CallMeChat.com offers us free video chats on our computer, as well as on our phone. At least, that is what is written on the landing page. The operator also tells us that the video chat feature is far superior to the regular chat functions found on most dating sites. For this review, we sign up and activate our camera, for our first video chat session. You can talk to real people here. However, the operator wants you to purchase a trial membership to continue chatting. This trial membership silently turns into a monthly subscription.
How does the video chat system work?
The main page of CallMeChat.com does not offer you many options. You can either view video stories of other users, or directly start the video chat. The latter one connects you with seemingly random users, who are also looking for a video chat. For some reason, we are mainly connected with seductive women. Suddenly, a pop-up window appears. Apparently, we need to pay 60 coins per minute from now on.
The free video chat feature isn’t free after all
A quick way to receive coins is to purchase the platinum membership. The operator has a special offer for us and wants us to buy a cheap trial membership. For only 0.99 USD we can become a platinum member for a day and receive 1000 coins for free. This offer is very tempting, but you should not take it. This trial membership transforms into a monthly subscription after the day has ended. You can easily forget to deactivate the automatic renewal function and end up in a subscription trap.
CallMeChat.com is run by Devurum Ltd, a company located in Nicosia in Cyprus. In a previous review, we already shared our experience with AmourLee.com. Both are scam dating sites operated by the same company. The Mediterranean Island is a hotspot for untrustworthy companies like this one. The reason for that are the low taxes, and low costs for starting a company.