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  1. #3338
    Quote Originally Posted by Hapcj7  [View Original Post]
    For those of you who are following / followed my Sa rant, well I have more. As per suggested (appreciate all the input), I set up a proton email account. Also, I used a Proton VPN, for safe and secure surfing on Sa. I then set up a new Sa account using the proton email,All was fine and working well as being just a standard member. After sometime, Sa sent me a discount coupon, actually a few of them. One day I decided to go for it. I entered my vanilla card info, then bamm, Sa asked me to sign in again. I knew I was done, could not sign in. The same story again, account is suspended. Not sure what or how they are tracking, but WTF.
    How and what are you using to log in?

    Desktop, tablet, or phone?

    Wi-fi private or public, cell, cable?

  2. #3337

    More Sa BS

    For those of you who are following / followed my Sa rant, well I have more. As per suggested (appreciate all the input), I set up a proton email account. Also, I used a Proton VPN, for safe and secure surfing on Sa. I then set up a new Sa account using the proton email,All was fine and working well as being just a standard member. After sometime, Sa sent me a discount coupon, actually a few of them. One day I decided to go for it. I entered my vanilla card info, then bamm, Sa asked me to sign in again. I knew I was done, could not sign in. The same story again, account is suspended. Not sure what or how they are tracking, but WTF.

  3. #3336

    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by ConnecticutGuy  [View Original Post]
    Give her $9.38. Tell her you thought she meant yen.
    Tell her okay 1000 satoshi's.

  4. #3335
    Quote Originally Posted by ILoveThatPoo  [View Original Post]
    If it's ok to bring along a few friends. We can all pitch in! LOL GPS! Poo.
    Give her $9.38. Tell her you thought she meant yen.

  5. #3334
    Quote Originally Posted by ILoveThatPoo  [View Original Post]
    If it's ok to bring along a few friends. We can all pitch in! LOL GPS! Poo.
    Hahaha! GPS!

  6. #3333

    Ask Her

    Quote Originally Posted by Chudakkad  [View Original Post]
    If it's ok to bring along a few friends. We can all pitch in! LOL GPS! Poo.

  7. #3332

    Asian


  8. #3331
    Was supposed to meet her this weekend but she changed her plans, anyone else has seen her?

    https://www.seeking.com/member/e964f...6-0b6cc8e9b5ce

  9. 02-27-21 15:01


  10. #3330

    Seeking Arrangements

    It's nice to see some discussion about the ladies on here again rather than days of compute talk.

    Blue.

  11. #3329
    Quote Originally Posted by Chudakkad  [View Original Post]
    I usually follow rules and do not do any online thing, but was in a different mood tonight so agreed for videos for a small amount, I know the risks and was prepared to lose the small amount of money and I got stiffed as expected.

    https://www.seeking.com/messages/inb...6-a21becdcfc39
    https://www.seeking.com/member/52ae8...c-33b9a927ef31

    Her profile has the name of Abby. 21 yrs old, been there more than a year. Using COVID as an excuse to NOT meet. Studies marketing and equine studies? All red flags.

    These types count on guys willing to lose a little bit of money and not mind. They are not real. Likely guys who are bottom dwellers and barrel scrappers. There are too many already on SA and WYP.

  12. #3328

    Sa link

    Quote Originally Posted by Chudakkad  [View Original Post]
    My apologies, BTW I blocked her so can't find her profile, her I'd, screenname is phoenix1510.
    https://www.seeking.com/member/52ae8...c-33b9a927ef31

    Blue.

  13. #3327
    Quote Originally Posted by BuckCock  [View Original Post]
    You linked to a message in your inbox not a profile.
    My apologies, BTW I blocked her so can't find her profile, her I'd, screenname is phoenix1510.

  14. #3326
    Quote Originally Posted by Chudakkad  [View Original Post]
    I usually follow rules and do not do any online thing, but was in a different mood tonight so agreed for videos for a small amount, I know the risks and was prepared to lose the small amount of money and I got stiffed as expected.

    https://www.seeking.com/messages/inb...6-a21becdcfc39
    You linked to a message in your inbox not a profile.

  15. #3325
    Quote Originally Posted by DozerDude  [View Original Post]
    I didn't get banned, they just didn't accept my card.

    I tried again this morning and it worked.

    I suppose the card was too new? I bought it 20 minutes prior to using it, maybe it didn't fully activate?

    Oh well, time to read some messages from some hotties!
    That has happened to me a couple times. Now when I buy a card I usually try it the next day and it works.

  16. #3324
    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen007  [View Original Post]
    Let me provide a little insight dor what its worth.

    Every device that hits the internet ends up with an IP address that can be tracked. What people currently think of for IP adresses are things like 23.124. 12.122, which is IPv4.

    IP v6 is running around out there as well, you will primarily see that on your newer phones, thet look like 2001:0 db8:85 a3:0000:0000:8 a2 e:0370:7334.

    There are some differences in how they work but that's more technical than you probably want to get into.

    Both can be used to track you so, for your purposes they are both the same.

    You can always check what address your decice is showing to the world by browsing to whatismyip.com.

    This is invaluable information. I thank you very much
    It will display it.

    You pick up your publicly visible IP adress from whatever device you are accessing the internet through. So, direct off your phone, it uses whatever the phone has, through your internet at home. Your homes IP address, wifi at chillis, you get theirs. Etc.

    Personal internet almost never has a statically assigned public IP adress. Which means that if you turn off your equipment, and leave it off briefly, you will very likely get a new IP address from your provider.

    They will also occasionally cycle due to the internet provider doung stuff.

    Ever wonder why a site might suddeny not know who you are? Or if you clicked remember this device, it suddenly doesn't remember you? This is one of the reasons that happens.

    Businesses will typucally have statically assigned addresses from the provider. So they never change. This allows them to get things from the web routed to them, and for other things on the internet to recognize them by their IP always.

    Swapping IP addresses is not enough to hide you for any real purpose. To stop SA from 'banning' you, yes. To hide from big brother, no.

    This is why if you got kicked and then tried to sign back up and got told, your banned! And your penis is small! (maybe that last part was just me), but then were able to sign up later, that is not surprising.

    They likely kicked your current IP address into a ban list. Then you tried to sign up, but had the same IP still, so it said go screw. But then when you waited, and your IP address changed, for whatever reason (used someones Wireless, moved to a different cell tower, or just waited a few weeks), it let you in with no issues.

    They can and do track your email, so obviously you would need to use a new email as well.

    But that's easy with an anon email service. Lokk one up there are plenty.

    You can also easily cycle IP addesses by using a VPN, there are a couple good free ones, and some really good paid ones.

    But at the end of the day any and every system on the internet can track you. The question is how detailed they get. The more detailed the harder it is to hide. So you have to ask how much time and effort its worth.

    At the least, you shiuld get an anon email, and a free VPN. Then you can at least detach your identidy from the email and your general low end tracking bullshit like just registering your provixer IP address.

    Make sure your VPN does not keep any logs. L, and make sure it has lots of exit points, which is where it says your IP is from.

    Also be aware that VPN providers often get their IPs banned because people like you are using them to do things like this. So you may end up cycling through exit points a fair amount.

    The rabbit hole goes deep when you get into IP security, but some basics will at least give you some cover, and alleviate issues like that.

    Al ot of the same goes for credit cards. The gift cards work best if you 'register' it. Ie go into the cards site and give it a legitimate address that it can lookup on an address verification. Maybe don't use your own. Just saying.

    When they bill you the can then submit an actual address that the CC company can verify that matches your cards info. Makes it a little less tempramental.

    When in doubt look up your options to protect your privacy while online, there is shit tons of stuff out there, some of which gets pretty nutty. I have lost many hours doing exactly that.

    I could go on, but this post is long and convoluted enough already.
    Thank you very much. This is invaluable information. This is alot to absorb).

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