3 Gate Switch Development B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send messages on mysecretfling.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.
Most people do not care too much about statements like these and accept them without reading everything. This is crucial, since the existence of fictitious profiles already indicates that there is something wrong here. In this case, the fake profiles are taken over by moderators, also known as fake chat operators. They are employees of the operating company who do not even try to arrange a real-life date on MySecretFling.com. It is their job to start conversations with the users and keep them going.
High cost of chatting and zero chance of meeting real people
Furthermore, we learn that virtual “credits” are necessary to send chat messages to other members. We can buy credits in the shop at any time. In fact, the operator wants us to buy new credits repeatedly. The fake chat operators are told to have interesting conversations with us. So, we will send more messages, which also costs us more money.The company responsible for this fake chat scam is Gate Switch Development BV based in Deventer, in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, this is not our first experience with this Dutch operator.
According to the many negative reviews on the internet, nobody really has anything positive to say about this company.