When the website of a dating service says that it has over one million active users, and the number of followers on social media is just a bit over 1,000 I know that there is something fishy with the dating business. This is exactly the situation with QuickFlirt.com. From experience, I know that the likelihood of dealing with a fraudulent website is like eight times stronger than having to deal with a genuine site, I don’t hold my expectations too high. In the case of QuickFlirt.com, I knew that I am inspecting a scam from the moment I saw that it is operated by the Together Networks.
Together Networks Holding has a range of sites that are operated as a group where users join one site and get duplicated across several of them while getting charged for each access. Check the process about this fraudulent method in the next section, and now let us see the empty promises given by QuickFlirt.com which are put on the front screen and which have almost nothing to do with the factual circumstances and the rules explained at the “back” of the website, where the Terms & Conditions are:
- Chats with frequency of over 110 million people per month
- One million active singles
- Around-the-clock customer support
- 100% security with added protection tools
- East registration and dating start
- Find, share photos and meet with nearby singles by location
- Share chat in common interest rooms
Why is QuickFlirt.com a Fraudulent Dating Website
- #1) QuickFlirt.com is part of the Together Networks and creates duplicate profiles with your data.
This argument is in close relation to the next one but let me first explain how these “holdings” work so that you know what can be the consequences of the sharing of your profiles on several websites. Privacy and discretion may be the least of your problems when you find out that you will be contacted by a dating community in which you are not interested because – well, that is just what QuickFlirt.com does. You must be aware that your information will be made available in several places at once, so make sure to thoroughly check this fact after you register and pay (if you must!):
- #2) You will be offered new subscriptions to alternative websites that may cost you more.
Just pay attention here – you will get your profile shared across the network but in case you accept one of the date booster packages which are offered on a random basis while you browse for dates on your primary website, you will need to pay the rate for each of the sites. Isn’t that nice? You pay for the same service as many times as you say yes to the date booster offer:
- #3) To communicate via SMS you must pay extra and can not refund that amount.
This is not the key problem with QuickFlirt.com because if you have already got to the point where you need to pay for SMS, you will have many other problems to solve which come from the other slips you have made before. That is – unless you are a chatty person and start sending messages like crazy – then, trust me, this might turn out to be your biggest problem, as they are not included in the basic membership, and on top of that, they are non-refundable:
- $4.47 is the cost for a three-day trial
- $34.99 is the cost for a one-month membership
- $59.96 is the cost for a three-month membership
- $95.94 is the cost for a six-month membership
Busted or Trusted?
I have busted Together Networks many times before but I always want to check all facts before I decide on a site’s credibility so that you get the best possible review. It turned out that I didn’t need to give a benefit of a doubt to this fraudsters since it is a highly likely scam. I don’t need any more conviction – do you?