LocalSexFinder.app seems like a promising site for finding casual hookups and new sexual partners. However, our experience, while investigating the website, found that it is a fake chat scam. We also found evidence that it may be a subscription rip-off and trap. This is based on information that we found in the Terms and Conditions of the site. Overall, we think it is quite unlikely that you will find anyone genuine here. So, we consider this website a waste of time and money. The operator of this website is Ulria Ltd, which is a company from Nicosia, in Cyprus.
Just an entertainment service
The Terms and Conditions of LocalSexFinder.app reveal that the purpose of the site is “entertainment.” The operator admits that user profiles may be run by employees or bots. They refer to this as their “Love Stars” program, which is just another way to describe fake chat operators. The people, or computerized bots, behind the attractive profiles, are not the people shown in the profile pictures. Additionally, they cannot be met in real life.
The reason why we consider this a scam, is that users are not adequately informed about the fake accounts which exist on this website. It is likely that most, if not all, members you see here, are fictional. However, if you did not read through the Terms and Conditions, you would have no idea. Because users are required to purchase a subscription to unlock the ability to chat, this is a huge rip-off.
From the Terms and Conditions
You understand, acknowledge, and agree that some of the user profiles posted on this site may be fictitious or models or bots related to our “Love Stars” ( ) program. Our LS work for the site in an effort to stimulate dialogue with users and to stimulate user participation on the Website and Services, advertisement of the Website and Services, and the creation of user profiles.
Possible subscription trap
The passage about subscriptions in the Terms and Conditions of LocalSexFinder.app, is confusing, and does not provide much information. It seems that users must directly contact the operator via email, if they wish to cancel their subscription, which to us, is a major red flag. This is a common way for websites like this to scam members. They can easily ignore your request, or delay responding.