Ashley Madison Review - About those "fake" messages, winks, and so on

Ashley Madison - About those "fake" messages, winks, and


There are some reviews that state there are "fake users" or women sending winks, collect messages, chat and so on. The answer is to go into "Manage Profile" and UN-Check the box that says "Market Research." If this box is checked, then you're asking for it. See the section below, that is straight out of the AM Terms of Use Agreement:

"From time to time the Service may include, offer, initiate or send winks, virtual gifts, collect messages, instant chat and/or replies from individuals or programs ("Market Research") for market research and/or customer experience and/or quality control and/or compliance purposes. Market Research information is used to provide analysis, feedback, trends, patterns, social commentary and information in the aggregate and aides in the process of monitoring our system for compliance with our operating standards. Market Research will NOT be conspicuously identified as such. Any interaction or communication with Market Research is independent of, and separate from, our general database of Member's seeking personal or physical or other kinds of encounters or introductions. If you do not wish to continue to receive Market Research, to which the receipt of such messages you hereby consent, go to "Manage Profile" and click on "Profile Options", in "Profile Options" select "Check this box if you do not wish to by contacted by Market Research." Then click on "UPDATE."


Date: February 9, 2014 - 23:19

By: Doug

So let me get this straight. You want to find a man who will cheat on his wife and help you cheat on your husband, but you want to make sure he will be faithful to you? This is why this sight is a headache, and not worth the money.

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