iHeartBreaker Review: iHeartbreaker has a good sales pitch. Thousands of new members each day. Meet up for passion or romance, and try it for free. Unfortunately, none of these statements are true.
You’ll notice on the sign up page that by signing up, you are consenting to the use of fantasy cuties. Fantasy cuties are fake profiles created by the company that are either run by people employed by the company or automated computer programs.
Assuming you still want to continue, you’ll need to choose a username, password, enter your email, zip code, and age range. Then you’ll need to confirm your email, so they can be sure that they are spamming the correct person. If you can’t find the confirmation email, it’s probably where it belongs. In your spam folder.
The site doesn’t automatically take you to your profile, but you can click on the profile tab and fill out the usual profile information. Of course, there’s really no need, because you won’t find any real women here.
You can conduct a basic search for free. You’ll notice that nearly all the women are very scantily clothed. If you look at their profile, you’ll notice a gold star with an FC on every profile. That means these profiles are fantasy cuties. Every profile on the site is fictitious.
However, the site goes even further in its honesty if you take the time to read the fine print. According to iHeartbreaker’s terms of service, “You comprehend, acknowledge, and accept that our Service, presented in the style of an online dating service, is an entertainment service. All content is provided for the entertainment and amusement of You.”
The site isn’t created to get you a date. It is created to “entertain” you. In other words, to convince you to pay money to talk with fictitious women. You have to upgrade to a paid membership before you can send any messages at all. You are bombarded with instant messages of girls wanted to chat, and tempted to message women because of their hot pictures.
In addition, you have to purchase tokens to send instant messages to what is likely no more than a computer program. Even if the woman on the other side of the screen is real, she is being paid to talk to you.
The site claims to have a “no risk guarantee” if you don’t hook up with someone from the site. Of course, instead of refunding your money, they just give you another month of membership.
- Sexy photos
- No real women
- Must purchase membership to send messages
iHeartBreaker Review: Bottom Line
This site is completely useless. All the women are fake profiles. You won’t find anyone to date on this site.