TurboBDSM.com presents itself with a landing page full of explicit pictures. Supposedly, these are some of the users, who you will find in the member’s area. Faces are not blurred, which means that these people are completely recognizable by anybody who visits the homepage. This is the first issue that we have with this dating website. There is no respect, whatsoever, for your privacy. If you decide to sign up here, be aware that everything that you post, including your spicy pictures, will be visible to anybody, from everywhere in the world.
No legal information
Similarly, the company imprint is missing as well. Therefore, we have no idea about who is running TurboBDSM.com, or where they are based. We know from experience, that when a site’s operator does not disclose its real identity, this often means that they are trying to hide some sort of scam.
Fake profiles and dangerous subscriptions
After completing our registration, we start to browse the member’s area. At first sight, it looks quite promising because it contains thousands of users from any country that you can think of. However, after just a few minutes, we start receiving many enticing messages. This is quite weird because we did not even upload a picture. Chances are, that all these communications are coming from fake profiles.
To reply to these messages, we are asked to sign up for a weekly subscription, which costs £3.00. This membership renews automatically every week, at the same price. Again, TurboBDSM.com does not provide any information about the cancellation procedure. Therefore, we suspect that this could be a subscription rip-off.