How Cheats You? (REVIEW)

FlirtingCheaters homepage is a dating site where it seems that you can find hundreds of beautiful and gorgeous women. Although this sounds amazing, it is too good to be true. That’s why the Dating Cop team set out to do a review on We invite you to continue reading and find out the truth about this site.

In the end, we invite your questions, as well as your personal experiences from using Sharing your story may help other readers fall for the same scamming tricks.

How to assess the risk of scam

When accessing an online dating platform, there are several clues that can lead you to the conclusion whether it’s a scam or a legitimate one. Here are several questions that may help you decide if you should trust or mistrust

  1. Does promise free membership but ask for your credit card information?
  2. Do dating profiles seem too good to be true?
  3. Are you being contacted by a number of members but cannot reply?

Keep in mind that dating websites like tend to promise free matchmaking services, but charge you big time instead. They usually have no real members behind the dating profiles and are ready to deceive you in all ways just to deceive you into upgrading to a paid subscription.


1) Your Credit Card Data Is Required

This should be your red alarm No.1! Usually, when an online dating website requires you to submit your credit card information “to verify your identity” or to make sure you are “over 18 years of age”, you shouldn’t fall for it. 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 payment page and read the text to find out that not only are you charged monthly membership fees on, but for other websites too. Here is the price-list:

  • $49.95 for a monthly subscription to (automatically renewable)
  • $39.61 for a monthly membership to (automatically renewable)
  • $28.87 for a monthly membership to (automatically renewable)


2) Fabricated Dating Profiles Called “Love Stars”

“Love Stars” dating profiles are completely fabricated and have no real people using them. Basically, nothing in these profiles is real, including their pictures, personal information, descriptions and interests. The fabricated profiles are created by the company who owns and runs, in order 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).

How do they fabricate the dating profiles?

Read this: All information uploaded or published on a public place of the, is automatically owned by the site. So, they gain all proprietary and legal rights to use, reuse and distribute your information however they wish, and this includes translating, mixing-and-matching yours with someone else’s info, and posting these profiles with your data on all websites within their network.

TERMS OF USE EXCERPT: By posting Content to any public area of FlirtingCheaters, you automatically grant, and you represent and warrant that you have the right to grant, to FlirtingCheaters an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, fully paid, worldwide license to use, copy, perform, display, and distribute such information and content and to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such information and content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing. Specifically you agree and acknowledge that your profile and related information and content may be utilized and displayed on other sites which are owned by related companies or authorized services providers (“Network websites”).”

TERMS OF USE EXCERPT: “You also understand and acknowledge that some users and members may provide inaccurate information, messages, and profile data and you agree that FlirtingCheaters 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.”


3) Electronic Communications sends computer automated messages through the fake “Love Stars” profiles. We started receiving chat and email messages immediately after signing up. The weird thing was that we didn’t have any information, text or photos on our profile when we started getting these messages (we didn’t think we needed any since it’s just a test profile). Later, we found out that hopes you will upgrade you membership from free-basic to a paid one. Also, you are blocked form reading any of the messages you receive or contact anyone on the site without paying for a monthly membership first, so your credit card info is kind of extorted.

TERMS OF USE EXCERPT: “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, for purposes of encouraging further or broader participation in our site’s Services and/or to monitor user activity.”


The verdict on

There will never be any physical encounters between you and anyone you meet on, simply because all the dating profiles are fake and the messages are completely electronic. If you do not notice the scam, will keep sending you messages to keep you entertained for as long as they can charge your credit card. We kindly advise you to always read the terms of use on such sites, because you obviously have no reason to trust them. Scam Questions

Want to know more? Send us your questions through the comments section below and we’ll provide a personal and prompt answer. You are also welcomed to share your personal experiences with and help others by sharing your story. 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.