Beware Of Scams And Sins (REVIEW)

ChristianMingle promotes online dating for Christian singles that are looking for friends, romance and/or marriage. They promise to help bring Christian singles together, by introducing people with the same values and love for Christ. But is this true and will truly help or deceive you?

We investigated this website for a period of time and found things that do not seem genuine and right. In the following text we will present to you our findings and evidence that back up our suspicions. So, continue reading to learn the truth.

Sinful and scamming actions on

If you came to this site looking for true connection and a chance in love, let us share this with you: is owned and run by a company called Spark Networks® LLC, which also owns and runs,, and there may be other dating sites that we are not aware of. In the site’s terms and conditions of use we found the needed evidence to prove’s fraudulent actions.


1) Reuses Your Profile Info

By singing in and creating a profile on, you automatically agree to the Terms of Use. But, did you read this document to get informed about your rights and duties? One of the first scams we encountered was the fact that the site explains how by merely posting a photographs or writing something about you – they gain exclusive right to take, reuse, modify and distribute these information across all their websites. They can also make an agreement and share your personal info on other networks they have a contract with. Basically, the minute you post anything on it is no longer yours.

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE: “By posting information, photographs or content on any Service, You automatically grant, and You represent and warrant that You have the right to grant, to Us and other members, free of charge, an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free, fully-paid, worldwide license to use, copy, perform, display, promote, publish and distribute such information, content and photographs and to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such information and content, and to grant and authorize sub-licenses of the foregoing.”


2) You Are Paying To Use The Service

We believe that the biggest scam of all is when this site tries to charge you for using the features. wouldn’t have to go through so much trouble to create, replicate and distribute profiles, and then generate fake, automated communications if there was no gain on their end. But, whenever you try to interact in any way with other site members – you are asked to upgrade your account to a paid membership. services are not free and you will be charged big time to be able to use the site. Here are the offered payment options:

  • $29.99 to buy 1 month of membership
  • +$3.99 for first-time subscribers membership fee
  • $56.97 to buy 3 months of membership
  • $83.94 to buy 6 months of membership


3) You Get A Ton Of Messages uses computer-automated messages, sent to you by computer software. This means that no one is actually sending you emails and no one is interacting with you, but these messages are only a marketing tool used by the site to get you engaged in their services. The computer-automated messages will be sent to you at different periods of the day, and they will be coming from fabricated profiles (not real site members).

FROM THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE: “By becoming a Member, You agree to accept and consent to receiving email communications initiated from Us or through Us including, without limitation: message notification emails, “Your Match” emails, emails informing you about events and parties We organize, emails informing You of changes to the Service and emails informing You of promotions that either We provide or that are being provided by third parties.”


4) How Come They Fabricate Member’s Profiles?

The profiles uses to send you communications through are fabricated and created by the owner company. Such profiles are illegally created using profile information from other users who once got deceived and posted on the site – just like you post yours when creating your account. These profiles contain images, data, names, etc. that originally belong to other people and are taken from other dating sites and networks.

When takes your information they have the exclusive right to do whatever they want with them and the same happens to other people’s personal info. This only explains why has a need to collect your profile data and points out that they will distribute them on other affiliated sites or share with contractors. Just think about it: Who is behind the dating profiles posted on other networks if it’s not you?


The verdict on is hiding under the mask of a Christian and honest online dating site, when it is actually associated with other scamming dating sites run by the same company, who use the same scamming techniques to double-cross and rip off naive people. We advise you to always pay close attention and never give your credit card information to a dating site without reading the terms and conditions of use first. In the end, this is what we can conclude about

  • will take your info and use it on other dating sites without explicitly asking your permission.
  • Your personal information and interests will be distributed throughout the internet and you will no longer belong to you.
  • Email and chat messages you receive are completely computer-automated sent through fabricated profiles
  • The site is full of members’ dating profiles that have also been illegitimately taken from them
  • is NOT a free dating service and you will be ripped off
  • You can never know whether you are communicating with a real good Christian or if the site is scamming you Scam Questions

Got anything to ask or add? Feel free to use the comments section below to post your questions about any uncertainties or to share your personal experiences with Contact Info

Address: 11150 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 600, Los Angeles, California 90025

Email Contact: Contact Page

Phone Number: 1-866-660-7924

Report and File a Complaint

Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been deceived, ripped off and conned.


9 thoughts on “Beware Of Scams And Sins (REVIEW)”

  1. I met a guy on Christian mingle…an army guy so he said…it was a scam. I was to smart for him. Please aware if the army men. His name Martin Lutz Austin. So he said.

    • Is there a way to have an attorney look into a possible fake profile I just ran into on Christian Mingle? I am so tired of the scams but believe this one could have been an ex I am currently having problems with. We’re going through the court system and would love to know which of the 2 ex’s it could be. One was a 12 year relationship that admitted she at one time at the 2 year mark posted a fake profile on anther site, at that time we had been broken up then got back together for a period of 10 years. I would really appreciate any knowledge you have obtained from your experience. Thank you sincerely

  2. i signed up at the beginning of september, approximately 3 weeks ago. the only contacts i have received are phonies. that’s it. that is all. the majority of them list their home in texas. what is up with that? i am sick over this. i just wanted a chance to meet a decent guy. i can’t believe i paid as much money as i did. i can’t believe others believe it is a scam too. i am heartbroken. i am not meeting anyone and just wanted a chance to meet a decent guy. if i knew how to report this website i would.

  3. i just checked out silver singles. someone mentioned they were superior to christian mingle. well, i almost just signed up but checked out their terms and conditions. they are also owned by the same parent company as christian mingle, and also found this under their terms and conditions: 1.5 The Agreement, as it may be amended from time to time, applies to all users of any our Services.

    1.6 If you become a Member, you will be able to access the Services associated with the Company product(s) for which you hold a Membership. If you meet certain requirements, the Company may in its discretion make your profile visible to Users of other Websites and Apps operated by the Company for which you do not have a Membership. so much for silver singles!

  4. Try if you’re willing to pay. Although it costs (I remember it was way less) and they boast being Christian owned and it really did seem legitimate…. but it also wasn’t as good a site interface and there were a fraction of the profiles (but if ChristianMingle’s profiles are mostly fake, then this would be why). Another is ChristianDatingForFree and it’s definitely free, but it’s also got a lot less profiles (and a LOT of people from around the world contact you hoping you’ll bring them to the western world).

  5. “ChristianMingle” is HARDLY Christian–they wish you “happy holidays” on their site. When I sent them a question asking why a supposedly “Christian” site would wish its users “happy holidays,” they blocked me. Just the idea that they pose as “Christian” is a scam. The men I met on this site were *hardly* Christian–basically, any creep can call themselves a Christian and get on to this site. There were so many creeps on this site, and the amount of spam I received went up exponentially after signing up with it–they definitely use and sell your e-mail address to spam robots.

  6. Yes, I believe it’s TRUE. They prey on the divorced and those listed as heavy set. Strangely they all have foreign accents and very romantic so quickly. Beware when they say they went off the site as soon as they “met” you. Stay away from “CoolDad” from Canada and “nuthrway” a “frenchman” living in the states. Both were extremely offended when I simply asked to verify their identity. They never communicate with legitimate text messaging apps and phone calls often have digital interfaces or problems. “Its ur phone babe!” I agree with ChristianCafe. Still plenty of creeps, but real life creeps! LOL

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