At first sight, the online dating portal Pin-Affair.com gives a positive impression. The website offers free registration and appears to be a great place to find local singles for a date in no time. We do some research on the internet and read the terms and conditions of the site carefully. Unfortunately, the portal quickly turns out to be a scam and should be avoided. In the expensive chat, the member profiles are not real. The company behind the website hires fake operators, who manage several fictitious profiles. As users are not aware of that fact, the website must be considered a rip-off.
We took the following excerpt from the terms and conditions
“We may use system profiles at our discretion to communicate with users to enhance our users' entertainment experience”.
No real members, only fake profiles
The operator claims to use fictitious profiles for entertainment purposes. But as we see it, this is only done to trick the users into spending as much money as possible on the portal. In order to be able to send messages on Pin-Affair.com, the free registration is not enough. Users must purchase “coins”, which can be exchanged for several activities on the site, including sending messages in the chat. Users are not sufficiently informed about the use of fake profiles. So, they assume that there are only real members on the chat, with whom dates can be arranged. Thus, users spend a lot of money for completely pointless chat conversations, which can never result in a real-life date.
The operator is known for this kind of scam
The operator behind Pin-Affair.com is well-known for their fake chat scams. NUMBER65 Ltd., which is based in Kent, in the United Kingdom, runs several online dating websites. All have got a terrible reputation on the internet. There are numerous negative reports by former customers about those sites. We strongly advise you to never register on any of them. It is an expensive rip-off.