February 1st, 2013, 02:36 PM
Since this is the epicenter of porn sites, I had to inquire
Does anyone have experience with this website? It claims that it's a "free" site that uses your credit card for verification (I'm guessing for the age thing) but there's always a catch to that, where they sign you up for something else "free" for a day then you get hit with a $35 charge for an unrelated website etc. I also found a website that publishes user/ID and passwords (for the free site) but even if you click on the Login link, it just redirects you to the signup link.
ALSO, all the "videos" it claims it has are just pictures, grated really hot pics, but just pics... anyone know whats up? I wouldn't mind throwing the Visa number in if there isn't a hidden agenda with the site, but it has too many things going against it so far... and YES, it is an ad I clicked on from cam4 lol
February 1st, 2013, 03:08 PM
Always read the sign-up pages carefully. Some sites will include pre-checked boxes for other sites that you have to un-check or you're signing up for them as well.
If you don't realize you signed-up for the other site(s) and unsubscribe from it, they will usually automatically bill after a few days.
This site reviews porn sites thoroughly with warnings about these pre-checked pages, who they bill with, how much they charge, what kind of videos/pics are available along with amounts of such, how often they update and whether or not they use DRM or allow downloads. http://www.gaydemon.com/reviews/
There's also no need to pay more for a "one time charge" subscription unless you're just too lazy to unsubscribe before the month is up.
If you decide to sign-up, be sure to go through JUB front page (porn galleries) so they will get the credit.
February 1st, 2013, 03:09 PM
On the Prowl
NEVER "throw" your Visa number in on a website that you don't fully trust and one that you can't file a lawsuit against.
Do you really want to go to court and hear the announcement "Next on the docket, the case of Jamie versus Busted Straight Boys"?
February 1st, 2013, 03:13 PM
No one goes to court for $35.
Visa/Mastercard allow you to dispute a charge and they will put it on hold while they review it. You don't pay credit cards in advance so it should get resolved.
Never use debit cards online. If anything goes fraudulent, your money is gone immediately and it could take months for the bank to put it back while they investigate. For that matter, don't use debit cards at restaurants either. Especially where the waiter/waitress takes the card out of your site for a while.