InstaCheaters.com may look good on the first impression. On the landing page, we see many profile pictures of good-looking women. There is also a time to see which is ticking down. This time the registration is for free. That appears to us like the operator of the dating portal wants to entice the user to register quickly.
There might be a good reason that the operator of the website does not provide much information on the homepage. Plus the time ticker seems like a trick. It pushes the visitor to register now and not to check for further details on the website and the operator.
But that is what we did. We did some research on the internet and checked the terms and conditions. While we found several negative reviews of former customers, they mention that this website is a rip-off.
Our research shows that this appearance is correct. InstaCheaters.com is a scam with a fake chat.
The evidence is in the terms and conditions of the dating portal
“You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots.”
This website uses fake profiles and bots that will get in touch with a member. An artificial operator operates a phoney profile. They will start a conversation with a new user, but they will not identify as a fictional person.
If a new member of InstaCheaters.com wants to get in action and respond with a fake profile, a paid membership is needed. We checked the terms and conditions for more details if the subscription might be a trap. As there is nothing mentioned about automatic renewal, the subscription does not appear like a trap to us. But as the website is a fake chat, it is a rip-off.
The operator of InstaCheaters.com is the Nautell Capital Limited which is in Nicosia, Cyprus.