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  • amanda36c 10:09 am on October 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Fishing Expedition: Fail 

    Since I’ve decided to make Skype shows my main source of camming income, I have been approached by some pretty arrogant people, inquiring about how much I earn.

    Below is a screenshot of a Facebook conversation that began on September 24th, 2014. Admittedly, I often forget to check that message section reserved for people not on your friends list. For the most part, which contain little more than “hi bb” messages.

    This unusual and unpleasant approach is commonplace in our industry, This treatment is part of the brainwashing that occurs daily in and around the platforms we work on, as well as in social networking circles.

    Again, who has the arrogance to even ask such a question and in such a rude way, demand an answer and become frustrated when one to their liking, is not given? After being given honest, friendly advice (despite the fact that I could have easily dismissed this as something that was none of their business in the first place), the tone turns to a hateful, manipulative one. Expecting an answer about what I earn is the kind of arrogance that unfortunately, I have grown very accustomed to, in recent years in this industry. Since camgirls have started performing independent Skype shows, questions about earnings have been popping up in forums everywhere and though there is a curiosity amongst camgirls, we are not the ones concerned because for the most part, we assume nobody is going to be honest about what they earn. It’s none of anyone’s business! When did it suddenly become everyone’s business what everyone else earns? Since the sites lost camgirls to Skype. So, who’s really doing the asking?

    Here’s the conversation between myself and the (obvious) webpimp fishing for info concerning my earnings and whose Facebook account disappeared immediately following this conversation. As his frustration mounts, that familiar arrogance begins to surface (as it always does). Can’t even seem to keep to one story either.


  • amanda36c 10:44 am on October 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Mister 'Meet Me' 

    Dear Mister ‘Meet Me’,

    I understand your intentions are completely innocent. Based on those 5 Twitter conversations, any suspicions on my part would be unjustified.

    Oh, yes I see your point about needing someone to have coffee with. Perhaps our travel industry should be made aware that people are willing to spend $700.00 on a  1.500 mile flight to one of our Starbucks destinations for one spectacular coffee. In fact, if the coffee is that great, then perhaps it would be wise, after all, to secure yourself a witness to back you up when you tell all the folks back home.

    Yes, Mister Meet Me, hockey arenas can get pretty lonely. Only 21,000+ people surrounding you, all with a common love for the sport. That said, it must be a tough place to spark up a conversation with people occupying the seats next to, in front of and behind you.

    His true intentions:

    Let’s imagine, for a moment, that I indulged Mister Meet Me and actually did meet him. Unrealistic, utterly impossible scenario, but for the sake of this article, I’ll play it up.

    Oh my. Never saw this coming! Mister Meet Me is now looking to go grab some drinks and … “wherever that happens to lead”. A few drinks later, spilling just a little more to relieve any tension I might be having as to where this night is headed for us, he blurts out something about “wild, unforgettable sex in his hotel room” and cleverly (or so he thinks) tries to lure me there with promises that the complimentary soap bars glow in the dark, stressing how important my being a witness to this is. Nothing impresses me more! Funny, he never mentioned anything about this on Twitter.

    All sarcasm aside, Mister Meet Me,

    You never once asked if I had a husband or significant other. We discussed this and my hubby said he would love to meet you. You seem like such a nice guy. What do you say? ;)


  • amanda36c 7:20 pm on October 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ,   

    October 2014 Habs Calendar 

    Here it is, my October 2014 Montreal Canadiens calendar!


    Desktop background is 1920 x 1080 and works well on Windows.

    The red dot denotes a home game.


    To use this on your desktop, in IE (Explorer), click the image so that it opens in a new window, then right-click on the image and select “Set as background”. As far as other browsers, I do believe you can just save the image and then just follow the same instructions as below to use as desktop wallpaper.


    To change your background, right-click on your desktop (anywhere) and select “Personalize”, then select “Desktop background” and choose or locate the file you wish to use. Leave me some feedback if you like it or if you have any trouble.





  • amanda36c 10:05 am on September 28, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    General Skype Strikes Back 

    I’m quite convinced, after the many thousands of generals I’ve seen on Skype, that most are fake. In fact, I’m pretty sure that I have not yet come across one actual, bona-fide general. There are plenty of tells with these guys and once you start to recognize them, these ‘generals’ are pretty easy to spot as fakes. A classic example (and my 2 cents on the topic):


    The things we camgirls have to put up with can be a bit overwhelming at times, so the next time you see one of us walking down the street or in the grocery store, stop for just a brief moment to thank us for our service. :)






  • amanda36c 2:27 pm on September 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl earnings, camgirl revenue charts, camgirls earnings, graphing your earnings, what do camgirls earn   

    Graph Your Earnings 

    When graphing your earnings, always consider amount of hours worked should be similar from week to week. If not, yet you work roughly the same amount of hours over a month or a 3-month stretch (quarterly), then you may want to graph monthly or quarterly to obtain a more accurate reading.

    Here’s a great site that generates a graph for you. Just enter your data.
    If you would like to display the graph without exact dollar figures (your revenue is your own business), take the dollar amounts and multiply each one by the same amount. For example, you earned:


    Now, multiply that by any number you like (note: I use a ridiculously high number, to show a representation but not the actual dollar figures). $426.81 x 50 = $21340.50 (obviously not a realistic weekly payout). Use the same number (in my case, x 50) to multiply all your figures and the graph will reflect the exact same trend as if you used the actual numbers.

    Below are some screenshots showing you what fields to enter your information.

    Here is the link to the site that generates your graph for you.



    Your graph will look something like this …

    On this page, in the settings, enter a title for your graph here (ie: Weekly Earnings)

    Choose a title to appear below the graph (ie: Weeks)

    Name for your scale (ie: Earnings)

    Enter payout dates here (ie: Jan 1, Jan 8, Jan 15) each on its own line

    Enter payout amounts here (ie: 10000, 20000, 30000) each on its own line. Feel free to multiply the real amounts, for none other than the fact it is no one’s business how much you truly earn.

    Click Create Chart

    These are just the very basics for those who have never graphed their earnings before. Feel free to test out the other choices as well. If you make a mistake, you can always click “Modify This Chart” below the chart, which will return you to the previous page where you can make changes. When satisfied, click anywhere on the graph and select “Save Picture As …” to save to your computer.


  • amanda36c 12:33 pm on September 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: amanda36c cookies, amanda36c recipes, apple pie cookies, delicious cookies, diy cookies, illustrated apple cookie recipe   

    Apple Pie Cookie Recipe 

    Nothing quite compares to this cookie. It has the most amazing sweet crunch with cinnamony flavour, like a mini apple pie in cookie form. I fell in love with the look of this little cookie and wanted to see if it tasted as good as it looked. Can’t go too wrong with apple pie flavoured anything, right? Well. I followed the recipe, which called for canned apples (yuck!), caramel and Pillsbury pie dough, as the main ingredients. All the while thinking natural apples, without all the preservatives, would taste so much better. You know how it is when you start tweaking a recipe. Needless to say, I butchered this one and the result was the most amazing cookie I have ever had! Here’s my version of the recipe:

    Apple Pie Cookies (Makes 12)



    1 package Shirriff Pie Crust (2 crusts)

    4 Medium-sized Delicious (or sweet) apples

    3 tbsp butter

    pinch of salt

    2/3 cup sugar

    1 tsp nutmeg

    1 1/2 tbsp cinnamon

    2 – 3 tbsp flour

    1 egg (for eggwash)

    1/2 tsp milk (adding to eggwash)

    2 tbsp raw sugar (to sprinkle on cookies)



    Prepare dough, following the instructions on the package. I used (and recommend) Shirriff pie crust mix.



    Divide into 2 and form 2 balls. Cover with plastic wrap and let sit while you prepare

    the cookie filling.



    Peel, core and slice the apples thinly (a bit larger than a nickel).




    Melt butter in large saucepan


    Add apples to saucepan.


    Add a pinch of salt. Stir frequently on medium heat approximately 5



    Add nutmeg and cinnamon. Continue stirring.



    Add sugar and stir about 2 – 3 minutes.



    Depending on

    your preference, the apples can be a little crunchy or they can be soft.

    Cooking a few minutes longer will result in softer apples. Once you have

    the desired texture of the apples, add the flour.


    You may add up

    to another tablespoon for desired thickness. It is best to have them

    thick and not runny so that they stay firm on the cookie rather than

    dripping all over your cookie sheet.


    Pour into large bowl


    cover with plastic wrap and put into the

    fridge for 15 minutes.

    In the meantime,

    Start to roll out one of your dough balls, not too thin, not too thick. Excess dough can be re-rolled to make more.

    I like my cookies fairly large, so I use a big plastic glass (about 3 & 1/2 inches in diameter) to

    cut them out.




    Lay the discs out on your parchement-lined cookie sheet, about an inch



    In a small bowl, whisk the egg with milk to prepare the eggwash.


    Set aside.

    Take your filling from the fridge and spoon out enough to fill the center

    of each cookie, being sure to leave some space around the outer edges.


    Take your second ball of dough and roll it out, a little thinner than you

    did with your first roll. Cut out 12 circles. Make 5 cuts in each

    circle. Excess dough can be re-rolled to make more and to fill in gaps on edges. This helps to keep the filling inside the cookie.


    Take the end pieces and lightly place those on the edges of the cookie.

    Delicately weave your pieces so that they are similar to the picture below.


    Using your fingertips (it helps tremendously if you have nails), gently

    press down around the edges to seal. It doesn’t have to be perfect; the

    eggwash will help that along, as well.


    Brush eggwash onto the lattice as cleanly as possible around the edges

    but it’s not a big deal to have a bit spill over. You can take a paper

    towel to wipe that after.



    Sprinkle raw sugar over the lattice.



    Bake at 350 (remember that ovens vary), for about 15 minutes or until

    light golden brown.


    The hardest part; wait until they cool off. I love them cold, so I waited

    about 15 minutes and then put them in the fridge for another 10 and they

    were superb! I only did that to cool them off quickly. They really should

    be kept at room temperature.

    Voila! The star of the show!


  • amanda36c 10:38 am on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl impersonator, Camgirls brainwashed, fake camgirls, fake cammodels, spotting a fake camgirl   

    The Brainwasher 

    The brainwasher, a common pest, perches itself atop the hierarchy of adult industry scum, looking down on the lower ranks with contempt and authority. Their words, daggers. Their actions, self-serving. Hiding in social corners, they silently stalk their prey, watching over like the eagle from a safe, high distance, making their presence known only when it suits the agenda. With tools at their disposal to multiply in droves, a large number of these exist and are infesting every inch of the industry.

    We all see it yet we play ignorant. The typical camgirl’s response, resulting from her lower ranking, is to opt for the safety and security of silence over the ramifications of speaking out. Afraid to rock the boat or go against the grain, the masses of lower ranks simply follow their leader, making the brainwasher’s job now effortless. The brainwashed buy into the belief that outside forces control the traffic ebbs and flows. Influence of this magnitude allows the brainwasher to govern the industry.

    A common neglect to place blame where it rightfully belongs suggests the sites are never at fault. Rather, diverting everyone’s attention toward a wide range of outside disturbances, including our connections, the internet, the weather. If that wasn’t believable enough, the self-doubt card was dealt, through subtle advice (in a calm yet influential manner). Brainwashing 101. In summary, traffic is slow because we don’t work enough hours, it’s because we don’t hustle hard enough, it’s because of what time of day or night we work, it’s because of the time of year it is (summer slowdown, back to school, Hallowe’en, Thanksgiving, Christmas holidays, New Year’s, Superbowl Sunday, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, 4th of July, etc.). Feel free to include any old embellishment of the truth while we’re on a roll here. Perhaps it’s time to take the we out of that equation, stop making excuses and look at what’s staring us right in the face. I have been in this industry for 17.5 years and have seen enough bullshit. When those industry forums were filled with real camgirls, you got the raw truth and no real camgirl made excuses for slow traffic. We blamed the sites (and rightfully so), gave them shit and called out every glitch. Initially, they tried to convince us it was our connections and we actually bought it for awhile but then, after much troubleshooting to exhaust every possible culprit (performing internet speed checks online with outside, trustworthy sources, open other windows to see if it works, try using video in other programs), we discovered it was indeed the sites and not our collective internet connections (surprise, surprise!). Many complaints were made in the forums about video freezing, dropping and the sites still continued to blame the girl, the customer, everything under the sun, but never their system. When devices started to gain in popularity and more people were enjoying our shows on them, the sites saw an opportunity to blame them for the dropped connections. That was pretty quickly dispelled with rave reviews coming from girls performing Skype shows that ran perfectly smooth and whose connections remained intact.

    We have to stop feeding the notion that those running this industry are clean and honest. The truth is, they are filthy and the biggest liars, deceivers and scum! The longer they make excuses for all these (so-called) “glitches”, year after year, the lower we sink into an even deeper submissive state. A true insult to our intelligence. With that many performers and customers having problems, no site relying on live video revenue would survive losses lasting that long and in those numbers. How could they still be making money? Unless, of course, they don’t really need us, right? “Content is King’, after all. Right, sites?

    We have all taken notice of how arrogant and controlling some self-proclaimed camgirls can be in certain industry forums. Many are extremely secretive with their online footprint, using different names in the forums than the ones they supposedly use on the sites. The site owners, managers, recruiters , paid P.R. people are in there (it’s quite obvious) with fake camgirl names, which can’t be found anywhere else besides that forum, not tracing to any existing active camgirl. When confronted, they claim that they don’t want their customers (who, as we all know, don’t enter those forums anyway)  to read all about their chat exchanges which, at times, can be very personal. One can create as many different names in those forums as their heart desires without even having to prove they are an actual camgirl. How convenient.

    Has the burning question surfaced yet? Would the sites do this? Why go through all the trouble? What do they stand to gain? Why money, of course, through influence and ultimately control. With that range of power, the sky’s the limit. This is how influence works in our industry:

    In fellow camgirl mode, their befriending efforts gain them support and trust of the real camgirls. When they feel threatened, or their efforts are being compromised, they use their influence over you to make you succumb to their way of doing things or offer advice as a last resort. In the event of a failed attempt to brainwash you, they resort to plan ‘b’, to gang up and attack. Anyone who doesn’t follow the mindset put forth by the group is susceptible to those attacks. Performers who ask too many questions start to immediately see declines in traffic and revenue. It is not a stretch to believe the sites would pose as camgirls in these forums with advice if it meant a way to increase their bottomline. Some of these beliefs are from real camgirls, some are not. I can differentiate between the brainwashers and the brainwashed because I have been in the industry so long and know a transformation when I see one. I have witnessed a shift in mindset and how it correlates with drops in traffic and revenue. The point is, these fakes have poisoned the minds of many camgirls and that fact should be brought to light.

    This is just an example of the sites doing what they do best. The precedent was set long ago, concerning  these beliefs about where traffic has gone and while the blame is cast in all those other directions, there has to be that burning question in everyone’s mind; for an industry so spontaneous and with spending habits so random (that is what it once was), how has it evolved to this point where certain patterns emerge and traffic flows, normally sporadic, have become so predictable? For example: best days and worst days (we all know what ours are), those last days leading up to the pay period’s end (slow as hell), those first moments after the system starts a new pay period week (fantastic!). There does look to be a more manipulated pattern in recent years than ever before which there shouldn’t be. Pay attention to these very carefully. Graphed earnings will display a pattern, clear as day. Go back (up to) as many as 4 years.

    I know the sites read my blog (rather frequently, I might add), so I’m not going to tip my hand here with how I know the difference between the brainwashers and the brainwashed but most camgirls are clever enough to figure this out for ourselves (yes, mister Webpimp, we are).

    Now, it appears the trend has shifted toward everyone getting what for some reason they are calling “vanilla” jobs, … better known as real jobs. You know you’ve been in this industry too long when … ;) Hell, I don’t even call it that.

    Food for thought.



  • amanda36c 4:48 pm on August 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Numbers Don’t Lie 

    Here are some examples, taken from a popular adult industry forum, of camgirl earnings. Some of these are quite shocking. Remember, our earnings have been steadily declining over the years. My opinion of the industry and the scams within will never change, despite how much sneakier and scummier those controlling it have become. The only question remaining is: how much lower can they go?


    just over $30 in 3 hours on SM.. traffic has been great yesterday and today but it’s just guys popping in and out all night, sometimes saying “Hi” and leaving a second later. I think it’s the site, I haven’t had nights this bad in weeks.

     The few guys that DO talk have all been “show me a lil something then pvt, ok bb??” “love your tits, can I see them?” I usually don’t get too many of those but this past week there’s been an explosion of douchebags on SM.



    Well I am just doing way better than yesterday.. ROFLMAO!… I have made $20 bucks and I am not even done with my 5 hours yet.. woot woot!


    Oh darl,  I feel you.  Made shitty 8 bucks on 2 hours on sm today.  And sm always send me pvt sound even if there is no pvt.  Thanks Sm for making me frustrated!!


    $6? What in the HELL? it’s been almost 3 hours now.. uggh



    Oh, for the love of God…it says that today I was logged into ImLive for 9 hours and only made $5.38. And it says that yesterday I was logged on for 7 hours and made $1.64. This is absolute insanity. Well, uh…some good news…I finally accumulated enough points on Opinion Outpost (one of those paid survey sites) to cash out via PayPal. YAY ME! :P I had 110 points, which equates to $11 via PayPal. And the payout happened INSTANTLY. I’ve got my PayPal debit card, and I’m about to buy some food. You’d be amazed how I can stretch $11.


    Ugh, 2 hours on SM last night and $30. I wanted to stay on longer but the last hour I couldn’t make anything so I logged off. I haven’t even been able to sell a Skype show in days. A week ago I was getting pretty consistant shows and now it’s nothing. I’ve had a few guys contact me but they have been freeloaders or they just disappear after I tell them to give me 5-10 minutes before I can do the show.


    Worst week EVA so far.. ugh I only have less than 3 days left.. I am clocking 12 bucks a fucking hour on average all week!.. I suck!… or they suck.. someone fucking sucks


    happy i was on period last week and didnt work. but yeah. :(( today in 5 hours made 110. yesterday made in 6 hours 120. thats deff not me. i am simple, without make up, only sitting not to teasy :) but i always show my eyes and i always smile, always polite. but past few weeks… woooow. never had anything like that in my two years career. people come and leave. its sooo great i have some regulars that actually come and help since they know why i do this job. it diesnt matter they tip only 5 per day, but still. btw, i tried everything past few weeks- i was doing 1 gold shows( i usually do 5 for 7 mins, not always works for me gold shows, but i dont like them anywayz)- noone joined, or like two three guys join, then dailies come and tip until goal is reached. i dont even talk about privates. its like +10000 warm outside and i need sit ahead computer because in 3 days i didnt manage to make 500 bucks which is not me, when i work 5 hours i always make 150. but now…. i dunno. !
    it was like slow when football championship was, but deff not like that. thanks god for my dailies with 3s and 4s next to their names. :)) and yes, natural girls attract guys there :) since i never ever put any make up or do my hair. i dont care anymore. in my whole life i got only few bad comments about me – bad teeth( but yeah, they are bad! i would need around 10000 bucks to fix them), that i am a moody cow and malipulator and liar( but the guy appoligised me after i explained purpose of topic and he also tipped me later). good luck girls! i really hope things will get better on SM and they will fix the damn page


    I’m on my way to the store for a gluten free burrito, big bag of peanut butter m&ms and lord knows what else. Pretty frustrating – $25 in 4 hours. Can’t even start about all the sorry ass trolls & low iq nimrods I’ve seen since Thursday.


    Woohoo!!.. 28 bucks in 3 hours .. YAY ME!.. and I actually had a decent day yesterday.. over my mid range goal…  Low goal is $100, Mid goal is $200, High Goal is $300+ for me.


    Arghhhhh camming SUCKS it could not suck anymore than it sucks right now.
    5 hours camming…£18 earnt.

     I thought being the last day of the month people got paid today?


    Wow! 15$ in 3 hours. At this rate, I’ll be able to retire in….oh, let’s see…ummmm…I’m 40 now and if I live to be 90….I can retire in 50 years?

    • ElliotNess29 10:40 am on September 6, 2014 Permalink | Reply


      I don’t know if you saw it but @streamate on twitter, the account was suspended and I wonder who else will be. Also Wag Acquistions LLC decided to add to the ICF technology patent lawsuits in July. Can’t wait to see who they go after next. Has Mr. Abramson contacted you yet? I am sure you would be a great character witness to how Shawn Boday operates. I guess it is not a good summer for Boday and his group of harassers. One look at their Compete and Alexa traffic stats shows a big decline since they closed your account.

      It also appears that there is a little group of webcam performers who are recruiters and have studios on ICF Technology Inc.’s white labels. They seem to be losing a grip of their performers as the traffic dies off and Skype shows become cheaper as well as more popular. It looks like their money cow’s milk has dried up and they can’t make the big money anymore. This is the answer to your attacks whenever you post against them. I saw this before with the affiliates on Ifriends.

      Three things I learned a long time ago. First, if something that is supposed to be random in nature starts to look like it has a pattern then it is being manipulated by someone for their own personal gain. Seen too often in stock market schemes and under Hadhazy’s regime. Second, when a group of specific people try to twist and discredit someone who is speaking out or trying to help their fellow workers, it is likely because that “someone” is speaking too much of the truth and the fellow workers see behind the curtain. They always try to have the last word against you because they are paranoid that nobody is listening to them anymore. Lastly, if a company has a glitch in their system that should be losing them money and it does not get fixed for months to years then it is not losing them money. Therefore the so-called glitch is an actual purposeful act to take hidden money from people. No company that loses money on a glitch does not fix it immediately. So Streamate and Ifriends’ glitches are all done on purpose to take money from the performers, affiliates and customers.

      The complaints and reports about Streamate and those of Ifriends are starting to look and act the same in many regards. I have also discovered that Streamate has partnered up with some of the same people as Webpower Inc/Ifriends since September 2011 which happens to be the same month as the domain was created. I think you and the other performers were not suppose to see, find it or even know about the connection. The website did not just change its information to show Accretive Technologies Group’s servers or Webpower Inc as the domain registrant but it closed and disappeared within two weeks of your blog. Look familiar to you? Seems like the old, change it quickly and make it look like it was just an error or oversite. Nothing to see here! Kind of like how Webpower took off Sheri Falco’s name so quickly from their DotXXX domains and how @streamatepage3 changed its name to @bigfloppydnkeyD and deleted their tweets. The old saying, “if it looks like a rat, smells like a rat then it probably is a rat” certainly appears very true in this case of ICF Technology Inc/Streamate and WebpowerInc/Ifriends.

      Keep being outspoken and informing your fellow performers about these two scam artists. Maybe some day other performers will have the courage to speak out when they can’t make any money anymore and have absolutely nothing to lose. As a group you all have the power over them!

  • amanda36c 3:31 pm on July 28, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl proposition, , pimps on skype, skype games with camgirls,   

    How Not To Proposition A Camgirl 

    Here is just one shining example of how the fine folks in my industry proposition us so that they can steal our Skype show content (to record and later sell/trade with other sites). This works especially well  in conjunction with a ploy to get us into Skype trouble by having us perform nude shows with no prior proof of age from the ‘customer’. Keep in mind that websites in the industry have been seeing major declines in traffic as the result of girls having their own websites and offering Skype shows to their customers.


    Heads up, camgirls. These guys are not as innocent as they appear, nor are their motives. Remember the guys back in school that would say anything just to get some action? These are the same guys. They will say anything to get you to give them your content. With promises of traffic and promotion, “you will be making bank in no time, girls”! Heard that one before? Only to find out they were yanking your chain and all they wanted was your content. Content is King. Don’t give it to them. Do your own thing. Do Skype shows on your own. You don’t need them. Believe me. I spent the last 17 years building what I thought was my business on these sites and in the end, started to investigate what I should have years earlier, only to find I had been stolen from the entire time, lied to, harassed, impersonated, my customers taken from my rooms, off my e-mail lists, never to receive my live notices again, etc. Unbelievable … but true.

    Anyway, this guy seemed nice, at first. He sent me a few tweets and then decided to dm me, and here’s what ensued …


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    Does this sound like someone with a genuine interest in promoting or just another game player? I can’t rule out that he could also just be some regular Joe out there seeking a way to obtain free Skype shows from girls but after putting my investigative skills to the test, I’m quite convinced he is in the industry.

  • amanda36c 10:40 am on July 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl harassment on skype, skype harassment, , skype time wasters   

    A Short Skype Gripe 

    Who has the kind of time on their hands to create several Skype accounts only to be a pain in someone’s ass? I have blocked over 100 accounts on Skype over the years, who all have the same exact mentality, comments, grammar, spelling mistakes, jabs and general attitude. All of which are present in the conversation screenshots below. There are certain ‘tells’ that give away exactly who this person is. I prefer to keep those tidbits of information to myself. Much the same way a poker player would of his opponent when he notices theirs. So anyone thinking of posting a comment to this article, asking for proof, don’t waste your time. After what I have had to endure from this industry, I have no need to defend myself to anyone. Some read my blog,  yet continuously pester me about proof. If your interest in knowing how I know it is the same person doing this, runs that deep, then you will take the time to read my entire blog and see for yourself. The answer is there. All consistent. No lies. In fact, I back up my claims with proof (screenshots, embeds, URLs, etc.) when I can, except when it comes to their tells and pertinent information. Perhaps in the same way the FBI would ask witnesses to keep quiet about details of a case that they are working on. It just doesn’t make sense to leak what you know about your harasser to what could be them or worse – in a public blog for everyone to see, if they happen to be reading it (which, guaranteed, 100%, they are!).

    Anyway, here are the screenshots of today’s conversation on Skype. Nothing quite like blocking someone’s ass to kick-start a Monday morning!






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