This is yet another standard sample of an illegitimate dating website, known under the name of SwipeAffair.com, but I am sure that I have discovered the same front page and features, as well a similar design under another name. This is a proof that affirms that the same deceptive business stands behind this annoying and repetitive scam.
You don’t have to be a pro dating reviewer to recognize the scam on SwipeAffair.com. Especially so if you have been following the reviews on Adult Dating Patrol. It only takes one second of opening FreelifetimeFuckDate.com, Swipebang.com, and FreelifetimeCheating.com to see that they are almost identical and that they belong to the same network managed by Nautell Ltd. However, my job here is to tell that you will not swipe into an affair, but into a bank overdraft.
Why is SwipeAffair.com a Deceitful Dating Service
- SwipeAffair.com will ask for your credit card to “pre-authorize” the subscription sum.
Why do these people need card details when the site is for free? The answer to that very legitimate question is because SwipeAffair.com is a scam. Just throw a glance at the smaller subscription section which is located at the bottom right, just below the sexy girl video and you will see that you need to pay for extra services if you miss unchecking it. You will pay at least a hundred bucks a month! This is a quote from the site policy:
“Credit card users may be subject to a preauthorization. The preauthorization is not a charge to the credit card. However, the then applicable monthly subscription rate may be reserved against the Member’s available credit card limit. The Website will not be held responsible for bank charges, fees or penalties due to overdrawn or delinquent Member accounts. Contact your credit card issuing financial institution for details”.
You will also be held liable for any costs incurring from your subscription – beware, since this provision may include high unforeseen costs that may be very painful:
- You will receive electronic messages for entertainment purposes from the Love Stars.
The fake women created by the software on SwipeAffair.com are named Love Stars. Their most important task is to entice you in flirting and sexting when you initially join the site and start vamping a strategy to rip you off. Their less important, but still crucial task is to send automated messages for commercial purposes that generate new revenue. Their last and cover job duty is to perform site monitoring – you can call them watchmen (or better, watchwomen).
As you can see above and below, there is no chance that you get a real date with the fabricated profiles!
“You understand, acknowledge, and agree that no physical meeting will ever take place between you and LS, and that the exchange of messages between you and a LS is for entertainment purposes, as well as to encourage further or broader participation in our site’s Services and/or to monitor user activities. Notwithstanding the above, the user is not guaranteed a response to any message sent to a LS (or another user.)”
- Monthly subscription to the main service is $49.95
- Additional 1-month subscription to Vibe Video is $39.61
- Monthly subscription to Video Erotic is $28.87
(Careful when you renew the $2.97 trial – it renews for the full amount).
Busted or Trusted
It is evident that SwipeAffair.com is a full-blown copy of the same Nautell scam. Even a total beginner can recognize that when comparing the services and the features. Are you looking for some quick dating for casual sex? Do you want to try it online? I suggest you either try your luck in some real bars and clubs or set your profile at one of the better providers – why don’t you try Snapsext.com and let me know your success in the comments? I bet you will have a blast or at least half of the success I did. It all comes down to following good advice and being a bit more vigilant!