Whispers4U.com is an online dating platform specifically designed for disabled singles who are looking for dates, relationships, and love. The landing page is professionally designed and full of useful information. The site claims to have already helped thousands of disabled singles find love. Founded in 2002, the portal appears to be well-established and trustworthy.
As always, we study the terms and conditions and search the internet for reviews and customer experiences. Also, we take a closer look at the site’s operator. Unfortunately, we find out that Whispers4U.com is nothing but a rip-off and should be avoided at all costs.
We find the following note in the terms and conditions
The Website’s primary purpose is to provide an adult entertainment experience. The Service enables members to connect with each other, exchange pictures, stories, fantasies, and contact and engage in conversation with other members, our representatives, and our automated system.
3.2 You understand and agree that there is no guarantee that you will find a date, a companion or an activity partner or that you will meet any of our members in person. The Website merely provides an adult entertainment experience to its members.
Fake chat scam and subscription rip-off
As an “adult entertainment service”, the site’s goal is not to connect disabled singles with each other but rather to trick them into a costly subscription trap. The members’ area is full of fake profiles, which are created by the site’s employees. These profiles are used to send enticing chat messages to new members, to lure them into a conversation. But to be able to use the chat feature, users must sign up for a paid membership subscription first.
All subscriptions renew automatically and must be cancelled by the user to stop recurring charges. But according to numerous user reviews online, the site’s operator makes it extremely difficult to cancel a subscription. Consequently, many users find themselves caught up in a long-lasting and expensive subscription trap.
Whispers4U.com is operated by Tyche Technologies AG, which is located in Zug, Switzerland. This company is part of the infamous “dating factory network”, which is responsible for countless online dating scams. Aside from the fake chats and subscription traps, they are regularly criticized for leaking data and extremely poor customer service. To avoid losing a lot of money on entirely pointless chat conversations, we recommend you skip this site and try your luck elsewhere.