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In cases where a substitute is a male (which happens fairly often), the substitutes inform their “identity bearer” about communications they are having with men.
PPL sites have systems of fines for agents who fail to notice sharing of direct contact details between users (which is prohibited, because users then can communicate off the site and it will not earn any money).
Advantages of working in our agency: – flexible work schedule, – no need for work experience, – we work with different websites, there is choice, what you prefer, – timely payments, – high % of profit, – constant assistance in work, – honesty and decency.
Details by phone.” The ad offers 50% from the earnings of the profile bonuses.
Agents countered this system by putting phone numbers of substitute writers in profiles, thus administrators are calling substitutes and not the women in the photos.
Agents require substitutes to switch off video cameras on their computers, so that administrators of the site cannot see who is typing letters.
She was told that she would get photos for free in exchange for her permission for the photographer to use the photos for his portfolio.It is only at that point that I realized the extent of manipulation and abuse happening at paid correspondence websites.In fact, pay per letter (paid correspondence) structures have no right to call themselves “dating sites”.What impressed me the most in this vacancy, the sham agent promises “honesty and decency” to potential employees.There are hundreds of vacancies like this one listed online. People in Ukraine are aware of how the system works.