Our first impression of FiftyDating.com is that the website is nothing special. The design looks aged, and the landing page does not offer much information. It also say that with a twinkle of your eyes you can find the right person to chat and it is for free. As the website itself does not show that much useful information, we did some research on the dating website FiftyDating.com and its operator the Venntro Media Group Ltd. The company is located in Slough, United Kingdom.
While our research found plenty of negative comments and customer experiences, they mention that the online dating website uses fictitious profiles, which are operated by professional animators to rip off its customers. The website does not indicate the use of professional animators in terms and conditions. We are very sure the profiles are fakes, so the case is clear; it is a scam. Shortly after the registration, the new user gets many messages from animators hiding behind faked profiles to trick you in expensive chats.
Free basic membership is useless as it is not possible to send or read messages.
The charming, often erotic messages of the fake profiles entice its users to buy the membership. After registration, the customers get free basic membership, which is useless as it is not possible to send or read messages. As the standard membership of FiftyDating.com is quite costly, the operator offers a test version that runs only for two weeks. This subscription is a trap because it is hard to cancel on time.
During our investigation, we found a lot of reviews that mention the memberships are useless, and the member’s area of FiftyDating.com is full of fictitious profiles. It seems like it is hopeless to find a single real person on the dating website. Plus, we found many bad reviews about the operators of the dating website.