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We were billed to our phone number in excess of $ for usage of this service. Our teen son called this and believed that he was talking to other teens his age in a nearby town. Of course he did not understand these females were actors and playing a role. So he called several times, each time them pretending to be another teenager.
This took several sitdowns with the child to make him realize that these were grown woman tricking him to spend hundreds of his parents dollars. First it is shown on a channel that is geared for teens. Shows a local toll free number they can call. Looks so fun. If I was bored teen again I might have called it.
This so far has been resolved with local phone company and credited back off of my acct. Minus 50 bucks. This took six months of fighting with the phone company and messed our long service while the dispute has been going on.
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AUTHOR: unemployed1 – (United States of America)
I have not used livelinks in several years, but I did for a long time and found it completely legitimate. Being a man, it was rather expensive – I remember the best rate being $150 for 800 minutes. Women can talk for free- it just the nature of biological and societal differences and though it seems unfair to men it is just the nature of this culture that women don’t need to pay to get attention from men anywhere.
I decided to write this in response to the complaint that claims the women are actors. I used the service for many years and they are not actresses hired to keep men on the line. Sometimes there is no one on the line at, say, 4AM. Although several areas are blended on the line, the local calls are clearly in a seperate category, and I have met up with many women who were local within an hour of talking to them.
I enjoyed the aspect of being able to message back and forth with several women at once. It’s also a great way to work on your flirting skills in a safe anonymous environment and get real responses, and if you are feeling adventurous it can lead to some casual sex or more if you want. All the best experinces I had were when we kept it to phone play and did not meet and shatter the picture of the amazingly sexy person i was imagining.
I promise I am not affiliated with live links at all and I stoped using it because it was too expensive, no other reason.