Fling.com practices deception showing ads for girls who appear to be real in your area. Once you contact them (and even if you don't contact them) you will get a deluge of emails all sending you to other websites often with special screen names. If you try those, then you have to pay even more money to register on those sites. And the emails just keep coming if you don't respond, such as "I haven't heard from you yet." "Don't you want to get together." And then you will get emails from supposed women you never ever contacted -- even after you ask them to delete your account. Don't even think that some of the women are real and some are fake -- all are fake on this site. I think I'm going to have to change my email address and I can't keep up with the daily barrage of fake emails about women asking me to visit their supposed websites.
If some women are behind this profiting in some way from us "stupid males" I tell you that's the lowest way to make money. Playing off of mens normal behavior to chase women, all for a few bucks, is deplorable. Women should be glad we are interested in the first place, not sitting at home watching a few cyber bucks roll in every day. Or maybe there's no women at all behind the site, just a few corporate male lunatics. This is clear and simple deceptive business practices. Someone should shut them down immediately. File a class action lawsuit of something. Here's a funny one -- they have a feature where you can report girls who send you to other websites, I tried "reporting" several girls, but only more and more emails from those same "girls". Fling is an absolute total insane ripoff in every possible way. What a freakin' joke.
Santa Fe, New Mexico