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(must remember to cancel auto renew) The one shining light is that after recieving loads of "you have a new message" or "you've just been winked at" emails. I signed up for the "standard" site and had a similar experience to you.
To sign in you are given a user id (generated) and your own choice of password, although once signed in you have your own username.
You can search, create your own profile, view others profile and wink at others.
Strangely even though my profile was barely filled out and I had no picture up, I recieved several winks and about 6 messages. The first thing I noticed was that it wasn't a secure website (no https even for entering your credit card details, although you can phone them. Once signed up I read my messages which seemed very fake (all dirty msgs from ppl no where near me) That topped with a sense of 'theres not much to this site' no community forums, no webcam chat.
all you seem to get for your £15 per month is the ability to view the thumbnail pictures larger, abiltiy to read and send messages, to read others diaries and to send gifts (like the ones on facebook).
Having had some sucess on adult friend finder I was looking for somewhere new and different.
On reaching the website you really need to sign up for a free account before you can do anything.
Even your search is restricted to I'm looking for a female, aged between, from, within how many miles, religion, smoker, children and do I want to only see members with pictures.Now if someone can only read my messages if they are a premium member that immediatly reduces my chances.Plenty more naughty fish is the "adult" contact side of plentymorefish Which brands itself as the UK's fastest growing online singles database.I joined pmnf after a female friend knew I was looking and suggested it as she knew someone who used it.On adult Friend finder for example it's usually the guys who pay for memberships and the females have free memberships.
All this feeling of, "I've just wasted $30 (or £15)" made me reach for the support button and email to ask to cancel my account and get my money back after just 7 minutes. Unfortunalty I got a prompt reply sent to my account saying that as I'd read my messages I wasn't allowed to get my money back although they'd be happy to cancel my paid for account.