I’d expect this to be the most common scenario that matches what you’re talking about.
The service isn’t free forever, they’re just providing you with a free trial.
There are real ones and there scams that is why i am on CNET to help me find which are the real ones versus the ones that are scamscheck out epic.org, myinternetdoorman, idology those are real sites for sure but are used for companies and businesswhat about safestsurfer?
orcraigslistsafe CNET published an article; Credit cards are not valid for age verification but in reality the US government thought they were since banks don't give credit cards to fake people a short comment by cnet or valid members on how to tell a real age verification site versus a scamto be honest craigslistsafe = seems real?
Don't get suckered by others adult dating sites that claim to be free and only to get you to sign up then switch the game on you once you become a member. We've said it before and we don't mind saying it again... We have been in the casual dating scene for over a decade, providing adult dating to over 120 countries.
I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down.
If you think the offer might be legit, read all of the information on the screen carefully.
Make sure you understand what it’s telling you before you provide any information.
Having a credit card associated with an account means that any new accounts with the same credit card number can be disallowed because it’s the same person.
That prevents people from creating multiple accounts to do things like game a system, gain unfair access, or apply unfair weight in whatever that system is doing.