This review started out extremely well, as we already know, Gaydar.net is a well-established dating platform in the gay men community. However, things have been turned upside down since the new managing company is in the place. GDOnline LTD, a company based in London, United Kingdom, seems to be of poor judgement and poor support, as their platform slowly goes down as a wreck ship in the ocean.
Every single experience that we read from former members and through our own test during this review seems to show that the IT department took some very long holiday, and many bugs and crashes cause the website to be really annoying to us. More importantly, it also seems that a lot of fake profiles start to appear on it, which is the worst for a dating platform.
Incompetence is not a scam
Even if browsing and using the feature wasn’t as nice as it could have been due to these several malfunctions, we cannot call it a scam. Even the subscription system is fair and is definitively not a rip-off. However, that’s no excuse for this company, who is almost as untrustworthy as a random scamming operator of a shady dating website.
And for proof, the number of active users seems to drop pretty quickly and the pool of users could be soon shrunken to only fake profiles trying to rip you off outside the platform. Yes, it looks like there is no such thing as a fake chat or fake operators, not even a subscription rip-off. However, being fooled by someone, coming from the website or from someone exterior to it, is never a pleasant thing.
Dating website or Sex Shop
For our final point, we just want to argue that some features offered by Gaydar.net would seem more appropriate in some pornographic websites or sex shops. Indeed, if we are correct, we register here to find love or at least some nice hookups. If we wanted something else like live sex show, or directly buy some pleasant company, we could go to some other kind of website designed for it.