An unreliable website
YourHappyLovers.com does not inform the user about the service. On the landing page, we only see the note that registration is free. We do not even know if this portal is a matchmaker or a casual dating site. Well, that is not a solid first appearance. So, we had to do some research on the internet. We also checked the legal information of the site, in the end, these are the only resources of information that are available. To make it short, it did not take one minute until we found a note that indicates a fake chat scam.
In the legal information, we found a note about fictional profiles that are controlled by computer programs. The only good thing we want to mention regarding this point is that the note about fake profiles is displayed at the very top of the terms and conditions. Now, the operator admits that the website uses artificial intelligence. That means that bots are used to increase the activity on the site. Also, we read some reviews from former users who point out that the profiles are moderated. In the end, they are not controlled by fake operators but by computer programs
The following is stated in the terms and conditions
Artificial intelligence "AI") can be used to expand the number of actual activity of the website. By using our website, you agree to the resulting risk of impersonation.
This website is for entertainment only
Another note that we found in the terms and conditions is that this website is only for entertainment. Entertainment is a common synonym for a fake chat. Those are all the hints that we need to call this website a rip-off with a fake chat. Again, that is not just our opinion. Former users note the same in their reviews. By the way, the operator notes ice-breaker messages in the legal information as well. Those are automated messages that will be sent to new users for a specific purpose.
With regard to the experience of former users, a new member will receive many messages right after registration. Those messages come from bots and their fake profiles. Plus, these are automated messages, called ice-breakers. That is a simple trick to animate users to buy a premium membership that will end in a trap. On the internet, we found many reviews about a subscription rip-off. The operator makes the termination difficult so that the membership will renew again and again. By the way, the operator is located at a hotspot for this kind of rip-off.