Spotting scammers!  

Alive_27 39M
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4/26/2006 4:55 pm

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4/28/2006 3:55 pm

Spotting scammers!


Simple: they write you, give you their email address, tell you that they liked your profile, but here is the catch: their profile does not show up in your list of people visiting you!

In all likelihood, ain't a real person!

I find this practice irritating. And their authors must have nothing better to do. Statistically, it is known that a fraction of users will actually visit an external site and even to a lesser extend make a purchase on such site. So how can they make this activity profitable? They probably could earn more money working for McDonald's for the same amount of time, and they would at least serve a greater purpose!!

rm_gars514 38M

4/27/2006 6:17 am

Some people who write to you do not appear in the people visiting you because their profiles do not match the profiles you are looking for (age, sex etc.). Edit the "what are you looking for" section and you should see them visiting you.

By the way I have no link to this site, just trying to help.

And I would have to disagree with you when you say that enabling people to meet and hopefully have sex is a lesser purpose than serving them junk food


Alive_27 39M

4/27/2006 12:45 pm

I agree with you, it is no lesser purpose.
However, scammers aren't playing their game for a good fuck, but only to rob users.

But thanks, I did not know about that filter! Anyway, that does not remove the fact that scammers tried their tricks on me and led me to sites asking for credit card for a "free trial". Well, you know the drill...


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