Review, Is it a Scam?

They say it’s for Verification or Background Check. I never do this, as I’m immediately suspicious of anything that wants me to put in my credit card number (Honestly, I’m suspicious of being asked to sign up on any external site). Why should my interaction with someone on Craigslist involve me registering on any other site? How can these sites “verify” your age, “verify” your marital status, or determine if you are a not sexual predator with only your credit card number and address information? I’ve had no positive results working these ads so far, no dates, no NSA sex, no dirty hookups, nothing. I hear from my sources that legit women are harder and harder to find on CL than they were a few years ago. Verification sites are all scams, there is nothing about a credit card number that can verify your age or identity. A 15 year old boy could easily enter his dad’s credit card number, or a scammer could use a stolen credit card. The dating verification service that the site pretends to offer doesn’t exist and the sign up form is in a frame that gets its content from another site, so all that you will end up with if you give them your credit card information is some subscriptions to other sites. Girls trying to get laid will not talk about their life in detail. They will get right to the point in their ad and tell you what they want. These type of sites are often used to capture personally identifiable information, including credit card numbers, addresses and phone numbers. Guys, don’t fall for this trap! The site is completely bogus and is designed to illicit a payment from you. … read more >