Bottom line, if you say yes to the pop-up, you are likely to be spammed by the owners of Craig-personals any time you browse the internet.The faking mechanisms are obvious, you can read them below.It is a perfectly legitimate technology and legitimate company that runs the service. Pushcrew states that they create unique subscriber ID for the user, and that there is a cookie placed on the browser.Like anything else of this nature, your overall experience comes down to the character of the operator, and trust. My guess is that when you opt-in that they are recording your Internet Protocol (IP) Address.
Next, you are presented a page that requests your credit card.In the case of Intimate Encounters, Frind said, "There are 3.3 million people who use the site every day, of those there are only 6,041 single women looking for Intimate Encounters.Of those 6,041 women, the ones with hot pictures are mostly men pretending to be women.It starts with an email response to a post/ad/profile.The immediate giveaway that you have a scam is that when your ‘date’ replies to you, they cannot answer a simple question, like what color is your dress? When I find these I like to have a little fun, since I know it is a bot, and this serves as a means to confirm the suspicion.