Review, Is it a Scam?

When someone visits a site that they have been given a link to, the scammer wants you to enter in some information, such as a Credit Card, once this has been done, your suppose to be able to see more information about the person. The thing with these sites, they will have fake Seal logo’s and Media logo’s. 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. Imagine introducing yourself to some woman who says she doesn’t trust you and tells you before she will even talk to you, you need to get verified to prove you are not under 18, you’re not married, and you are not a sex offender. Wouldn’t you be offended? If not, wouldn’t you think she was a little nutty to be so paranoid? The whole idea of a verification site is ridiculous. If you scan any Casual Encounters section, you’ll find tons of ads, and almost all of them lead to a spammer or a scammer. These are easy to spot and if you click through ads you’ll get used to identifying them. The worst part of the whole process is that it’s completely automated on the scammers end. You’ll send an email and a program will continuously send you replies of different variations, trying to get you to hit the site and make the payment. Its one of the most popular methods being used at this time to make money off of singles. The age verification scam is used for more then just escort type ads. While many women do name and e-mail searches on Google for a little impromptu background check, age verification for dating is a bit much and not on the agenda. Guys, don’t fall for this trap! The site is completely bogus and is designed to illicit a payment from you. Don’t waste your time chasing this girl, she is not a real person. These scam emails are emailed to thousands of Craigslist surfers to try and get them into joining scam sites. … read more >