Adult-Finder.com claims to be a pro in the adult dating service. Game on! As usual, we decided to put this website to the test. Registration is pretty straight forward, but our review revealed that problems began as soon as you create an account. The so-called “member area” is actually filled with fake profiles managed by fake operators whose only goal is to lure gullible users into spending their hard-earned money.
When we found out who was behind this lousy website, we knew the extent of the scam. The name of the company is Tyche Technologies AG, based in Zug, Switzerland. This dating service is connected to the infamous Dating Factory network: an expert in various scams and rip-offs online. In fact, it did not take us long to find complaints and negative reviews from former users on the internet.
An expensive subscription rip-off
In order to use the service and interact with what they believe are genuine profiles, users need to subscribe to a pricey membership. A trial membership is available, which will be automatically reconducted unless cancelled it in time. Indeed, all subscriptions are subject to an automatic renewal billing policy. Unfortunately, the site’s operator is known to make the cancellation process extremely difficult. Consequently, users can quickly end up stuck in a long and costly subscription trap. It would be less problematic if there were real dates on this site, but the sad truth is that there are none.
The following note is from the terms and conditions
You acknowledge and agree that some of the profiles posted on the website that you may communicate with as a member may be fictitious. The purpose of our creating these profiles is to provide our members with entertainment, to allow members to explore our Service and to promote greater participation in our Service. The messages they send are computer generated.
The operator acknowledges that they create their own fictitious profiles to get in touch with users and lure them into trickery. They also acknowledge that these profiles send computer-generated messages to “promote greater participation”, which makes sense since you need to be a member to do just about anything on the website. Look no further, the sole purpose of this fraudulent website is to get as much money out of you as possible.