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Uadreams

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UADreams.com is an online dating agency that helps men from Western Europe, Canada, and the United States as well as other countries talk to and meet with women from Eastern Europe, predominantly Ukraine.

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Based on 7 ratings

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uadreams.com

Conversations take place over email, and video chat and men and women can arrange to meet if they want to, with UADreams.com helping facilitate any visit, arranging travel for example, or translators.

 

UADreams.com Main Features Reviewed

UADreams.com offer a range of features, some of which are for free, but the majority of which you will need to pay for. These features include sending emails, known as letters, which you can decorate if you would like, video chats, photo shoots, and telephone calls. They will also arrange for you to send flowers and gifts and for language classes for the women you are interested in as well as translation services.

 

UADreams.com Pros and Cons Reviewed

Pros

  • An attractive site with a lot of good-looking women on the landing page

  • Offers free access to some features, though these are limited

 
Cons

  • A complicated pricing structure which could mean you pay a lot more than you expect when signing up for free

  • The site is hard to navigate, and the information is not always easily available, e.g. on prices

  • Most of the reviews of this dating site are negative, suggesting poor quality service and potential scams

 

UADreams.com Prices Reviewed

You need to buy credits to purchase most features on this site, and the cost of credits and the number you need will vary based on the feature you want to access, which is complicated and confusing. To send and receive one email, for example, will cost you one email credit. 

 

Duration/Credits
Cost (USD)
1 email credit
$6.99
200 email credits
$699 ($3.49 per a credit)
1 video credit
$5.99
100 video credits
$299 ($2.99 per a credit)
10 min video chat
$14.95
30 min video conferences
$80
30 min telephone call
$40

Overall: is UADreams.com a Scam or Trusted Site?

While the site offers free sign-up, which is something that will appeal to many, there is little you can do for the free on this site and the pricing structure, as outlined above, makes understanding what using the site to find love will actually cost. UADreams.com reviews suggest that this cost could be high and that many people who signed up were not prepared for just how expensive features could be.


Reviews also show that the site has a lot of negative feedback from customers who believe they were part of a scam, despite UADreams.com no-scam policy. Some were contacted directly by women they later found out were in relationships with other men, sometimes even married, and that these women asked them to buy them gifts or pay for classes so they could learn English, leaving them out of pocket with no relationships to show in return.

Ratings
  • Easy to use
    3/10
  • Easy registration
    5/10
  • Number of accounts
    7/10
  • Quality of profiles
    7/10
  • Simplicity of search
    6/10
  • Customer Support
    5/10
  • Price
    4/10
Features
  • Financial Security

    yes

  • Innovation Features

    yes

  • Services Variety

    yes

  • Scam

    yes

  • Free photo access

    yes

  • Free message sending

    yes

  • Two-way video chat

    yes

Overall

Pros
  • Free to use (partly)
  • Attractive landing page
Cons
  • Not very intuitive navigation
  • High risk of scammers
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User reviews (7)

Paul
Sep 13, 2020 at 9:33 PM
1

You get lured to this site by a woman at a legitimate site. Apparently they get a cut of the money spent on them so they act very accepting and complimentary to get you to sign up with UADreams. Don't fall for this. If you just want to talk to sexy girls with no hope any real contact go to a porn site.

michael otto
Jul 30, 2020 at 12:16 AM
2

I gave the extra star because at least the women are, in fact, real and because it seems that they might be using the money for some charitable causes. Those are the only upsides I see. It's all downhill from there. There's just so many red flags, I don't know where to begin. As a rule though, be smart and stay CLEAR away from ANY of these sites that ask you to pay-per-letter. Don't even entertain the option. You've been warned. Now that that's out of the way... First thing problem is the customer service. There's no clear option to cancel your own account. HUGE red flag, right off the bat. When you do ask them to remove your profile, you will receive responses from admin about not being hasty, etc. If you press them enough they'll merely "disable" your profile at best. They try to connive you to stay. I STILL haven't been able to get them to delete my profile. EVERY website known to man has an option to cancel/delete your account should you no longer wish to use. Here, you don't even get the choice. As such, this site clearly has an agenda to keep you on there in hopes you'll stay a pay-pig to their VERY overpriced "services". None of these services are a benefit to you, the customer. $7 for each letter sent for translation?! Dude, Google Translate is free and it's pretty dang good. This is 2020 and we are (technologically!) more connected than we have ever been, there's no reason to pay ANYONE online to translate a stinking letter for you. $5 per photo? These are not even high definition photos. They're iPhone 4 quality--not BAD, but not $5 worth for ONE. Chat is basically a $1 a minute (with a $14.95 minimum for 13 minutes total). My friends, the whole thing reeks of a scam. The ladies? Like other websites like this, you'll be inundated over time with random emails (not as bad as Anastasiadate..they take the cake!); take note and stay away from the profiles that you see online at any given time or that email you first....those are DEFINITELY the scammers/professional "daters". Luckily, I knew this right off the bat and never wasted my time. I only messaged the women that were never online unless you had mailed them or invited them. However, after some time, the main girl I was messaging for about 2 months had excuses as to why she could not video chat. One was the classic "internet is too slow here" excuse. Total bull. The next 3 girls were better about consistent face-to-face communication in video chat, but I noticed something else...they seemed to be talking to, or typing to other people. I could see typing and mouthing conversations, but them not replying to a thing I'm saying. One appeared to be speaking perfect English, mouthing a compliment to my physical appearance. Throughout the conversation, I could see (the last 3 girls) eyes shifting around to different parts of the screen, likely talking to multiple people. Red flags. The mails? Red flags. You'll often you'll see mixtures of sms and emails if you have gone back and forth enough times with one woman. The sms texts (from the same girl) will be totally different in personality to the emails she sends--it's like you're strangely talking to two different people in two different mannerisms. You'll also find that after talking to a woman through video chat, the next emails will lack any reference to anything you talked about in chat the day before. As a matter of fact, you could leave the chat within a minute or two (seeing that she's CLEARLY not paying attention to your interaction exclusively) and find the next email from her will be like this: "Hi dear! I missed you so much, I had a great chat with you! I know that now I want to have a serious relationship with you! you are so interesting to me!". Are you kidding me...what chat?? I exited it the moment I noticed you were typing to someone else! That has been a consistent theme in my experience, letting me know you are just another patron in which they butter up in these sweet, but banal phrases knowing that most guys will get hypnotized by the unusually kind words. Most men nowadays know that women now have so many options (through social media especially), that they many are rude and disinterested if you're not clearly of successful status and generous about it. Luckily for me, I neither went too deep into the rabbit hole, nor have any interest in Ukraine other than seeing the famed beauty of the women. Put simply, it's not nearly enough for me to spend money to pay for a trip and/or to be scammed further. I'm sure Ukrainians know why so many foreign men are there, so they are willing to exploit it because its a quick and dirty scheme that has a high success rate. Always remember that any woman that is actually interested in YOU will find any way to communicate with you. No website is going to dissuade them from finding some way to reciprocate contact unless they have something to gain by it, i.e, losing you as a pay-pig. The girls on UADREAMS will give you some excuse as to why this is and say "its for my safety" etc. Uhm, what about my safety as a customer and the integrity and transparency of these transactions??! Why do I have to pay such high fees only to not get the ABSOLUTE confirmation that the person I'm mailing/video chatting with is genuine? Having video chatted enough times, I know that even seeing their face on video is not enough verification. These women, by definition, are being pimped. I have heard stories of a guy who met a Ukrainian girl in REAL LIFE who referred him to this site to continue speaking with her....That tells you everything.

Frank Peletz
Dec 08, 2019 at 3:23 PM
2

To tell the truth , I don't know if it is a scam site or not . What I can tell you that a lot of the girls you see on other sites are not on here and in 3 month I have only a hand full of letters-not 300 a day and most are within a reasonable age bracket. Like I said ,I am undecided. The last site I belong to had one woman I wrote to over 2 years. As with this site were videos that cost. In that time she had money issues a addition to her family and was writing to other men same as with me- HE IS A FRIEND. Time will tell, but I do personally know of 3 men who found their wifes online from dateing sites - but it cost LOST OF MONEY>

Jim
Oct 01, 2018 at 7:08 PM
1

They refuse the exchange of personal contact details, even if both parties are willing to do this they do not allow it. This is enough for me to refuse to have anything to do with a site like this.

Paul
Feb 05, 2018 at 5:02 AM
3

Okay experience. I joined this site sometime back, and have talked to several females on this since then, most of which has been a pleasant experience. Just like there is no surety in real dating, there is no surety in online dating as well. You have to trust your instincts, and, keep away from girls who look extremely beautiful, because there are huge chances of them being a scammer. While chatting, you should always keep your mind open, and leave the conservation as soon as you see a red flag. There have been cases with me where girls have asked for money. Now, helping your girlfriend with money is one thing, and trusting a stranger whom you have met online is totally different thing. So, leave the conversation as soon as a girl asks for money. Moreover, I have visited Ukraine, and I assure you that not every other girl there is a model, but, Uadreams wants you to believe otherwise, that is why the site is filled with extremely good-looking women, who to me look like scammers. My advice – stay away from them, and always trust your instincts.

Natan R
Nov 01, 2017 at 4:56 AM
1

A big scam. I have come across really weird women on this site, and all this point to only one thing that – 'this site is a scam'. So I met a really nice, sweet girl on another site, and two days into the conversation she asks me to join uadreams. I explained her that I was not interested in joining a paid site, especially when I am a member of several free dating sites. But, she would simply not listen. She would send me various mails to join uadreams, and just out of curiosity I got myself registered on this site. I made a profile, and left it practically empty. There was no profile picture…no nothing, still I started getting messages from beautiful ladies wanting to interact with me, but, as soon as I checked, I found there are charges for using every single feature. There are charges for messaging, video calling, sending flowers…..and every other single thing. Boy…why would someone be willing to pay so much for the services which are free on other websites.

Larry
Aug 27, 2017 at 2:36 PM
1

Website full of weird people I registered myself on the site, but, made sure not to fill anything, except my age – which is 46. And, the next I got a message from a beautiful 21 year old girl, who had looks of a model. And this girl wanted to marry me, without even seeing my profile photo. Isn’t it weird? I mean I have kids her age. And which girl addresses a stranger as his future husband, and wants to have kids with him??? With this, the first message was filled a number of “I miss you”s, I mean how do you miss someone you have never met before? Weird…right? Some people might find it weird, but, I feel it is all a scam, and, the girl is not for real.

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