At first sight, the landing page of SeniorDatingAgency.com looks professional, and has a modern design. This dating platform for mature singles over 50 is currently available in 7 countries, including UK, Australia, Canada, and South Africa. The landing page shows a happy mature couple, without any sexual images. As we scroll down the page, we see more information about the services that this site offers.
The registration is free, and it is easy to enter your details and your preferences. The platform is also extremely easy to navigate, which is an advantage for senior users.
Unfortunately, we found many bad reviews about the operator of this site. Venntro Media Group Ltd runs several dating platforms and most of them are scams. Subscriptions on this site are a rip-off. But that is not the only concern that we have about this site.
Data Protection concerns
The company behind SeniorDatingAgency.com has a whole network of similar dating platforms and acknowledges the use of user details on associated sites. We could not find any mention of the use of fake chat operators or fake profiles. But we were able to find a passage about the use of members’ personal data on other websites. In our opinion, this method is suspicious as user details may be used on other websites without their knowledge.
The following statement is from the terms and conditions
The Service is offered through and accessible through a number of other websites in addition to the Site. By registering with the Site you acknowledge and accept that all Content that you post to the site may be searchable and available to users of the Service who access it via different web sites from the Site.
To interact with other users, customers must sign up for an expensive membership. This so-called membership is a subscription trap and will renew automatically. An automatic renewal is not always a bad thing. But the problem is, cancelling the subscription seems to be extremely difficult. We have reviewed other websites from the same operator, and we had the same experience. People who have used the website before are warning about a subscription trap.