This site is a part of a network of dating sites that all share one database of user profiles. When we see this we know that this is a sign of a scam. Many dating sites are connected through the same network and are therefore the same site.
This operator creates cookie-cutter dating sites. Cookie-cutter refers to something that is easily duplicated and mass-produced. And that’s exactly what they do, they create one website template and use it over and over again to create multiple versions of the exact same dating website.
It’s clear that nothing here is real. From the moment you set up an account, you immediately start to receive a ton of messages. Whether they come in the form of emails or messages directly to your inbox, it doesn’t take long to find dozen of messages from hot girls looking to hook up.
The moment you want to read or respond to any of the messages, you realize that you have to buy “credits” in order to do so. And, as it turns out, these messages are not generated by real people. They employ third-party contractors who use fictitious profiles. These contractors are only there to entice the user into long and endless chats in order to get more money from them.
How do we know this for sure? By checking the terms and conditions. It clearly states that:
“Midsummer Online B.V. explicitly reserves the right to send calls on fancyafling.com through self-created profiles. These are fictitious profiles with which no physical agreements are possible.”
You also cannot copy and paste the terms and conditions, which is a sign of someone trying to hide something and is potentially a scam.
The operator of FancyAFling.com is Midsummer Online B.V. who already has a bad reputation on the internet. They are located in Deventer in the Netherlands and are well known for their rip-off dating websites based on fake chats.
These are enough signs for us to know that this a rip-off and an untrustworthy company.