BisexualMeetUSA.com claims to have a huge database of active members, with hundreds of open-minded people joining the platform every day. Because of this, it can guarantee that finding a real date has never been easier.
Most people who sign up for a dating website are worried about their privacy. To put their minds at ease, BisexualMeetUSA.com claims to have a strong customer support team, always available to guarantee a fun, discreet, and safe experience.
Even the bank statement won't show anything related to the website. It’s clear that all this information is given to encourage the user to subscribe to paid membership which, according to what we read on the landing page, will provide a superior dating experience.
Everything is fake
Unfortunately, even a user who decides to pay for VIP membership will never get what he is here for. The reason is that profiles in the members’ area are fake and controlled by professional animators, with whom any physical contact is prohibited. In the Terms and Conditions, BisexualMeetUSA.com admits to employing models and actors, but it doesn't explain whether all the profiles are fake or not.
That doesn't make any difference, since fantasy accounts are not marked as such, and a user will therefore never know whether he's talking to a genuine person. Consequently, the chances of arranging a date are close to zero. This is a classic example of a fake chat scam.
The following is stated in the Terms and Conditions
All models, actors, actresses and other persons that appear in any visual depiction of actual or simulated sexual conduct appearing or otherwise contained in or at Bisexual Meet USA were over the age of eighteen
A reputation that speaks for itself
Hubpeople Ltd, the operator of BisexualMeetUSA.com based on the Isle of Man, Great Britain, is known for having the bad habit of using fake chat to rip its customers off on every dating platform it owns. Many negative reviews can be found all over the internet, written by former users who have wasted their money on purchasing VIP membership that turned out to be completely useless.