The problem is that the other half doesn’t and I just keep getting their emails. I’ve tried unsubscribing many times but they keep coming back.I’m using Thunderbird as my email client, which really doesn’t have any effective spam Spam is tricky.However, I have contacted him numerous times and asked that he stop using the incorrect email address.I have had my address for over 7 years, and his (by his own admission in one of the emails that was sent to me) is less than six months old.But is this because its so easy to sign up - with no profile needed other than answering a few questions - or is it because most of its users are fake?
Have An Affair." Not unexpectedly then, there are a large number of people using the site (5.2 million according to their index page as of January 2010).This is one of the reasons that most reputable email newsletters and other services have what is called a double or confirmed opt-in.What that means is that it’s not enough to simply provide an email address to sign up.As well, people showed up in my search results that were well outside my 'within 20-mile The layout and feel is different than any dating site I've encountered, and it lends itself to chatting as well as looking at other profiles at the same time. I was able to speak with a few members, however, to ask them if they were legit, and of the few I spoke with, all were real people who were genuinely looking for a hookup or something casual and low-key.All members have the option of posting photos, but for obvious reasons most pages you'll encounter will have a badge in place of a photo that says, "please respect my discretionary requirements". One gentleman told me that he'd had great luck using the system to find partners while two others told me they hadn't heard a word from anyone other than me.