Aims To Rip Off Its Users (REVIEW)

FreeLifeTimeCheating is one of many other online dating sites that are using all tools and tactics in the book to get to your money. They claim that they offer 100% free adult dating, but if you signed up and created a free profile, you need to be careful not to get scammed or ripped off. In this review, we will explain the scamming mechanisms of, so continue reading.

What we discovered about

  • The site is not free of charge
  • You get computer-automated messages
  • Dating profiles of women are completely fabricated
  • You cannot meet anyone you encounter on the site in person

Proving is one big scam

Although we gathered most of our proof by exploring through the website and trying to use its features, we found a lot of valuable evidence in the Terms and Conditions of Use page. The details follow below.


Scam No.1 – No Free Dating

Although this site tends to claim over and over again that it provides you with a free membership for life, this is far from the truth. When you are taken to the payment page and asked to fill in your credit card information, this is NOT required for security reasons. claims this information are needed to ensure you are above 18 years of age, which is a true hoax, and your credit card info will be used to charge money off your credit card for as long as you don’t notice. In fact, if you scroll to the bottom of the payment page you will discover that you are subscribing to a recurring membership on

  • $49.95 for a monthly membership to
  • $39.61 for a monthly subscription to
  • $28.87 for a monthly subscription to

TERMS OF USE AGREEMENT: “For your convenience, the costs and duration of your membership are supplied to you on our registration page on signup. The preauthorization is not a charge to the credit card. However, the then applicable monthly subscription rate may be reserved against the Member’s available credit card limit.”


Scam No.2 – Fabricated Dating Profiles

None of the information contained in the dating profiles displayed on the site is real. These profiles are called “Love Stars” and their pictures, personal information, descriptions and interests – everything is completely made-up. The fabricated profiles are created by to fill up the site with gorgeous women (when in fact there are none) and to use these profiles to send you computer-automated messages (to make it look like women are trying to get in touch).

TERMS OF USE AGREEMENT: “You also understand and acknowledge that some users and members may provide inaccurate information, messages, and profile data and you agree that FreeLifeTimeCheating shall not be liable to you in any manner for the same. You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots related to our “Love Stars” (LS) program. You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the information, text, and pictures contained in the LS profiles do not pertain to any actual person or member, but are included for entertainment purposes only.”


Scam No.3 – Computer-Animated Communications

Minutes after creating your account, you start getting emails, chats and other communications from other members of However, the only information you can see is who sent the email and the subject line. When you try to open the messages or respond, you are once again asked to pay for a membership upgrade. These computer-sent messages are yet another mechanism uses to get to your money by deceiving you.

TERMS OF USE AGREEMENT: Our LS work for the site in an effort to stimulate dialogue with users and to stimulate user participation on the Website and Services. You further understand, acknowledge, and agree that, from time-to-time, LS may contact Website and Services users and members via electronic messaging, including for example, email, instant messages, and SMS.”


The verdict on

It seems that it’s all about the money on You can never be sure or trust the ladies or the service. Also, if was a genuine dating site they wouldn’t make its members pay for every service they use. It is clear that this is a money-making service and not a dating service, and unfortunately naive people are the ones who end up scammed and ripped off. Scam Questions

For any questions you might want to ask or if you’d like to add something, feel free to post in the comments section below. We’d love to read about your personal experiences on or answer any additional inquiries you may have. Contact Info

Address: Stasinou, 1 Mitsi Building 1, 1st floor, Office 4 Plateia Eleftherias, Nicosia Cyprus 1060

Email Contact:

Phone Number: 877-597-3436

Report and File a Complaint

If you feel you have been deceived and overcharged by this site, there is something you can do. Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site after you cancel your paid membership.