For those seeking affair dating sites, the latest Ashley Madison hack has taught us to be very careful with our data. Would you ever want your personal information out there? I mean, there’s a reason you’re trying to be discreet in the first place!
Forget about those who are looking to judge you for being on a site like this. There are several reasons why affair sites exist. What’s more important is understanding what not to do on these affair dating sites.
Here are our top 3 pitfalls to avoid on affair dating sites:
1. User Data – when it comes to your user data, don’t give away public information that could identify you. Email address, use a generic account. Phone number, use a separate number that gets forwarded to you. Address, don’t use your home address. Credit cards, use Paypal, Bitcoin, or a prepaid debit card
2. Be Up Front – when engaging with members, tell them up front what your situation is and what you’re looking for. When dealing with members that need to be discreet, the last thing either wants is to be surprised. That emotion can turn into anger, then into revenge. The havoc raised by something like this is extreme. It’s like Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. Why bang the nanny and have her thing you’re a “thing”, when you can have a discreet relationship with someone that truly gets your situation.
3. No Such Thing as Free – Do you really think an affair dating site will be free? Not only that, do you really expect to find an affair with the first person you chat with? Sites like Ashley Madison are popular and highly profitable. Get a TON of credits. It’s a numbers game, communicate with as many women as possible. You will eventually find that affair you’re looking for.