To find out whether DearAsians.com is a safe dating platform to connect with Asian people, we created a test profile. We also carefully read the Terms and Conditions, and scanned the internet for past users' testimonials, and first-hand experiences.
The first thing that we noticed is that it is almost impossible to find information about this website, or the operating company. According to what is written in the footers on the landing page, DearAsians.com was founded in 2022. Therefore, it is not surprising that they have not received any reviews, so far. Unfortunately, this also means that it is not too popular yet.
How to register
To create an account, you only need to provide some basic information, such as username, email, and password. Uploading a picture is not mandatory. The registration process is quick and easy. The member's area is well-structured. All the most important features can be spotted at first sight. The navigation experience is positive overall, thanks to the modern and intuitive design of the interface.
The profiles seem real
We checked several profiles, and we had a clear feeling that they might be genuine. During our test, we did not receive any messages. This is completely normal on an honest dating website, especially considering that we did not upload any photos. When you receive many messages in the first few minutes after your registration, it is more than likely that the platform implements a fake chat scam. This does not happen on DearAsians.com.
This is what we disliked
To access the paid features, users are offered a subscription for a recurring membership, or an opportunity to buy “coins.” At first, we thought that it was good to give members the choice of different payment methods. Unfortunately, the pricing policy is not clearly explained. As we understand it, you might need both options, to fully enjoy DearAsians.com. This is not a rip-off, of course, but your experience on this platform might turn out to be much more expensive than expected.
We have no reason to question the good intentions of Тech Digitаlisаtion Ltd, the Irish company from Dublin, which runs DearAsians.com. However, a bit more clarity about costs, coins, and subscriptions, would make us more willing to trust this operator.