Details on XMilfs.com
The online dating website XMilfs.com does look like a reputable and charming platform to get to know each other and arrange a date. But while our research it turns out after a very short time that the website is a well-known rip off.
We found a lot of negative reviews and experiences of customers that were scammed by website and its operator XMilf LLC. which is located in Seattle, USA. The scam of XMilfs.com work as follows. First of all the customers get attracted by looks on the landing page and promise that it will be easy to find a no string attached date. Additionally the registration is free but as we read in the reviews, the website charges a lot of money for subscriptions. Of course the subscription is a trap and scam as there is not a single real person in the member’s area.
The user is not able to identify fake profiles
This site utilizes fantasy profiles identified as fantasy cuties. You Comprehend, acknowledge, and accept that some of the profiles listed on the site may be operated by our Side or third party contractors and are fictitious.
With our test we read the terms and conditions and found out that XMilfs.com uses professional animators that operate fake profiles. Even though it is mentioned is the terms and conditions of the website it is still a scam. The user is not able to identify fake profiles plus, the professional animators act like normal users looking for love.
The professional animators are running fake profiles that show fictitious people which, are usually young attractive women to entice the new users to stay on the website. After the registration which is free the users get a free basic membership. That sounds like a fair offer, but the free membership is useless as it is not possible to read or write messages. But even though the users have been a member for a few moments they get quite a lot of messages. But it is not possible to read, so most of the users buy subscriptions for premium membership which is very expensive.
That is the point where the subscription trap comes in. XMilfs.com offers a cheaper test version for the premium membership which runs for 14 days. The problem is that the deadline to send the pink slip is 14 days as well. That means the users have to cancel the test membership straight after buying it. As many users fail this deadline the subscription for the premium membership extends itself to many months at very high costs. While our research found many reviews that made clear the subscription is a trap and the website is a scam as the member’s area is full of fake profiles.
Conclusion of our XMilfs.com review
This website is a complete rip off and we can only express our warnings. XMilfs.com is full of fake profiles and there is not a single real person in the member’s area. The costs originate through subscriptions which is a trap, as we found some experiences of customers that mention even properly pink slips in the deadline were ignored or denied.
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We advise against registration and therefore recommend one of our winners.