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donaldstill1973 47M
8 posts
9/19/2020 12:23 am
To upgrade, or not to upgrade, that is the question.

In Washington state, there are 419,148 guys on Adult Finder, and 25,032 women. After cruising some profiles, I suspect that of the 25,032 female profiles a substantial are either fake (fembots) or, real people who are grossly misleading in the appearance department.

So the question: Should I: 1) Pay the big bucks and upgrade from being a "free" member, or 2) Do not waste the money and move on.
Pay the big bucks and upgrade. It is so worth it.
Move on! Waste of time and money.


BiggLala 48F  
29059 posts
9/19/2020 5:51 pm

Every time someone posts this question, I answer with the same thing...the decision is YOURS. You'll get many responses saying it's not worth it, and responses saying it is worth it. Only YOU can determine if paying for a memberships is worth it to YOU. This is no different than considering buying a product in any marketplace or from a private seller, is the price worth it to you.

That said, paying for a membership ONLY means you have unlimited ability to navigate the site's features, like viewing profiles and sending messages. That's it. A membership does NOT guarantee you will meet anyone, EVER. Therefore, IF YOU decide to purchase a membership, it's best to have reasonable expectations and an understanding of what you actually paid for. Of course, that is only the beginning.

Good luck on what you decide.
(To answer your question, I found it worth the money. I paid because I wanted the ability to view any profile I wanted, and contact anyone I wanted. Yours and other's mileage may vary.)

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papis_baby_girl 41F
5385 posts
9/20/2020 5:27 pm

well you'll be miserable and bitch and moan when you pay and don't score pussy so it's better to not pay and not score pussy.

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donaldstill1973 replies on 9/20/2020 11:08 pm:
Thanks!

That was too funny. I am still laughing so hard I can barely type.

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