Though JuicyLocalGirls.com looked like a great dating website on the surface, we still had to investigate the site. It turned out to be a fake chat scam with a subscription rip-off The chance of talking to anyone genuine on this website is quite low, and the chance of meeting someone here for a date is even lower. This is because this site is probably using fake chat operators. Also, there is a subscription trap. The operator of this website is Neosolut Web Services LTD, a Larnaca, Cyprus-based company.
Fake “automatic” messages
The Terms & Conditions of JuicyLocalGirls.com reveals that the site automatically sends custom or pre-written default messages to users. Though they try to disguise this as a ‘promotion’ feature, we recognize this to be a sign of a scam. Websites with this type of wording in the terms are often found to be using “fake chat” operators that are either automated chatting bots or employees.
In our opinion, most of the profiles on this website are probably fake. During our time testing out the site with an account of our own, we noticed that numerous messages that looked suspicious were sent to us. These messages were often sexual or elicit and invited us to have a conversation. The problem with this is that an expensive subscription is required to unlock the chatting abilities here. It is common for scam dating sites to use these ‘automatic’ and ‘promotion’ messages to lure users into buying a subscription.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 26/01/2023)
We may from time to time offer users the ability to “Promote My Account” through Account Settings. Activating this service will mean that we will automatically broadcast custom messages created by any user, or selected from a default list of template messages, to other users.
You may cancel the auto-renew feature to avoid recurring charges, but you must act at least 3 days (that is, 72 hours) prior to the renewal date.
Sketchy subscription trap
In addition to the ingenuine messages and fake profiles that you may experience using this website, there is also a subscription trap to worry about. As we noted previously, users must buy an upgraded membership subscription if they want to send messages and read replies.
As there is a high chance of interacting with fake chat operators, this site is a rip-off. However, the scam doesn’t stop there. The Terms & Conditions state that users need to cancel their subscriptions at least 72 hours, or 3 days, before their renewal date to avoid being charged. In the case of the 3-day trial subscription, this is impossible and therefore a subscription trap.