SwipeMilf.com is an online dating portal for people looking for a date with a sexy MILF. The website is managed by Meet Us Media Ltd, a company based in Cyprus. There is nothing in the members’ area that could initially make you think this is a fake chat. The photographs look believable. Registration is free of cost, but the basic profile is useless. The member needs to purchase so-called coins to even send a simple message. The platform though is full of fictitious profiles that send steamy messages to new users, tricking them into paying for an empty conversation.
Expensive payment system
The platform operates with a credit system that is extremely lucrative for the company. These coins are virtual tokens sold in packages. They are used as a means of payment on the platform. However, they are completely useless anywhere else. To give you an idea of the outrageous cost of this fake chat, sending one single message can amount to £1.6. You can imagine how expensive it would be to arrange a date in real life.
Sadly, even if you were willing to spend a fortune, it could never materialize into a physical meeting. The profiles in the members’ area are solely designed with the purpose of keeping you hooked on a fruitless conversation. As hot as the members may seem, you will only end up with a frustrating experience by wasting your time, and losing a ridiculous amount of money. The platform is clearly a rip-off, and we recommend that you stay away.
The following text is excerpted from the Terms and Conditions
The Company operates system profiles (i.e. profiles connected to Accounts which have been created by the Company and which are either operated by contractors of the Company who impersonate the persons portrayed in such profiles or by a system designed to interact with users) and expressly reserves the right to chat with users through such system profiles in order to enhance the users’ entertainment experience.
Analyzing the terms and conditions in detail is a key element of our reviews. This time, the company uses convoluted language to make it clear they take no responsibility for the fact this is a fake chat scam. On the one hand, the company expresses they are doing everything they can to prevent the existence of bots on the platform. However, a little bit further down they admit to creating fake profiles themselves. These are either managed by company employees or are computer-generated. In our experience, the confusing text is absolutely intentional and typical of these dodgy companies.