Flirtio.com advertises with the slogan “flirt. date. find love!”. On first impression, the dating portal appears to be an ideal platform to get in touch with singles from your area in no time at all. As usual, we search for user experiences and reviews on the internet, and take a closer look at the terms and conditions. Once we read the name of the company responsible for this site, we already know that it is not trustworthy.
Flirtio.com is run by Venntro Media Group Ltd, who are based in Slough, in the UK. They run a vast network of more than 3500 dating websites, many of which we have already tested. Unfortunately, each of them turned out to be a scam. Online, this company has already received countless negative reviews and complaints from former users, who have lost a lot of money on their websites. Consequently, we strongly advise you to stay clear of all dating portals run by this operator.
After the free registration, users quickly notice that the free basic membership is utterly useless. To unlock the chat feature, a paid premium-membership is needed. The premium-subscriptions, however, are extremely dangerous. They renew automatically and must be cancelled by the user to avoid recurring charges. But Venntro Media Group Ltd is known to make it nearly impossible to cancel them. According to numerous reports online, the company will simply ignore any cancellation requests, and continue to charge the subscription fees on a regular basis. Hence, it is a costly trap.
In the terms and conditions, we read that the site’s members’ area has been “enhanced to include members with all interests and characteristics”. In other words, this means that the site contains fake profiles, which are created by the site’s employees. Therefore, it is highly unlikely to find any real members for a date on Flirtio.com.