VeryChristianSingles.com.au presents itself with a solid landing page. For obvious reasons, they don’t display any erotic pictures on their site. The platform seems to have been designed with good intentions. However, if you keep reading our review, you'll soon find out just how deceitful this dating site is. Firstly, the company behind this platform tricks users into thinking that they don't have to pay anything to use the service. The registration is advertised as being free of charge. Technically, this isn't a lie, but it leads to misunderstandings among new users.
Free registration doesn’t necessarily mean free use. A free registration automatically gives you a basic membership on VeryChristianSingles.com.au. The basic membership only allows users to create a profile and browse the member's area. After that, high costs will occur, but the initial page didn’t mention that anywhere. By not disclosing this information, newcomers who sign up think the website is free to use. It isn’t until after the registration process that they eventually find out that it's not. If users get access to the member's area with a paid subscription, they will start receiving promising messages from supposed partners.
Just a waste of money
The real scam here is that the majority of messages that users had or will receive are fake. We know from experience that a new user hardly gets any attention. However, immediately after creating our profile on VeryChristianSingles.com.au, we've been contacted by more than 10 people within five minutes of joining the site. To find evidence of the rip-off, we had an in-depth look at the terms and conditions.
The company acknowledges that the profiles on the website may not be genuine. This means that they were created and are controlled by “fake chat” operators. The members displayed in profile pictures are not even the ones using the fake profiles. Therefore, real-life meetings with such profiles are impossible.
The following text is excerpted from the Terms and Conditions
By using this service you accept that any member profiles, messages and communication may not be genuine.
The fake chat service might just be one part of the scam. According to some user reviews that we have found online, paid subscriptions could turn into a trap. Since they renew automatically, you need to cancel them to avoid being charged over and over again. Venntro Media Group Ltd is suspected of making the cancellation process very difficult. Former users accused this company from Slough, UK, of ignoring any termination requests. However, we must point out that definitive proof of this rip-off is missing.