The BDSM Site / Bareback Swingers Review

This review is applicable to The BDSM Site, Swingers and Bareback Swingers – they all feed into the same central database, and aside from site colours and name, are the same site.

Updated 26/02/18

I first came across Bareback Swingers while looking for bareback escorts. Google threw up this review site and it seemed intriguing, as it read like the author had actually test-run the whores and spunked in them.

Okay, the women didn’t look that appealing, but it was a one-man band review page, and if the guy hadn’t travelled the length and breadth of the country to sample the best there was on offer re prostitution sans condom, then I wasn’t going to judge him too harshly.

Looked like recent reviews too…

Except they weren’t. If you revisit that page regularly you’ll see the review dates are frequently updated, so the page always looks fresh, alive, and up to date.

It’s conning you in other words.

But one of the reviews mentioned the mother site – Bareback Swingers – and how much fun there was to be had there…

I hadn’t twigged from the URL that there was more behind the website than just that review page, so being curious, I had a look-see.

Now, I’m not totally green, I wasn’t expecting miracles with a legion of beautiful women, all ready and willing to receive my spunk up their muff, but I wanted a look on the inside so I signed-up: using that special “sign-up” account you should all have so your regular email doesn’t get spammed to fuck and back once these sites get a hold of it (and you can be sure as shit they sell your email on too).

I created a profile, composed of a dummy and meaningless headline and subject body… and before I’d even uploaded a picture, I had three emails…

Yeah. I know. At least make the scam seem believable.

So I was supposed to believe that within minutes of signing up, no pic, and a profile filled with gibberish just to get past the sign-up stage and get to the search function, that women members were already throwing their pussies at me!

Of course, you couldn’t read the messages, you had to stump up a membership fee – minimum £25 for one month – to do that.

Within a week I had fifty messages flashing at me whenever I logged in. The messages were shown but blurred so you couldn’t read them. They all looked like one-liners, though, and some of the subject headers repeated.

Hmmm.

By this time I’d filled my profile out correctly (but naughtily) and added a body pic. Not a dick pic, a tasteful torso pic, and added some face pics in the “private” section – to share with all my ‘admirers’.

I’d also cheekily added a bit in my profile about bots and fake profiles, as I seemed to super-popular on immediate sign-up – but that was edited out by some live, human moderator. Probably a guy in the Philippines working for $10 a month, whose job is to do just that – edit out the negative shit everyone’s saying on the site. I highly doubt it’s the women in the pics labelled “Admins” you see in the search listings.

And depending where you say you live in the UK (or world) these admin profiles reflect that, by all magically living near you(!)

I know that’s bullshit as I created a second account with a fake old ugly mugshot, and in that profile’s search listings all the admins’ cities of domicile changed to be in line with that profile.

That profile was also popular, receiving scores of messages, views and additions to hot-lists. And it was a right ugly old bastard pic I’d uploaded, some random, out of shape 50yrs+ plus gargoyle, with profile text that read like he was the crazy younger brother of Ted Bundy.

So that pretty much secured that the site is total bullshit and a scam.

But, as your intrepid reviewer, I can’t really provided a real review without having joined.

So I did.

For a month.

Because I was ill before Christmas, had nothing better to do, and wanted to see just how much of a scam show Bareback Swingers is.

So I spunked away £25, thinking full well that’d be the only “spunking” of anything I was likely to do on that site.

As soon as I joined the flood of emails and views and additions to hot lists pretty much dried up immediately.

Well… not immediately. Whereas before joining, the flood was incessant at all times of the day, upon joining you’d still get notifications, but now only when you were logged in, and the bots seemed to be most active in wee hours of the morning, not UK time when most people would likely be awake.

That made me think that despite the “.co.uk” URL and UK business address, this site’s aim was more at the US market, and they’d configured their bots to be most active for that time zone.

I wasn’t aware initially, but the system “helpfully” sends introduction messages without you doing it. Whether you even need to look at a profile for it to highjack your username and send something out under your profile, I don’t know, but the site gets around the “scam bot” charge by including this “service” in it’s terms & conditions of joining.

So it effectively uses genuine profiles, amidst the many fake ones too, to send out messages to any and all users – to get them to think they’re popular, and spend the sign-up fee.

You can turn off this “feature” but it’s not apparent on sign-up and you have to go digging for it. It’s really a very crafty, sneaky thing to employ.

And they’re open about it too, so you can’t complain – they just play the odds that you won’t read the Ts & Cs and remain blissfully unaware.

These system generated messages are marked as such too with a little paper aeroplane symbol beside them. That means the system thought you’d like to say “hello” and were a match. Which means the only messages you ever get are those.

It doesn’t matter if the account they come from is alive or dead, they’re used to create the impression the site is bustling with horny women, wanting to get their pussies filled.

And that’s another thing about the site… you’ll notice on sites like Adultfriendfinder etc, that the women tend to obscure or hide their faces: unlike regular dating sites, they don’t tend to reveal who they are in their public profiles. That’s understandable and face pics are usually reserved for trusted contacts etc.

Bareback Swingers by comparison, is a stuffed with photo profiles, many of which read totally vanilla, and like they’re completely out of place on a sex site: like they’re regular dating profiles.

Which they are, as again in the sites terms & conditions it says it hosts other sites and reserves the right to publish your profile across all of them. And to employ what they call “test profiles.”

So you could get some poor woman signing up to something she thinks is a regular site, to get it published on Bareback Swingers too, and receive a shit ton of dirty messages!

But I think they just copy the profile, they don’t link the messages boxes, so even if it’s for real somewhere else, it’s fake on Bareback Swingers. Or a “test profile” in their parlance.

I think a lot of the profiles are swiped from regular dating sites or social media, and the locales updated to whatever country you happen to be in. I say that, because if Bareback Swingers is to be believed, they have 1000s of women all looking to get barebacked in your country, and nearly all happy to have face pics up too while in open search of cock…

But that’s me being old school – I since discovered no one really gives a fuck about having their face up along side a profile they want fucked hard anally thanks very much.

Out of 100+ messages I sent, I think half a dozen or less have been marked as “Read.” No one’s on the other end of these profiles in other words.

But that was because I was posting to the “Similar Profiles”, some of which are long dead. Tip – ignore that section.

I noticed too, that on profiles I revisited, that comments and post dates would be automatically updated, to give the appearance of recent activity on accounts, and new sign ups.

But that’s a bit of site bullshittery too.

The site always seems to have a five figure audience online, always between 19k – 25k, no matter what the time of day or day of the week. Personally, I think that’s an auto made-up BS figure too. The live chat figures don’t reflect that, and all the women featured in the “online now” listing are never in that cock fest. When you look at the online listing, there’s a green dot within the members profiles to indicate their online status, but even if you message them there and then, when they’re supposedly ‘online’ and their profile proclaims full membership, your message is still never read. Ever. And it’s evident as you scroll through the list that there’s no several thousand active females at that moment, that’s just total BS.

But there are women on that site, and one of the reasons your messages aren’t read is it gets buried under the pile of other male member’s messages and the auto messages I spoke of.

And I created a fake female profile too check out the competition, and the intros are lame that the guys send… like really fucking lame and desperate.

After a few days I decided to cancel any auto re-billing, and wanted to get the request in well before the next billing period. It wasn’t an easy matter of just going to your account and flicking a switch though, you had to make an application to cancel, fill it in online or print it out and scan it, and then email it back within 48hrs…

All of that is to try and make it as difficult as possible to cancel, and there’s no fucking need to jump through hoops like that.

Oh – the messages that I got – they were all auto-generated generic platitudes. On the fake account I set up, it got messaged by a lot of the same bot accounts, and even though the messages were blurred, I could see they were the same.

My initial thought was it was just a massive con site. I remarked as such on some profiles, that they were fake as fuck, and got my comment privileges revoked: I can’t comment on any profile now. This despite the site saying they welcome fake profiles being reported – which is just making the right noises, they wouldn’t earn a cent without them.

But I thought it was a rip-off because I didn’t have the hang of it… once I crafted an intro message that stood-out (and my intro message is a “shock” response – it’s binary – and the women either love it or hate it) and only started mailing women listed as online, so my message had a chance of being seen, I started getting my money’s worth and decided to stick around

Sure, on these sites the guys out number the women by at least 50-1, and that’s being conservative, but Bareback Swingers is on a par with all sex dating sites in that regard.

And I’d actually recommend it in combination with Adultfriendfinder.

One thing it has going for it over AFF is that if you pay for a VIP membership then the non member women can read it and respond. So there’s really no point in women paying to join at all.

I got friendly with several women, some very attractive, and all the women were 100% real. Can’t say I came out feeling short-changed, but you need to work the site to get the best out of it, and don’t expect to get laid from your first message, it’s the long game, and more like fishing on the bank.

But you only need to reel one in to make it more than worth your time, and it can be done 😉

Updated 26/02/18


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