is a newer mature women dating site has been rapidly gaining popularity. You answer these and never, i mean never get a response. How ever I would like it to be real but all there is is negative reviews Logged on for free trial,got 14 messages first 2 days,a cpuple may have been from real people,but couldnt answer without tokens. Then bought 3 day trial vip membership, got billed for 6 mos, Got that corrected,started gettimg txts and messages from fantasy girls.
So she is from two of the most hip and metropolitan cities in the country..a degree from UCLA I might add.. SHe then married a sheik and moved to Nigeria to work for an "oil conglomerate" as an auditor.
( this oil co has no name)Her sheik was married already..again she wasn't smart enough to research that before marriage..
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I tried it, thinking, at that price, I'd get a good idea of what I'd get if I went to full membership. Punching out FLOWERS on you phone pad is just so simple.It turns out, there’s a good reason: According to the FCC (link), ” ‘Warehousing’ by toll-free service providers is prohibited by the FCC’s rules.I am also continuously being emailed by dozens of porn star type girls from a nearby town called Host, Pa.Host consists of a blinking traffic light, 4 houses, and a church.Not only do you have to upgrade from a free membership to a costly one ( usually the premium one) in order to read messages or see pictures, but they ask for your telephone number then charge you accordingly.( I have a pay as you go mobile phone and they ate all my credit up in a few days! This business, Milfaholic, is owned by Enom, Inc, out of Kirkland, Washington. The consumer complaint offices said they wait for a critical mass of complaints to the office before taking steps to investigate and prosecute offenders.