How can a dating site that says “Free Lifetime Memberships” or “Get Laid Free For Life” or “100% Free Lifetime Dating” ask you for your credit card information? Well, this scam is not the only way FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com earns off of you and we will uncover all illegitimate actions. We hope our investigation and review will help prevent you from getting ripped off.
The truth about FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com
From the very beginning, many things about FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com seemed fishy. But, we needed solid poof to back up our suspicions. So, we set out to do a thorough investigation to find strong evidence about FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com, which we found in several sentences in the terms and conditions of use-section on the site.
1) Why they need your credit card information?
Don’t be naive! When an online dating website requires you to submit your credit card information claiming to them to verify your identity or to make sure you are over 18 years of age and can legally become a member. Even though they are flaunting their words about free lifetime membership, you should know that it’s a scam. Just look on the right side of the page and read the text to find out that not only are you charged monthly membership fees for FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com, but for other websites too. Here is the price-list:
- $49.95 for a monthly subscription to FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com (automatically renewable)
- $39.61 for a monthly membership to VibeVideo.com (automatically renewable)
- $28.87 for a monthly membership to VideoErotic.com (automatically renewable)
2) Electronic Messages and Communications
Automated and false messages are actually the first deception you can spot on FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com, since it takes only a few minutes for you to start getting messages from local women who seem to be very interested in you and flirting. Believe us when we say that all messages sent to you are made-up and sent by computer software to you and many other site members at the same time. Also, while reading the terms and conditions of use document we found out a paragraph that confirms that.
3) Fabricated Love Star Profiles
It would be easy to overlook such profiles that are only used as marketing tools only if there were a few of them. However, every single dating profile that we opened and viewed was labeled with the little star and “LS” logo. If you are someone who wouldn’t see the logo as a sign of fabricated profile, you’d easily believe that this person is absolutely real. The Love Star profiles contain photographs, personal information, preferences, interests, descriptions etc. Also, a part of the “Love Stars” deception is sending you those computer-automated email and chat messages.
4) How Are The Fabricated Profiles Created?
If you read through the terms and conditions of use agreement carefully, you will learn that FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com gains legal rights over all information you post in a public area of the site. And, NO. They don’t only keep them out of security reasons or out of any other honest reasons. It is legal for FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com to modify, translate, mix-and-match, reuse and distribute the gathered info throughout their affiliated dating websites. This explains why the profiles you see on FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com are not real people, but fabricated Love Stars profiles created with the data taken from other naive people who once created a profile.
The verdict on FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com
FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com Scam Questions
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FreeLifetimeFuckDate.com Contact Info
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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.