The online dating platform NookyNearMe.com advertises with free registration and a big pool of members. The site appears to be a great place to find local women, who are interested in casual dates and sex adventures. But after we take a closer look at the terms and conditions of the site and do some research on the internet, we strongly advise everyone to refrain from registering here.
In the terms and conditions, we find the following note
To maximise your chances of finding success, we've enhanced the members’ area of Nooky Near Me UK to include members with all interests and characteristics. You can still use our search settings to find exactly who you're looking for.
In other words, the operator of the site hires moderators, who create several fictitious profiles. As these fake profiles are not marked as such, they cannot be distinguished from regular member profiles. When new users receive enticing messages from attractive members immediately after the free registration, they obviously assume there are real people behind these messages. To be able to reply and to initiate a conversation that might result in a date, users unavoidably have to upgrade to a paid premium-membership. Obviously, the messages are not sent by real people, but rather by the hired moderators, who hide behind their created fake profiles. Thus, users are tricked into signing up for an expensive membership subscription in a very cheeky way.
Moreover, all membership subscriptions renew automatically and are extremely difficult to cancel. Therefore, they can easily lead into expensive subscription traps. The operator of NookyNearMe.com is well-known on the internet, as it operates a network of over 3500 dating platforms, which are all known to be scams. The Venntro Media Group Ltd., which is based in Slough, in the UK, has got a terrible reputation. Many former customers of their dating websites share their bad experiences on several online forums. Consequently, we cannot recommend NookyNearMe.com at all. It is a rip-off with a fake chat and a subscription trap.