Learn Why QuickFlirt.com Is Full Of Fake Profiles

 Nov, 28 - 2014   92 comments   ReviewsScams

Website Details:

QuickFlirt.com homepage


  • $4.47 to buy a 3 day trial subscription to the dating service.
  • $39.99 to buy a 1 month subscription to the dating service.
  • $83.97 to buy a 3 month subscription to the dating service.
  • $119.94 to buy a 6 month subscription to the dating service.


  • Messages: Send and reply to email messages from this section.
  • Views: See who has viewed your profile.
  • Winks: See who has sent you a wink.
  • Friends: See who is on your friends list.
  • Chat rooms: Chat with people in the chat rooms.


QuickFlirt.com is owned and operated by the same people behind NaughtyFlirt.com, WildMeets.com, WildDate4Sex.com, IAmNaughty.com and SpicyMatch.com. Our full investigation on this dating site is available for you to read below.

15 Emails Messages In 30 Minutes

One of the things that always points to the site being fake is the amount of emails you receive minutes after registering on the dating site. We have been registered on this site for about 30 minutes and we have already received 15 emails. This may not seem like a big deal but once you take into account that our dating profile for this investigation is empty, with no photographs and no information there would be absolutely no reason for anyone to be interested in contacting us.

Why then have we already received 15 e-mail messages in such a short time? It's because all these email messages are automated and no one is actually sending them to us. This website uses sophisticated software programs to mimic real people and with the software they can detect that you are a member of this site they have your email address and from there they just send you email messages all day long. This makes it seem as if you are being contacted by real women who want to hook up. The real scam is is that if you try to read the email messages or contact the women, you are asked to pay for an upgraded subscription before you can continue. This is why they send out fake email messages, to trick you into upgrading so thy can make money off of you. You're basically interacting with a computer software program and no humans whatsoever. It's all a con.

Soo Many Women But Are They Even Real?

As we mentioned in the above section all the email messages we received came from fictitious women. This means that their profiles are completely fake. All of the images in the profiles are phony and all the information is fake. These fictitious profiles have been created by QuickFlirt.com. The reason they create fake females dating profiles is to make it appear as if the site has many more women than it actually does. In order to lure men into paying for a monthly subscription they have to make it appear as if the site is full of attractive looking women looking to hook up. The truth is far from that however with under 1% of the women on this site being real. They deceive you to get you to purchase a monthly membership, that's how they make their money and they are willing to do anything to deceive and trick you into doing that.

Many of the female profiles on this site uses photos of amateur porn stars and have images on other sites where they are nude etc. We have included (see evidence below) with links to the direct pages were these exact same images can be found on those image sites. Please note that we didn't go through every single profile for the simple fact that it would have taken days if not weeks to do so. A small sample of images proves that many of these dating profiles are in fact phony.

Also the terms and conditions page clearly states that this website is involved in the creation and fabrication of fictitious dating profiles, which you can read below.

We have included the sentences from the terms and conditions page which clearly states this fact below:

  1. You acknowledge and agree that some of the profiles posted on the Website that you may communicate with as a Registered User may be fictitious.
  2. The website utilizes automated system profiles to communicate with Users to enhance our Users’ entertainment experience.
  3. You acknowledge and agree that some of the profiles posted on the Website that you may communicate with as a Registered User may be fictitious.
  4. The user profiles we create are not intended to resemble or mimic any actual persons.
Below are links to adult image sites that has the exact same images:
  1. https://whatboyswant.com/forums/read/143949
  2. http://www.culosadictos.com/pija-amateur-divirtiendose-con-su-dildo-rojo/
Below is a link to an adult image site that also has the exact same image:
  • http://www.imagebam.com/image/848a778545236#

The "Browsed You" Deception

Another part of their deception is the use of computer software programs to make it appear as if people have been browsing your profile. The reason why they make it appear as if women have viewed your profile is because you will want to see who viewed your profile. Then when you try to communicate back to those women you have to upgrade to a paid subscription to email them. Unfortunately there is no reason to contact them since the women supposedly browsing your profile aren't even real to begin with. In a short time frame 12 "women" browsed our profile (see evidence below).


Terms & Conditions Page

The last part of our evidence is in the terms and conditions page. All this info is available on the terms page, the most important parts can be read below.

  • The messages they send are computer generated.
  • Messages from the user profiles we create attempt to simulate communications so that should you become a paid Member you are encouraged to participate in more conversation and to increase interaction among fellow paid Members.
  • we will utilize our automated system profiles to communicate with Users to enhance our Users’ entertainment experience.

Hosting Server Info:

  • Address Of Host: Vincenti Buildings 28/19, Suite 1374, Strait Street Valletta
  • IP Address Of Server:
  • Name Servers: NS1.ROPOT.NET, NS2.ROPOT.NET

Contact Information :

  • Phone: +1 2127965746 and 1-800-489-6091
  • Addresses: Vincenti Buildings, 28/1, (Suite No. 1374), Strait Street, VLT 1432, Valletta
    Katalanou, 1 office, 101 2121 Aglantzia Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Email: [email protected]

Final Decision:

This site uses almost every trick in the book to deceive you into upgrading and buying a subscription. How can you trust a site that admits to using fake profiles, we can't.

Search For Women

If you want to search for real females, then look at these legitimate dating sites.

File A Report

  • Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you feel that you have been scammed or ripped off.

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 Comments 92 comments

  • nick says:

    (216) 649-2898
    (630) 206-4350
    I did my own investigation on quickflirt
    These are both computerized number
    I didn’t part take in what they were giving me
    They are web cam models
    They won’t tell you their names
    I don’t what kid of pics they send
    On a smart phone
    You can copy emails sent to
    And paste them on notepad
    You can see what they are sending without buying into monthly subscription

    • Germar watts says:

      How do I get quick flirt to stop messaging me

    • paul says:

      two other site are loveaholics and lonely milf as soon you sign up you fake women email you upgrade for fuck all

    • Admin says:

      Thanks for the info Nick, appreciate your info on the computerized numbers.

    • Lou Sp. says:

      Out of curiosity, I created a profile.. didn't put my info on it yet.. No pics, nothing.. and with in 5min. Had 26 emails, Likes, winks etc…  pretty funny considering I had no info up… ANY guy who falls for this fraudulent website deserves to lose their money

  • william bennett says:

    On the very first page I found an imposter (sheeprynce) I can't believe this shit!  I just moved to Florida and the profile I mentioned is up there from several differant cities!!

  • william bennett says:

    I just posted comment and you fucking erased it! Assholes!

  • Stuarty says:

    If you read Quickflirts terms of use they say that they do not use fake profiles. If you find they are using fake profiles can you not take legal action against them. Yes they will have excuses, but it might stop them for a while. Is there nobody you can advise about their false claims.

  • Bronzino says:

    Thank you guys so much for your help because I was just about to enter my credit card info and i thankfully I decided to investigate a Lil before I do. You guys saber me from being conned thank you!

  • peck says:

    Hi guys i have purchased a subscription. How can i get this cancelled without keep being charged….please help

    • Admin says:

      call your bank and get them to reverse the charges for you.

      • pat says:

        i have same problem. just get account switched

      • aj says:

        I was so stupid i sign up to the 3 day trial and got charge 25$ i instanly found out it was fake so i reached the website and ask them to cancel the account so i got an email from then saying its been cancel then i call my bank and told them about the situation and i told them if this website takes anymore money from me i will block my account and the bank said they will return all my money back but i let quickflirt keep my 25$ cause i admid i fuck up nd register on a site without doing a little research first and on the term of quickflirt it says that if you try and lie to the bank that u never pay to sign up with them then u get your credit messed up and they had alot of proves that i really did pay to sign up cause i had sent them and email already trying to cancel the account

      • James Waltec says:

        Have CAUTION! That may not work as you think. I was part of it when they refused to cancel, kept saying they did, counting on you not watching your cc statement, they still were. In compensation they offered a month's free, you say no, but they refuse to refund, blaming you for not noticing day one. And THEN WE FOUND OUT SIX MONTHS LATER they were charging us again after we thought we were finally rid of them. The Credit Card Company explained that they sign you up as a 'reward winner or bonus' for like the longest six month membership, but you'll only see it charging you again after the first six months had past. And it goes on an on. They are ALL AFFILIATED TOGETHER, and will try to pass the con onto others they say you signed onto. Ever remember being given a pop-up to another site, Russian nudes or something? or what seemed to be the exact same site but say blue or red or orange instead of yellow? instead of flirt, blackflirt, well like MCAFEE DAMN THEIR SOULS, YOU WERE AUTOMATICALLY SIGNED UP BY BEING THERE AND NOT FINDING THE LITTLE WEE BOX THAT SAYS 'UNCHECK".

        Seriously, someone has to get this lot, all of them, their all related like Cupid and only getting bolder and worse. More men are being blackmailed, families lives businesses destroyed adn two more men committed suicide this last New Years over this shit.

        Someone do something.

        • Admin says:

          Hi James,

          Thanks for informing us about how QuickFlirt.com is scamming people by using their credit cards and continuing to build them even though they said they have cancelled and stopped charges. This is very disturbing, you should you should contact the Better Business Bureau and also the Federal Trade Commission if you live in the United States. These people are nothing but scammers. And the fact that it’s a website makes it even more ridiculous. It’s an ongoing scam hiding in plain sight but law enforcement is doing nothing about it. Once again thanks for commenting we appreciate your valid input into our investigation of QuickFlirt.com.

    • Justin says:

      I have the same problem did u get urs unsubscribe 

    • Ben says:

      I had the same problem, i called my bank and told them i assigned for a trial at something, but i cant get off the subscribtion, and it will charge every month, and then they told me block the card and get a new one from the bank


    • Furfix77 says:

      Need to cancel under my 14 day cooling of period please get bk to me regarding this 


      Many thanks

    • Raphael34108 says:

      The site has definately all of the signs of a scam. My credit card was charged twice in one morning for one subscription. Fortunately mycredit card company went on alert immediately and denied the charges. The card was cancelled and a new card is going to be issued.

    • John says:

      If you payed on credit card through iTunes , go to iTunes , then , manage , then turn renewal off 

  • pat says:

    or is there something else to be done?

    • lee says:

      hi report your card stolen or that you suspect fraud has taken place, that will get your card blocked and they wont be able to bill it again 

  • monique says:

    U think thats bad try finding out someone made u a profile and put a.bunch of your pics up. This is the third site that has it. So i have to keep fb blocked to prevent it from happening

  • jorge says:

    They told me that i used fake information and i need to pay 72 dollars what should i do

  • Derek says:

    Unfortunately, I only found out about your review of this site after I agreed to join.
    Not mentioned in your report of this site are three additional scams they operate.
    When you decide to join site, they bill your Credit Card with £34.99. However, if you reply to a message received, you have automatically agreed to a £24.99 upgrade just to reply to an albeit false message.
    Second problem, once you join site is 90% of emails received are from a "Site Administrator" requesting email details to gain a "HookUp ID" to guarantee safety of respondents. Because site had my email details I queried this using "Contact Us" facility and received an email confirming it was a "scam". When I phoned 0344 482 8868 to complain none of the 50+ profiles I'd reported to site for this scam had been deleted from the site, the operator told me "It is not their scam" so there is no obligation by QuickFlirt to delete these profiles as scammers.
    Third problem, even if you pay both the £34.99 and £24.99 then the remaining 10% of "Contacts" only want to chat via SMS at £1.50 a message. Tried contacting some of these using on-site messenger, it became obvious these were "Cupids" and not genuine profiles. In other words, since your review, QuickFlirt have got greedier, not only inventing profiles, but trying to charge £1.50 a message to reply!

  • Hate freak says:

    And you wonder why I hate girls.

    this shit is deppressing me to death' nothing is real anymore.

    the created of this website was nothing but a Filthy, Jewish, money loving, Kike boy.

    i wish death on him, and I hope his child dies in his wife's womb. His children I hope someone rapes them and sells there bodies to a child murderer.

    the hook nosed cunts own we on which makes me wonder is the Jews run the feminist frilly horse.

    simply saying these dating websites only work in female favors.

    • Fred says:

      Granted the women on the Web and other sites can use their looks to lure you to spend money along with other stuff too.  Your "Jewish" remark was uncalled for and meaingless in this forum. So cut it out!

  • Anonamoose says:

    I found I as deluged with 25 year olds from all over the world.Some said they just moved to my area, not even close. I haven't communicated with anyone who seems real. Even the age appropriate ads are fake, several in my area are French and there are very few French here. The answers are ridiculous and change from texting to proper sentences but not much sense. they won't answer questions and disappear when the conversation changes to more details, but they stay online. I have a long list of blocked profiles and reported 2 of every 3 that contact me as they want to go offsite for pictures. Messages to tech support yield "we don't screen them and we aren't responsible". They passed several I reported as scammers so I stopppped reporting them. This is another scam site with paid people that keep you chatting so you will buy more time. Not the first I have seen either. Xpress.com is the same with fake profiles and stolen picts.

  • Ckamman says:

    I'm ashamed to admit it but they got me. Then adminstrtion wrote me told me I had to make another purchase or they were gonna send out a warrant for my arrest. Tried tellin me i wouldn't have to pay but then said i would be reimbursed within 7 days. I told em fck off. Don't kno how they figured that they would put warrant out for my arrest lol wonder how many people they get with that one

  • soleo says:

    Hi guys, i fuckin paid for this shit, who know how to stop paying? ? Please i most know

    • smartAss says:

      Report card stolen …report bank account info compromise… Done deal…that’s for debit. …for credit.. Report card stolen and dispute charges.. Put card on freeze… I know this not the honest way but neither is getting fucked over..good luck guys…try plenty of fish. Com ….its free to use 100%

  • Anonamoose says:

    One more scam to add to thier repertoire, double billing. I called and cancelled my membership, because you can't do any billing changes on line and they said they billed me the $4.47 on 1 day but actually billed me $1.49 twice each day for 3 days. the call center refused to beleive it and hung up on me. They were lost and argued continuously. I had to call my credit card company and reverse the charges.It seems like very little money but all my dealing with this company have been a problem. It is one scam after another.

    This company operates outside of North America so they avoid prosecution.

  • Guido says:

    This site is a waste, spammers with automated emails/texts

    If you try and cancel make sure you call or they will go ahead and bill you for a month anyways

    Dont tell customer service that the site sucks or they will get upset and threaten to drop the call

  • Brian says:

    After less that 24 hours on the site, I noticed that I was getting the same exact messages from different users. I determined that the messages and users must be fake. To deactivate , go to your profile which is the far round icon on the top right of your screen with your profile picture. Go to My Settings and click on Remove Account. Follow the rest of the steps.

  • Fungirl says:

     Most of these replies seem to be by men, but I met a man that seem to be everything I could ever want after two months of emailing all he wanted me to do was send him money. He threatened to stop "loving" me if I didn't send him money! How real is this?!  I have never even met this man! Send him money? And he also typed as he spoke and had an accent. My instructions were to go to Western Union and send him $600. He was in dire straits and needed me to save him! Of course I did not send him money. I may want love in my life but I'm certainly not willing to buy it. So I only wonder how many women has he scammed out of money.

    • Davod says:

      I had same thing but it was on craigslist nothing fakes I waist year YEARS On that site save your all the time could of had back they are verify people and this site click and hey I live in states but I'm on a trip for charity  as some worker that move to another country temporary  do not believe they will talk to you or video chat and are absolutely adimate you do it there way.  And send them money.  They use poor me sad tragedy stories to send them money and if they dont get it they stop being interested in you. They give what you want to here. And can't explain where there family to help them or friends. 


  • Ryan says:

    did the three day trial before i figured out it was a scam. Im only on my first day so ive only been charged 1.49. I canceled my subscription and got an email saying i did so i wont be charged when the trial is up(hopefully). I emailed them saying i would like to cancel and get a refund because i was getting nothing but spam accounts. What would my best course of action be? Has anybody actually filed a report with the better business bureau?

  • Thanks says:

    Thank you for this info, I will now NOT pay for upgrade. As you said, I got bombarded with emails minutes after posting my free page. For so many mails, it MUST be fake computer generated!

  • robert2015 says:

     i got scammed,i was lazy to do the research on quickflirt,first paid for 1 day trail months ago which was $1 i guess, my trail ended because now i paid for 1day trail again,i click next,so then now im on the next page,it says continue ,i thought okay" continue'to pay one dollar ,but i did see it showed i chose $21 option i thought it cant choose it"because i didnt fill in the bulletpoint to choose the twenty one dollar option,so i clicked continue,i thought my $1 didnt go through so i thought,thats good.because i dont feel to good about this site,but then i started getting messages and such,i checked my account ,it said $1 charged $21charged

    …..what im trying to say, to quickflirt members is,….when we choose stop rebilling,then send it to the company,,do they stop rebilling you ????completely.


  • christopher says:

    I did the 3 , trial and saw all the webcam models and fake names so I stopped going on the site and just left it. But I got an email saying I have to login and verify I'm not a fake so I clicked on it and it too me to another site to sign up. The email also said if I didn't verifythey would fine me $300 do I do it or they just tring to get me to sign up to another site?

    • Roger says:

      place is a total scam!!! Thought I'd try it just to be harrasred saying I had to verify or be fined 300.00!!  Wtf!   Went thru customer support to remove profile and cancel!!! Think it is time to forward info to Feds for credit fraud

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  • pitbull7777 says:

    It's not that I only want to see naked pictures of women on quick flirt.  I haven't found a new girlfriend in a long time.  I realize that everything is at the push of a button now a days.  I want to get away from computer love too.  There's too many betraying women in my life now.

  • Scott says:

    The site has charged me twice and on this persons profile it said she lived not far from me and when I asked her about the place (duns) its called. She didn't have a clue what I was talking about. How do I get my money back?

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  • Daniel says:

    I was a member for a 2 days. I was chatting with a few supposedly local women before i got suspicious. It is fairly impressive chat bot software I have to admit. But they would ignore specific questions about anything local and always steer it back to talking aout sex. They even flatly denied and feigned insult when I asked one of them "how do I know you are real?".

    I was not 100% sure, but the answers were just a bit weird and out of context. It became downright creepy!

    I seem to have managed to cancel my account successfully – I had to call a number and quote my account reference. Nothing has been charged to my card yet except the 3-day payment which is pending. Fingers crossed.

  • Russ says:

    I paid but with debit card which I purchased JUST for

    this site.  I contacted EVERY profile within 100 miles

    in the age group 60 – 78.  There were zero replies.

    Only the same scammers mentioned above.

    I believe the site is 100% scam.  This is putrid since

    so many folks could benefit.  IS THERE A LEGIT SITE



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    Thanks alot!  U guys save my week! 

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  • levern dixon says:

    I'm reading some comments here about quick flirts and I did a 3 day trial at .99 a day and was charged an extra 21.00 which I did not authorized an the females don't talk to u on phone they make up every excuse not to talk my belief is it's a scam 

  • Gullible lonely man says:

    What a mug I am! Looking for company on the Internet . Being scammed wishing that mutually enjoyed company was the want of myself and a woman in the same situation.

    At a low point in my life I have contacted this organisation for a three day trial. Now I have to face the nightmare of cancellation including phoning me bank and explaining what a total idiot I am. I can imagine the bank call centre having a laugh at my expense.

    My low point is now desperately low. What was the point? And it has cost me money. I feel as if I have been talking to the fridge with a centrefold picture sellotaped to the door throwing money in the bin.

    If anybody reads this and acts accordingly then this is an honest and genuine account.


    • Hate being taken says:


      Don't beat yourself up, this website, Datingbusters.com was created because millions of lonely men and women are being taking by 100's of fake web dating sites.  Itis normal to want companionship and responding to an ad offering you what you want is also normal. The scamers are making millions which means you aren't alone. I also signed up to this Quickflirts.com and lost money. I take it as a lesson in life, be careful control your desires and check here first before you sign up. That said if you want what you were looking on Quickflirt go to either Passion.com or Fbookhookups.com.  These sites are real, will not steal your money and you can get the type of erotic fun you were looking for without the nasty scam.


      To Datingbusters.com thank you for your efforts this site is doing more then the Federal Government to identify and prevent fraud in this area. It seems the mob is making a killing at men and women's expense and nobody wants to talk about it. It seems, real casual sex adult hookup sites can exist and make money. So one way to put an end the date site ripoff is to open up the topic to the mainstream media, and have frank discussion about it. Erotic enjoyment is something a lot of people want and the web is a great tool for it. It should be safe, and enjoyable. 


      As long as men and women continue to hide and feel ashamed about joining these sites the con-artist's will keep making money.  Don't be blackmailed by your own shame. Let's talk and let's demand truth in advertising. 

      • Admin says:

        Thanks for the kind words Mike.  And yes these sites can operate because of the embarrassment of using “hookup sites”. People who get scammed would rather not complain as to not embarrass themselves. If you get scammed leave a comment trust us it is making a difference when people search on Google for info on these dating sites.

  • Quickflirt.com is a huge scam says:

    Stay away from those scammers.

    I was stupid enough to signup and they totally ripped me off.

    I asked for a refund and cancellation of the repeated billign, but they did ignore request and charged me again.

    Then I requested a full refund again, but they just keep ignoring my request and stating that it was my fault that, as I have accepted the terms. Although I had requested the cancellation of my account and full refund, the only thing they did manage was to cancel the repeated billging, but only after writing several email.s

    However, I didn't even receive a reply from the for my last message where I did explain them that I had requested the cancellation via the support in time and therefore they should refund the money. They just ignore that. Never heard back from them anymore.

    In addition I had reported that the website has bugs, the support replied that they are having technical issues, but then I never heard back from them.

    The site itself is full of FAKE profiles and Nigerian / Ghanese scammers.

    STAY AWAY from quickflirt.com as they are the biggest SCAM ever!

    I am so pissed off for two reasons:

    1. me being so stupid to signup there and paying for upgrade.

    2. Them for not refunding any money and keeping ignoring me.

    Any serious company would refund the money asap without any futher questions asked.

    But those gready bastards just take your money and then run away!ui

  • Craig says:

    has anyone who has paid for an upgrade been then cancelled been charged again like ID theft etc?

  • Mark says:

    The way you go about this for any dating site is to get a $5 gift card and use it to pay for a trial membership. If they try to take more than the advertised fee, it won't happen. Also no automatic renewals. I agree that prob 95% of the women of Quick Flirt are not real but the other 5% are the fugly ones who weigh in excess of 250 lbs and take a selfie inside a filthy house. I am a fugly bastard so I know one when I see one. If you are into fugglies, you might just get lucky!

  • hardandcrazy says:

    hey lads i met some girl on this site she get email and send some photos .we want to make NSA in hotel but need pay first 200 pounds on some account in philipphines and after that they booking hotel room .whats U think about that?? im afraid is some trick to lose my money .I ask her why she dont want meet just normal at mie or at her house or book normal hotel whitout hook up site to booking hotel

  • trickshots says:

    *okay we will send the warrant of arrest to you for refusing all the link wile you are still in our site that's why goodluck to you if there is a police go to your house and arrest you for refusing all the link by the Site your still there . .*


    This is the kinda s**t they're emailing me 

    • Admin says:

      It’s all lies, don’t believe all this garbage.

      • trickshots says:

        Thanks for replying. I told the person emailing me to send me a picture of them holding a sign saying "I am real" and I said I'll validate my account  (but I was lying) and what they sent me back had me laughing 



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  • Ian says:

    I've sent them an email requesting that they remove all my data from there database and that they are incurring administration charge boy they are in for a shock I intend to sue in the UK for 800 pounds sterling that will fuck up there credit rating

  • AK says:

    Someone has used my moms name, picture and phone number on two of these sites, she had to change her number and once a man had actually looked up where she lives and one evening he knocked on her door! VERY SCARY!! We have tried to contact these sites to try to get the profiles taken down, but we don't get any replies from them.

    Any suggestions on what we should do? We live in Sweden.

    • Admin says:

      You can try contacting QuickFlirt.com here:

      • Phone: +1 2127965746 and 1-800-489-6091
      • Addresses: Vincenti Buildings, 28/1, (Suite No. 1374), Strait Street, VLT 1432, Valletta
        Katalanou, 1 office, 101 2121 Aglantzia Nicosia, Cyprus
      • Email: [email protected]

      or contact your police?

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  • cheated says:

    My question is does quick flirt automatically send you a thanks for registering with them if you haven't registered? Meaning do you have to register to get the thank you letter or do they just randomly send out a email saying thank you for registering even if you didn't register? Or did my boyfriend really sign up for this shit? He claims he didnt, but i have major doubts!

    • Admin says:

      We have personally received emails and when you clicked on the link in the emails it signs you up to Quickflirt.com and then we got “thankyou for registering emails”. Spammers can be sneaky bastards.

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  • Jim says:

    Thanks guys just seen this in the nick of time thank god ,damm scammers ,thanks again

  • Peter says:

    Same problem – paid for 3 days trial subscription and discovered that my subscription will be automaticaly repeated for a month (never asked for that!). There is no way to cancell it online – they provide some foregin suspicious phone number to call – God only knows how much it will cost to call it – I am not gonna give it a try. I am going to report my card as lost as I do not see any other option. `therefore they will be not able to charge me any more.

    ps. All profiles who have contacted with me for this short time were fake and there was plenty of them. Be aware of this scam.

    • Admin says:

      Hi Peter thanks for commenting. Yes unfortunately Quickflirt.com is fake and all the profiles are fake. Thanks for leaving a comment.


      • Robin Jefferson says:

        Idont wish to be involved Please confirm to me that I have not paid you a fee .I am sick of clearing my spam where your advices go

        Iawait your advices  Robin Jeffersonm

  • RyGuy says:

    Weird question but in the terms and conditions it says they use "staff profiles" but then it reads that "all staff profiles will be identifiable as such and in the event you opt to communicate or interact with staff profiles you will be made aware of the nature of this staff profile"

    my question is how are the "staff profiles" identified?? I know it's a giant SCAM site but if they do not make you aware that you are about too or are chatting with a "staff profile" couldn't they be sued for breach of contract seeing that in their own terms that they will identify the fake profiles, so does anybody know how those profiles are marked so we know it's a fake profile? 

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