The landing page of TenderBlacks.com shows a photo of a beautiful young lady, who seems to be of African descent. Users can arrange a date with women like her, in a short space of time, so it seems. The landing page does not provide enough information about how things are done here. While doing additional research online, we detect a scam. Using TenderBlacks.com can become extremely expensive.
PORTICATO MEDIA Ltd is the company in charge of TenderBlacks.com. They are based in London, United Kingdom. Various dating sites that belong to this English operator have received negative reviews online. It seems that the company always works with a subscription trap to get the users’ money. This is not our first experience with one of the many scam sites that belong to PORTICATO MEDIA Ltd either.
Full of bots
Moments after signing up, users receive many messages and notifications. We are convinced that TenderBlacks.com is full of bots or fake chat operators that try to reach out to the users instantly. The operator wants every real user to have as many decent conversations as possible. This has nothing to do with good intentions. The operator benefits financially from users that make use of the chat function. Without a paid membership, users cannot send messages to other members of the site.
According to the terms and conditions, any paid membership on TenderBlacks.com comes with a cancellation period of at least 72 hours. If you do not submit your cancellation in time, the paid membership will extend automatically. Everything seems to indicate that fake chat operators or bots try to make chatting as appealing as possible. Many users will then consider signing up for the paid membership and can even forget about the cancellation.
Do not go for the cheap trial
The trial membership for three days is what really makes TenderBlacks.com just a rip-off. Since it also costs money, it counts as a paid membership that needs to be cancelled 72 hours in advance. However, the trial membership only lasts 3 days and cannot be cancelled in time. This is how many subscription scams successfully manage to trick their users.