I found this website and I thought to share my opinion regarding AshleyMadison since there seems to be a lot of mixed reviews. I signed up on the website about 6 months ago and I started buying the 100 credits package. I almost used up all my credits to respond to message I had received before I bought credits and I had a few credits left to initiate new contacts with females I was Interested that were close to my area. After that I purchased 3 times the 200 credits package that allowed me to contact a few more females that had interesting profiles. Here is the truth about AshleyMadison, I am pretty sure there are bogus profiles or profiles that are not longer being used to you could fall into wasting credits on non-active members, but putting enough effort into it can definitely get you some results.
I met with about 6 females just for coffee nothing major or crazy, a simple meetup coffee just to see if we had anything in common and if the other person was interested. Out of the 6 females I contacted I had 2 AMAZING affairs. Now one of the 2 Affairs turned out to be just a one night stand but the other hookup instead turned out to be a great friendship and a more stable sort of affair. Now I am not here to tell you that it is easy to have an affair, but that if you are willing to put in enough effort you can easily meet some amazing married women that are on the website looking for an affair as much as you do. I cannot say that AshleyMadison is a scam, it is expensive yes, but I did really have a lot of fun thanks to it, and as I speak I am still having an affair with a wonderful woman I met on the website.
Ashley Madison and Cougar Life are apparently run by the same company, Avid
Life Media. Cougar Life targets older women seeking younger men. Many female readers have noted that their Ashley Madison account received an invitation to Cougar Life which, if accepted, will auto create an account on Cougar Life using their information and photos from Ashley Madison.
Editor Note: We have gotten emails from women on Ashley Madison saying they were invited to join Cougar Life. If they accept, their profiles automatically get copied to cougarlife (pictures and all). I think this pretty much addresses the whole “same profile” argument. Looks like Cougar Life is legit. Bring on the cougars!
I have to admit, it seemed too good to be true. A 19 old girl, weighing 105 who checked off every desire, from bondage to threesome. But hell, I wrote her a very witty note. No reply. Okay, I tried another, nothing. I uploaded a pix showing my six pack (not the kind from a liquor store). Zilch. Then I noticed I had used up my “credits”. Then I get an email, saying I have a secret admirer. So I buy a bunch more credits, reply and she is off line, all in three minutes! I've gotten “virtual drinks” whatever those are (little pictures of martinis) presumably so I will send gifts back (which cost, by the way). Those gifts were sent by 4 different women, at the same time, from different parts of the US and none had their pictures posted. Oh, and I couldn't reply to any of them, cause they were blocked. Does that make any sense to you? That different women would contact me, only to block themselves from my return contact.
At least the people who work for AM are so stupid (probably outsourced to Bangladesh) that I caught on. DId you ever read the fine print to the contract? I finally did. It actually admits they will send fake profiles to me from time to time, as promotions!!!!!
She asked me to send her an email with some pictures which I still don't understand, as the email had a different name than she had told me on the chat. Not sure what she wanted me to send pics for but thank God I didn't send anything more than G rated.
Then I checked back today and her profile has been banned by Ashley Madison. Apparently she was trying to run a scam through the site.