VerifiedProfiles.com is an online dating site owned by Dime Systems LLC; a company based in Florida, United States. On the landing page, it is made clear that the site does not permit fake profiles. This platform boasts about having verified profiles on the site. So, according to the platform, users will be chatting with real men or women on this site. However, what bothers us a bit is that we could not find any members who talked about their experience on this site. It’s a bit worrisome as the site has several registered members but no online reviews.
Registration on VerifiedProfiles.com is 100% free. Users need to provide various information requested by the site, including a mandatory photo. Profiles must also be verified with a verification code that’ll be sent by email. The site wants us to believe that it has a team of people with a system that detects and removes fake profiles. They want to ensure users that there’s no risk of users chatting with fake profiles on this site. The platform also offers several services for chatting with other members. Users can chat in groups or with just one partner, and can even video chat.
VerifiedProfiles.com displays a lot of notifications on its member page. We found this page to be a bit cluttered and not easy to navigate. The site’s goal with these alerts is to get users to upgrade their accounts so that they can take full advantage of the services. At the same time, they operate an “Ice-Breaker” system, which is essentially a chatbot, that will send automated messages between users from time to time. The purpose of this is to stimulate conversation, but we cannot exclude that this might also be a trick to get users to subscribe.
In addition, we could not find any online reviews from members of this site. Not even the online forums had opinions from users. This is quite surprising, for this platform has many registered members. On this site, we noticed that it does not allow users to test the site’s chat service. Users need to buy a subscription to do so. That’s a bit of a shame because it would be nice for users to be able to send a few messages to another profile to really make sure it’s a real person they’re chatting with before subscribing.