Read What Hopes You Never Find Out (REVIEW)


Many members of have already learned the hard way that this site is a scam and we hope it’s not too late for you to be warned before you realize that it’s not a legitimate dating site. We will review the ways lures you in to rip you off in the following text, and we kindly advise you to read carefully.

We put the legitimacy of to the test

As a part of our investigation we created a dating profile on and carefully read through the Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy to see what the site is all about. Although many suspicions for the illegitimacy of rose as we used the site, it wasn’t until we visited the terms and conditions of use page that we found solid evidence that back up our suspicions.


1) Fabricated “Elite Flirt” Profiles

As you are signing in, you are automatically agreeing to the terms of use and the use of Elite Flirts – which are completely fictitious dating profiles of women. These profiles are only recognizable by the little logo which reads “Elite Flirt” and is labeled with a red heart with wings. Using fabricated profiles to populate a dating site is not legitimate, but what is even more alarming was the fact that every profile we checked out was labeled as an Elite Flirt. This makes us wonder if there are any real women on the site.

We are highly suspicious of this kind of marketing tool and so should you. Any wife looking to hook up outside of the marriage won’t be posting photographs of herself and all personal information when any of her husband’s acquaintances (or the husband himself) could also be using the site. We simply don’t believe that women, as gorgeous as those you see on the site, would have to join an online dating service to find a date.

TERMS OF SERVICE EVIDENCE: “You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious, and are associated with our “EliteFlirts” service. Such profiles are designated with the following logo: Elite Flirt. You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the EliteFlirts service profiles do not pertain to any actual person, but are included for entertainment purposes only. Nothing contained in any EliteFlirts service profile is intended to describe or resemble any real person – living or dead. Any similarity between Elite Flirts user profile descriptions and any person is purely coincidental.”


2) Automated and Human-Generated Communications

The Elite Flirt profiles don’t only serve to fill up the site with women (clearly there are no real women using it), but they are also used to send computerized messages to you. needs to convince you this is a legitimate dating service, so they will send you messages that seem real and written in a natural language. These initial messages are computer-automated and completely electronic communications, sent without any human involvement.

However, has hired and paid employees whose job is to hide behind the fabricated profiles and pretend to be the people you see on those profiles. They will contact you and communicate with you to make conversations seem more natural and keep you engaged by stringing you along. needs employees for communications since the robot messages quickly make no sense. It is these people’s job to keep you believing that meeting in person and hooking up is possible for as long as you keep paying your subscription fees.

TERMS OF SERVICE EVIDENCE: “Initial messages from our Elite Flirts service may be automatically generated with no human involvement, and, messages and/or correspondence thereafter may be generated by third-parties hired or contracted by Us. You further understand, acknowledge, and agree that, from time-to-time, Elite Flirts profiles may contact both free users and paid users via computer-generated Instant Messages or emails for purposes of encouraging further or broader participation in our site’s services and/or to monitor user activity. These messages may be transmitted to multiple recipients at the same or similar time(s).”


3) The Rip Off Scam and Verification Of Age

As you are creating your profile, as early as in the sign-up process, will request your credit card information to “Verify you are above 18 years of age.” But, this is a total scam because if you scroll down that same page you will read that first they automatically select the 3 day trial for you, and then after this period your membership will be upgraded to a recurrent monthly subscription. Moreover, you will be charged over and over again every month until you notice the scam and cancel your paid membership on

Here is how much you will be charged:

  • $1.87 for a 3 day trial membership period
  • $34.95 for a monthly membership


The verdict on

Our advice is to be careful when using or completely avoid the site. Also, we hope that from now on you will be more careful when accessing online dating websites and services and that you will always read the terms and conditions of use before signing up, and especially before giving your money to a website online.

What we concluded from our investigation?

  • is intended for amusement purposes only
  • The site utilizes fantasy profiles called “Elite Flirts”
  • You get computer-animated messages from such fabricated profiles
  • is not a free dating service
  • Employees of the site may be posing as real members through the Elite Flirts service
  • You will never meet in person anyone you encounter on the site Scam Questions

We hope that we answered all your questions about the scamming fashions of If you have anything else you’d like to ask, feel free to post in the comments section below. Also, if you are a past user of the site we welcome you to share your personal experiences to help other readers. Contact Info

Address: Amory Building, Suite #4757, Victoria Road / Basseterre, SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS

Email Contact:

Phone Numbers: 1-855-628-6724 or 1-866-581-7539

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 and/or overcharged.