The online dating platform MyDeepLove.com advertises with free registration and a big pool of members. The site promises to be a perfect place to quickly meet local singles, who are interested in friendships, dates, and relationships. We do some research on the internet and read the terms and conditions. Sadly, we quickly find out that the website cannot be trusted and should be avoided.
Possibly a fake chat
After the free registration, MyDeepLove.com turns out to be rather useless. All the interesting features, including the chat, are only accessible for paying premium-members. As new users receive some enticing messages directly after the registration, the chat appears to be a promising place to quickly meet some interesting people. Thus, users are tempted to quickly upgrade to a premium-membership, to be able to reply to the messages.
Unfortunately, these messages are very unlikely to be sent by real members. According to some reports by former users, they are sent by fake profiles, which are operated by hired managers. Their only purpose is to lure new users into the costly memberships. We do not have any proof for a fake chat, but due to the negative reports on the internet and due to the bad reputation of the site’s operator, the messages are most likely fake.
Infamous operator and its subscription traps
Norfex Services Ltd., which is based in Malta, is the company behind MyDeepLove.com. This operator is well-known for its huge network of online dating websites, which are all rip-offs with subscription traps. All subscriptions renew automatically and are almost impossible to terminate. The cheap trial-memberships are particularly cheeky, as they unavoidably convert into an expensive long-term membership. Due to our bad experiences with this operator, we strongly recommend everyone to refrain from signing up on MyDeepLove.com. It is obviously a rip-off, and it is very unlikely that you can meet someone for a date on this platform.