The Swoon.co.uk main page shows a couple drinking milk, which may not seem very exciting. There are a few pictures of members and some success stories. Here, you will get a “swoon appeal” rating, which will give you an insight into yourself. This is a way in which the staff will make you waste time and money. As explained in the terms and conditions, the profiles are fake. They copied from site to site. They also provide a fake chat with fake chat operators.
This company which belongs to Cupid Plc has been scamming for a decade. “Swooning” will not psychologically improve your experience.
Fake profiles, fake chat
At first sight, the main page looks terribly heartbreaking, even if you like milk. Luckily, there is a video of Trevor Silvester. Unluckily, he is far from being Rambo. To be or not to be a Swoon seems to be the question. You read in the terms and conditions that your data is shared on other sites. Profiles are copied from them too. Also, employed staff create and manage profiles to ensure the service. It would be more honest to say that they do this to make you pay. It is a scam.
After the free registration, to be totally “swoon,” you must pay to send messages or chat with the fake profiles. You can choose $52 for one month or $157 for 6 months to have a premium plan. This is an automatically renewing subscription, which must be canceled by you. It would be easier to go to Mars. If you want a refund, you might as well go to another galaxy. The prices are incredibly high, especially when you are chatting with fake profiles and fake chat operators. Therefore, this is a huge subscription rip-off.
This is stated in the terms and conditions
An operator with a bad reputation
NSI (Holdings) Ltd based in London, England, is a company which has provided rip-off sites for many years. We did not find any user experiences online about this site. However, we found some reviews about people being scammed by the operating company. You can see in many reviews that this operator, which owns many other sites, is known to be a scammer. Therefore, being a “swoon” is a path strewn with pitfalls.
Swoon.co.uk is a huge rip-off.