sexsweet2005 41F
49 posts
10/26/2005 12:19 am

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9/11/2008 2:28 am


About two weeks ago, I started receiving e-mails in my "inbox" folder only. No matter where the person who was sending the e-mails were from. Thought this was just a minor problem and that it would fix itself, but it didn't. So today I went in and re-set my preferences to have e-mails sent from persons not matching my cupid settings sent to my "filtered" mail folder. But the thing that gets me is that it was already set for this, but after I updated it, began receiving e-mails in my filtered folder again. Ok, got that problem fixed.

So last night, while seeing who was online, I tried to view some profiles that I had never seen and guess what? AdultFriendFinder has decided to no longer let me view profiles. Granted, I am only a standard member, but I haven't had this problem in months. I had been able to view as many profiles I wanted in the past. So this kind of puts a damper on things. I don't like just sending winks or adding to my hotlist when I can't even read the person's pro and see what they're looking for.

So I thought ok, I'll just accumulate some points so I can redeem those and view profiles. So I went to AdultFriendFinder's magazine advice column and decided to give advice on some of the questions there just to gain points. So tonight I get like 14 (no kidding) e-mails from AdultFriendFinder saying that my responses were denied and gives these reasons why this may have happened. The thing is none of the reasons are true of my responses. So I ask, "What is going on with AdultFriendFinder?"

rm_b0071500 40M
1 post
11/5/2005 2:12 am

still interested but never heard back from u on what time we was going to meet

rm_6fan2 46M
14 posts
11/10/2005 6:31 am

I dont know you but I sure need some pussy rubbed all over my face. I dont know why i typed that just wanted to share! Thanks

gunner6200 61M  
724 posts
12/18/2007 11:21 am

think they play god?? let who ever they want view and email....then want to to upgrade or

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