Discreet-Meets.com presents itself with a nice landing page full of eye-catching pictures and appealing content. Its advertising offers a huge members' pool where everyday users from all over the world supposedly find their perfect matches, whatever they might be looking for. It promises international sex affairs are available at your fingertips, regardless of your current location. Visitors are invited to join the website free of charge. This is just the first in a long list of lies.
The creation of a personal profile alone is free, but this doesn't mean you can communicate with other members without spending money. Costs arise from the need to buy and use coins. This is the most expensive payment method you will ever find on any dating website.
High costs for fake chat
Coins are virtual items that can be spent to access the various features available on Discreet-Meets.com. Users have to pay 40 coins for every single message they send. This equals roughly £ 2.00. Even just a quick conversation that lasts no more than ten minutes can thus turn into a very expensive experience.
The internet is full of reviews from past users that describe how they have wasted an absolute fortune here in just a few minutes. And even this isn’t the most serious issue we have with this platform. The real scam is that a lot of profiles in the members’ area are fake.
The following is stated in the Terms and Conditions
The Company operates system profiles (i.e. profiles connected to Accounts which have been created by the Company and which are either operated by contractors of the Company who impersonate the persons portrayed in such profiles or by a system designed to interact with users) and expressly reserves the right to chat with users through such system profiles in order to enhance the users’ entertainment experience. Physical contact with individuals behind such system profiles is strictly prohibited.
In its terms and conditions, Discreet-Meets.com admits to using fictitious profiles to communicate with members. It claims it does this to enhance users' experience. If this were true, fake accounts would be clearly marked for what they are. But since this doesn't happen, the whole thing is a rip-off. Users are deliberately tricked into thinking they are chatting to somebody interested in a real-life meeting, whereas instead they are just talking to a fake chat operator.
Your chances of meeting somebody in real life here are close to zero. And the same thing happens all the time on all the other platforms run by Meet Us Media Ltd, the site operator based in Nicosia, Cyprus.