OurTime.com Scams People Over 50 Years Of Age (REVIEW)


Owned and run by the People Media 50+ Network, OurTime.com another one of this company’s dating sites for men and women over 50 years of age, which also include the previously reviewed by the Dating Cop Team websites such as, SeniorPeopleMeet.com and SerniorsMeet.com. OurTime.com claims to be an online dating community that focuses on the specific interests and desires of mature people. But is this true? Can you really meet someone your age on OurTime.com? Is this a legitimate and honest dating website? We answer these and many more questions in the following text, and we invite your questions in the comments section at the end of the page.

Facts about OurTime.com’s illegitimacy

After checking out the website and dating services, and after reading through the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, we have compiled a bunch of evidence that prove OurTime.com doesn’t really work honestly. Here is how this site tends to scam you.

1) Membership and Member Profile Scams

First of all, when you sign up and create your profile on OurTime.com, you automatically get a profile on the other dating websites owned by the company. Did you get a notification about this? And, how come you get no communications from your dating profiles posted elsewhere? These are suspicious actions and we have still not been able to answer who is behind your profile on other dating sites and whether there is a way to know if another person’s dating site is real or just distributed from another website.

PROOF OF SCAM: “For purposes of this Agreement, the term “Service” contemplates that a Member of one Website is also a Member of each other Website.”

Another problem is that in the case you want to stop using OurTime.com services, you can cancel your membership and subscription, but you cannot take down your personal profile. That means that it will stay on OurTime.com and its affiliated websites FOREVER! Also, you cannot know if a person you want to get in touch with is still active or just someone’s past profile.

PROOF OF SCAM: A Member profile (both subscribers and non-subscribers) may remain posted on the Website even if that Member is not actively using the Service.”

You don’t own your personal information anymore after you post or publish them on a public place of the site, and that includes your own dating profile. This means that videos, photographs, personal information, descriptions, etc. are owned by the company. That being said, they also gain all legal rights to use, change, distribute, and sell these info to anyone they want – and that includes other websites within the company and completely different dating networks.

PROOF OF SCAM: “By posting Content on the Website or as part of the Service, you automatically grant, and you represent and warrant that you have the right to grant, to the Company, its affiliates, licensees and successors, an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, fully paid-up, worldwide right and license to (i) use, copy, store, perform, display, reproduce, record, play, adapt, modify and distribute such Content, (ii) prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such Content, and (iii) grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing in any media now known or hereafter created.”

2) Subscription and Billing Scam

Even if you decide to upgrade to a paid membership it won’t be a one-time-thing and won’t only last for the period you decided to subscribe for. Instead, you are automatically billed for and new membership period right after the initial one ends, and the automatic renewal will continue until you notice this has been happening and cancel your membership.

PROOF OF SCAM: “Your subscription will continue indefinitely until cancelled by you. After your initial subscription commitment period, and again after any subsequent subscription period, your subscription will automatically continue for an additional equivalent period, at the price you agreed to when subscribing. You agree that your account will be subject to this automatic renewal feature.”

3) Electronic and Scripted Communications

We suspect that “relationship communications relating to the Service” means sending of computer-automated and previously written communications sent through the false member’s profiles to you. OurTime.com sends these chat and email messages, and notifications to make you believe that people are contacting you. The catch is that you cannot open or read, nor reply to them unless you select a subscription plan and enter your credit card data first.

PROOF OF SCAM: “When you become a Member, you agree and consent to receive email messages from us. These emails may be transactional or relationship communications relating to the Service. From time to time, employees of the Company (or its parent or affiliated companies) may create test dating profiles for the purpose of testing the functionality of our Service and website processes to improve service quality for our Members.”

The verdict on OurTime.com

This is one scamming and cheating site. Please be careful and remember to always read the terms and conditions of use before you give your money to an online dating site. OurTime.com is a scam aimed at deceiving and ripping off the elderly folks seeking some companionship and fun.

OurTime.com Scam Questions

If you have any additional questions that weren’t answered in the text above and you’d like to learn more, please post them in the comments section below. Your personal experiences with using OurTime.com as well as any feedback is welcomed by the Dating Cop Team and greatly appreciated.

OurTime.com Contact Info

Address: P.O. Box 12627, Dallas, TX 75225

Email Contact: Contact Page

Phone Number: 1-866-727-8920

Report and File a Complaint

You can contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint and report the site If you feel you have been ripped off and/or conned.

12 thoughts on “OurTime.com Scams People Over 50 Years Of Age (REVIEW)”

  1. Is it possible to ever get your personal info removed from these sites that repost your profile without your permission once you sign up?

    • Any female that would fall for that scam, hasnt had much experience with Facebook & Fake Accounts. Duhhh.

    • Any female that would fall for that scam, Soldier Boy, lifted from online-hasnt had much experience with Facebook & Fake Accounts. Duhhh.

  2. The site is full of scammers and stolen pictures. The site also send pictures of a great looking man in my city but he is not there, its a profile that may have been once but is no longer,

  3. Yes, I agree, these online dating sites particularly aimed at the over 50 crowd are being targeted with fake profiles and scams. Over 50 crowd needs to BEWARE! Why isn’t there a verification process? If you go on website like Care.com or babysitter.com or even places that clean your house, their are verification and background checks. The owners of these websites owe it to their paying customers that they are not being scammed and put a verification process online to protect the consumer.

  4. I cannot seem to remove my profile as they say to ion their FAQ section as I keep getting an “access to your account settings is currently unavailable” message. I have uploaded a photo as requested several days ago but it is still “pending approval”. I was certainly surprised to find their Terms and Conditions was 18 printed pages long and mainly details what rights you don’t have. I don’t trust this site or their parent company. Seem to be among the scam artists trying to con seniors.

    • I tried upgrading to be able to read messages etc on Our Time. My credit card was declined 8 times. During that time I called people media and they said the technical issue was fixed. Still did not work. I think they just wanted my photos and info.
      I went into my profile, clicked on each photo and then clicked delete on each photo, at least I think it was deleted but sounds like they store them. Then I went to my acct and clicked on remove my profile.said was successful but who knows. I hope I do not get charged 8 fees as they were originally declined. Best of luck

    • Hey, smarten up ! ! ! You ERASE your Profile & Photos, BEFORE, you shut down your page- I would suggest doing it a week before time is up, to avoid extra charge. You SERIOUSLY need to use the brain, thats in your head woman !

  5. You cant be ignorant and expect no problems. Use you brain, nobody taught me what to do! Erase your Profile, BEFORE you delte your membership, and delete it a week BEFORE times up. That way, you dont leave traces of yourself online, or pay extra. Its not that hard, Im age-62 female. I got 1 Month at Ourtime, no problems. Maybe too many responses before I was a Paying MEMBER. Thats IT.

  6. This site contains trolling scams. For me they wanted my email. Came across many who show their phone numbers in pictures or in text, asking you to be smart enough to figure out their clever hidden phone number. Note that rarely is any number area code the same as the location of the sender.

  7. I did research and starting with ZOOSK, a German Owned Company, I checked My Bank statement, and the charges I agreed to, I first suspend my account and then called the 800 # that was on my statement! Then, I called and spoke with one of the rep’s and pointed out how are Senior’s to get a date and meet during this Pandemic! When you go to the site and provide your # to connect there is no call! Of Course, I cancelled my account! I even posted my findings on Linkedin. If the charges show up again I will send my findings to the AG’s Office who will review and send to the Consumer Protection Agency for further investigation! These sites generate millions of dollars as the prey on Lonely Seniors! SCAM for sure!

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