Make sure the hot girl messaging you isn't doing research of her own:
I was considering joining after being a guest member for a couple of weeks and a collect email came. I decided to check their Terms and Conditions and they basically admit to everything charged on your page. I was suspicious that a hot girl would have her picture on her profile, and it turned out she was a scorned wife trying to catch her husband doing the deed. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is!
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.
I did a lot of scouting to see which profiles I was interested in. I selected five beautiful women whose profile interested me. I sent emails and requested key exchanges. I did this on a Thursday. I marked all of the profiles as “favourites.”
I'm so glad I ran across your blog. The fog has been lifted. I joined Ashley Madison as a non-paying member, no picture and no profile other than my age, height, location and weight. I promptly received three invites to connect from very hot women. Wow! This is easy; I was sold. I promptly plunked down $50 and responded and only got one response. I was suspicious.
I have since modified my profile and indicated that I was seeking a meaningful relationship and only open to the idea of intimacy if we connected mentally.
Now I'm going to have some fun. I'm going to update my profile and keep these women guessing. See where I get the best response–if any.