The information on the MilfFinder.co.uk landing page is misleading: registration is free in name only, as it only allows access to the member area. However, to reply to the many messages you will receive, you have to pay. The members' area is apparently well-stocked, given the many profile photos. However, it turned out that these profiles are all fictitious.
The profiles on the site are fake and feature fictitious people. You will not meet any real person here. The site does mention this in its TOS, but many users of the service have obviously failed to notice it. In fact, the internet is full of negative reports of a fake chat scam. These users were not informed that they were on an “entertainment” platform and spent large amounts of money in the hope of getting a date.
The following note is from the terms and conditions
Jada Entertainment expressly reserves the right to create profiles on the website and to send messages to the user on behalf of these profiles. The user understands and accepts that these profiles are only created to exchange messages, meetings in person are not possible with such profiles.
Fake chat scam
Here is how the scam works: operators use fake teaser profiles and swarm users with messages. These profiles should be marked, but our review shows that this is far from being the case. Flattered, many users buy expensive credits to continue chatting. In the end, the only real experience here is that you will lose money.
An expensive rip-off
MilfFinder.co.uk advertises with free registration, but this is misleading as users need to purchase “credits” in order to communicate with other members. These “credits” are actually very expensive as users need to pay for every single message they send. Unfortunately, spending a lot won't even increase the chances of finding a date as the system only shows fake profiles. All in all, this website can only provide a terrible experience.
Behind this cheeky scam is the company Jada Entertainment, based in Alacant, Spain. They seem to use very dubious techniques to push users to pay. They have a bad reputation and we don't think they can be trusted at all.