The online dating portal DisabilityMatch.co.uk looks like a trustworthy choice on the first view. But we did some research on the internet and we read the terms and conditions. We found many hints about a rip-off. According to the information on the web, this site is full of fake profiles. Moreover, costs will occur right after the registration. The registration is free, according to the advertising by the operator. Also, costs are not mentioned on the landing page. So, the operator of the portal uses misleading advertising to lure visitors into a trap. After the registration is done, a new member will receive many messages from other profiles. Those profiles are fake, according to the reviews from former customers. It appears that this website is a scam with a fake chat. The profiles on the portal show fictional people with whom a date in real-life is not possible.
Fake profiles in the members´ pool
After the registration, a free basic-membership is provided. But, this kind of membership is useless as it is not possible to read or to write messages. Also, the virtual post box starts to fill up with messages. Those messages persuade the user to get a paid membership. We read a report which said that even then it is not possible to read all messages. To get full access to the portal, a VIP-membership must be purchased. As we see it, this site is a cheeky subscription trap. A customer gets tricked by misleading and irritating information. Later, high costs will occur for a premium-membership, which will also renew automatically. Additionally, we read many negative reports about the operator. The operator of the site is Tyche Technologies AG which is located in Zug, Switzerland. Zug is a well-known location for operators of dating sites that run a subscription scam.
In the terms and conditions, we found a note that might stand for a fake chat
“By using this service you accept that any member profiles, messages and communication may not be genuine and the service is for entertainment purposes only.”