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  • amanda36c 12:20 pm on February 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    A Response So Obvious 

    This is a follow-up to my previous blog article, where I exposed iFriends/Webpower Inc.’s employee Jaime Hamed for tampering in my account settings and transferring money from my account into someone else’s. Someone who just happens to live in her hometown of Pennsylvania, according to an online trace of that ssn number. Oh but I’m sure that’s just a really odd coincidence. Yeah, that’s it. Coincidence.

    In the days and weeks following my previous blog article, all this ensued …

    Someone reported me to Facebook for having a photo containing nudity. It was reviewed and deemed not in violation of that rule. Aww shucks. Eh?


    On December 12th, someone whose IP is out of West Palm Beach, Florida replied to my blog article with this comment, “still batt-shit crazy I see”.
    Assuming this person was referring to Jaime, I replied, “I agree. You must have known her a long time.”

    17 days later, I received a notice of Privacy Violation from WordPress.
    Someone had reported me for posting a screenshot of ‘personal information’

    On January 13th (about a month later), the same person replied again, this time under a proxied IP but using the same name. They wrote “I mean you. the time invested in this rambling nonsense and talking to yourself. You need srs meds.”

    So, let me get this right. I need meds after exposing a fraud by an internet
    porn company I worked for? Am I reading this correctly? Pretty arrogant if you ask me but oddly amusing.

    The comments are all here.

    10 days later, they decided to reply to a previous blog article of mine using a different name and e-mail address but under the exact same proxied IP.

    They didn’t reply to me specifically but this time to a comment left by another user. Under the assumption this user was me, they wrote “Too bad you are amanda. still the same since the studio days.”. It wasn’t me. This really was someone else who wrote that. The outright accusation showed me just how paranoid this person was though.

    They certainly are relentless and yes, let’s discuss ‘investment of time’, and who’s spending all their time reading my little blog. While I’m flattered someone devotes all their energy and time to little me, hanging on my every word, I don’t believe they are anything more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Truth be told, they are only there to perform damage control, not what they portray themselves as. No one person can be that adamant about defending every little thing I write online about a porn company that defrauds people.

    Another of their personas online goes by the handle Artlessly Creative and is
    an even greater defender of iFriends/Webpower Inc.. Isn’t it interesting how much time this person has to devote to little me with my little blog? So yes, please, let’s discuss ‘investment of time’.

    Never a nice thing to say. Or productive. Or intelligent. Or useful. Just defensive. Often insulting.

    It’s pretty clear this is a company whose employees perform more damage control than any other business function. The true markings a master fraudster is behind this.

  • amanda36c 10:56 am on November 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: iFriends affiliates, iFriends multiple accounts, iFriends multiple member accounts, rmtinfo multiple accounts, Webpower Inc multiple accounts, wpassociates multiple accounts   

    How The Porn Industry Banks (Part 3) 

    This is the final installment of my series about how the porn industry banks. In this, I present some examples of how confusion is created within the system and how the affiliates are taken advantage of.

    Affiliates drive traffic to the site for a commission or pay per click, depending on the contract they signed. Regardless of this, the system tracks all activity related to clicks, sign-ups, navigation of the site and sales so that the affiliate is properly paid.

    If the customer cancels his account for any reason, payments stop going to the affiliate. If he closes his account and creates a new one, he is technically no longer the affiliate’s customer. The site no longer has to pay the affiliate. The payoff is especially sweet where customers with elaborate spending habits are concerned. That type of behaviour isn’t unheard of in our industry. How easy would it be to close and re-open an account? Create any little reason for the big spender customer to want to contact the site. The site then offers to, under the guise of ‘fixing the problem’, create him a new account entirely. Old account is gone, new account created. Just like that. That’s how easy it would be to eliminate the cost of having to pay affiliates. Pretty convenient. This can apply to any customer brought in by an affiliate.

    With this in mind, have a look at the screenshots below that I captured from the iFriends (V2) platform. In the first screenshot, I detail how relevant information is categorized in the customer cards; a basic overview. If you look closely, the numbers their system gave didn’t add up. Other oddities occurred, such as customers with multiple accounts, whose amounts don’t add up and instances where I was not paid for fan club sales and renewals. These are just a few examples. I can’t possibly show them all in one blog article. It would take too long. Keep in mind that I was used to help ‘test’, ‘break down’ and ‘report’ my findings to the site. These cards were only accessible from iFriends v2  (2008) but held information from several years prior, on the original iFriends platform.



    Below is a screenshot of a member who, according to iFriends’ system, joined the site on February 04, 2010. He spent between $100.00 and $500.00 on live videochat with me. Look at the next screenshot, one day later. His screenname is different (a “2” was added to the end of it) and through clicking a link provided to view “previous visits under other screennames with same e-mail or payment information” screenshotted over on the left of the image below, I was able to see his original handle listed but no indication of the previous amount spent in videochat. So his new account was attached (through this card) to his old one, yet the money spent drops off with the next handle. If it is under the same account, then why is it listed as such but the money spent disappears? What happens to the affiliate’s share, the person who should be paid for getting this member to sign up to the site in the first place? There is a certain convenience to the way data is logged on this site … and the way much of it is manipulated, not to mention extremely confusing and next to impossible to explain. You will need to look at the screenshots very carefully to understand fully what I am talking about.


    aguy169 aguy1692


    Here’s where the plot thickens. A third account is created on the same day as the previous one was. To recap; he originally signed up under AGUY169, then the very next day, it changed to AGUY1962. On the same day, changed it again to AGUY1963. If you click the link atop the original card, a window will pop up displaying more information on that customer. See left portion of screenshot under the header “Previous Visit(s) under other Screennames, with same email or payment information“. It shows only his original handle, not his most recent one prior. It should show all of his handles there but it doesn’t.




    Here’s the next one … in proper sequence, of course … (AGUY1964) with the same information.


    aguy1694I was paid for his videochat session on (report generated) February 22, 2010. In our minute-by-minute stats report, an asterisk appears beside each amount that gets collected by the site. We are only paid for the amounts the site is able to collect on. Initially, his amount cleared. Note: his charge in the stats report (screenshot below) for videochat sales didn’t appear under “AGUY196” but did under “AGUY1964”. Look at the screenshots I posted above, of the cards. That charge only appeared on “AGUY196”. Stats report and cards are not consistent.


    Strangely enough, after I was paid for this, the asterisk that was once there, had disappeared from the stats report. There were no refunds or chargebacks for this transaction.




    Here is another one, grey1beard, who spends money, both as a fan club member and in videochat sales, whose handle gets changed to grey_beard. Look carefully at the dates and handles.



    Below is another instance where the number “2” is inserted at the end of the member’s handle when a second account is created.

    rich877 rich8772



    The screenshot below shows a member who joined my fan club 3 times the same day. In fact, his signups were under 3 similar names and all within an approximate 2-hour span. This is not a member forgetting his password and creating a new account. These accounts are not showing any connection to each other whatsoever in their cards. So 3 separate members all decided to join my fan club in the same 2-hour span, choosing the same name, all except for one little digit at the end? How incredibly dense one must be to believe that. See screenshots below.






    To summarize, I’ve shown, in part 1, how iFriends take advantage of camgirls (also known as chathosts, hosts, models, performers). In part 2, I showed the usefulness of those so-called ‘glitches’ and the overbilling of members. In part 3, I have shown how they close members accounts to avoid having to pay affiliates. This completes my 3-part series on how this one site in particular banks.

    Stay updated with my blog because over the next few weeks I will be uncovering some doozies involving employees of Webpower Inc (iFriends), that’s sure to raise some eyebrows.


    • Elliot Ness 12:20 pm on February 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      This looks a lot like a money laundering scheme and is clearly proof of the fraud perpetrated by Webpower Inc./Ifriends. You have to wonder how much money is paid by Webpwer Inc./Ifriends to keep the Florida State and US law enforcement from investigating this fraud! It also make you wonder how stupid the IRS can be , not to fully audit these crooks. Is it possible that our US law enforcement (FBI/DOJ) is so concentrated on terrorism that they allow fraud, even when reported, to run rampant in our country?


  • amanda36c 2:51 pm on October 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , ifriends scam, ifriends skimming,   

    How The Porn Industry Banks (Part 2) 

    This is the second of a three-part series, involving the truth behind the adult industry’s camming world.

    In part one, I lightly touched on the mistreatment of camgirls by pimps in the industry. Now I’ll show how our customers are taken advantage of, by those same pimps.

    When a charge appears on John Doe’s credit card from a porn site for a purchase he did not make or one he was overbilled for, he has the choice to dispute it or suck up the loss. His ultimate decision is often based on principal, as the dollar amount is usually rather low. After all, a small erroneous charge pales in comprison to the public humiliation of having your good name attached to a legal battle with a porn site smack in the middle of it. This is where the opportunistic pigs of the porn industry capitalize. Playing on people’s vulnerabilities with such little risk allows them to continue to thrive.

    Below is an example of just one of several e-mail conversations I had with one particular site I worked for, concerning the overbilling of customers. Note: the $71.82 I mention below is my half. report1 report2

    Notice how they never addressed the overbilling issue in their response?

    The word “free” is used all over the site and in ads promoting it. To his utter delight, the customer is (rightfully) under the impression the credit card request is strictly for age verification purposes and therefore he needs not worry about charges. Once that card number is given, charges can (and often do) occur though.
    The website terms vaguely make mention of ‘premium areas’ and are loose overall with the wording. Anyone who actually takes the time to read them will discover paragraph after paragraph of legal protection. Despite this, a charge may occur, out of the blue, for a service the member never knew he was being charged for. The customer may even continue to be billed monthly, even yearly for a membership fee to the site if no action is taken to stop this.

    In many cases, it isn’t until the customer officially files a complaint in public forums (such as and that the site responds with anything other than denial. Sometimes, an anonymous person (with a strong, aggressive desire to defend the site) will try to project the blame onto the customer, whose “dick in hand”, as they say, prevented him from thinking clearly or reading the fine print stating he was being charged. The customer had time though, despite “dick in hand”, to find his credit card and enter all the pertinent information it took to sign up. By then, I suppose it is safe to assume anything “in hand” would have shrunk a great deal. So, when he finally gets around to entering the girl’s room, after the credit-card signup process, that excuse of “dick in hand” can really no longer apply. Unless he is on Viagra and has one of those 4-hour long erections. Perhaps he doesn’t want to play ‘read the 5,000 character small print from boring beginning to boring end’. After all, most people assume it’s just legal stuff and skip to the ‘enter’ button, only to be met with a surprise charge on his credit card. He was told everywhere it was free (in BIG BOLD print too)! If he’s pissed off enough, needs to let off steam or believes it might actually help, his next course of action would be to file a complaint online.
    Many did:
    Below is a link to a typical complaint, along with the site’s response. Despite claims that the customer “chose” to access the pay-per-view area, iFriends offered a full refund of his money. Is that what “100% commitment to customer satisfaction” means? They will refund your money even if you’re clearly wrong and they’re right? They would have filed for Chapter 11 or gone bankrupt long ago if they actually had to settle with every customer they ripped off and not just the ones who caught them and went public with it.

    There are a lot of he-said/she-said instances here, so even taking it with a grain of salt, it’s pretty safe to assume a fraction of those 498 complaints against them are legitimate. I can attest to the fact that it was hard, as articulate as I am, to locate the per-min rate. It was hardly distinguishable from that legal text on the Enter page. The word FREE was splattered everywhere yet the per min rate was in small print, nestled in what appeared to be legal mumbo jumbo in the middle of a long paragraph. Conveniently, the type of wording people often skip past. The charge per/min is extremely easy to miss unless you actually enjoy reading legal terms on a sex site when a girl is waiting for you in a much-promoted ‘free’ room just a mouse-click away.

    What guy in his right mind wouldn’t (with free sex on the brain, because that is what was promised) want to rush past all the legal crap right into that room where a naked girl awaits him? So perhaps in a sense, he does have “dick in hand”, but that doesn’t negate the fact that the per/min fees were furtively placed.

    The kicker was that even though the trickery was completely the site’s doing, the girl earning 50% had to absorb all chargebacks and refunds. The site’s deceptive play on words and game of ‘find the per min rate’, despite our many complaints about this in their own forums to them, never gained us any ground and they never changed a thing in that wording. Zero integrity.

    The word ‘volunteer’ comes to mind when thinking back at all the refunds and chargebacks I have had to incur working on that site. The girls are the ones who lose their time. The site loses nothing. Our earnings don’t include an hourly wage, just 50% commission. The work was physically draining at times and difficult in some cases where customers pushed us to our physical limits. We performed all sorts of nasty things only to find a lot of those sessions didn’t clear, charged back or disappeared from our stats altogether. The site still profited. They had a program in place the whole time that recorded every single session ever created on their platform, many which were edited and put up for sale outside the platform. The sites selling those were owned by the owner of iFriends himself along with his two partners, iFriends’ accountant and their lawyer in a company called RMTinfo, (bought under Responsible Media Technologies, LLC). All three are partners in a business that sells sex videos of us all over the internet. And in case you’re wondering, no, the performer never sees a cent from those sales. She is told this is the work of affiliates. Let’s look a little closer at RMT.

    About RMT (Responsible Media Technologies, LLC):
    RMT here on Trademarkia’s site lists three owners – iFriends’ owner (Hadhazy), accountant (Albers) and lawyer (Kayton) together in a partnership. If you’re unfamiliar with these names, then note the address, 7765 Lake Worth Rd #341. That’s iFriends.
    What that partnership represents is anyone’s guess but this should provide a clue …
    Hint: if you view screenshot history, as seen on this page (, you will see on top as the screenshot they chose as representing the site TotallyFreeCams (yet shown as being owned by Webpower, Inc, iFriends here in the official ownership records

    This is the screenshot on the far right of the same page (, shows the dot com and llc are one in the same, not two separate entities. For anyone who might be confused (and rightfully so).


    This is how they bank.

    Let’s scoot back over to RipoffReport’s website to compare the number of complaints against them versus one of their biggest and oldest competitors.

    Those are a lot of complaints, even considering one of those sites was in business 5 years longer than the other. Let’s compare them to one of the internet giants then. Take Microsoft, for example, who have been around a lot longer and are far more hated than iFriends. Even Microsoft, as big as they are, only double iFriends in number of pissed off customers. Again, these complaints can’t all be wrong.

    It wouldn’t be fair to omit the overbilling of the customers though. It is, after all, a huge part of the site’s success. Years worth of the same so-called glitches that were never fixed, leads one to wonder if they were purposely put there. Any sane person would say “Why would they do that? Surely they would lose money.” But would they?

    There are few reasons a site would deliberately create glitches. Here’s some insight into how the billing works, in conjunction with the videochat timer and then a very interesting observation;

    When a member enters the room, he is immediately charged the rate of one minute, regardless of whether he stays the full minute or not. So he’s watching a hot girl on cam when all of a sudden, her video freezes. He either clicks the back browser intending to re-enter the room, thinking it was his connection, or he just refreshes the page. The charge stops at that point and a new charge is created once he re-enters the room. He likely doesn’t realize that a simple refresh creates a brand new charge (extra minute tacked on) even though he did not technically leave the room. It’s the stop and start of video buffering that causes the system to reboot the timer, but an ongoing ‘glitch’ is what created the need to re-try the page in the first place. Convenient. In fact, each time he clicks to refresh the page (and he will if the video freezes a lot), a new charge with that extra minute applies. Why fix glitches? Just tell the customers it’s their internet connection or the girl’s. Too often, no one is the wiser. The time of entry can go back as far as 2 minutes, in fact. Never quite understood that myself but then we’re not given the seconds to look at. Conveniently. Look at this poor guy’s charges. I’m sure this was the result of his internet connection, or perhaps my own. Yeah, that’s it. Spiteful little bastards, aren’t they? Those internet service providers! Oh but I shouldn’t jump to that assumption when it could just as easily have been the pig jumping over the moon interfering with his connection to the site. Maybe it’s Maybelline. What do you think? I have tons more screenshots. This is just a sample.


    So, a few bucks here and there, right? No big deal. It could, in fact, even be legal. I’m not a lawyer. What do I know? Add up all those charges though and at the end of a very eventful day, glitches are certainly not their worst enemy, are they? Remember, these glitches get reported all the time, yet they don’t get fixed. Convenient. Adds up to big numbers. Do the math. This is a site that boasts members in the millions, by the way. Now do the math.

    When a customer kicks up a stink over a charge (or several) they never agreed to, typically the site will negotiate a refund and widdle it down to an amount that satisfies the customer, should he be brave enough to threaten court action. The site eventually agrees to a full refund of everything the customer spent, if they feel the threat is real. Any sort of judicial intervention would likely result in a criminal investigation and that’s a can of worms this particular site must work hard to avoid at all costs.

    For every one John Doe that complains publicly, there are thousands who don’t. Once again, the site banks … and the money is insane.

    In some instances of overbilling, even the girls were blamed. To clear the air on this, the girls do not bill the customer. The one to go after is that name beside the credit card charge. So when a camgirl is blamed for a wrongful charge or overbilling of any sort, know it is not her doing and feel free to dispute the charge with your bank, then take action to replace that card with an entirely new one (see below advice). Unless you trust a company who you know to be liars, with your credit card information.

    Defensive behavior is typical of someone taking advantage of you. It presents itself in their reactions and mannerisms over time. I learned this the hard way. Keep an eye out for those who appear exceptionally talented at shifting the blame onto others, usually in a condescending manner. When alerting them to existing problems seems pointless, you can be certain they are well aware. Initially, they will play dumb and when they realize that isn’t working, they shift to denial mode, pointing the finger at the performers, the customers, the weather, internet connections, the alignment of the moon and stars before checking into it or accepting any responsibility for it possibly being their end. Sounds familiar?

    Some things to keep in mind:

    If you must visit a camming site, or have a favorite girl that you like to support and enjoy time with, only use a debit credit card. This allows you to control the amount that can be billed to you and if left empty afterward, helps to avoid recurring charges that may suddenly appear at a later date. Watch for overbillings. Be diligent when it comes to charges on your card.

    If you’re ever screwed over by a porn site:

    1) If you used a credit card to sign up, and were overcharged on that card (more than once), cancel it immediately. Have your bank issue you a new one with an entirely different number sequence. Same goes for debit credit card users. Remember, you only have 90 days to dispute a charge with your credit card company.

    2) Without divulging any personal information, report it in detail, using an alias on either (or both) of these sites –

    3) File a complaint with the FBI’s IC3 division. The more reports they receive against a particular company, the more they will be forced to take action.

    4) File a complaint with the BBB. They can’t afford to have too many complaints here. They’ll settle quickly, like they did with this guy …


    In part 3, I will be discussing how they bank on the affiliates. You might want to grab some hot buttered popcorn for that one. Stay tuned.

    Comments or questions? Please feel free to contact me publicly or privately on Twitter (@amanda36c) or by e-mail (

    • Artlessly Creative 1:35 pm on October 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Are you seriously complaining about ifriends? You’re lucky they allowed you to come back. I would think being banned from as many sites as you have, you would reevaluate your position in life.


      • amanda36c 7:27 pm on October 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        No, I’m not complaining, I’m exposing your frauds. I’m “lucky” they allowed me to come back? So you can steal from me? Use me to report the many “doozies” of glitches so that you could better hide the thefts? You mentioned “many” sites? I’d say both the sites you’re referring to are one and the same, closely in bed together. Let’s just call a spade a spade. “Reevaluate” my position in life? This isn’t about me. Why turn this on me? This is a classic example of the ‘blame game’ I was referring to so much in the above article. Thanks you for making my point. Perhaps you should reevaluate the way you treat others. You know what you have to do. Look at your comment. Who’s the one that needs help? Come on …


        • Artlessly Creative 10:28 pm on October 12, 2015 Permalink

          Who is the “you”, you are referencing? Certainly you don’t think I’m affiliated with ifriends do you?


        • amanda36c 9:18 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink

          Your ip shows you out of Florida, you are quite defensive of them and the anger I am sensing in your replies tell me you are taking my article very personally. Where from do I draw that obvious conclusion? You are a barrel of laughs. Thanks for entertaining my readers.


      • Sexy Princesses 8:40 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Wow, what a shitty little comment to leave on Amanda’s blog when she’s simply trying to shed light on unethical behavior in the adult industry. Like, who the fuck are you? I’m glad that Amanda is smart, strong and not easily discouraged by such abusive behavior. I personally feel extremely lucky that a camgirl exists who isn’t just passive and acknowledges/EXPOSES that these scumbags exist.


        • amanda36c 9:41 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink

          Thank you, for not being afraid to post your thoughts. There is no way I would give anyone up to the scum in this industry anyway but people often feel the need to hide for fear of losing traffic or being blacklisted in this industry (and rightfully so). These people certainly do feel very adamant about defending iFriends. Hmmm.


        • lol 7:51 pm on January 23, 2016 Permalink

          Too bad you are amanda. still the same since the studio days.


        • amanda36c 11:33 am on January 24, 2016 Permalink

          Wow, you think I made up the name Sexy Princesses, just so that I could post on my own blog? Newsflash – that’s your game, not mine. You’re the one commenting on my articles, not the other way around. This is my blog and I post as Amanda36c here. I stand behind everything I write and everything even remotely questionable is backed up with screenshots and links. You’re the one coming in here with these useless, insignificant insults and accusations, nothing more.

          It’s also interesting how you toss around accusations of me pretending to be someone else when you use a proxy service to hide your ip. You sure do go through a lot of trouble (proxy to change your ip, fake email address to post this, fake name and useless comment) just to post to my blog.

          If this is another of your ridiculous and baseless attempts to discredit me, you really should consider a career change. Pretending to know me from my ‘studio days’? You’ve got to do better than that. I’ve mentioned many times, in the iFriends forums as well as all over the internet, where I got my start, so the fact that I worked in a studio isn’t exactly classified information.

          Listen up idiot … who you are is obvious. Get over the paranoia. It will only make you look as guilty as you are. For the record, Sexy Princesses is not me. You can choose to believe me … or don’t. I really couldn’t care less what you think. I have a life to go live now, so I suggest you do the same.


      • Elliot Ness 12:04 pm on February 7, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Artlessly Creative,

        Strange how you used the word “come back” in your statement, ” You’re lucky they allowed you to come back.” instead of the word go back. The use of the word come back implies that you are with Ifriends where as you should have used “go back” in order to show the opposite. This is how a person who is not connected to Webpower Inc./Ifriends would have said it. In your haste to rush into Amanda’s blog to discredit and insult her, you made a critical error in your word choice and clearly pointed out that you are with Webpower Inc./Ifriends. According to Amanda’s information, your IP actually shows out of Florida, only cements the obvious connection. Why doesn’t Allan E Hadhazy just pay the people he steals from instead of playing the childish PR games?


    • Matty 9:32 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      These pieces of shit ripped me off with their “Free” bullshit. The paid areas on their site are not marked boldly and despite looking very carefully, I couldn’t find the per minute rates for the girls. My CC was getting charged long after I stopped going to their site. I even cancelled my membership in a big star’s fanclub but ifriends charged me for three extra months after the date. I confronted their customer service people about my charges only to be offered a credit to use on their site. They took my money without my permission and then tried to get me to spend the money on their site that I never wanted to in the first place. I told them I was going to the police about their extortion and they agreed to refund me all my money. ifriends had my money for over 6 months before I received it back. I cancelled my CC immediately after receiving the money back. I now refuse to give my CC to any porn site anymore. Why aren’t the police investigating them? How is ifriends even still around? People should just stay away from these sites, they are criminals.

      Thanks for sharing!


    • Elliot Ness 10:17 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Looks like you really struck a nerve Amanda. Ifriends had to send in their attack dog and try to spin doctor your blog article away from the topic of their scam. They seem to be pretty angry for a supposed innocent bystander. Their sole purpose is to focus the attention at the writer and get the readers to question your credibility and sanity. Zero proof to as why you are wrong or anything to debunk what you have shown about ifriends/webpower Inc.. The fraud must be weighing on them all very heavily and you, a past insider, is exposing their crimes. Can’t be very good for their scam/business. It could make the right people finally take the next step in auditing their companies.

      As for RMT, it is how the partners get their monies out of the scam. Isn’t it funny how RMT LLC is opened out of Las Vegas, NV but the websites’ domains all have an address in New Zealand. Don’t worry, Andy Kayton will make sure to change the info so as not to look like what you are saying is correct but he can’t change the Whois history records with ICANN.

      There is another well hidden company offshore that is supposedly owned and operated by someone else but it is Webpower Inc. that is really in control. This is where the IRS should start their criminal investigation.

      Amanda, why don’t you show people some of the screenshots that you showed me? They will leave no doubt that Ifriends are scamming customers, performers and affiliates.


      • amanda36c 10:47 am on October 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        I did strike a nerve, didn’t I? At least I’m not the only one noticing this. No camgirl, affiliate or member has any reason to be so adamant about coming to the defense of a sex site that’s ripped everyone off under the sun. There is only one company interested in defending them. It’s apparent to everyone else, just not to them in the inner circle. As much as I’d like to show those screenshots, I’d rather not. I’ve shown them enough of what they need to hide. I’m not in the mood to do them any more favours. I do have a few that will knock their socks off though. Maybe even yours, Ness. That will go into my next blog, after I expose how they’ve screwed over the affiliates. I don’t want to leave anyone out here. Thanks for your insight. As always, very informative.


    • JB 11:35 am on November 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Here are JB’s comments on

      Hey Artlessly Creative,

      Your statement “Get fucking help before you end up committing suicide.” , makes your comment an insult so don’t pretend otherwise. As for you, supposedly being qualified as an expert because a schizophrenic family member committed suicide, I have an uncle that has run a cattle farm for over 45 years so that makes me a qualified expert to know BULLSHIt when I see it! You are a moron!

      Amanda is way too strong mentally and physically to let scumbags get the best of her. She has already proven you and the others wrong on so many occasions, it has become a real joke! Tell Allan E. Hadhazy et Al and Shawn Boday to stop sending such complete idiots to make ridiculous insults and comments on her blog posts. What’s wrong – they can’t get someone to ban Amanda from her own blog, like they did in the industry forums?


  • amanda36c 10:21 am on September 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    How The Porn Industry Banks (Part 1) 

    This is the first of a three-part series, starting with how the camming division of porn banks on the laziness and vulnerability of their very bread and butter; camgirls.

    An unwillingness to learn the skills necessary to build her own business puts many a camgirl at a disadvantage, forced to rely on the vultures of the industry for traffic and promotion. Furthermore, those with a poor work ethic become even more vulnerable to the so-called promoters whose claim to do it all for the camgirls falls short of paying them their share, as per contractual agreement.

    In their offers to promote the camgirl (or so they’ll have you believe), access to sensitive information such as usernames and passwords to social media accounts is required. Is it so hard for a camgirl to tweet for herself? Why does she need a promoter to do that for her and what does he stand to gain, that makes it worth his time and effort to perform a task that in any other industry, would be the sole responsibility of the salesperson?

    The promoter also often insists on content (voluntary sample videos provided by the camgirl). By some strange and unexplained coincidence, those same videos end up in a junkyard full of others just like them, on sites charging a pay per view rate or a site-wide membership fee. The camgirl sees none of that money. Not a cent. This is where the sites thrive and profit, though they’ll deny any involvement, suggesting that evil affiliates or customers are the culprits. Right. Of course. The sites themselves with the most access to that content would never ….? I’ve actually caught them at it, several times.

    The entire industry is custom designed for the lazy. The sites and promoters have no problem doing it all for the camgirl. Ever wonder from where such generosity emerges? While the camgirl smiles and does her thing, a program running in the background records it all. Someone later edits it, boxes it up into a huge mpeg file and copies it over several times for distribution to likeminded scum in the industry. Again, the camgirl sees no money from this. Where’s her 35 or 50%, as per contractual obligation? First, we must prove who is behind this before any action can be taken against them. Remember, the sites blame affiliates and customers. I suppose these evildoers just happen to know they must hide the company names under privacy protect services. So savvy they are, for people who have real jobs and are only doing this as a sidekick. Little do the camgirls know just how transparent the sites really are. If they took the time to investigate.

    Ownership of any of these sites selling content is completely hidden or listed under the name of someone who doesn’t really exist as a person. It is a slick trick they like to use to throw people off the trail. The greatest challenge is in finding the person, the exact person they list as owning it, if you’re savvy enough to follow all the trails. Names and addresses listed actually exist but will never lead back to them.

    Here’s an interesting find. The camgirl’s agreements and contracts clearly state, in no uncertain terms, that the site or company own all intellectual property which basically means everything the camgirl produces on the site. The camgirl not reading this in its entirety is what they count on and the gamble always pays off. Again, the laziness of others is what they bank on. It’s practically a sure thing.

    As for content, well the scumbags can use it as they please, with what they consider an irrevocable, world-wide license. The wording can be found as such: “irrevocable, world-wide, transferable, non-exclusive license” and “owns all display names and licenses them to you”. One might wonder about the legality of that one, since it is the girl that creates her handle and her face that represents it, under independent contractor status. Regardless, depending on the contract, the money from the sale of content, on or off the platform, is owed to the camgirl under the same commission structure agreed upon in the contract or stated in their terms at the time in question. Short of hiring a detective, the only thing left to do is sue to find out who is truly behind the mask and get the money owed. Have you ever wondered why so many little porn sites appear to be popping up everywhere, no apparent involvement with the big sites? The big sites don’t drive traffic to themselves. Why would they? They know traffic stats show little activity and that’s what they want. They don’t want the girls knowing their shows are sold on the other sites, with plenty of traffic and money going around for both live and recorded videos.

    On the topic of independent contractor status (which is what the camgirl is, by law), here’s some food for thought: Have you ever wondered in what world does an independent contractor enter into an agreement with a company and have to sign away all rights to their own intellectual property?

    What about the fact that commissions can be lowered from 50 to 35 percent if you admit to or are found lending your services to other companies? Wait a minute. Independent contractors are supposed to work for multiple companies at the same time. It’s what they do. Defines the title independent contractor. This is another instance where employee status should apply because independent contractors we are not, in some ways, but in others, we are. Camgirls are paid like contractors yet treated like employees. If you are penalized for working on other sites, then you are not an independent contractor. Here is an excellent example, from a law firm’s website:

    The commissions earned by average camgirls often equate to only a fraction of that of a minimum-wager’s, for the same amount of hours worked. Such chinsy amounts but a great volume of them. If the sites had us as employees, they’ve have to shell out some money to pay the camgirls at least minimum wage.

    What I’d like to know is in their filings with the IRS, how do these porn sites explain that they do business out of the U.S. yet pay the girls from a bank in Cyprus, under a different name than that of the main website or where the girls signed up to? One of the sites I signed up to had in its contract the name of the site, except with an “s” at the end and was paying its independent contractors out of a bank in Cyprus.

    Some of the main sites have branches in countries worldwide. If operating out of the U.S., I suppose worldwide banking might be necessary to pay employees, associates, affiliates and independent contractors but the money is always coming out of little tax havens but why companies all over the world?  That’s convenient.

    The laziness of camgirls has continued to serve the porn industry well. It’s not surprising though. In this ‘do nothing’ world we live in, predators will always have the advantage. In 2010, when I tried to file a class action lawsuit against a particular porn site for fraud, I was met with the fearfulness of some camgirls (of backlash), the indecisiveness of others (any little excuse to bail out after their initial decision to join in) and overall laziness of the majority.

    Laziness. How the camming industry thrives.

    • Elliot Ness 10:32 am on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You hit the nail right on the head with this article.

      Why do you think they used the twitter account of cam girls to attack you and then deleted them once you responded? They needed to discredit anything you put out there as paranoid or crazy.

      Let’s take your buddies at Accretive/ICF Technology as an example of what you are saying. Shawn Boday is pulling every trick in the book with the independent performers in order to maximize his profits and steal any of their extra earnings. He owns not one but at least two studios operating on and its white labels. There is one in Las Vegas, Sincity Studios which is mentioned in your blog and another operating out of Romania which is owned under his company, He uses the independents traffic and favorites lists to push the customers to his studio girls in hopes that the guys will spend where he will make the most money. The independent performers are made to think it is them when it is the website directing the customers. It is not a stretch to also believe that Boday would copy enough of the independent performers chat sessions to a program similar to Camdecoy in order to take 100% profit for himself. Why else are the so-called glitches on not fixed? Easy, they aren’t really glitches but programs put in place for his wallet. The performers are made to believe this through social media accounts with alts used in the industry performer forums. You are right, brainwashing 101 which Boday surely learned from the best, Allan Hadhazy at Ifriends. Webower Inc. used many different companies like Abrava Corporation and Responsible Media Technology, as well as others smaller ones that I won’t mention so Andy Kayton can change them, in order to sell the Fanclubs memberships and content without showing up on the Chathosts members lists. Imagine the theft from Chathosts with bigger Fanclubs? The performers still aren’t aware of the thefts and hidden members in their fanclubs. I bet Hadhazy, Kayton and Albers as well as yourself, didn’t have a clue I knew anything about Webpower Inc.’s game of skimming from the Fanclubs. Ifriends and their transparent billing and earnings my ass. What you don’t see, is what really being stolen from you. I know where Webpower Inc.’s has hidden the domains and names for the Fanclubs where the members don’t show up on the performers’ earnings sheets but if I mention them on here their lawyer Mister Kayton and Webpower will do what they always do when caught, just change it so it doesn’t show in the Whois present day record, right Hadhazy? Remember how Falco’s name was taken off within hours of your blog during the ICM Registry and DotXXX lies? Hadlazy used alts on his customers and chathost boards for years as well as with his new buddies at ICM Registry.

      Boday has learned a lot from Hadhazy and Webpower Inc. about packaging up content for sale through other businesses and websites. Boday is arrogant enough not to hide the companies, like Hadhazy. Webpower Inc. likes to hide under other partnerships so they can claim it is not them but a White label or affiliate. Here are three of the companies that are selling the performers content on domains (websites) they own for those purposes: , . They are on Accretive Technology Group servers (Boday’s). The last company, is new and operates dating websites as well but its domains are not hosted on Flying Croc or Accretive servers. Don’t take my word for it. Do a Google search for “domains owned by..” (add the name) and see for yourself. Is this in order to hide from google or is it in order to hide the content from performers who actually search? Is it in order to avoid a possible class action lawsuit by independent performers for stolen earnings? If you don’t know that Shawn Boday owns SRD-LLC then you would think it is someone else. I don’t know why any independent would work on either Streamate or Ifriends. But then again with the partnership deals between Modelcentro (Manwin/Mindgeek), Streamate, ICM Registry to host dotXXX websites for the performer (I wonder where the content from those websites will end up), Skyprivate among others in the industry, like Stripperweb Moderator Loveshooks’ website who stole the idea off camgirlclubs from you, (tweeked it a little to look slightly different), off that forum website thread of yours when she and their alts attacked your idea and then you in order to shut it down so the independents would not try to join you. She never even thought about the idea, just bullshit to spin those who are pulling the strings behind her, like I don’t know it is. She even pushed your post off the camming connection thread but left hers on there. Talk about controlling the mindset of performers and a so-called public forum website. It is highly likely she has a content deal with Manwin’s modelcentro for the performers on her website’s Skype shows.

      All these scumbags games are slowly shooting themselves in the foot as the independent cam performers are more difficult to find and keep working when their earnings continue to decline. I guess there is just more profit in 100% theft than sharing it with the people who make it for the website owners.

      I can’t wait to read your part 2 of this look at the Adult Industry!


    • Russell Tell All Weekly Series 12:50 pm on September 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      That’s why Donald Trump is a successful businessman. Donald Trump reads every contract inside and out before he does a business deal. That’s why when I do a business deal, I privately tape the conversation that way I can catch them in lies. I also look at the fine print compared to what they tell me during the business deal. I also deal with a lot “I don’t remember saying that” excuses.


  • 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 …



























  • 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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