The landing page of SweetSext.com provides the reader with a lot of valid reasons to sign up. Apparently, a profile review team is working 24/7 to manually check all the new members and ensure that every account is real. Moreover, they promise that unlike other websites, no fake profiles are created by the platform. Customer support can also be reached by phone, mail, or instant message at any time of the day and night.
SweetSext.com boasts about having over a million active members in the US, and more than double in the rest of the World. Allegedly, finding open-minded people to share hot experiences is easier than ever. Unfortunately, the good impression that a user has at the beginning is contradicted by tons of negative online reviews. Several former users suggest that Global Personals LLC, the American operator registered in Miami, Florida, uses fake chat services on each one of their portals.
Profiles might be real, but messages are not
In the terms and conditions, we read again that the site doesn't have any fake profiles to engage with their members. This doesn't mean that everything that happens here is real. SweetSext.com admits to using an automated message system that allows them to send communications on behalf of members. The recipient is not aware that these messages, which are called "icebreakers" are fake. Therefore, even if they come from a genuine profile, this is still a fake chat scam.
Here is an excerpt from the Terms and Conditions
The Site may, from time to time, offer an automated message system for users to contact other users that meet at least one interest that the user is interested in. Such automated messages are labeled “Icebreakers”.
Beware of the premium membership
Due to the high number of icebreakers that they receive, a new user is tricked into thinking that the platform is really effective. Therefore, they are tempted to buy a subscription; for without it, they wouldn’t be able to reply to the fake messages. SweetSext.com offers a convenient 2-days trial package at a bargain price that seems to be the ideal solution.
This subscription will extend automatically and it will turn into an expensive monthly package. To avoid this, a user should terminate the contract with 24 hours' notice. Although, according to several past users, the company makes cancellation very difficult. We cannot prove it, but we suspect that this could be a subscription rip-off.