The landing page of Cheaters.uk looks quite promising. The registration is advertised as 100% free. Unfortunately, this information is highly misleading. The basic membership only allows you to create a profile, upload a picture, and browse the member’s area. But as soon as you try to access the chat, you are immediately redirected to the payment page. Without spending money, the free registration is basically useless because a user is not allowed to send messages.
They seem to be genuine users, but they are not
The homepage displays a lot of erotic pictures of some of the latest members. They all look like real people, who are genuinely interested in sexual encounters. But a small note at the bottom of the page states that Cheaters.uk is only an online “entertainment” service. No physical arrangements are possible.
We already have a lot of experience with the site’s operator, and we know that they always use fictional profiles on their platforms. Online Media Solutions BV, also has a bad reputation online. This company, based in s-Hertogenbosch, in The Netherlands, constantly receives negative reviews from former users who complain about a fake chat scam.
Excerpt from the GTC (as of 06/02/2023)
This site is an erotic chat service and uses fictional profiles. These are purely for entertainment, physical appointments are not possible.
Expensive credits for a fantasy chat
Cheaters.uk admits to using self-created profiles to communicate with their members. They also explain that it is not the purpose of the platform to establish meetings or dates. Therefore, all you get from this website is a purely virtual experience. Even though the website acknowledges the presence of fake profiles, this is still a rip-off because there is no way to distinguish these accounts from genuine ones.
Even when a conversation seems real, there is a strong chance that the messages are coming from a professional moderator, who has no interest in you. To send messages, members must buy expensive “credits.” Every sent message costs you 50 credits, which roughly equals £1.30. Luckily, payments are non-recurring, which means that at least, this is not a subscription trap.