These Expert Tips Will Help You Stay Safe and Sound While You Are Browsing the Scam of

These shenanigans of free online dating never seem to stop! Today, we are investigating, another casual sex scam that has the flashy advertisement “100% free dating” playing games with innocent users just when they reach the site. There is nothing free on and our review is going to reveal that the services are not only not free, but also quite expensive including unnecessary extra fees.


Do you remember our old fraudulent friends Nautell? And how about their counterparts ‘Tralox’? Well, you don’t need to look any further to find another casual sex scam related to the ‘Tralox’ network of websites. The proof of their ownership is right at the beginning of the ‘Terms and Conditions’ document. We are bringing it here so that you are able to manage your browsing in a safer way. Just watch our evidence and you will be safe:

Now, whether ‘Nautell’ and ‘Tralox’ are one and the same company, we can’t tell by documented evidence. But, it doesn’t take more than a decent amount of common sense to conclude that they are somehow related. The same design, the same fonts and the same features exist on both hookup site networks. It is so obvious, it will poke your eyes! You just need to make a simple comparison of two examples of reviews for the two companies and it will be as clear as a bright and shining day in July!

Now, they do admit that they are working on a network of websites and that they use your data and your email to get in touch with affiliates and partner companies that will send additional SMS offers and other commercial services to make you buy something else that you don’t need:

Why is an Online Dating Scam

There is no great philosophy to the fraudulent workings of – they use the standard trick of setting virtual profiles of women called ‘Love Stars’ and then manipulating users into upgrades by a constant flood of messages. Here is how they work from a quote extracted from’s “Terms of Use’:

Our LS work for the site in an effort to stimulate dialogue with users and to stimulate user participation on the Website and Services, advertisement of the Website and Services, and the creation of user profiles. The LS also monitor user activities and communications to ensure compliance with our Terms and Conditions. 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. 

‘Love Stars’ Send Software-Generated Messages

The sole existence of the fabricated profiles would mean nothing without their activity. So, yes, they do work relentlessly to turn as many people as possible into paid subscribers, and here you can read more about the way they do it, and what are the functions they have:

Hidden Fees in the’s Prechecked Boxes

Here is the main upgrade screen connected to the landing page which shows up immediately after you register, answer some admittance poll questions and create a profile. So, evidently the subscription is not free at all – those 100% evaporate into thin air. On the other hand, you get that pre-checked box on the right which makes it all about the extra services. (Please note that the main subscription fees entered below do not include these additional fraudulent fees, so, be careful):

Price Tag

  • $2.97 for a 3-day trial that turns into $39.95 a month membership
  • $29.95 for a paid monthly membership
  • $74.85 for a paid 3-month membership
  • $119.70 for a paid 6-month membership

Busted or Trusted?

Tralox and Nautell use totally identical scamming tactics that are obvious even to total laypersons in the online dating arena, You have to be really inattentive to miss what and how they do it. Just a reminder before you are off to safer places on legit dating sites – make sure that you compare the networks. All is said and done for!

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