FlirtMe.com Uses Employees To Message You & Other Tricks To Scam You

 Nov, 14 - 2022   no comments   ReviewsScams

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This investigation will be focussing on a website called FlirtMe.com. We will be explaining exactly what this website is all about. Is it a real dating site where you can  actually meet real women? Or is it a scam? All of those questions will be answered in this detailed review.

Always Look & The Terms & Condition Page

The first thing you should always do is look for the terms and conditions page. At the bottom of every page on dating sites there is a terms of use page link. Surprisingly on all fictitious dating services they outline how they defraud people, and it’s explained on their terms and conditions page!

In section 11 of the terms and conditions they state the following:

“Apps Partner uses professional animators and operators for the entertainment of the Users, who are not identified separately in the system. This Service is provided in the highest quality. Real meetings are not possible with these operators. Users can only send them messages within the portal.”

(screenshot where they admit to using paid employees.)

What Are Professional Animators / Operators ?

Apps Partner is the corporation that operates FlirtMe.com, and they’re telling us that they use something professional animators and operators for the entertainment of the users.

Professional animators / professional operators are paid employees who are paid a salary to interact with you.

When you join the website you will start sending messages to different women on the website unknown to you is that they have professional operators on the website.

The job of a professional operator is to get you to interact with them on the website. Professional animators / operators (same thing) is to hide behind these female profiles on the website. You think you’re interacting with a hot girl who lives five miles away from you but what’s really going on here is your sending messages back and forth with employees (animators / operators) who are paid to chat with you.

These employees will say absolutely anything to get you to purchase something called “coins”. Coins are used on the service to send and reply to messages.

Understand that any messages you’re getting on the site are not from women actually interested in you. These are paid animators that work exclusively for FlirtMe. They pretend as if they are the women in the dating profiles. They are not the women in the profiles they are completely different individuals.

The employees opearating the bogus profiles could be a guy or it could be a girl it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that they’re acting as if they’re interested in you but they’re not. The bottom line is this, and it states on their terms page. Real meetings are not possible with these operators. This tells you that you cannot meet the women in the profile pictures. They are not real local females that you can meet up with for a casual date.That’s never going to happen, because you’re chatting with employees no regular girls looking for casual hookups. It’s all part of their deception to trick you into purchasing coins to interact with non-existent female profiles.

They specifically state that users can only send messages to these paid operators within the portal (website). This whole thing is to trap you’re into their virtual world , you cannot escape it and meet them in person. It’s because you cannot find real women on the website who you can send messages to.

Flirt Me was not built for you to meet any actual real people. The whole website is a  virtual world aka scam.

Fake Computer Generated Chat Messages

Not only are you interacting with paid operators who work on behalf of FlirtMe.com but you’re also receiving computer-generated messages that look like they’re coming from real local women when it’s all a sham.

(screenshot of the 61 emails I received.)

We’ve gotten 61 different messages in our inbox but all of it is phony. Either it’s being sent from a computer bot that can mimic real users, or it could be paid employees also known as operators who are sending us pretend messages.

The goal of this con is to dupe you into purchasing more and more coins in order to chat with the different phony women who send messages to you. It’s all a farce and a scam to trick people into spending as much money as possible on their website, that’s what it’s all about.

Connections To Other Fake Hookup Sites

FlirtMe.com, is associated with other phony sites hookup sites with paid operators. This list includes IFlirts.com, YouFlirt.com and WhatsFlirt.com.

Final Decision

Our suggestion to you is to stay as far away as you can from FlirtMe.com. This website was not built with the intent of bringing real people together. This website was built for one reason and that is to mislead you into purchasing as many coins as possible. The more money you spend the more money that the owners behind FlirtMe can make off of your ignorance. Stay away from this fradulent site you have been warned.

How To Contact Customer Service To Cancel Your Account Etc:

Online Form: https://www.flirtme.com/en-CA/app/support/contact-form
Address: AppsPartner B.V., Looskade 20, 6041LE Roermond, Netherlands

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