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Augiesdad 68M  
19 posts
5/12/2020 2:15 pm
Fake Profiles, Bots, and hookers


I have been the site for only a short time, basically out of curiosity, and in the hope of actually meeting with women in my area interested in a casual 'you scratch my itch, I'll scratch yours" relationship.

Every mans dream right????

Apparently that is what makes the site money, the HOPE of meeting miss right.

Don't get me wrong, I am sure there are many REAL people out there having success in their venture, but I have a suspicion that those numbers are highly inflated by the people that run the site.

I don't live in a rural area, on the contrary I live in a suburban 'bedroom' community near Washington DC. So seeking women in the area should be easy right? And when doing a search, yup, LOTS of women near here!

So, after eliminating many because they are seeking 'my soulmate' ie a husband, those who live farther than 50 miles from me, and those seeking couples to with (not my thing) I still had many choices left investigate.

The trap:
A woman texts you, saying something like "I would love get know you" One would think GREAT! a woman in my area is interested! So I reply, my hope meter<b> pegging </font></b>out! First thing I do is check her profile see if she really is from the area, and that her profile shows the kind of woman I am interested in. (Sorry I am NOT interested in BBW, Swingers, or transexuals). So I compose a respectful first post, something along the lines of "what a pretty picture, what a nice smile!" or " Dang You are a fetching woman, how can any man resist" and wait see if she responds. I always mention the area I am in, as many profile do NOT match where the person is.
The reality:
Many of those are either BOTS run by the company, or people getting paid fish for responses (the idea is keep the HOPE right? ) keep people signed , and get the money. At least that is my conclusion, no real evidence but a strong suspicion.
How do you identify a bot? First you have understand how a bot works, they have key words that generate a response, They are designed impersonate a person.
My easy way identify a BOT is simply ask something about the area that they supposedly live, example: YOU: " I'm new around her, what is there do that is interesting and fun nearby?" A BOT will either ignore the question or try and steer the conversation back sex. A BOT can not handle a complex question, and will try steer you back into talking about sexual preferences instead of answering a question.
Then there are women who want you to text them, before you even get to know them. I tried that a few times, and they were hookers seeking customers.
Just my rant.

1seeking1 55F
3245 posts
5/14/2020 2:54 pm

Tou need gold membership or some paid version to read profiles. Have you tried joining local groups? We are all here for different reasons, my profile and blogs clear what I seek. Sadly most do not read....best of luck.


blondebiatch4eva 51F
27 posts
5/17/2020 3:43 pm

Wow, if I had a penny for every email I got on here from guys that was nothing but a phone number and 'let's fuck' I would be rich.


Augiesdad 68M  
7 posts
5/17/2020 5:05 pm

different subject, ya can't cure rude and stupid behavior, and it's a waste of time to try.


Stuffedshirt4U 58M
96 posts
5/19/2020 7:26 am

    Quoting Augiesdad:
    different subject, ya can't cure rude and stupid behavior, and it's a waste of time to try.
Couldn't the same be said about this that you are writing? I mean you can't cure fakes and bots. You can only avoid them if you think they are fake. Report, delete, block.


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