Making money for dating
Once I had already signed the contract and had finally received full instructions, it hit me: I had just taken a job as dating site bait. I questioned this, and was told by the founders of this site that this was perfectly legal, and that all of these men had been informed that I was simply an “online ambassador” for their site.
Once per day, this website would send messages to men on my behalf. “In fact,” they pointed out “your profile will even blatantly say ‘Online Ambassador’ – so you shouldn’t be concerned.” With that reassurance, I dove right in. I had received over 500 messages – and in order to keep the gig, I had to respond to each and every message within 24 hours.
Each night, some sort of message (I never did find out what it was) was sent out from my profile to registered for the site, but had either cancelled their paid membership, or never paid to begin with.
On top of these messages, I began receiving responses from men I’d already responded to.
I ended up spending my days on AIM and reading message board after message board after message board.
At that time, the economy was still in its post-9/11 slump, people weren’t buying many houses, and as a result? No matter how many times I asked, no one would assign me extra duties.
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He reasoned that it would be doing us both a “favor” – he’d be providing me (in his words, “a struggling young woman”) with a free Gold Coast apartment.
The job seemed simple enough: I was to make a profile on their site and “make new members feel welcome” … I poked around on the site to make sure it wasn’t anything sleazy and confirmed that it was just a basic, normal dating site – not unlike OKCupid or
I was offered flat pay of 0 per week – not bad for a side gig I was doing while at work. In other words, men would register for the free account, see they’d received a message from a cute 20 year old girl, curiosity would get the best of them, and they’d pay for membership. A brilliant growth move on their part – but ultimately, just kind of awful and morally questionable.
However, I was never to provide any personal contact information, so they’d have to keep paying their membership fees just to maintain our “relationship” …yes,.
The number of messages I received each day grew higher and higher until I was receiving a few thousand messages each day.
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You decide when and who you want to date at the price you want to get paid.