Anonymous
Secret Benefits is obviously a SCAM. Here's how it appears to work: You start by logging on and submitting a profile. Soon after, the first wave of a steady stream of enticing female member messages arrives in your mailbox. You can see the profiles -- typically very attractive 20-something girls -- but you can't open the messages. Unlike most dating sites that require you to purchase an all-inclusive membership by month, Secret Benefits requires that you buy "tokens" in order to read and reply to the messages. To begin, your minimum investment is $60 for enough tokens to open a dialog with 10 members. So it costs you $6 every time you read and reply to a message. Soon after you make this initial investment, an suspicious pattern emerges. All of these girls that were so anxious to communicate with you before you submitted your credit card suddenly lose interest. You reply to their messages, but they are suddenly quiet. Crickets! But so you don't get discouraged, you'll likely get one response. The response is pretty generic, as if it's generated by a bot. Here's an example of one that I received: "I’m particularly interested in a partner that holds my pleasure as the primary thing. A slave who takes his time in studying each and every corner of my body." And one response is all you get. You reply, but there is no continuing dialog. Reply to that message and the result is the same -- crickets. But one response suggests that the girls you see in the profiles are real. Just enough to keep you hooked. Or you may get a response that will be so discouraging that you don't even want to follow up. For example, "My boyfriend doesn't want me to do this, but I think it would be good for all of my kids." Who wants to reply to that??? By now, your 10 replies are used up. Well . . . in for a penny in for a pound, so you decide to re-up one more time. Only now, the $60 offer is gone. This time, you must pony up $90. But at least you get 20 hits for that increase. And so many women are messaging you! Newly armed with your filled bucket of "tokens," you reply to more incoming messages. But the result is the same. You get just enough generic responses to keep you interested. And no follow ups to your replies. By the time you realize that the site is a scam, you're out $150. At least, you hopefully realize it by this point! If you don't you're in for more. >>> Remember the old adage "If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.
1 year ago
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