KinkyTemptation.com is an online dating platform which seems confusing. There appears to be nothing kinky about it, so the domain name seems like a random choice. The platform is controlled by Master Focus LTD, which is a company based in Belfast, in Northern Ireland. While writing this review, we found out that the portal is full of fictitious profiles. These automatically target new users. The goal is not to provide you with opportunities to meet real people, so, we are certain that the company only wants to scam you.
Sultry fake chat
After creating our boring profile, we signed in for the first time. Immediately, we started receiving messages from women who are interested in starting a conversation with us. This is not what we were expecting, since our test profile is designed to be as boring as possible. No real human would contact an empty profile, with a bio full of random letters. This tells us that the people, approaching us, are not real. This is further confirmed by the Terms and Conditions. The portal has only been created to provide a virtual “entertainment” experience, but it is a rip-off.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 10/02/2023)
From time to time, while You use Our Services, You may interact with automated online accounts and/or false profiles, which all its content has been generated by either: a) real persons that have been only contracted or employed by Us for the purposes set-forth below; or/and b) by automated programs or scripts, which dialogues none really exist and have been generated exclusively by programming (“Automated Profiles”).
The purpose of the implementation of Automated Profiles in Our Website is to enhance Your amusement experience and providing You with entertaining and conversational services, so You can be stimulated to use Our Services more extensively, for example, by helping You to intercommunicate better with other users which are actually real.
Imagine that you are aware of the fictional nature of the chat, and you still decide to sign up. Keep in mind that these cheeky companies often make it extremely difficult to cancel your subscription rip-off. According to our experience, they tend to ignore cancellation requests, or they come with ridiculous requirements, which are impossible to fulfil. Since the subscription entails recurring payments, they keep charging you for as long as possible. In this case, we have no definite proof, but considering all the red flags we managed to identify, it is probably wise to stay away.