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I'll come to your place. And all over you. Hurry baby, I need it. This is probably always a scammer. Email troller, basically or will ultimately send you a link to click on, to generate a profile so they can feel "safe" about you?
How ironic, the scam is making you reveal yourself, so they can be safe, when really they are out to rob you of your most vital information. How unsafe does that make you feel? A phone number is increasingly useful in recreating a person's identity. Ok, im looking for a man. U need to have a place to host. Im very beautiful and fun and sexy. Im safe and not looking for unsafe stuff.
Plz dont text and ask for my pic. No sreenshots, no bs, im real. Im discreet and no trouble. Let try this guys. These people are plying a trade and I guess these posts are from a mixed bag of people who are just what they say they are. You can normally spot these by their length and some level of detail about themselves and combined with specifics about what they are looking for. This is helpful when they use different come-ons to attract response. Either of which are probably not what any guy is looking to engage with.
This is part and parcel of the scams here, the photos can be used to regenerate your identity or simply the person is collecting photos because that's their hobby. Again, engaging with them is not going to produce a positive result. Engaging with these people seems very counter productive at best and dangerous at the worse.
Nice to look at, but overwhelmingly not actual photos of a woman you are going to engage with. My advice to guys on this site is to guard your identity with every click. Every time you send a photo of yourself or your phone number or your real email address, think about this: Would you want that phone number used as tool to recreate your identity? Do you want some hacker busting in to your email account?
Seems to me we need the "real" women here to implement a special code to use in their ads, something that we can simply use in search to help. We can make this a safer environment, if we all work together! I have used it in the past and will just not send phone info I am busy, give me yours and I will call you in a few or photo I have decoy pics and will not send it to the CL address, onlly to a real address.
I've messed with men posting an ad as well, to see what's out there in terms of competition. I was 'impressed' at how little info men want to give, bad pics, short emails, they want to call you, they can not 'hosts' huh? So yes, men are protecting themselves but in a slightly different way than what you and I would consider. CL is bottom feeding of dating, but it works well for specific fetishes.
I have standard email replies written up so i can communicate the first 3 emails without much effort and time. CL does work, you need to be careful and invest some upfront time. But those aren't the only types of people, of course. And not to be one of those nervous types or anything, but there's more to read-between-the-lines for than whether someone is actually a sex worker or "masseuse" even if those are what you're looking for. Most seriously, there are murderers. Last year, Julissa Brisman was killed in a Boston hotel room after placing an ad, and George Weber was killed in his Brooklyn home after answering an ad.
And as Russell's book shows, there are plenty of other less serious types to be aware of too. His book is based on the ads he placed. Joke ads, that is. He started posting fake ads for fun dryer lint for sale, etc.
The book contains the 29 best ads chosen based on a variety of criteria along with the long response exchanges that followed each. Though few are as good as the comments after a Savage Love column, they're pretty revealing about the possibilities that are out there.
As the exchanges show, there are antisocial people who choose this medium rather than one where they can interact more meaningfully with other people. People wanting interactions where the normal rules governing human interaction -- i.
Friends who are single tell me they post on Craigslist when they're willing to wade through the weirdos to find someone to have casual sex with. People I've met -- not friends -- who want a perfect partner bot to match their perfect lifestyle post on sites like Beautiful People.
As one single, dating friend told me in an email, "It's a sliding scale from Craigslist to real life encounters Really, at the heart of this is the idea that the Internet is the playground of the id, in Freudian terms, because it allows you to act anonymously. Whereas real life is moderated by the super ego, which forces you to act in ways that are good for the cohesive whole i.
The responses to the fake ads which seem real show a vast range of people with or without kinks genuinely seeking specific encounters. But they also reveal a range of people your mother warned you about, and more than enough reasons to make sure people know where you're going before you meet one of them for sex. But Russell's book reveals one other type of Craigslist character to be aware of: When subscribing to a newsletter edition you'll also get early notice on Tyee events, news, promotions, partner messages and special initiatives.
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