Signing up for mediocre online dating sites is a bad idea. At best, you won’t meet anyone. At worst, you’ll end up being scammed out of your money. There’s absolutely no good reason to sign-up for any of the 10 sites we gave negative reviews to. Those sites are filled with scammers. And I’m going to share with you a story about a scammer I encountered on Zoosk.com.
The one and only time I signed up for Zoosk.com, I almost met a woman named Crystal. She was very pretty. And she seemed very much into me. We chatted for at least an hour online before I gave her my phone number. I told her to call me the next day. She did call and we chatted again for about 20 minutes. This time, the conversation was a bit different.
“She’s a Hooker” Sign #1: It’s All About YOU
I was beginning to get suspicious about her intentions during our phone conversation. She began talking about nothing other than sex and how she can satisfy me in bed. Don’t get me wrong, I’m certainly no prude. I just found it weird. And then she began asking me all sorts of questions about myself, what my favorite positions are, and also about what I do for a living.
I found it odd that I hadn’t even met this woman and she was really trying hard to find out about me. But even more odd was the fact that when I asked her questions about herself, she would never answer them directly. Most of the time, she would completely ignore the question and ask me a different question. Or when I asked her what she does for a living, she responded by asking me what I do for a living. I was really starting to wonder about her at this point.
“She’s a Hooker” Sign #2: She Asks if You’re “Looking to Pay for a Good Time”<>/h2
I didn’t really understand at first why she kept asking me so many questions and refused to tell me much about herself. After a while, I figured something was up. But then I was thrown off a bit when she asked me if I was “looking to pay for a good time”. I responded by asking her what she meant. She sort of laughed and then finally told me what she does for a living.
She’s a Hooker. She uses dating sites to lure men into her bedroom for consensual, yet costly sex. She explained to me that she would love to hook up with me but that it would cost me. So I responded by telling her to go screw herself and then I hung up the phone. After the conversation, I went back and checked out her profile and I noticed that everything she mentioned in her profile was all about what she can do for a guy and not about the type of guy she’s looking for. I just wish I had picked up on this obvious sign before wasting my time.