Some people might go so far as to call that fraudulent.
Now we tested 80 sites across the internet with a 6 man team and found that the majority of them barely offered the service that they advertised.
They claim that their supplements and other products have the healthiest, completely natural ingredients with no artificial additives and preservatives.
Also, they are stronger and produce no side effects like the mainstream products filled with toxic ingredients do.
You may also enjoy the pleasant mild natural scent of the orange peel oil, jojoba leaf oil and a few other completely natural scents.
At Bio Trust, they say that behind everything they produce stands a scientific team and each product is sent to a third-party testing facility for additional analyses.
No artificial preservatives in the form of parabens as well as additives in the form of phthalates and sulfates are included in any part of the production process.
It’s not uncommon for newer sites to recruit users based on somewhat deceptive practices of using fake profiles to encourage naive young men to pay for membership based on the hope of being able to flirt with and date some of women on the site.
But when a site goes so far as pay employees to interact with the users in order to make them think there’s a woman on the other side who’s actually interested in them, they we have a very serious problem with that.
Hookup sites in general have basically been spoofed by unethical businesses who hide behind loopholes in the law, that allow them to bury clauses in their terms of service to get away with things like this.
What unethical sites will do is use something called “White Labeling” which means basically they can sell their service as one thing when it is really something else entirely.