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    Somebody posted the link today, so I tried it.

    They claim that no unquestionalable websites would be displayed. Well, I put the code on my client's family related website, and guess what?

    One of the pop-unders that came up was a website promoting the sale of Ukrainian brides.

    I won't use them again.

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    I had used exit city, same problem
    There was always an annoying russian site promoting dating services and russian brides. There one only site pop up policy was also pathetic . Multile pop ups occurred if the site being popped up generated them.
    I no longer bother with any exit exchange programs

    WW

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    It's a deal-deal - buy the bride wholesale in Russia and resell her to clueless computer geeks.

    Oh wait - these are live babes, not blow up dolls. Won't work.

    But so what...what's wrong with getting a mail order bride who has a MD or PHD in some serious subject worth big bucks on the job market here....order three educated ones and you can play golf everyday, fool around on the 'puter and afford to hire a maid who used to work for a high flying dot.bomb.

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    >order three educated ones

    ...and get a discount :eek:

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    LOL @ FRED

    Sounds like you have been there, done that HA HA

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    LOL Fred. I bet you already have a program going. What would you call it? BridesgoMLM. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] :cool: [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    He could hit the big time in Utah.

    Marry 5 people, get each of them to marry 5 people, and so on. Of couse, Fred will be the official justice of the peace for the program.

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    Actually Brides Go MLM is not where the money is. It's Divorce Lawyers Go MLM.

    You give the brides away for FREE. Each geek in the USA gets 3.

    Its Paradise in geekdom for 30 days until the women find out that geeks perfer computer porn to hot naked babes in real time.

    They brides all want a divorce and permanent residence status - I sell the leads to the lawyers. Since they have so much biz they can't handle it all we have lawyers joining in droves and I make a ton on the referral fee...

    LOL

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    ROTFLMAO [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Should have known you would "trump" me on that one, Fred.

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    LOL ..now if only Vegas Fred would release some of those 3 million kidnapped teen girls from the Balkins and other 3rd world countries sold into sexual salvery we'd have some inventory. Of couse MLM doesn't require inventory and lawyers can recycle the gals through a second marriage and then onto careers in the Vegas prostitute ranches. Damn this is putting a new meaning on exit/exchanges

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    THE TAMPA-BASED Web site, Bigdoggie.net, carried advertisements from prostitutes in the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany and South Africa that enabled then to arrange dates with customers, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
    About 50,000 people worldwide paid $129.95 per year to join the Web site, which gave them access to the list of “escorts,” some of whom offered discounts for members, as well as customer reviews of the woman and lists of their “specialties.”
    Some of the dates with adult movie star actresses cost as much as $17,000 for a night, the sheriff’s office said.
    “If you were computer literate and had a laptop and you were a businessman, anywhere you traveled you could use this Web site to get ... a date for a particular evening,” Hillsborough County Sheriff Cal Henderson said Tuesday at a news conference to announce the arrests.





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    As part of the investigation, detectives posted a fictitious ad on the Web site for “Lia Nice” using a photo of a bikini-clad female informant. The ad, which offered the woman’s services for $300 an hour, attracted thousands of responses and six men were arrested for solicitation.

    WONDER IF THEY HAD AN AFFILIATE PROGRAM?

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    Mike,
    I saw that too of F'd Company. I was surprised at how many prostitutes were in our area....I should rephrase that...not the number of prostitutes, but the number of them that have a website selling their services. IMO, should be an easy bust...isn't it like selling crack from your website?

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    Tom,

    quote:
    isn't it like selling crack from your website?


    Sounds to me like that was just what they were doing. Even customer feedback. Now that's service after the sale. Only problem was every feedback letter was signed JOHN!

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    Doc...What were you doing looking that closely [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] Just like any other business, I suppose...I'm surprised the cops aren't all over this


    Affiliatemakeover....that is too funny and a good find.

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    TH - there are 537 prostitutes right down the road from you.

    They even getr paid a decent salary - but the perks and all they can steal is where the big bucks are located.

    And to think we all pay them to get screwed and all...amazing stuff.

    As for the affiliate program for the bigdoogie - I think it was on Snare or BeFree under the title 'World Class Screw.'

    Affiliates dropped them because they couldn't figure out if they were referring to the company or the trusted third parties.

    Bigdoogie never paid either. The trusted third parties attempted to collect and Bigdoggie attempted to settle.

    The company offered - ONE - contact info file to each affiliate. But affiliates never got their contacts. The 'trusted third parties' used them as spiffs to get money from the Wall Street Boys and Janpanese business guys.

    Come to think of it, I wonder what the Bigdoggie contact list of all the 'Escorts' would go for at a dutch auction on eBay.

    I don't think it would be illegal to sell the list.

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    Tom,

    I just said NO to crack. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Crack
    kills! :eek:




    I don't see how it could be illegal to publish such a list. It is your constitutional right! (As long as you are an American I guess)

    It's not against the law to know how to crack a safe is it?

    Is it against the law to know where the hoes stroll?

    Knowledge in itself is neither good nor evil.

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    Breeze,

    The domain name strollinhoes.com is available.

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    LOL Fred. I bet you already have a program going. What would you call it? BridesgoMLM. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] :cool: [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]


    hey what part of oklahoma are ya from??

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    Lauren,

    Yukon. I thought you were moving back here.

    Mike

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    No Lauren, I'm from wierdafornia...

    I wonder how this deal woulod have played out if the net was around at the time.

    A physics student at Princeton was charged with the task of doing a term paper.

    So he did - The title was:

    How To Build An A-Bomb.

    He got the info doing research in the library....

    Well, he turns it in and guess what - it's the real deal - it would work.

    The Professor has a cow, the school has two cows and the Gov't has a whole herd.

    The kid get's an A and a zillion visits from the FBI as to where he got the info...he shows them - it's all there at the local library.

    I hope you all get the picture....it was all done legally...and the government was the last to know about it.

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