The online dating website WorldFlirts.com advertises with free registration and seems to be trustworthy and legit at first sight. The landing page is well-designed and looks inviting and promising. Moreover, the site claims to be a perfect platform to find local singles who are looking for dates, love, and relationships. We do some research on the internet and read the terms and conditions of the site. Unfortunately, what we read is quite sobering, and we cannot recommend this portal to anyone. It turns out to be a fake chat. Therefore, you are very unlikely to find anyone for a real-life date on this platform.
The following note can be found in the terms and conditions
We may use system profiles at our discretion to communicate with users to enhance our users' entertainment experience.
In the terms and conditions, the operator of WorldFlirts.com claims to use so-called “system profiles” to improve the users’ entertainment experience. But as we see it, this is only a way of sugarcoating the real purpose of these fake profiles. In fact, they are used to luring users into long chat conversations, to increase the operator’s profits.
Real-life dates are impossible
Users must pay for each message they send. First, they have to purchase so-called “coins”, which can then be exchanged for sending stickers, photos, and messages to other members. But as the fake profiles are not marked as such, users obviously assume there are real people behind each profile. Hoping to meet a perfectly matching partner with whom a date can be arranged, they are willing to pay. But sadly, real-life dates are obviously not possible with a fictitious person.
The operator behind this scam is well-known to us. Svippy Limited is based in Maidstone, UK, and operates several other online dating websites, which are all known to be fake chat rip-offs. Therefore, we cannot recommend anyone to register on WorldFlirts.com, or any other website run by this company. It is a waste of money and time, and there are much better alternatives out there.