There’s Nothing Free About, It’s Actually A Credit Card Scam

 Nov, 15 - 2022   3 comments   ReviewsScams

A Breakdown Of Why Not To Trust


This review is on a website called This dating site looks like it’s a legitimate website to interact and find local women for casual hookups. However with all things you need to scratch below the surface to see if this is actually the case or are there’s other things going on behind the scenes that you might not be aware.

How The Deception Works

Before even creating our account they wanted us to agree to the use of something called “Fantasy Flirts”.

“In the in the gray fine print it states “by proceeding I certify that I’m 18 years old when I agree to the terms, privacy policy and use of fantasy flirts.”

(screenshot where you need to agree that you know the site use Fantasy Flirts. )

We will dig deeper into exactly what Fantasy Flirts are. We can quickly tell you that these are not going to be real legitimate women. Fantasy Flirts are fake profiles used to dupe people into upgrading and giving the owners of this site your credit card information.

The Terms Page Is A Treasure Trove Of Evidence

We went directly to the terms and conditions page to see if there is any evidence of wrongdoing, misleading and deceptive business tactics. And the paragraph below  was staring at us.

“You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots related to our “Fantasy Flirts” (FF) program. Our FF work for the site in an effort to stimulate dialogue with users and to stimulate user participation on the Website and Services, advertisement of the Website and Services, and the creation of user profiles. The FF also monitor user activities and communications to ensure compliance with our Terms and Conditions. You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the FF profiles do not pertain to any actual person or member, but are included for entertainment purposes only.”

We will breakdown and explain exactly what this paragraph means below.

Fake Profiles Everywhere

All the profiles are bogus and are Fantasy Flirts. There aren’t enough real legitimate website profile pages so to make it appear as if Free Flirtz has thousands of local women they frabricated pretend profiles. There are no real women on this site, it’s one big fat fraud.

They’re openly admitting that they have bogus profiles on this website. The Fantasy Flirts profiles including the information, text and pictures in the profiles are not real people. These phony profile pages are just for “entertainment”. We’ve seen this many many times doing thousands of reviews of dating site. The Fantasy Flirts profiles are not real people and they’re being created by the website.

They Use Paid Models?

Just like it says on the terms page they use models as part of their Fantasy Flirts program. These models are getting paid to chit chat with you.

The models receive compensation and get paid to chat with you, mislead you and get you to spend as much money as possible. Their job is to talk to you and pretend that they’re interested in you. The goal is to syphon as much money out of your bank account as they can possibly can.

Please understand that you cannot have real life encounters with the paid models from the fantasy program. These people are actors, pretending to be interested in you nothing more.

Aritificial Intelligence Used To Dupe You

They admit to using chat messages, emails and text messages to push you into upgrading.

“You further understand, acknowledge, and agree that, from time-to-time, FF may contact Website and Services users and members via electronic messaging, including for example, email, instant messages, and SMS, for purposes of encouraging further or broader participation in our site’s Services”

On the terms page they admit to using an artificial intelligence program that tries to mimic real web users. They admit to using bots on their website as part of their Fantasy Flirts program. A bot is an abbreviation for robot, aka computer software robots. These robots that have been programmed to act like real users. You think you’re interacting with hot local women who want to have casual meetups but you’re interacting and replying to messages from a bot, not real women. The artificial intelligent computer software programs are used to make it appear and to give you the impression that you are are receiving legitimate correspondence from the women in the profiles. If you start getting messages it could very well be a computer bot that is just sending you computer-generated automated messages. Anything related to the Fantasy Flirts program is used to mislead you into giving them your credit card information.

The messages are to get you to spend more money on the site. When you get messages that look like they’re coming from real girls you are more likely to pull out your credit card. Too bad there are no legitimate women on this site.

You Can’t Meet Fantasy Profiles In Person As Stated On Their Terms Page

“You understand, acknowledge, and agree that no physical meeting will ever take place between you and FF, and that the exchange of messages between you and a FF is for entertainment purposes, as well as to encourage further or broader participation in our site’s Services.”

They’re telling you that you cannot meet any of the people running the fantasy profiles because they’re fake profiles. There are no real women that you can actually meet in person.

The Age Verification Scam

If should try to send messages to anyone on the site you will be asked to “verify your age” which they say is no charge. This is not true, your credit card does get charged.

When you click on “verify age to chat” it will redirect you to the payment scam. We’ve done multiple reviews on age verification services and they are all scams including this one.

In this investigation they asked us for our credit card information and they said there was no charge. This is a blatant lie. You actually do end up getting charged. You get charged $39.99 which is a recurring charge every single month until you cancel it! There is nothing free about their age verification process, it’s all a fraud.

(screenshot showing that you get charged $39.99.)

Final Decision

We advise you to say stay as far away as you can from, this website has no real women. And they they use automated bots to send you computer-generated messages. On top of that if you try to purchase a membership they tell you that you need to verify your age with a credit card. They state that your credit card won’t be charged, but in fact it is charged almost $40 per month. Every single piece of evidence points to this being a blatant fraud.

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Charges To Your Credit Card

The charge that will show up on your credit card statement is “ (855) 452-4641”, operated by Glondon Limited, an eCommerce Merchant located in Cyprus.

How To Contact Customer Service To Cancel Your Account Etc:

Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Customer Phone Number: (855) 452-4641, (877)367-0680
Support page & online form:

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 Comments 3 comments

  • Steve says:

    Yep, Dating busters nailed this one too, definite cc scam

  • alicia says:

    hello, i need help. i registered myself as a joke like 2 weeks ago at free flirtz!! and like 5 mintes aber it i canceled my account. they deducted over 100€ from my account!!!! what can i do????

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