Fake adult site chat bots
The only purpose of chat bots like the one we encountered, is to trick people into signing up and submitting their credit card details insecurely.
Whoever gains access to the requested information (name, card number, CVC/CVV code and so on) can use your credit card on the internet for whatever they want.
The site doesn’t even use the HTTP secure protocol (which would give the URL the “https://…” prefix), so our dating adventure ends here.
While chat bots may have a legitimate purpose (such as leaving an automated message when you are offline), that isn’t the case here.
That doesn’t add up either and when we ask about it, the question is completely ignored.
All this makes it obvious that instead of chatting with a real person we are in fact dealing with a chat bot.
We are asked to sign up to what appears to be an X-rated video chat site: It looks like our Eva is in fact Nancy, but who cares about such minor details when it appears we have a free date?
There goes our free date and at the same time this reveals the true aim of this scam: credit card fraud.
“Safe Secure Encrypted” sounds good, but unfortunately we are not convinced of the accuracy of this statement.
All pretty girls and they all just happen to be interested in emailing me at the same time, but there is just one problem....want money in order to be able to talk to them.
The entire thing is so comical but also insulting to one's common sense and intelligence and just goes contrary to the nature of women. Lo and behold, shortly after the trial period, a mysterious charge shows up on my bank account for almost 35 dollars. We will certainly look further into your query and use your feedback to improve our service.