If you peruse dating sites pretty frequently, you will come across a group of sites run by the parent company Nautell. Nautell is known for its deceptive practices that do nothing but benefit themselves, under the guise of a legitimate dating site.
Unfortunately, Slutswipe, a Tinder replica, is just another drop in Nautell’s bucket of lies and you should keep reading to find out why joining this is a total waste of your time.
My Complete Breakdown Of Slutswipe
Holding nothing back, I’ve shared everything I know about this crappy dating scam. Here’s the full scoop on things.
The Big Scam
On the surface, Slutswipe sounds pretty exciting, right? Hot pictures of girls just begging to be banged. With just a swipe of your finger, you’re able to hook up with these hotties and have the night of your life, right?
Once you try to register for this site, you are instantly redirected to the registration for FreeLifetimeFuckbook. Yep, Slutswipe just doesn’t exist.
Slutswipe is just a front for Nautell and their “free lifetime” scam that has run rampant on the internet because it is so successful.
Nautell Capital Limited
So, just what is Nautell? Nautell is a parent company that manages multiple dating sites. These sites are quite similar to each other and run the same scam on each site. This includes Love Stars, deceptive upgrading practices, and constant fake electronic messaging.
It may sound kind of sexy, but Love Stars are anything but. They are fake profiles ripping pictures from the internet in an attempt to lure unsuspecting people into thinking the site is filled to the brim with hot, interesting ladies.
Getting an electronic message isn’t necessarily a bad thing until you realize that these messages are just prefabricated messages sent to a large number of people. They are completely computer generated and they are only sent out to keep you interested. Again, in the terms Slutswipe states that you aren’t guaranteed a response from these messages, these are just for marketing purposes, to encourage engagement, and to monitor what people are saying.
So much for privacy!
Slutswipe has an abundance of third-party links that they want you to click on. Slutswipe and Nautell will get a kickback for every person that follows these links, but they don’t give a damn about what happens to you.
Honestly, I don’t feel comfortable with a site that doesn’t care if your information is safe and will deal with companies that may or may not be on the up-and-up.
Joining Slut Swipe, or any LifetimeFree site is never free or straightforward. Clicking on the join button means you agree to hidden fees such as their Gold Deal which as a 2-day free trial that turns into a $49.95 monthly fee if you don’t cancel your trial.
There is also the VIP trial, which gives you a 2-day trial for $1.96 to VideoVibe.com. If you forget to cancel, expect a monthly charge of $39.61 to your credit card. Oh, and don’t forget to cancel the membership to VideoErotics.com that you’re also signing up for, because that’s an additional $28.87 a month.
If you are considering joining Slutswipe, my advice to you is this: Don’t Do It!
I can’t stress this enough.
Not only does this not really exist, but you are just going to end up stuck in a web of lies and high fees in the FreeLifetime scam that Nautell has perfected.
If you’re looking to steer clear of these love stars, then I suggest NOT using the sites listed below as well: