The website ClickDating.com seems promising. It offers free registration and guarantees meeting new people for dating or other encounters. Nonetheless, we decide to dig deeper and find out more information. Once you have registered for free, you will start receiving messages from other alleged members. However, you will not be able to reply unless you pay for a VIP membership.
We look back at reviews by former users, and all claim they were chatting with fake profiles, handled by fake chat operators. The Terms and Conditions mention the possibility of chatting with fake profiles. They openly admit that the website is for entertainment purposes only. This is what we call a fake chat rip-off.
Here is the excerpt from the terms and conditions
From time to time, the Company employees (or employees of its parent or affiliated companies) may create test dating profiles for the purpose of checking and testing the functionality of our Website and Service to improve the quality and user experience for its Users.
Complicated membership cancellation
After falling for the pay-to-chat scam, you are now a VIP member. This is where we stumble upon another potential rip-off. Membership will in fact be renewed automatically. In order to cancel your membership, you will have to go through a complicated process. First, you must send a support ticket. After that, you must notify the operator via regular mail.
All this needs to be done at least five days prior to the automatic renewal. This is a lengthy and complicated process. The platform fails to explain anything in a clear way, since it is written in tiny characters, and it easily goes unnoticed. This is how users easily fall for a subscription rip-off.
By reading reviews about former user experiences, we can only confirm what we already said. It is an online dating website that aims at scamming new users. The company behind it, Cintilet Limited headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, has plenty of negative reviews and suffers a bad reputation. Moreover, the company runs several other similar websites, all of which seem to be rip-offs.