On the front page of FlirtyMilfs.co.uk, the operator tries to explain why signing up on this platform is a good choice. Apparently, this is a place full of mature women looking for a fun time. There seems to be some truth behind this claim. The other member profiles on here are charming, but they are not real. The operator behind the platform does not fully admit the existence of moderated fake profiles. But we found a statement which indicates the moderation of the dating platform. This explains why the other members act so suspiciously.
We are referring to this statement
We reserve the right to select members to use the Promote My Account service. Sending of messages through this service will be free, however, recipients who view and choose to reply to a Promote My Account message, will require to have an upgraded Paid Membership in order to reply to the sender.
You cannot trust the other members
The operator has found the right words to talk about the platform’s moderation without really revealing it to the users. The members who use the “Promote My Account service” are fake chat operators who can send messages to the real users for free. It is also stated that unlike the chosen members, the real users must pay to reply to the messages sent to them. This means that the fake chat operators can easily entice the users to send expensive messages. This is exactly what they do. Since they use fake profiles, the users often do not find out.
Using the chat requires a paid membership. The membership renews automatically, but you can cancel it any time before the end of the term. What makes this a subscription rip-off, is a trial membership which costs about a pound and only lasts for a day. If users do not cancel this trial membership within this short period of time, it does not just renew for one more day. It turns into a regular monthly membership.
FlirtyMilfs.co.uk is operated by AriemGroup Limited. The lack of reviews about the company, based in Hong Kong, makes us think that not too many people have signed up on FlirtyMilfs.co.uk. If you copy the operator’s name and paste it into the Google search bar, it gets mirrored. Obviously, the scam company does not want you to find out more about them.