MaxFlirts.com presents itself with an almost empty landing page that lacks even the most basic information. All that we could see was a picture of a stunning girl, the registration module, and a catchy slogan. It’s not even clear if this platform addresses people looking for casual experiences or long-term relationships. Nothing is said about eventual costs or subscriptions. Luckily, at the bottom of the page, we came across the “help” section, where we were able to find some additional explanations.
Here, MaxFlirts.com clearly stated that the service is free. Full of expectations, we decided then to create a profile and check out the member’s area. The registration took less than a minute to complete and didn’t even require us to upload a picture. Similarly, we didn’t have to provide any personal data. All that was asked was a username, a password, and an email address. Afterward, we were able to immediately browse through thousands of hot profiles on MaxFlirts.com.
The bad surprise is coming
Everything seemed legit at first, but when we tried to contact other members, we immediately realized that MaxFlirts.com is anything but a free dating platform. To send messages, we had to purchase coins. More precisely, every sent message required 40 coins, which equals roughly £1.5.
Providing misleading information about costs is always a clear sign that a website should be avoided. To find evidence that MaxFlirts.com is a rip-off, we took a closer look at the Terms and Conditions. The site’s operator, which is Take Two Digital LTD, from Paphos, Cyprus, admits to using fictional profiles to communicate with their members. This is certainly not the first time they did this. In the past, we have already written several reviews, calling them out for other similar scams that they have done.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 18/11/2022)
The Company operates system profiles (i.e. profiles connected to Accounts which have been created by the Company and which are either operated by contractors of the Company who impersonate the persons portrayed in such profiles or by a system designed to interact with users) and expressly reserves the right to chat with users through such system profiles in order to enhance the users’ entertainment experience. Physical contact with individuals behind such system profiles is strictly prohibited.
No real dates
Most of the profiles that you see in the member’s area are fictional. They are controlled by either fake chat operators or computer programs designed to replicate a human conversation. These accounts are not even marked as fictitious. Therefore, you can never be sure whether you are talking to a genuine member or not. Finding someone to meet in real life is almost impossible.