The registration form is what the landing page of DatingTrans.co.uk is all about. Apparently, we are supposed to sign up first before we get to know more details. According to the operator, the free places on this site are limited. This statement is false and only used to make you sign up instantly. The fact that all profiles are said to be verified is misleading to say the least. This dating site is full of fictional profiles, and by signing up you are asked to agree to their use.
Too many fake profiles
The fact that this site is full of fictional member profiles is mentioned more than once. However, this important statement is always well-hidden. We are also not told if these profiles are only bots or controlled by fake chat operators, who can simulate real conversations with the users. The more messages you send in the chat, the more money you must pay. This makes DatingTrans.co.uk a fake chat scam which we have seen many times before.
A statement concerning fictitious profiles can be found in the terms and conditions
3.4. The purpose of this website is to enable (erotic) chat conversations between fictitious profiles and users, and therefore contains fictitious profiles. Physical meetings are not possible for these fictitious profiles.
The company behind this rip-off
DatingTrans.co.uk is run by BD Technologies AG, who are based in Zug, in Switzerland. This Swiss area is also known as the country’s tax haven and is a hotspot for untrustworthy dating companies. In fact, this is not the first scam site owned by this Swiss company that we have dealt with. In several previous reviews we have already shared our experience with this rip-off by BD Technologies AG.
While you can send winks for free, you cannot send messages until you buy virtual credits. Every time you send a message in the chat, you lose one credit. If you have several interesting conversations at once, you can easily lose a lot of money. This is exactly what the operator wants you to do.