Flyrts.com Review

If you want a simple online dating experience, it doesn’t get any simpler than Flyrts.com. If you’re looking to hook up with a real person online, you might as well go somewhere else. The main page is the most basic of dating sites you are likely to see and it just gets worse when you get inside. There are some fake sites out there that put on a very good front to fool you into paying for a bogus dating service, but this one doesn’t even bother to put on a good presentation. There were warning signs from the first page and nothing ever happened to change my mind. Check out my full review for details.

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Flyrts Dating Site Review

When you arrive, you see a plain blue page with white boxes going down the middle where you indicate your display name, password, e-mail address, sex, and birth date. Below that is a small group of pictures that are obviously fake because I recall seeing some of these models on other sites. I had to continue from here because I was writing a review for the site, but normally I would leave immediately after what I saw next. Just above the Continue button, you will see a box that you have to check to agree to their terms and conditions. Next to this box, the term Love Stars is used. If you click on this term, it will take you straight to where it is defined in their terms. They admit that these are fictitious profiles or bots that are used to stimulate dialogue and participation on the site. Anyone who knows anything about online dating knows that you should always avoid a site that uses Love Stars. This is proof that they try to fool you with fake profiles. What they don’t say is, Love Stars are the only thing you will interact with.

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Screenshot of Flyrts.com

They say that you can flirt for free on the best new dating site, but you cannot flirt with anyone for free and it’s not even a decent dating site. It’s certainly not the best. It takes a few minutes to sign up because you have to enter information like your location, height, marital status, body type, race, and various details about yourself. Most of it is required to sign in. This is when I got the next warning sign that this was not a legit site. They ask for your credit card info before you even finish signing in. They claim that it’s for age verification so they can activate your free account but your account is not free and there should be no reason why they would need your credit card info besides making it possible for them to take your money.

This site was so bad when I got inside that I became annoyed. I started being bombarded by chat requests, both on instant message and on webcam, from hot girls. The messages were obviously fake and I had not even uploaded a profile photo yet. I would try to respond to some of them and it would say that I must complete my profile first. I completed my profile and I was told that I had to upgrade my account. Guess what happens when you upgrade to a VIP membership. You are signed up for a trial promo of something called Flyrts GOLD. You are also signed up for mobile access and a featured profile for a $1.95 2-day trial and a free trial of WealthyMatch.com. After the 3 trials are over, you are charged $49.95 for Flyrts GOLD, $39.61 for mobile access / featured profile, and $28.87 for WealthyMatch. The number of reasons to not join Flyrts.com are many and charging you over $100 for upgrading your membership is the main one.

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Ryan Malone is a serial dater who enjoys casual flings. He created this website for all the cocksman out there looking for the best ways to find casual encounters in all the weirdest places. You can follow him on Twitter and sometimes find him posting videos with opinions on dating sites on YouTube.

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