If for any reason you’ve found yourself thinking about signing up and trying your luck on MillionaireForMe.com, you might want to rethink. We understand it seems as a welcoming and pleasant community where you can meet a partner or have some fun, but it may lead you to a great disappointment. Continue reading this review to find out what’s really hiding behind the classy exterior of MillionaireForMe.com.
Why MillionaireForMe.com is illegitimate?
Several clues point towards the fact that MillionaireForMe.com is a dating site that baits naive people, scams them and rips them off without them noticing. Here, we will disclose what we found about the workings of MillionaireForMe.com.
1) Millionaires On MillionaireForMe.com Are Not Real
Did you really think that there are desperate millionaires in the world who have trouble meeting gorgeous women and would need a dating platform such as MillionaireForMe.com to do so? If you were deceived into believing that any of those people you see on MillionaireForMe.com were real, then you should learn that all the member profiles you see are fabricated by the company that owns and runs MillionaireForMe.com. These created dating profiles are called Love Stars and you can check if someone is a LS by the logo imprinted on their profile.
2) Electronic Communications Sent Through “Love Stars”
Once you sign up and create your profile, you will start receiving many chats, email messages, different notifications, which are informing you that other members of MillionaireForMe.com are interested in you. We got a lot of messages, but were blocked from opening, reading, or replying. That’s how we figured out what MillionaireForMe.com is actually all about. Whenever you try to communicate with another site member, MillionaireForMe.com you are taken to a payment page where you have to provide your credit card information and choose a subscription plan. So, unless you give them your money you don’t get to message or connect.
3) Subscription Fees And Recurring Payments
In the section above we already talked about the subscription conditions and extortion of your credit card info. Basically, if you see a millionaire you’d like to start a conversation with, you’d have to pay to be able to send them a message. And, when you get tons of messages in your inbox (from millionaires-so they say), you have to upgrade your membership to be able to read the content of the emails or to write back. Plus, subscription is not a one-time-thing here. You will be automatically charged every month and your membership will be prolonged for as long as you don’t cancel your membership (they don’t notify you about expiration of one subscription or for the new billing). Here are the MillionaireForMe.com payment options:
- $2.97 for a 3 day trial subscription – automatically renewed at $39.95 per month
- $29.95 for 1 month of subscription to the site
- $74.85 for 3 months of subscription to the site
- $119.70 for 6 months of subscription to the site
4) Not A Real Matchmaking Service
MillionaireForMe.com is not a real dating site where you can meet people and hopefully take your communication outside of the website. It is impossible for this site to introduce you to anyone real since their profiles are created and their correspondence is computer-automated.
The verdict on MillionaireForMe.com
We kindheartedly advise you to remember to always read the terms and conditions of use since websites tend to hide many important facts precisely in this document. We know that no one really reads the terms and conditions, but it just may save you from getting scammed or ripped off.
MillionaireForMe.com Scam Questions
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MillionaireForMe.com Contact Info
Address: Stasinou, 1 Mitsi Building 1, 1st floor, Flat/Office, Plateia Eleftherias, Nicosia Cyprus 1060
Email Contact: email@example.com
Phone Number: 877-597-3436
Report and File a Complaint
Contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site if you feel you have been conned and/or ripped off.