CasualAttraction.com looks like a great online dating website at the first sight. Here, the registration is free for women and men. Also, the registration takes just a few minutes to finish. Then you can enjoy all the great advantages of the site. On this portal, you will find many people for casual dates in no time. According to the details on the landing page, the members´ pool is filled with many interesting members who are open-minded for new adventures. The website also shows some profile pictures on the landing page that look quite promising.
This website uses fictional profiles
The online dating platform CasualAttraction.com seems to be a legit choice to find a casual date from our region. Well, that is what the operator wants you to think. But the information on the landing page is misleading and very irritating. For example, the registration is free, but after that costs will occur for a premium-membership. Now, that is not necessarily a scam. But more is about to come as this website is a cheeky rip-off. After the registration is done, a new member will receive many messages from other profiles. Those messages come from fake profiles which are created to stimulate new users to pay for a subscription. That subscription for a premium-membership will extend automatically, if it is not terminated in time. Usually, that is nothing bad but here we assume it is part of a subscription scam. Some hints suggest for that kind of rip-off as well.
No chance to find a real match
The fake profiles are controlled by employed operators. They will stimulate new users into a chat for which costs will occur. The fake profiles are not marked as such and an operator will not identify as such. So, the user of the site does not know about moderation at all.
The moderation is mentioned in the terms and conditions
“In order to enhance your amusement experience, to stimulate you and others to use our Services more extensively, and to generally sprinkle some sparkle and excitement into the Services of CASUALATTRACTION.COM, we may post fictitious profiles, generate or respond to communications by means of automated programs or scripts that simulate or attempt to simulate your intercommunication with another real human being”
That means that the chance to find a real person in the members´ pool is probably zero. This site is a fake chat rip-off, and it seems that all profiles show fictitious people. They keep a user simulated to pay for the premium-membership.
We also did some research on the internet. According to the experience of former customers, the scam starts right after the registration. At this point, many messages will reach a user to entice them to get a paid membership. In general, the reputation of the website is bad. Our brief research shows enough to reveal the fake chat.