An initial look at Meets.com is confusing for those who do not understand Russian. Once you change the language to English, however, you may find the site appealing. It claims to have attractive members from all around the world, who you can chat with, and meet for dates in real life. The operator is Snowland SRO from Veleslavin, in the Czech Republic. With an endless number of profiles to browse through, on the members’ page, Meets.com may seem too good to be true.
Unfortunately, our review found that this is exactly the case. In our experience, we discovered that Meets.com is probably a fake chat scam, and a rip-off. Though it is free to register, it is not free to use the services of the site. Users must purchase an expensive bundle of virtual currency to send messages. Additionally, the Terms of Service contain suspicious statements. In combination with suspicious looking profiles on the site, this suggests that there are fake profiles here.
The first thing we noticed, once we logged into our test account on Meets.com, was the large number of attractive profiles. Not only do these profiles display pictures of beautiful women, but they all seem to be models. As it is unlikely that every member of this site would be a super good-looking person, this is suspicious, and means that there is a high chance of fake profiles here.
In addition, the Terms of Service revealed that the website contains what they call “client” profiles. Apparently, these accounts will interact with members, but these profiles cannot be monitored by the operator of the site. It also states that interactions between users and clients are at the users’ own risk. The wording of this passage is quite suspicious, and points to the use of fictional profiles and fake chat operators. Since users must spend large amounts of money to chat with the accounts on Meets.com, this is likely to be a rip-off.