Jolly.me Is Working Overtime To Swindle Anyone Who Joins Their Site

 Jun, 08 - 2017   1 comment   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

Cost:

  • $2.97 to buy a 3 day trial to this site.
  • $6.90 to buy a one month subscription package.
  • $40.68 to buy a 3 month subscription package.
  • $47.76 to buy a 6 month subscription package.

Features:

  • Dating: The dating section is where you can choose who's hot or not, you can also see messages from other members..
  • Messages: Read and reply to messages from this section.
  • Coins: Buy coins from this area.

Overview

Jolly.me is a new dating site that is gaining ground. This review has taken us hours to perform and we are providing you as much evidence as possible so you can understand what you're getting into if you join this dating site.

An Open Admission Of The Creation Of Pretend Profiles

Just like every dating site that we investigate we registered and joined the site to see what we could find out. We are experts in uncovering dating scams.We also took the time to read the terms and conditions page (something you should always do) as we always do. The first piece of evidence we would like to discuss is that in the terms and conditions page Jolly.me admits that they do create and use phony profiles throughout their dating service.

We've come across this exact scenario hundreds of times where the dating site admits they're making phony profiles that they then use on their dating service. If they're making phony profiles it means the whole dating site is fake. How can you have a useful dating service with illegitimate members, you can't! Section 11 of the terms and conditions page is where you want to look if you want to read this for yourself.

Proof Of Profiles Using Photos Snagged From Other Sites

Jolly.me is creating fake profiles but there's another question that needs to be answered. If the profiles are in fact illegitimate then where are the profile photographs for the fake profiles being taken from? We have the answer for you. Below we have provided 5 examples of countless profiles that are fictitious on this website.

We also included links to where you can find those exact photos on the original sites where they were stolen from. Some of the sites are porn sites, some are social media sites and others are image hosting site. Some of the profiles images have also been found on romance scammer sites which prove even more so that these are in fact fake profiles created to rip off people.

Since we've already proved that the website is creating phony profiles it only makes sense they are the ones using these copying or stealing these photographs from other websites and using them to create the phony Pages. It could be romance scammers but chances are it would probably be the websites owners.


(This is Jessica Clements. She is a YouTube Star as well as other social media platforms. The chances of her creating a profile on Jolly. Me are zero. Her photograph has been taken from her social media sites without her consent and then used to create a phony profile page on Jolly.me. You can see the links where this exact photo is located below.)


( This profile photo was found on a romance scammer website which lists fake profiles that are used to scam people on dating sites.)

  • https://www.romancescam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=498620
  • https://s31.postimg.org/hia8fu2fb/1013675_280921402051625_552046056_n.jpg
  • https://postimg.org/image/hia8fu2fb/


(The profile photo below was also found on a romance scammer website. This is only more proof that we're dealing with phony profiles and possibly romance scammers and also website itself creating phony profiles as well.)

  • http://www.delphifaq.com/faq/images/343237.jpg
  • http://www.delphifaq.com/faq/russian_marriage_scams/f8378_0.htm

  • http://www.nextdoortease.com/thumbs/17022.jpg
  • http://www.nextdoortease.com/galleries/sweet_krissy/sweet_krissy_neon_pink/


(Without much effort we found three Jolly.me profiles listed on romance scammer websites. If we spent a few hours digging through all the profiles on Jolly.me we could probably find many more phony profiles connected to romance scams.)

  • https://postimg.org/image/4hegmagar/
  • https://www.romancescam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&p=324439&t=63307

Screenshot Of Our Profile That Has No Photos

We took a screenshot of one of the email messages we got from a female on the site. In the message she states "Tell me the secret, how did you get such a great photo?" The reason that's a telltale sign this site is using automated bots to send us messages is because our profile page doesn't have pictures in it. Why then would one of the female members say that we have such a great photo in our profile? It doesn't make any sense because what's really happening is a bot is sending us emails not a real person. If it was really a girl sending us that email message she would know full well that our profile doesn't have any pictures in it. You need to watch out for any messages you get on the site because most likely they're going to be automated messages and not real messages from real people.


(Screenshot of a phony message proving the site is using bots.)


(Screenshot of our fake profile page.)

All The Proof You Need Is In The Terms

The terms and conditions page has a lot of proof showing that the site is all rigged in the favor of the site. This obviously isn't a real dating site built and designed to bring people together it's the exact opposite. The site has thousands of fake profiles. In the terms and conditions page they mention that they create profiles which are created maintained and managed by their employees. They call these artificial profiles "Staff Profiles". In the terms and conditions page they confess that they use an automatic algorithm that sends messages to people on the site. You can read all of this in the two paragraphs we've included below. Or click on this link to be taken directly to the terms and conditions page (check section #11) and read it on their website.

  1. Jolly.me provides assistance and guidance through its customer care representatives. We may, from time to time, create profiles which are created, maintained and managed by our employees (“Staff Profiles”). The purpose of these Staff Profiles is to enable us to ensure our Services are operating properly by testing the Services, features and functionalities, and to research our products and Services. All Staff Profiles will be identifiable as such and in the event that you opt to communicate or interact with a Staff Profile you will be made aware of the nature of this Staff Profile.

  2. The Service operates an algorithm for the automatic allocation of attention and activity. The algorithm automatically determines users with insufficient incoming and outgoing activity, and then sends from the user a welcome message to the most appropriate contact (another user of the Service, defined as the most appropriate contact for the user by the algorithm). The task of the algorithm is to allocate the attention and activity among users of the Service. Automatic messages generated by algorithm differ from the standard messages in style and are easy to sprawl.

Hosting Server Info:

Contact Information :

  • Phone: 1-800-489-6091
  • Addresses:Communitainment LP(12 South Bridge, Suit 1, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH 1 1DD, Great Britain). Registration number: SL24873
    Renderwison LTD(1 Apriliou,47 Demetriou Building 2, 1st floor, Flat Office 12, 3117, Limassol, Cyprus). Registration number: HE 348713
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Web Page: Jolly.me/support

Final Decision:

Jolly.me is like a rigged card game where you think everyone is playing fair but the house has the upper hand because they rigged it in their favor. It doesn't matter what you do, you always end up being a loser. That's the exact scenario happening on Jolly.me. From them admitting they use virtual profile pages makes this site useless. If you can't find real women on the site to meet in real life what's the point of joining their dating service?

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 Comments 1 comment

  • ALEJANDRO says:

    THESE PEOPLE OF JOLLY ME ARE SCAMERS THE 100% OF THE PROFILES ARE FAKE  I TAKE CONTACT TO FBI TO PURSUIT THIS CRIMINALS.


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