Adult Friend Finder

Just a theory. Girls, if you want a guy to have your number you need to give it to him. I honestly would not recommend to any guy. I am good looking, tall (6’2″), athletic, non-smoking, white, have a good job ($50,000+), a college education, a car, and my own place. Even with all that, 90-95% of the emails I send out get no response. It doesn’t matter how witty or insightful I Adult Friend Finder make itself readily accessible by any means except email. We are pretty techno-savvy but were unable to locate a phone number or physical address for, so we googled the parent company Spark Networks, called their Beverly Hills headquarters at 1-323-658-3000, and spoke to guy named Tyler who was nice but wouldn’t help. More googling found the name and number of Steve Burton, Adult Friend Finder so I am very familiar with them. I have also worked in IT and Fraud for several years. I clicked on the link for from Facebook. Of course I got the pop-up about the “free trial” so I decided to give it a try. I filled out minimal info (no “about me” or anything like that) and uploaded a pic. At the end of the form they were asking for credit card which if this was a true free trial Adult Friend Finder that we can’t expect the site to be perfect. Okay, so there are some guys out there pretending they want relationships when really they want a one-night fling…but the same thing could easily happen with a guy you met at, say, a party or a friend’s house or at work or at the store or wherever!! At least, that’s what I think. One last thing. As for that poor, apparently clueless, racist Adult Friend Finder