MyLushLass.com seems to be a reliable and popular website for chatting with local singles. They claim that it is quick, easy, and free, to start flirting with the millions of attractive members on their site. By sifting through their Terms and Conditions, and experiencing the website first-hand, we confirmed that this site is a rip-off and a fake chat scam.
Highly priced chatting service
If users want to unlock the chatting feature on this website, which is the entire point of this dating portal, they must make additional purchases. “Credits” are the virtual currency of MyLushLass.com. These are required for each message sent to other users. The cost of 1 message is around €1.50, though this ranges, depending on how many you purchase at a time. Therefore, just one conversation could come with a costly charge to your bank account, as many past users’ experiences have noted in reviews.
The major issue with this site is that it is highly unlikely you will be chatting with real people. In the Terms and Conditions of this website, it states that the platform contains “fictive” profiles, marked by a heart icon. They refer to these being for entertainment only, meaning that it is impossible to meet up with them, as they are run by fake chat operators.
In our test of the website using a blank account, we immediately received messages in our inbox after signing up. We thought this was suspicious since our profile had zero information or photos on it. When looking at the profiles who had sent us the suggestive messages, we discovered them all to be marked with a tiny heart, meaning they were fake.
From the Terms and Conditions
The website, service and content are being provided for entertainment purposes only and are not intended to be bused for establishing meetings with other users. Profiles marked with a hearty icon […] are fictive profiles with which physical contact is not possible [...]
Users of this website can easily be misled by messages from these fictitious members and lured into spending huge amounts of money to chat with them. Since fake chat operators are trained to lengthen conversations, the cost of talking to them is usually quite high. We do not think that the small heart icon is enough to distinguish fake accounts from real ones. Therefore, we consider MyLushLass.com, operated by the company Notify Direct Marketing BV from the Netherlands, to be a rip-off and a scam.