Details on MaritalAffair.com
The online dating website MaritalAffair.com has a well-designed landing page and advertise good offers. The website shows some advantages users could have on this website. The landing page in general looks very good, but the more time we spent on the website the more suspicious we became.
The website looks good, but you should never judge a book by its cover. Even if the cover looks good. We did some research on the internet and found a number of negative reviews about this portal. The former customers claimed that the website is a rip off with subscription traps and a fake chat scam.
So we checked the terms and conditions and found out that it is true. The online dating portal MaritalAffair.com is a complete rip off. First of all the website is a fake chat. The operator does mention that in the terms and conditions but of course the operator does not call the scam by its name. The operator mentions that this website is an entertainment portal only. Additionally the operator mentions that users have to act careful as someone might not be who they claim to be. Which means the website is a fake chat.
The members on the member’s area are fake. The profiles are fake and show a fictitious person which are operated by fake operators.
The operator is Venntro Media Group Ltd who is located in Berkshire, UK and mentions the following in the terms and conditions:
“The Site is an entertainment service. Your use of the Site and Service is entirely at your own risk.”
The fake operators entice the users after registration into a chat. But the new members of MaritalAffair.com is not able to answer of the messages from the fake profiles. By the way, the users do not know anything about the fake profiles as the terms and conditions do not make this point clear at all. Additionally the fake profiles are not marked as fake and the fake operators do not mention that they are fictitious people.
If a new members wants to get in touch with other members on the website, which who are all fake, the users will have to buy subscriptions first. Of course new member would never buy the subscriptions, if the users knew about the fake chats. The subscription runs for one, three, six or 12 months. The paid membership is not worth a dime as it is not possible to find a real person in the members area and it is not possible to organise a date with another member as all members are fake. More, the subscription is a trap as it will extend automatically as mentioned in the terms and conditions: “For your convenience, we will automatically renew your Subscription when your current term comes to an end.”
Conclusion from our MaritalAffair.com review
The online dating website MaritalAffair.com is a subscription trap and fake chat. The operator does mention in the terms and conditions that the website is for entertainment only plus that subscriptions will extend automatically.
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