There are real ones and there scams that is why i am on CNET to help me find which are the real ones versus the ones that are scamscheck out epic.org, myinternetdoorman, idology those are real sites for sure but are used for companies and businesswhat about safestsurfer?
orcraigslistsafe CNET published an article; Credit cards are not valid for age verification but in reality the US government thought they were since banks don't give credit cards to fake people a short comment by cnet or valid members on how to tell a real age verification site versus a scamto be honest craigslistsafe = seems real?
It will have a name after it, something like /Melanie Sykes. If you find a different URL that looks similar, please leave a comment below.
Here is what the site says to start Followed by a sub-site name, like /Melanie Skes. The picture of the website is at the end of this article. Get Verified / Date Verification with hidden credit card charges.
The Melanie Sykes sub-site is currently directing people to Find True Romances. Your email is sold on the dark web – after the scammer is done spamming you of course. I don’t know what happens if you use the card number. A hidden “Iframe” web programming command redirects your credit card information without your knowledge.