The landing page of NearbyFlirts.com attracts new subscribers with an appealing and modern design and a good combination of convincing pictures and engaging content. The absence of explicit images is a good choice. It gives the idea that it is a serious platform, even if it is clearly directed at people looking for casual dates and not long-term relationships.
In the middle of the page, some of the latest female members share their experience with enthusiastic reviews, which give the impression that the member's area is populated by open-minded people ready for an exciting adventure. However, we have reason to believe that these profiles are not genuine and that the story that they tell is far from the truth.
As usual, we shift our focus onto the Terms and Conditions, something that we encourage all our readers to do before signing up for a new dating portal. Here it is usually possible to find the evidence, or at least some clue, of a fake chat. In this case, the scam is clear, since White Mountain Online Solutions BV, the operator from Krimpen aan den Ijssel, in the Netherlands, does not mince words.
The company openly admits that the sole purpose of the service is “entertainment” and that meetings with other members are not possible. The fake profiles are marked with a heart icon, but this does not make it any better. On the homepage, in fact, a new user is tricked into signing up by promising that he will be able to arrange a real date, but since this is never going to happen the whole website is a rip-off.
This is what we read in the Terms and Conditions
The site contains fictive profiles and are marked with a heart icon and are for entertainment purpose only
Physical contacts are not possible in all circumstances
The credit system
According to what we read in the pricing section, to send a message, a user must spend one credit. Credits can be bought on the platform in various packages that come at different prices. Even the most convenient solution turns out to be extremely expensive, since a single message will cost £1.35.