Separating Facts From Fiction (REVIEW)

SeniorsMeet is a part of the People Media 50+ Network that also includes dating sites for the elderly such as and Will this online dating site really introduce you to someone who you’d like to share a conversation with? Do they help you find your true match? Well, those are questions we wanted to find the answers to, so we thoroughly investigated Continue reading to learn how to avoid getting scammed and ripped off.

In short, here’s what we found out:

  • Your personal profile data are reclaimed by the site and distributed across other sites and networks without explicitly notifying you
  • Those profiles are used to populate the site and to send messages
  • Email and chat messages are automated and sent by computer software
  • You are deceived into paying for the site’s services and features
  • There is no way to know whether you are communicating with a genuine person or with a computer hiding behind a fabricated profile signs of scam you should be aware of

From the very beginning, many things on this site raised our red flags. Following our intuition lead us straight to the evidence about workings. When we visited the Terms and Conditions page, we even found sections that verify each one of our suspicions.


1st Sign of Scam: Reuse Of Content Posted By You

Unless you read this in the terms of use, you will never be aware that your personal information is used, reused, and distributed to the site’s affiliate websites and dating networks. By agreeing to the terms of use, you give a permission to access and take your photos, personal information, interests, and communications sent through messages on the site and shared on other dating sites run by the same company or by related companies. Then, once you upload anything on your profile – has the exclusive right to take and use these data however they wish.

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: “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. You represent and warrant that any posting and use of your Content by the Company will not infringe or violate the rights of any third party.”


2nd Sign of Scam: Electronic Emails And Test Profiles

It’s only a matter of few minutes before you to start getting messages from local women who seem to be very interested in you. But, trust us when we say that all messages sent to you are made-up. Plus, in the terms of use we found evidence pointing towards the use of system-sent email and chat messages.

At the same time, fabricates its dating profiles in order to fill up the sites with as many women as possible and deceive you into thinking you can actually communicate with them and eventually meet. They use the photographs, profile data, personal interests, and messages from real site members to create these “test profiles” and make them look as genuine as possible.

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: “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.”


3rd Sign of Scam: Subscriptions And Billing

If you are wondering why an online dating service would go through so much trouble to deceive you in so many various ways, you should know that is not a free dating site and is after your money. They hope to get the attention of an unexperienced and naive member, who won’t suspect any scams and rip you off. Here are the payment options you can choose from on

  • $19.99 to purchase 1 month of membership
  • $71.94 to purchase 6 months of membership
  • $77.94 to purchase 6 months of value membership

FROM THE TERMS OF USE: 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.”


The verdict on

The chances of meeting a real person on and that communication to result in a physical meeting are extremely lean, simply because you cannot tell apart the real from the created profiles. If you do not notice the scam, will keep sending you messages and keeping 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

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 as well as any feedback is welcomed by the Dating Cop Team and greatly appreciated. Contact Info

Address: People Media, Inc. 8300 Douglas Av, Dallas, TX 75225 USA

Contact Email: Contact Page

Phone Number: 1-866-727-8920

Report and File a Complaint

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