Spent two hours believing my loneliness was over and a thrilling new chapter in my life was about to begin. First suspicion was raised when I asked her to chat somewhere that didn't cost money and 'Sally' said "How about trying this site for awhile as I find it worth talking here?" But in my desperation to be happy, I let go of the thought pretty quickly. Then came the time to buy more credit and I noticed that the lowest payment option was now gone and that the £39.99 package was highlighted and the other options greyed out. That sent alarm bells ringing and I googled the site and came across these reviews. I noticed the timestamp discrepancies also.
I shared deep sexual fantasies with her (if it was a 'her'). She was quite good at what she did, only giving herself away when I backed her into a corner by asking to chat elsewhere. She even disapproved of one of the messages I sent her, staying true to the character set up in her bio. But when I look at our conversation as a whole, I see right through her.
I was only on the hook for two hours or so, and got off with having £4 stolen and a slight rattling (well worth it, for the experience it's given me). The thing is that I know that there are older and more vunerable gentlemen out there who would get absolutley destroyed by this site (people could commit suicide over something like this, if it got out of hand). As I look back on our conversation, it's clear these people are predators in the purest sense of the word. It's a shame I can't confront 'her' (?), as I'm obviously not buying more credit. I didn't realise these kinds of sites existed. I thought online dating scams where just people asking for you to send money. Thanks to all the above reviewers for helping me acknowledge the things I've noticed. My search for a good woman continues.
Racket is not too difficult to spot.
First they'll take your money, then they'll break your heart.
Jack does NOT recommend SecretSMcontact to friends/family