On the first impression, InstaFlirt.co.uk does not look too bad. It offers free registration, and it seems like this website got a prominent member’s pool. Already on the landing page, we see some profile pictures. But we did some research and found out that this website is a fake chat scam
It turns out that the profiles on the landing page are either a fake that shows a fictional person or is an inactive profile. Regard to the information we found on the internet there is not one real person in the member’s pool of InstaFlirt.co.uk.
The rip off starts right after the registration. It will not take too long until a new member receives messages of other members. But the user does not know that those messages come from fake operators. On the landing, we read that this website has got everything, and users can check. You can find a match here. But it does not mention that you can meet this match. It is a very misleading detail.
The fake chat is in the terms and conditions
“With the sole purpose of improving the user experience, we reserve the right to erase or manage the profile left inactive by the user and any fake profiles that have been created on the Instaflirt website.”
So, the user gets tricked by wrong and irritating information on the landing page. Later the fake operators will operate fake profiles or the inactive profiles a former user left behind. Those profiles are to rip off new customers.
In the terms and conditions, this website charges alot of money for its users to send messages. It offers credits which are needed to send messages to others plus a paid premium-membership that will provide better chances while flirting. The offer sounds not bad, but as the member’s pool is full of fake profiles, it is a cheeky rip-off.
The operator of the website is the company The Perfect Match Ltd. which is in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Already the location of the operator is one hint that this website is non-reputable.