Review, Is it a Scam?

Even though a site is claiming to be a secure site, it still means that what you read in the ad has nothing to do with reality. The girl who advertised is not real, she’s not on that site and it’s just a ploy to lure you in to signing up. Any girl that asks to verify your age using a credit card verification is not really a girl. Girls look for your facebook page, they try and do name searches to see if you are who you say you are. They do not ask for you to enter a credit card into a verification site to proof your age. The girl is willing to send a photo of herself half-naked but not comfortable sharing a phone number with just anyone because “there are a lot of perverts out there”. If she is so concerned, why not ask the guy for his phone number and block her caller ID information from appearing on his phone? I got a reply with a picture of a girl holding a sign with my name on it, she said I had to go to this website to find her details because it is made to protect women. I knew it was a con and my suspicions were confirmed once I got a reply from a craigs list girl with an identical picture but a different name on her sign. When girls want to email, I respond with my phone number, and if they call me great, if not, I end communication. Aside from scammers, there’s just so many weirdos that want to email back and fourth that have no real interest in meeting. If you are asked to click on some link to a site that needs your credit card number to verify your age – it’s always a scam, no exceptions. These are scams mainly on online dating/webcam sites that are nothing but scams to charge your credit card. Many of the Women Seeking Men ads are simply bait to get the horny guy to sign up for some dodgy site and put in his credit card number, someone will respond to your ad, and express interest, but will say something like Do me a favor: I’m interested, but I’ve had a bad experience on here before, and am trying to weed out crazies. Sign up on this site, and search for my profile. What happens if you are a member of one verification site but the person who responds to your ad requests that you join some other verification site? You would have to join thousands of verification sites since these women won’t accept the verification from another site. … read more >