SwingFree.co.uk describes itself as a premium swinger website for the UK. According to the landing page, supposedly, it is a safe environment where genuine swingers can meet like-minded couples and singles. Moreover, the platform offers free registration, and claims to have thousands of members who are looking for new swinging adventures.
For our review, we took a closer look at the site’s legal information and did some online research. We quickly discovered that signing up here is not a good idea. SwingFree.co.uk is nothing but a cheeky rip-off.
The registration is free, fast, and simple. However, the free basic membership only allows users to create a profile, browse the members’ area, and send so-called “winks” to others. Users are required to purchase a member subscription in order to unlock the chat feature and send real messages to other members.
Disastrously, these subscriptions extend automatically and must be cancelled by the user to avoid regular charges. Unfortunately, the site’s operator is known to make the cancellation process extremely complicated. According to numerous customer reviews, it is nearly impossible to get out of this costly contract.
In the terms and conditions, we read that the members’ area has been “enhanced” to “include” members with all interests and characteristics. In other words, the site is full of fake profiles, created and controlled by professional fake chat operators who are employed by SwingFree.co.uk. Consequently, chatting here is nothing but a waste of time and can never result in a real swinging adventure. From our experience, these fake profiles are solely used to lure new users into dangerous subscriptions as quickly as possible.
The following excerpt is from the terms and conditions
To maximize your chances of finding success, we've enhanced the members’ area of Swing Free to include members with all interests and characteristics.
The company responsible for this cheeky scam is Venntro Media Group Ltd, from Slough. They run a vast network of untrustworthy dating websites and are often criticized for their subscription traps, fake chat scams, data leaks, and poor customer service.