The landing page of Mingle2Night.com takes advantage of all the usual questionable techniques to attract new users into the trap. First, the registration is advertised as free. This is misleading information that can easily deceive anybody who does not have much experience with dating portals. The creation of a personal account does not cost anything. However, a member must pay a lot of money to use other services. To connect with other profiles, a user must purchase “credits.” Our review shows that this form of payment can lead members to spend a fortune in a short time.
The homepage shows a lot of pictures of the latest subscribers. Apparently, they represent real people, who are searching for occasional partners. It looks like the member's area is populated with interesting profiles. But this is not true, and it does not take long for us to uncover the scam.
Footnotes are important
Most of the time, we need to carefully read the Terms and Conditions, to find evidence of a fake chat. But occasionally, we can find what we are looking for just by scrolling down to the bottom of the initial page. This is exactly what happens with Mingle2Night.com, that in the footnotes they admit using fake profiles which are impossible to meet. These accounts are created by fake chat operators whose only interest is to encourage new users to buy expensive credits.
The following is stated in the footnotes of the homepage
The profiles on Mingle2night are fictional, physical arrangements with these profiles are not possible.
We have previously mentioned credits. They are the virtual currency used on Mingle2Night.com. A user can send messages only after purchasing credits, which cost up to £1.50 each. Every single message consumes one credit. This form of payment is very dangerous for a user, especially when combined with a fake chat. The professional animators will do everything they can to prolong the useless conversation, as much as possible.
Festivus Media BV uses this rip-off on each one of their dating platforms. We strongly advise against wasting any money on one of the websites run by this operator based in The Hague, Netherlands.