The result of our WhatsRoot.com review: WhatsRoot.com turned out to be an insufficient dating website.
- Subscription Rip off
Unlikely to meet
- Very expensive
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WhatsRoot.com offers a free registration but does not inform users about costs later. Plus, the landing page shows some profile pictures, but at the end of our research we found out that this site is a rip-off. The operator is well-known for its huge network of dating sites which are all a subscription scam.
Paidwings AG is responsible for a lot of people losing money, who are looking for a match online. Sad but true, the tricks are always the same. Right after the registration a new member will receive a free membership which does not allow them to read or write messages. A normal subscription is very expensive and the trial membership is a cheeky trap. Moreover, some former members speak of a fake chat as well.
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Details on the WhatsRoot.com review
The online dating website WhatsRoot.com is operated by Paidwings AG, located in Cham, Switzerland, and has many negative reviews on the net. This company is well-known on the internet and has got a terrible reputation. Many hundreds of dating portals belong to the network of this operator which lures its members into a subscription trap.
The tricks are always the same. First of all, the operator advertises with a free registration and some profile pictures on the landing page. Later it turns out that costs will appear for a subscription plus it seems like the profile pictures are all a fake. After the registration a new member will receive a free membership which is useless. With a basic-membership it is not possible to read or write messages plus all profile pictures in the members’ pool will be displayed blurred.
Former users speak of a fake chat
To get started and start a conversation, a paid premium-membership is needed which is quite expensive. But the operator has got a few more tricks for that also. Right after the registration the virtual post box starts to fill up with messages very quickly. Those messages seem to come from fake operators and their fake profiles. We can only assume that, because many former users speak of a fake chat, but the operator does not mention a moderated chat in the terms and conditions.
However, the operator does mention that a subscription will extend automatically if it is not cancelled in time. A normal membership costs a lot of money but a cheap trial membership is offered. The offer sounds great but it is the actual trap. It is not possible to cancel the trial membership in time, so it will extend automatically to a monthly paid premium-membership with high costs.
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The conclusion from our WhatsRoot.com review
WhatsRoot.com is a rip-off with a subscription trap. Both the site and the operator have a bad reputation, as mentioned in many negative reviews on the internet. A trial membership is offered which is a trap as it is not possible to cancel it in time. Then it will renew automatically to an expensive monthly paid membership. Plus, we found some hints about a fake chat but could not prove that.
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Whatsroot is shit. I have been contacted by women with different user names but want me to contact them on the same email address- morons. Other women who can read I’m in Australia sent me their WhatsApp numbers telling me to contact them for sex tonight – their numbers have the North America area code – the other side of the planet. They are not even reading message replies. Just scammers.