Sex dating sites that are not scams
They can claim to be hacked and your credit card number will then end up on the deep web becoming fodder for god knows how many people. Though it’s never happened to us personally, we’ve heard stories about people being the victims of identity theft, blackmail, phishing schemes, and a whole host of other illegal criminal activities.When it turns out that a site is widely reported on the internet for being a scam, the site goes down, then pops up under a different name.For instance it will allow you to peruse member profiles but then if you want to send messages to any of the site members you will have to pay for membership.So right there the site has a vested interested in getting you to sign up for the paid service by convincing you that there’s a female member on the site interested in hooking up with you.If the girls showed up, then we knew for sure the site was real, and if we got laid, all the better. On the scam sites we noticed that we got about the same amount of responses as on the legit sex dating sites, but fewer girls were interested in setting up dates with us, and those who did, never showed.
That being said, there are some great sites out there that are legitimately for getting laid and meeting women.
Now that they’ve got you interested, they’ve got you on the hook. Now, in the beginning these dating sites employed automated messages in order to recruit new users, but more recently, they found a more effective technique.
They get site employees, cam girls, or others to do it for them.
We know how it is to be a lonely guy looking for love.
Not everyone has hours upon hours of free time to navigate the dating scene, and there’s no reason why you should have to.The problem with paying for scam dating sites is that you have no idea what’s going to happen to your credit card information or how easy it will be to discontinue the service.Most Canadian sites will rebill you automatically, so if the site is using deceptive underhanded tactics to recruit users, there’s no telling what they can do once they have your information.The problem is that the laws regarding this are somewhat unclear.