- $4.54 for a 3 day trial subscription which renews at $39.99 per month until you cancel.
- $19.99 for a 30 day (1 month) subscription.
- $40.68 for a 90 day (3 month) subscription.
- $137.04 for a 364 day (one year) subscription.
- Friends: See your friends on your friends list.
- Activity: See who messaged you, sent you instant messages, views, winks, etc.
- Match Feed:
- Inbox: Send and read emails from this section.
- Messages: Read instant messages.
- Notifications: See who browsed your profile, who winked at you.
FatFlirt.com is connected to a whole list of fake hookup sites such as BeNaughty.com, NaughtyDate.com, EbonyFlirt.com, FlirtyDesires.com. So the big question we have is if Fat Flirt is legit or another scam to add to the list? We went undercover and registered as a male member on the site to see the type of experience we would have. We documented everything and have included any evidence we found of wrongdoing in our investigation.
15 Messages (And Counting) From Bot Programs
Just like hundreds of other dating sites that we have exposed for using automated computer bots we found the exact same problem on FatFlirt.com. Within minutes of registering as a free member on the dating service messages from local BBWs started filling our email inbox. For novice web user it seems like a great thing. You're on a dating site and you start getting messages immediately from women who want to meet you for a good time. But that's not what's really happening! The real truth of what's happening is that you're interacting with computer software programs called bots (not real women wanting to hook up with you). As much as you may want to deny it we have all the proof that proves what's really going on.
On the website's terms page they confess that to "boost interaction between their members they use an automatic pop-up notification system" that sends you emails and instant messages as well as activity alerts. This is all automatically generated as we've already stated. The terms and conditions of Fat Flirt backup everything you've just read.
You might be asking yourself what's the point of a dating site sending their own members computer generated fictitious messages? It's all about money. The reason that they send instant messages to people who join their site is to bait them so these free members think that real women are contacting them. Unfortunately when you try to reply back to any messages you've received you will; need to upgrade, this is where they get you! You need to purchase a membership so you can email any members on the web site including the fake ones.
At the end of the day it's all about profit. For the owners of this site using deceptive tricks doesn't bother them one bit. As long as they make a lot of money tricking as many free members as possible into paying for a subscription they will continue to do it.
(Screen shot showing 15 messages we got from computer bots)
Why Would Women Contact A Guy Who Has A Blank Profile?
Why would any girl go out of her way to contact a guy who has no information in his profile? This makes absolutely no sense to us. It makes no sense unless you know what's going on behind the scenes. These aren't real female members viewing your profile. It's all a facade perpetrated by the owners of the site. They want us to believe that women are checking out our profile, but why? Our profile is 100% empty. The only thing we have in the profile is our age and our location. There is not one single photo uploaded to the site
As evidence we've taken a screenshot (see evidence below) of our own profile page just showing your proof that it's empty. In reality there should be absolutely no women contacting us. But we've already received 15 messages on the site as we've already discussed.
We''re stating all of this so you understand that we shouldn't be receiving any messages at all. The computer bots (not women) are the ones sending us messages to lure us into trying to communicate with other members on the site who have contacted us. Unfortunately the only people contacting us are computer software bots not real life human beings.
(Screen shot of the empty profile we are using for our investigation.)
The Site Admits They Create Profiles That Are Managed By Their Employees
The terms and conditions page is a treasure trove that has all the information if you want to know what's really going on. Did you know that this website talks about the fact that they create maintain and manage profiles?They actually admit this in the terms page (section #1)!
Any time a dating site confesses that they are the ones behind creating profiles you should run from that dating service. No legitimate dating service would ever create profile pages. The only reason we've ever seen that a dating site create profile pages is to fill up the site with fake profiles of women.
They're not creating profiles for your benefit, they create profiles for their benefit. By hiring a staff of employees to build and operate these fake profiles they can then control what happens on this site. They can use these fake profiles in conjunction with the automated computer bots to send you pretend messages that look like they're coming from real female members. Unknown to you is the fact that the staff are the ones that are behind the profile messages and the fake profiles.
FatFlirt.com is one big illusion and the epicenter of all of this is the fake profile pages that they are creating. They must literally have a staff of employees that use fictitious profile pics to create a profile for every single photograph. All the information, all the photos and everything else you see in these profiles has been created by employees of this website.
Always Read The Terms It's Where They Hide Their Secrets
We've mentioned the terms and conditions a few times in our review. Below we have included the most relevant parts of the terms page where they talk about how they create staff profiles and use automated notification systems to send you activity alerts to your email inbox, text messaging and instant messaging. All of this is provided to give you as much proof as possible to prove this isn't a truthful honest dating service. Please click on this link to be taken directly to the terms page.
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.
To boost interaction between our members and in order to notify them of newly registered matches and any activity of that new user (i.e. registration, photo upload etc.) we may, from time to time, use an automatic pop up notification system and other communication channels e.g. inbox or instant messages to send Activity Alerts to you.
…Some auto generated Activity Alerts may require an upgraded Paid Membership in order to see the content of message and reply to it.
Hosting Server Info:
- Address Of Host: 75 Broad Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, 10004, USA
- IP Address Of Server: 220.127.116.11
- Name Servers: ns1.ropot.net, ns2.ropot.net
Contact Information :
- Phone: International phone:
- Address: Eldor Holdings Ltd registered at P.O. Box 3159, Quijano Chambers, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands
- Email: [email protected]
What you should take away from our review is this. First of all just because a dating site looks like a dating site doesn't mean it's real. It could have all the functionality that you would expect in a dating site but it could be missing one main ingredient real women. And that unfortunately is exactly the problem with FatFlirt.com.
You may have dodged a bullet with this site by reading our investigation but rest assured that as soon as one dating site is exposed for fraudulent behavior another one pops up. It's like playing a whack a mole where you're constantly on the lookout for the next scam. Always keep your guard up and use common sense. If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is. If you're getting messages from 20 year old women and you're in your 50s used common sense and understand that the chances of that happening are zero.
If you did purchase a subscription on the site you can phone your bank and explain to them that you purchased a membership on an illegitimate online dating service. You should be able to get reimbursed for any amount of money that you spent. Good luck!
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