The landing page and offer are good. But we soon became suspicious. While scrolling through the terms and conditions we got a notification with messages enticing us to register. Sounds great, but we did not even create a profile yet!
So, our very first thought is that Trans-NextDoor.com is a fake chat. But in the terms and conditions we did not read about a fake chat scam. We read something about monitoring and moderation, but the operator only mentions that the company has no obligation to do that. In the end, the information in the terms and conditions neither prove, or disprove a fake chat. We can only mention that we got messages even before registering.
Trans-NextDoor.com is a rip-off with a subscription trap. While the proof about the fake chat is missing, the operator does mention the costs and the subscription after the free registration. It turns out, that the registration is the only free thing here, which makes it misleading information, as we see it.
Subscription extend automatically
The operator will offer a free trial membership that will run for three days. Sounds great, but the deadline to cancel it is 72 hours. That means, it is not possible to make the deadline. Later on, it mentions that any subscription will extend automatically, if the cancellation is not made in time. So, this site is a scam with a subscription trap.
The operator of the online dating portal is the Intelligent DataSoft LLC., located in Las Vegas, USA. Some notes on the site and in the terms and conditions might suggest also that there is a leaking data protection issue.