The homepage of RealSwingers.com has a modern and attractive design. Even if the website is aimed at people looking for transgressive experiences, the page does not show any explicit content. Everything is therefore left to the imagination of the reader. The registration form informs the visitors that they can sign up as male, female, couple, or group. It looks like a lot of fun is waiting for new subscribers in the member's area.
The registration is free of charge, but it only allows the user to create a personal account, use the search tools, and send 10 flirts. These are notifications that can be sent to other members to show interest and appreciation. But to take the conversation to the next level, a direct message is necessary. Unfortunately, the use of the chat is subject to payment. And here come the problems.
The subscription trap
A user who decides to purchase a VIP membership has many different choices, including some very convenient “trial” plans which are sold at very low prices. But all these packages renew automatically at the end of the initial period. To terminate the subscription, a written request has to be sent. Details about the notice required is nowhere to be found. In the Terms and Conditions, we read that the cancellation is very simple, but many negative reviews that we find online state the opposite.
According to several former users, Infinite Connections Inc, the company registered in Plantation, Florida, has the bad habit of refusing any cancellation request, without any valid reason. The subscription is therefore a scam, designed to rip-off their customers by forcing them to spend much more money than they expected.
But there might be something more. On the internet, we read other negative reports by people suggesting that the profiles on RealSwingers.com are all fake. They seem to be created by professional moderators who do not correspond to the person portrayed in the profile picture. Their goal is to lure new users into buying the subscription.
If that was true, real-life meetings would be impossible. However, we have to admit that definitive proof of the fake chat is missing.