Our first impression of Uber-Meets.com is extremely positive. The landing page is well designed, and the interface is modern and user-friendly. Altogether, the dating portal appears to be a great place to find a matching partner for a date in no time.
As always, we dig a little deeper. We create a free profile, search the internet for user reviews, and read the terms and conditions. Unfortunately, the site cannot live up to our high expectations. Quite the opposite. Uber-Meets.com turns out to be a rip-off.
Sending stickers, photos, and messages to other members must be paid for with so-called “coins”. These “coins” can be purchased in bundles of different amounts. The bigger the bundle, the lower the cost per “coin” and action.
As each and every single message must be paid for separately, chatting here can quickly become incredibly expensive. In fact, you can easily use up a whole “coin”-bundle in less than 30 minutes. Unfortunately, it turns out that the entire chat experience is not only costly but also entirely pointless.
The following excerpt is from the terms and conditions
The company operates system profiles (i.e. profiles connected to accounts that 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.
Fake chat scam
Unfortunately, users are not sufficiently informed about the fact that many, if not all, profiles are fake. Moreover, the cheeky fake chat operators, who hide behind the self-created fake profiles, skillfully pretend to be the person in the profile picture. They try to entice the oblivious users into long conversations and try to lure as many messages as possible out of them. As we see it, the site is nothing but a cheeky fake chat rip-off.
The operator of Uber-Meets.com is Meet Us Media Ltd, from Nicosia, Cyprus. They are already known for several other fake chat scams and have already received numerous negative user reviews and customer complaints on the internet. They are not trustworthy, and we cannot recommend anyone signing up on any of their websites.