Fish in the sea dating
Could it be that this is some kind of "honeytrap" to get desperate single gentleman to sign up for the "premium" service?
Like a sucker, I signed up for a month so that I could see what the messages I'd received said - no replies to date and quite frankly I don't expect any.
However I've only been a member for 10 days ( 1 week free) 3 days paid member. I'm not suggesting for a minute that the actual site are involved, but it was strange that all three ladies who sent messages with pictures all described their "career" in some detail, then their domestic arrangements and very little about themselves, none of them seemed particularly "genuine".
I'm no Elephant Man, but two of the ladies were very attrractive, to be honest it would be a first if such ladies would even give me a second look.
I also noticed nearly al the messages from both girls were ending in '', which I guess is common but just seemed too much of a coincidence. And these women usually post they make well above the national income amount in this time of a very serious recession.
And, is it just me or are there loads of girls on there (and other sites I've tried out) that own horses!?!? I signed up for a month after getting a couple of messages and though why not!Having had some sucess on adult friend finder I was looking for somewhere new and different.On reaching the website you really need to sign up for a free account before you can do anything.I'm sure it is secure, all of the right protocols are there and it looks like worldpay to me, which is mega secure, it just doesn't say https in the address bar. If its not about posting a site then what the hell is it for??It could be a technical issue, maybe becuse the page is being viewed in a frame with a redirect possibly. Why is it that everytime I try to give a review of a site it comes back as Spam?? I checked my SPAM log and around the time of your last forum post I see posts were rejected because of the phrase "Press Release". Remember as well each post is only allowed one link.
To sign in you are given a user id (generated) and your own choice of password, although once signed in you have your own username.