Is YouFlirt.com A Scam? Our Review Blows Their Whole Operation Wide Open
Learn The Truth About YouFlirt Read This Report
This investigation is on a dating service called YouFlirt.com. The purpose of this review is to warn you that YouFlirt is a scam. Directly on the homepage on the lower part of the page it states the following:
“You will have the opportunity to chat with virtual online profiles in our virtual entertainment world although real meetings with them are not possible.”
(screenshot of the homepage where they admit to using fake virtual profiles that you cannot even meet in person for dating etc.)
What they’re telling us is that you have the possibility to send messages and reply to messages to and from virtual profiles. Virtual means that it’s not real. You can chat with these fake profiles in their virtual entertainment world and they admit real meetings with these fake virtual online profiles is not possible. Right there they’re admitting that their website is not legitimate because they have fake profiles, and you cannot meet up with those fake profiles in person for real life encounters. That’s the first piece of evidence proving that YouFlirt is not a trustworthy website to find women on.
Their Terms & Conditions Page Has Even More Proof The Site Is A Scam
The terms and conditions page has even more evidence proving that this website is illegitimate and was created exclusively to deceive and swindle as many people as they possibly can.
(screenshot from the terms page section 11.e where they admit to using paid employees aka animators and operators.)
“Grandview 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.”
What Exactly Are Professional Animators & Operators?
These animators and operators are paid individuals, employees. The job of these paid employees is to string you along. They operate the fictitious female profiles that are everywhere on the website. These operators are real people who reply and send you messages. You think the messages you receive are from local women who want to hookup and meet you in person but the truth is of course these are paid employees who receive compensation to mislead you. They deceive and lie to you all in an effort to get you to purchase coins. They want you to spend as much money as possible on the You Flirt website. These operators do everything in their power to convince you that you can meet them in person and that they are the people in the profiles. They are not the people in the profiles, and you can never meet the professional animators and operators ever. Like they stated “real-life meetings are not possible with these operators”. Once again proving that YouFlirt.com isn’t legitimate, it’s a full-fledged sham.
Messages Are Used To Mislead People Into Spending Money On The Site
We received 77 email messages but unfortunately all of these messages are completely fabricated and fraudulent. These messages are sent from the operators and animators of the website. If you want to reply to the messages or read them you will need to purchase coins.The whole goal of this website is to mislead you and deceive you into believing you’re interacting with real women. All you need to do is pay for the service and you can hook up with these women. The messages are completely fraudulent, they do everything in their power to get you to buy coins so they can profit from your ignorance that’s what it’s all about.
Our Blank Profile Proves YouFlirt Shouldn’t Be Trusted
(screenshot of the empty profile we used for this review.)
Just like all other reviews that we do we intentionally leave the profile completely empty. We never uploaded any photographs onto the profile page and we never fill out any of the information essentially leaving the profile blank. With all fake dating services it doesn’t matter if your profile is full or empty you always get inundated with tons of messages because of course you’re not interacting with real women.
If this was a real website we wouldn’t be getting any emails because who in their right mind would be contacting a guy who doesn’t have any pictures in his profile and hasn’t filled out any other personal information? It makes absolutely no sense until you realize that all of this is one big farce.
On real websites even if you fill out your profile it’s hard to get women to contact you because women get inundated with messages. However on fictitious dating services the women chase the men because you’re not actually getting messages from real women. You’re actually getting messages from automated computer bots that are supposed to look like real female members.
Connections To Other Fake Hookup Sites
YouFlirt.com is associated with other fictitious hookup sites including IFlirts.com, FlirtMe.com and WhatsFlirt.com.
We’ve given you all the evidence to prove that YouFlirt is not a legitimate dating service. Although it visually looks like a real dating site, and it has all the functionality of an authentic dating service it’s missing one key factor and that is real women. Without real females a dating site is completely worthless. When it comes to females there are no real women on this website. Now you know the truth.
How To Contact Customer Service To Cancel Your Account Etc:
Online Form: https://www.youflirt.com/en-CA/app/support/contact-form
Address: Grandview AppCommunity GmbH, Staatsstrasse 27, 9464 Rüthi, Switzerland
Watch the video review on YouFlirt below
Where Do You Meet Real Local Women?
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File A Report
- Contact the Better Business Bureau and file a complaint if you’ve been scammed by this website.
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after divorcing 12 year marriage and got courage to try youflirt. after it sucked $25 in 10 minutes i was beginning to worry. but they sucked me in big time. ended up $75 in half hour and getting bombarded with what i thiought was real just got too good to be true and after an hour realised the names were very similar and generated almost identical profiles i realised id been had. the questions became comical and didnt make sense. they got all my living money now im broke no food and red faced.