The online dating website LGBTDating.co targets the LGBT community. It offers free registration and the chance to meet other like-minded members. With this offer, many users may feel that this is the right place for them to find an adventure or even real love. Unfortunately, the operator of this platform, Cintilet Ltd, is not reliable. We have reviewed many dating platforms run by this company. All of them turned out to be scams.
No chance of a real date
Like in many of our previous reviews, we also found a cheeky fake chat scam here. That was not a surprise, because the operator normally employs fake chat operators. Even in the terms and conditions, we can read about these fake chat operators. However, the company explains that they only test the functionality of the website.
We know that this is not true. Right after registration, we received several suspicious messages. To be able to read them, we were requested to pay for a membership. Finding a real person on this platform is difficult. Most customers will spend their time and money chatting with fake chat operators. The options for a real date here are close to zero.
Here is the relevant excerpt from the terms and conditions
From time to time, the Company employees (or employees of its parent or affiliated companies) may create test dating profiles for the purpose of checking and testing the functionality of our Website and Service to improve the quality and user experience for its Users.
Expensive and dangerous subscriptions
The reason for employing fake chat operators is to entice users to pay for a membership. Many former customers have complained about this in their reviews. We also had the same experience on this platform as well as on many others from the same operator. But subscriptions on this dating site are not just expensive. They are also extremely dangerous. All subscriptions will renew automatically unless the user terminates them on time.
Nevertheless, according to customers’ reviews, terminating these subscriptions is complicated. The operator seems to ignore the cancellation requests. This means that customers will continue being charged every month. That should be considered a subscription rip-off.