Basics for any good paid porn site

Basics to look for to know that a paid porn site is a good one

A. A Real Address

Check that the site you want to get a membership from provides an address. Most sites that are just a quick cash grab will have an array of payment options, but they won’t give you an address. Always check that the business (porn or otherwise) that you are sending cash to a place that is actually established and won’t disappear overnight.

The next point is a bit tedious, but it is very important, and you should consider doing this even if it means spending some minutes, or even hours reading.

B. The Dreaded Terms and Conditions

Read the terms and conditions. I now that it is a pain and nobody really feels like doing it, but here is the thing, in order to avoid any kind of misunderstanding between you and the company providing the service, they have to disclose every aspect of the experience they provide in their terms and conditions, These sections are so thoroughly written and legally important for a company, that even if a site is a scam, their Terms and Conditions section will have sections explaining its shady practices. After you sign up, you may find a nasty surprise, but when you hit the proverbial “I have read and accept the Terms and Conditions” what you are basically agreeing to whatever it says in there, and you are even putting your money where your mouth is, so if the shady site gets a complaint from you and said complaint is covered by their terms and conditions, then they have all the proof they need to tell you to suck it up because you did sign an agreement that explained what you were getting into.

As an example of this: Some sites that offer the possibility of finding a date online feature a lot of fake profiles, and if you subscribe to the site and find this out on your own, you will absolutely feel cheated, but here is the kicker: some sites actually incorporate a section that says that, in order to promote their site, some profiles you may find inside are computer-generated and do not actually belong to a real user. These sites may be a few, or they may be numerous, so the discretion of the customer is advised.

Since they are outright telling you that in the interest of protecting themselves, in a document that is available to you even without a membership, then they have all the protection they could want if you don’t like what’s inside.

Those sections may be boring, but they are actually worth a thorough look from you. What is more important to you, making a decision based on your own security so you can have all the bases covered, or being quick about a purchase?

That document details the whole experience you can expect, and the site will abide by it to avoid negative issues, so also look for the terms and conditions that protect you or give you certain guarantees when you use their service.

The thing about These Terms of service is that, even if you can lie to them and tell them you read them, they cannot lie to you about what’s in them, so pay attention to that stuff because it is your best ally.

Do this step even before considering a trial membership, as some sites automatically upgrade them, and you may be looking at a fee that you probably were not expecting if you registered for one before being thorough in this aspect.

C. Copyrighted Content

Make sure the site you are looking at copyrighter content and that the site providing it is the holder of any claims, that way you’ll be sure that you are paying the source, which will want your business as a client and not an intermediary just hoping to benefit from other people’s work.

D. Don’t give any money without knowing what you are paying for

Don’t agree to send any amount of money without first being sure that you will get something in return, and especially before you have completed letter B of this list.

E. Test out the customer service

Most sites have them, but not all of them work as you’d expect, and when you are a paying customer, you expect the best treatment available, so don’t be afraid to contact them and ask them a few questions directly. This requires some skill to read between the lines, as a call from a new customer may be taken with more disposition, but if the service does not even satisfy you when you are not yet a paying customer, then odds are it won’t improve once you are.

F. Trusted Billing Methods

Since this is the important area and it will cover the major part of your interactions with the site, the billing service you choose must be one you trust, and the site must offer many options that must also be studied. Check for those that benefit you, as if the site already offers them, then it already knows it benefits the business. Check billing policies, payment security, possible refunds and everything else as profoundly as you did the Terms of service.

If a site has a payment process that is too simple and requires direct payment or a wired transfer, make sure you know where your money is going before you accept.

G. Check what other customers are saying.

The internet is a powerful tool, and inside it people cannot resist to speak their minds, so before you register at any pay site, check out what other users are saying about their experience. Take all of these with a grain of salt, though, but do consider their words and assess them yourself.

It may seem a long process with a lot of things to pay attention to, but if you do all these correctly and consider other precautions, even if it takes some time before you get your membership, it can make for a better and more informed experience for you, after all, it is always better to be safe than sorry. So be safe, and don’t let the little head make the big decisions.