How to make money dating men
On the first day, I actually thought it was kind of fun. Still, nothing too crazy – and it was keeping me occupied. According to my “manager”, the ultimate goal was to keep these men as paying members for as long as possible.
I had received about 70 messages – totally manageable – and spent my day at work typing thoughtful responses to each message. In her words, I was supposed to string them along, get them to keep logging in, and ultimately – make them fall in love with me.
A few smart men caught on immediately and became (justifiably) angry.
When that happened, I was instructed to simply point them to the Terms of Service they had agreed to – buried within paragraph after paragraph of legal jargon was a line they had snuck in that made users aware of the fact that they may receive messages from “online ambassadors” that are paid to interact with members.
It was overwhelming – and at this point, things began feeling very, very… I’d receive messages from older, married men who alluded to paying me for my companionship.
and someone to sleep Unfortunately, no matter how strange or creepy a man was, I had to respond, or I was fired.Additionally, I had to use my real name and basic info – location, age, etc.There were a few creepy men who became obsessed with finding out my personal information, and would send me message after message trying to guess specifically where I lived, where I worked, etc.By the end of the third week, I couldn’t handle it any more and quit.Not only did I feel unbearably guilty for leading these men on, but I felt dirty – and I didn’t feel safe.