LocalFlirt.com runs a scam that rips off users who are looking to chat with, and meet, profiles on the site. Users hoping to meet others are likely to have an awful experience. Here is why.
Impossible to meet up
Gochamie Inc seems smart in trying to disguise the fact that LocalFlirt.com is a rip-off. This Florida-based organization has not used words like fictitious, or virtual, profiles. However, they stated that the profiles on the site are for entertainment only. This is a site for communicating electronically and is not intended for physical meetings. Despite knowing this, their landing page advertises them as a site where users can flirt and meet others. This can give unsuspecting members false hopes of a physical meeting, despite none being available.
Free or not
In their FAQ page, LocalFlirt.com claims there is no restriction on the number of messages a user can send. However, our review showed that users must purchase credits to chat with profiles. Users cannot send messages for free. There is no mention of this in the FAQ.
Some members may buy these credits or a premium subscription, hoping to meet up with the profiles, only to be disappointed. The Terms and Conditions state that the profiles are for entertainment. Profiles can only chat electronically, with zero chances of a physical meeting.
The following is stated in their Terms and Conditions
We provide entertainment and flirting services through our website.
The website is a platform for users and premium members to communicate electronically with the profiles and is not intended for physical meetings.
A complete subscription scam
LocalFlirt.com provides a subscription package which credits their accounts with free messages, every thirty days. They can also view profiles that have liked them and reciprocate the same, to get a match. This subscription auto-renews at the end of each period. Users looking to cancel must do so at least 24 hours prior to the end of the period, to avoid recurring charges.
We believe the Florida-based site has done this to make money from users who are unaware of these timelines. That, coupled with the fact that they are unlikely to meet their match, makes us believe the site is a scam.