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  • amanda36c 9:41 am on August 29, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    A Common Theme 

    The folks on my followers list have so much in common,  by golly, shouldn’t they all be following each other, rather than me?

    • They all have followers in a range between 6,806 and 9,159.
    • Their following list shows a range between 5,933 and 7,975.
    • All except for 2 have that blue header and for promoters of porn.
    • Not one has a nude picture as its avatar.
    • Each one was given a handle that relates to porn.

    This is a little more than pure coincidence. It isn’t every day I’m entertained with accounts like these, all at the same time with so close to the same number of follower and following lists and all those other coincidences. Another game being played by the great minds of the porn industry. Who this time? Is it one person behind all these accounts? Over to you, Captain Obvious …

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  • amanda36c 9:34 am on August 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Oops, He Spammed Us Again 

    Following the theme of my previous article, I was included in the mailing list of an email sent to roughly 350 people. It appears someone had forgotten to file all those addresses under the bcc field and look what leaked! The sender had all the markings of the spammer mentioned in my other article; seeks webcam show for today, the word “donation”, the email deriving from a Gmail account, sent to himself (and this time, many others in an accidental leak, displaying a list of 350 email addresses. Mostly camgirls.  There were a few sites as well who, might I add, wasted no time in pouncing on the opportunity to promote their services.  I do love how the girls called this Ryan creep out and though his motive for going through all this trouble remains quite unclear, I do have a few theories. He sent a mass email to gather information; specifically our availability.

    Suffice it to say, this is not someone genuinely interested in a Skype show with a camgirl. It is (quite obviously) someone with a financial interest in the camming industry gathering information for his own agenda which obviously did not include purchasing a show from everyone who responded to this email.

    This is just a small example of the games that are played in this industry.

    I blurred out the recipients’ email addresses, out of respect for my fellow camgirls. Check it out …

     

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  • amanda36c 10:38 am on August 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl donations for skype shows, camgirl scams, fake camgirl customers, skype donation offers   

    Skype Show Donation Offers 

    Over the past two years, I’ve received several e-mails with regards to the booking of a show. A common theme exists here. There are many tells but here are just a few:

    • The word “donation” is often used.
    • Another to note is how the show in question is not an advanced booking or anything that would otherwise allow time to prepare for the performance or at least clear up some time from their schedule. No, it’s often for today. As though your work schedule is open 24/7 and you have no life outside of this whatsoever. Perhaps because the person behind the keyboard and those emails is really someone in the industry who themselves have a mission to brainwash and manipulate camgirls into submission and this is the most obvious way to do it. This is definitely not someone interested in a show for any reason other than to chargeback or demand a refund. Eventually, this would serve to drive girls away from performing independently doing Skype shows and right back into relying on the sites (who are in desperate need of content for other ventures that you’re not supposed to know about).
    • In addition to this, another telltale sign its them behind these emails is the offer (they think you can’t refuse) of an amount in the low hundreds, typically, anywhere from one to four.
    • They also happen to use Gmail, which hides your online footprint so that it can’t be traced. There may be a few other reasons, actually.

    What makes me laugh is that they send this to themselves and then Bcc me (and possibly several others) the offer.

    Below are some examples of the emails I’m referring to.

    There is never a need to concern myself with who is the real deal and who isn’t. To me, it’s obvious. Have a look at these (similar and overly generous) offers from supposed different people …

     

     

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  • amanda36c 10:46 am on August 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Life With a Blind Dog 

    I remember the moment my dog lost her sight. It was 3am. She stumbled over to my side of the bed while I was asleep, attempting to get my attention. At first, I thought she caught a hint of a scent of food in the trash can. Perhaps the lingering smell of leftover chocolate that just barely scraped off onto the wrapper. When she bumped into the leg of my desk and then onto the side of the bed, I knew something was wrong. That was the day I discovered, my dog, in the ripe old years of her life, had gone blind. Completely. She had cataracts a short time before the blindness took over. There was no time and such little warning. Even if I’d known sooner, the high risk involved with surgery would have made it impossible to even consider.
    My job now was teaching her how to adjust. Not once was I scared I wouldn’t be able to handle it or that she might be too much of a burden. My only fear at the time was how she would cope with this herself. I could only imagine the feeling of helplessness, the sudden and constant dependence on others and the uncertainty involved with trying to assess her surroundings.

    What scared the heck out of me most was the thought that she could fall into a depression and start to lose hope. That her body would start to decline as the result of a loss of energy. She loved to chase things like balls, pucks, sticks. With the loss of her sight came the loss of ability to enjoy those things. My biggest fear was starting to happen as she started to decline. The emotional stress was just terrifying to watch but there were physical wounds, as well. I could see her frustration from bumps to the head each time she hit a wall. During this time as she struggled to adjust to this new condition, I worked tirelessly on creating a halo for her, attached to a harness. This helped her to navigate the house easier. Several weeks later, in a somewhat completed stage, I’d gotten it to where it was sturdy enough to maintain its shape and position after her absolute abuse of it. The halo would take the impact of everything she bumped into so that her head wouldn’t have to. She quickly took to using this apparatus like a pro, finding her way everywhere, with good speed and an excited tail wagging the entire time. It didn’t take much to convince me this was the very thing that saved her life and brought her out of the depressed and declining state she was in. Everything that set her back had completely turned around. Both her mental and physical wounds healed as time went on as she became more adjusted to this apparatus. I was amazed at how it saved her life and allowed her to be happy again. It was truly a miracle to see.

    Now that I had my dog back again, receptive to commands and trusting of me, it was time to teach her some new commands. “Step” meant she needed to hop a sidewalk. “Step, step, step” told her there was a small flight of stairs to climb. I’ll say “puppy” when there’s another dog so that she’s prepared and I’m always careful of which dogs I let get close to her. If I say “little jog”, she’ll start to trot along faster than the turtle pace she normally walks now. This gets her some exercise and takes her nose off the ground for a few minutes. Since the nose has taken over her senses, it’s always on the ground and sniffing everything out. I got her into the habit of sniffing for her ball, which she seems to enjoy immensely. The thrill of the chase is something every dog loves. If there’s one thing to remember about dogs it’s that to them, everything is a game and they are in heaven when they have a willing partner to play with them. Letting her find the ball herself is not the same as throwing it for her and she certainly doesn’t get the same kind of exercise but I can see it makes her happy and that’s really all that matters, given the circumstances. I play with her constantly in the house by bumping her halo as I walk by, petting her, talking to her. I play music or leave the television on for her when I leave her alone at home. Doors to rooms that she has a hard time navigating have to be closed or sectioned off. Wires and anything potentially dangerous have to be out of reach of her and her halo. Anything she can bump into with that thing can pose a threat to her if it falls on her head, so we have to be really careful of what areas she can have access to in and around the house. For snack time, I bust one of her homemade biscuits in two and lay the pieces on the ground, telling her to “find the cookie”. That’s her favorite game. She just loves those cookies.

    Some of the things she was accustomed to now had to be things to adjust to. She can no longer jump into pools of water on hot summer days like she used to. I now walk her through small fountains and large puddles instead. She can no longer run and play with the other dogs but I still let her sniff their butts. Movie night was one of her favorites because popcorn was a guarantee for her. I’d toss the non salted, non buttery popped kernels into her open mouth. Now, she plays ‘find the popcorn on the floor’. It’s been quite an adjustment but she’s coping surprisingly well.

    So, while life with a blind dog can be challenging at times, there is nothing burdening about it. She still gets to enjoy those later years of her life and I get to enjoy them with her.

     
  • amanda36c 9:03 am on July 22, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: camgirl verification, fake live camgirls, fake sexcam girls, fake sexcams, verified camgirls   

    Verified Camgirls 

    For those wondering how camgirls are ‘verified’, let’s take a look at some hard facts.

    Website owners, recruiters, agents and other members of the lowlife pimp club never miss an opportunity to seize the profits from lucrative content lingering about on their servers.
    Content includes every video uploaded (promotional or ‘for members only’), every image (nude and clothed), every word (oral and written).

    A contract is written up by the sites where the performer must sign prior to working on that site. The average camgirl skims over their 10-page contract, past all the parts that are there solely to protect the sites from damages such as lawsuits and ‘intellectual property’ rights. Covering their assets and asses quite well, these contracts are hardly an agreement between both parties; they’re more like a waiver. When the performer signs, it’s the equivalent to handing over ownership of her ‘intellectual property’ (content) to the site.

    Imagine if the sites had all of our content and no longer had to pay the girls? The more programs like this I see, the more I’m convinced my ‘theory’ isn’t far off the mark …

    If programs like this exist to fool members, how far would they go, with money being the motivator, to fool the camgirls as well?
    Would they go as far as to impersonate camgirls in an effort to gain support in the community? Influence them? This would enable them to control which sites the girls work, through advice in adult industry forums and social networking, asking and answering questions amongst themselves, knowing they have the attention of real camgirls browsing conversations, Googling terms related to traffic and revenues on sites that they work on.

    Let’s not forget this old program, CamDecoy, they’ve since hidden quite well.

    Back to my point. Programs like these have long been in circulation. They don’t only serve to fool members by using previously captured and edited videos of camgirls, calling it ‘live’ and charging accordingly, but they are also fooling camgirls by using their content without their consent, knowledge or paying them the percentage agreed upon in our contracts and/or agreements. Who stands to profit from these programs, faking live webcams for profit? There are a ton of similar programs floating about in the dark recesses of the internet. If you look hard enough, you will find them. Hint: To find where the cockroaches hang out, learn to think like a cockroach.

    Thanks to the slimeballs of this industry and their underhanded schemes, there is no certainty when it comes to verifying camgirls and I wouldn’t trust anyone who claims they have a way. Not as long as programs like these exist. I don’t think there is a need to mention that the sites already have all pertinent personal information on us. Something tells me they wouldn’t hesitate to use it. There is no low they wouldn’t sink to in the name of the almighty buck. Let’s not forget, that’s what it’s all about.

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  • amanda36c 8:41 am on July 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    The Rich Aren’t Dumb 

    Saw this joke … somewhere online and well, I just had to share. The truth of it is the funniest part.

     

    We all know the stereotype of the pretty girl wanting to marry a rich husband.
    But when this woman decided to advertise her beauty, she got much more than she was asking for.

    Since she wasn’t dating rich enough guys, this woman decided to write a post on a dating forum for some advice. This is what she wrote:

    I’m going to be honest of what I’m going to say here. I’m 25 this year. I’m very pretty, have style and good taste. I wish to marry a guy with $500k annual salary or above. You might say that I’m greedy, but an annual salary of $1M is considered only as middle class in New York.

    My requirement is not high. Is there anyone in this forum who has an income of $500k annual salary? Are you all married? I wanted to ask: what should I do to marry rich persons like you?

    Among those I’ve dated, the richest is $250k annual income, and it seems that this is my upper limit.

    If someone is going to move into high-cost residential area of Manhattan, $250k annual income is not enough.

    I’m here humbly to ask a few questions:

    1) Where do most rich bachelors hang out? (Please list down the names and addresses of bars, restaurant, gym)

    2) Which age group should I target?

    3) Why most wives of the riches are only average-looking? I’ve met a few girls who don’t have looks and are not interesting, but they are able to marry rich guys.

    4) How do you decide who can be your wife, and who can only be your girlfriend? (my target now is to get married)

    Ms. Pretty
    When a rich New York executive read her post, he decided to offer her some realistic advice.

    Dear Ms. Pretty,

    I have read your post with great interest. Guess there are lots of girls out there who have similar questions like yours. Please allow me to analyze your situation as a professional investor.

    My annual income is more than $500k, which meets your requirement, so I hope everyone believes that I’m not wasting time here.

    From the standpoint of a business person, it is a bad decision to marry you. The answer is very simple, so let me explain.

    Details aside, what you’re trying to do is an exchange of “beauty” and “money.” Person A provides beauty, and Person B pays for it, fair and square.

    However, there is a deadly problem here. Your beauty will fade, but my money will not be gone without any good reason. The fact is, my income might increase from year to year, but you can’t be prettier year after year.

    From the viewpoint of economics, I am an appreciation asset, and you are a depreciation asset. It’s not just normal depreciation, but exponential depreciation. If that is your only asset, your value will be much worse 10 years later.

    By the terms we use in Wall Street, every trade has a position. Dating you is also a “trading position.”

    If the trade value dropped, we would sell it. It’s not a good idea to keep it for the long term. The same goes with the marriage that you wanted.  It might be cruel to say this, but in order to make a wiser decision, any assets with great depreciation value will be sold or “leased.”

    Anyone with over $500k annual income is not a fool; we would only date you, but will not marry you. I would advice you to forget looking for any clues to marry a rich guy.

    You could seek to become rich yourself, earning a $500k annual income. This is more likely than you finding a rich fool.

    Hope this reply helps.

     
  • amanda36c 8:27 am on July 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Transparency 

    The transparency of the adult industry …. IF there was honesty in advertising, that is.

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    Make serious money in the adult industry today! This is no exaggeration …

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    Well, it’s the thought that counts. Right? …

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    The adult industry’s annual Easter hunt event …

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  • amanda36c 9:50 am on June 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    A Joke For My Readers 

    To my faithful readers, just wanted to share a joke I found frigging hilarious. I hope you do too! Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

     

    A couple from Minneapolis decided to go to Florida for a long weekend to thaw out during one particularly icy winter.

    They planned to stay at the same hotel where they had spent their honeymoon 20 years earlier.

    Because of hectic schedules, it was difficult to coordinate their travel plans.

    So, the husband left Minneapolis and flew to Florida on Thursday, with his wife flying down the following day.

    The husband checked into the hotel. There was a computer in his room, so he decided to send an email to his wife.

    However, he accidentally left out one letter in her email address, and without realizing his error, sent the email.

    Meanwhile, somewhere in Houston, a widow had just returned home from her husband’s funeral.

    He was a minister who was called home to glory following a heart attack.

    The widow decided to check her email, expecting messages from relatives and friends. After reading the first message, she screamed and fainted.

    The widow’s son rushed into the room, found his mother on the floor and saw the computer screen, which read:

    To: My loving wife
    Subject: I’ve arrived
    Date: April 6, 2006

    I know you’re surprised to hear from me. They have computers here now and you are allowed to send emails to your loved ones.

    I’ve just arrived and have been checked in. I see that everything has been prepared for your arrival tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing you then. Hope your journey is as uneventful as mine was.

    P.S. Sure is hot down here!

     
  • amanda36c 10:03 am on June 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: adult industry scam, camsite scam, porn scam   

    Pathetic Pimp Promotion Ploy 

    Camgirls, watch out for offers like these (I blurred out the site’s name to avoid giving them any exposure) …

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    All this tells me is that the (now obviously desperate) pimps of the adult industry must be finally starting to get what they deserve, thanks to girls smartening up and using Skype to perform independent shows. The fee they mention is to make you think this is all they gain but in reality, they get your contacts, customers, social media accounts, etc. There is no limit to what they can do with this. Would you take anyone who approaches you with an offer, going by the name Karma, seriously anyway? If you receive an email like this one, take the advice of a real camgirl who has been through hell and back with these fucking scumbag pimps and their bags of tricks … tell them to go fuck themselves!

     
  • amanda36c 10:12 am on May 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: overcharged on sex site, porn site fraud, porn site overbilled me, ripped off by a sex site, ripped off by porn site, sex site credit card fraud   

    Ripped Off By An Adult Site? 

    Were you ever ripped off by an adult site? Charged after they claimed you wouldn’t be? Overbilled? Double, triple, quadruple-billed? Finding strange charges on your statement under different names, soon after you signed up to a porn or sex site? Did those charges increase gradually over the months?

    Post your experience here and if you prefer to remain anonymous, ask me not to post it. I respect people’s decisions to remain anonymous. For the record, however, it lends more credibility to post it out in public rather than provide a tip in privacy. The sites are well-known for playing games and stoop to posing as customers, lying and scheming to find out what information is out there in their efforts to conceal what we all know to be fraud.

    Provide as many details you can, no matter how insignificant or irrelevant they may seem. Often, this can work to expose key patterns.

    Significant information would include the following:

    • What was the name of the company that appeared on your credit card statement, beside the charge?
    • Have you received charges from other companies, under names which were unfamiliar to you, that you suspect may also be them? What were those names?
    • When confronted about the suspicious charge, did customer service refund your money or offer to issue you a site credit?

    Click Reply to respond. Any information would be appreciated but please keep it strictly to facts. Assumptions and personal thoughts or theories are of no use.

    You may also contact me on Twitter @ amanda36c. If you’ve read my blog, the answer to why I’m asking this should be obvious.

    Have a nice weekend everyone!

     
    • Stan 9:21 am on May 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I joined this porn site about 2 yrs ago. They said all over their membership was free and that I only had to give them my credit card to verify my age. They ended up taking monthly payments different amounts each time. To my knowledge it was only under one name. Anyway this went on for several months before I noticed and when I called the company to dispute the charges, the customer service rep accused me of entering a “premium” pay per minute session without reading first. I gave her the benefit of the doubt and when we hung up I went back to see what I missed the first time. There was no mention of any charge that I could see. It took a third visit for me to notice the small print way on the bottom right tucked away under what appeared to be just a legal disclaimer. I called her back and she passed me to some guy who was very rude and refused to listen to anything I had to say. When I threatened to go to my bank and demand they remove the charges he quickly offered me a credit but said he’s have to close my account. I said no I wanted a complete refund and after ten minutes arguing he agreed to refund all the charges. That sounded right to me. My calculations totalled 743.90 but his amount was around 400 less. We argued for another 15 minutes on that and settled on 826 after picking apart each amount on my credit card bill. He closed my account with me right there on the line and assured me that the money would be in my account in a few days. So it happened right along the lines of what you were saying. He tried to get me to open a new account during that same conversation but I didn’t feel comfortable with doing that. I called my bank to cancel that credit card and am never going back on that or any other site again. I sent you an email with the company details if you want to have a look. The information given here along with the billing info might give away who I am. That is not a place I want to go. Thank you Amanda for all you are doing to stop these thieves. I hope one day you get what you deserve and they get theirs. Please keep updating your blog and stay diligent. Your a diamond in the rough young lady.

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      • amanda36c 1:32 pm on May 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks for sharing, Stan. I’m not surprised at all that this has happened to you. Compared to reports I’ve read from others, you were treated exceptionally well. I know of two of those companies you mentioned. I just wasn’t aware that they billed under those strange names. Odd for an adult site. Check your inbox. :)

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