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The dating website iFlirts.com offers free registration and mentions that you will find a chat partner here. That is true, but you can't find a real partner here. It turns out that this website is a fake chat scam by the Appspartner B.V.
Youumu.com advertises with a great looking landing page. There we read that the registration is for free and that the member's pool is full of active members. Sounds great so far but it turns out that this portal is a scam with a fake chat.
The website FitCheaters.com claims to have a lot of members that are just looking for a casual date. But it turns out that this website uses fictional profiles and is a fake chat scam. All of the profile pictures on the landing page are not real people and especially not members of this dating portal.
The online dating portal BBWToDate.com offers free registration. On the landing page, we read that finding a match here is an easy thing. But that is not true. This website is a rip off with a subscription trap, plus it seems like a fake chat as well.