The landing page of Wizoox.com is completely empty. Nothing is said about the type of service that they offer, the customer target, or the costs. The only thing that we can see is the sign-up module. Actually, the registration is the only positive aspect of Wizoox.com. All you need to do is provide your name, surname, email, and password. The whole procedure takes literally 30 seconds. Contrary to what happens on many similar platforms, you don’t even have to confirm your email.
As we always do, we check the Terms and Conditions looking for clues of possible scams. The document is extremely short and lacks many important details. The name and the location of the site’s operator are never mentioned. We recommend you stay away from any dating portal that hides legal information about the company. If they don’t disclose their identity, it means that they have something to hide. We guarantee that it’s never a good surprise.
Too many messages
Within a few minutes of our registration, we started to receive a lot of erotic messages from attractive girls willing to chat with us. This is weird because our profile was empty. We didn’t even upload a picture. All the messages sounded sinisterly similar and excessively sexual. We know from experience that this never happens on a legit dating platform where a new user hardly gets any attention at all.
On the Terms and Conditions, we couldn’t find any reference to fictional profiles or professional moderators. Therefore, definitive proof is missing. However, we suspect that Wizoox.com might be a fake chat scam.
Is it a subscription trap?
To be able to reply to these enticing messages, members have to purchase a paid subscription that renews automatically. In order to stop the renewal, users have to send a cancellation request. The correct procedure to follow to terminate the contract is briefly explained without too many details. It looks like they are purposely trying to make the cancellation excessively difficult. In our opinion, this could lead to a subscription rip-off.