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    The closest thing to a small "mom & pop" site that I've seen is a site that someone posted here on another thread. I'll repost it later if I can find the info. The agency is in Lugansk. They only have about 90 to 100 profiles listed and they even post their address on the site. No guarantee of legitimacy, but it sounds like a good start?

    No real super-models, and I have in fact seen the profiles of a couple of the girls on other sites and their names and profile info is the same, but with a few different photos (of the same girl). I might check this place out in person when I take my trip.

    It's possible that the people you refer to that started sites and failed were trying to be 100% legit? With all the scam sites out there, unless these people had some way to catch the eye of prospective male customers, I would imagine the flashier scam sites could easily put a small legit agency out of business.

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    I think, it would be interesting, if anybody could see any difference between my targeted group of women (50-65 years of age) to those younger.

    No doubt you'll also find freelancing or agency-supplied scammers there, but both concerning the "market" for this age group and the attitude of such (real) women, there probably would be a difference to the younger generation.

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    quote:It's possible that the people you refer to that started sites and failed were trying to be 100% legit? With all the scam sites out there, unless these people had some way to catch the eye of prospective male customers, I would imagine the flashier scam sites could easily put a small legit agency out of business.
    while I won't claim they epitomized virtue, I saw no "trick of the trade", no gimmick, no "guarantees", no rows of suspicious (and engineered) testimonials, no pubescent supermodels lusting after old goats...
    He once mentioned he didn't want any trouble, and I think that with women the "quality" he had gathered, he stood no chances anyways to compete against "candy store rip-off fraudulent" sites with 20.000 women on shelf, bikini and nude sections, webcams, videos, whatever.

    The nature of men is the reason scammers & dodgy agencies exist!

    I'm not saying his women were "ugly", but they were "next door" kind of women...no head turners, no 21yo women seeking men "age 18-99"; a sizable portion of older women (40yo+).
    Men have often unrealistic expectations.
    I am not saying pubescent hotties are bad, but I'm afraid Barney, Chen, Jamal and Pedro (and Ham) [)][:0][B)] will have to keep it to the free porn sites.
    What is a head-turning vixen dressed to kill photographed in glamorous studio pictures trying to tell her potential suitors?
    No more than I would tell if I leased a Rolls Royce and a tuxedo...

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    quote:I think, it would be interesting, if anybody could see any difference between my targeted group of women (50-65 years of age) to those younger.
    young women lack no supply of potential suitors, both their age and older, in spite of whatever some happiness mongers might say about how men outnumber women there...
    Young women are usually mindless and with attitude problems: the sky is the limit.

    [B)]

    It starts going downhill from 30yo...the supply of potential suitors decreases exponentially.
    They may look as good as one wants out of the shower, but average Barney with money to waste is likely to focus on women in their 20s, even if he's 63.
    At the same time domestic men will have developed (or will be developing ) whatever problem might be (drinking, abusive behaviour, debts etc ), so waters mud there, too.
    At say 35 to 40+ she might be at her peak sexual and bodily charm...but who's paying attention?
    So these women have to be wiser, for any occasion might be the last one.
    At the same time, life is likely to have taught them a lesson or two, and the mindlessness and attitude problems might have reduced or gone in a woman of normal, unobtrusive behaviour (=not the broad with 800 grams of makeup who paces the bar scene every night ).
    A 21yo may still think she'll make it to an Emmy award... a 42yo probably knows she has to bend over for her boss just to keep her low profile clerical job...

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    Well, this may ofcourse be my personal taste, but I've seen quite a few (for me) very attractive women past 40, even 50. But whereas you don't see many of that agegroup on the international sites (with a FSUW majority), there'll be quite a lot of them on "specialised" sites (like religious, lifestyle etc) and on neighbourhood sites.

    And I'm quite convinced, that such women are real, and most of them non-scammers. (Though ofcourse their characters can be questionable).

    So I'll stick with my thesis, that scamming is more common amongst FSUW. Otherwise, if they (the FSUW) really wanted romance etc. they would hang around after 50. Believe it or not, there is a big market for women past 50, as the neighbourhood sites demonstrates.

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    quote:At say 35 to 40+ she might be at her peak sexual and bodily charm...but who's paying attention?
    I have to say that in my adventures, I've seen some pretty darned hot looking FSUWs who claim to be 30+, and even 40+ yo in their profiles. My personal experience with my well publicized "X", has eliminated anyone with kids from my search, and my desire to have kids pushed me toward a search for a girl a bit younger than myself (28 to 34ish), but the 30+ and 40+ hotties are out there.

    During my search, I found plenty of 30+ yo scammers, so it's not completely isolated to the 18 to 25 yos. In fact, I think the 30+ yo scammers are the ones who can be the most dangerous to a guy who is aware of scamming because he may exclude them from his suspicions. They may place ads seeking men only 10, 15 or 20 years older, whereas an 18 yo seeking a man 25 to 75 seems wrong from the start to anyone not holding his manhood in his hand as he browses profiles.
    quote:At say 35 to 40+ she might be at her peak sexual and bodily charm...but who's paying attention?
    I would be if I didn't have this desire to have kids. Like I said, I've seen some gorgeous FSUWs 40+.
    quote:The nature of men is the reason scammers & dodgy agencies exist!
    YUP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    quote: I think, it would be interesting, if anybody could see any difference between my targeted group of women (50-65 years of age) to those younger... And I'm quite convinced, that such women are real, and most of them non-scammers. (Though ofcourse their characters can be questionable).
    As I said, I've seen them out there, but few and far between. Again, the age doesn't mean they aren't scamming, it just means they aren't scamming 30 to 50 yo guys. I'm seeing that regardless of a man's realistic goals, the potential for a scam still exists.

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