- How can I trust that my transaction is secure when I join a site and who will have access to my money?
- After joining, do I have full access to the bonus sites or just limited access?
- What does it mean when there’s a $19.99 recurring charge?
- Why are there so many sites in your review system that have not received full reviews?
- What is a trial membership?
- How do I enjoy your special discounts?
- How Do I Cancel My Adult Site Membership?
- When I Join An Adult Site, What Shows On My Credit Card Statement?
- What Software Do I Need To Watch Movies At Adult Sites?
- I want to be a pornstar. Who do I contact to get started?
- I’m looking for a person in my area that looks like this-and-that who only wants to bang. Can you help make a match?
Question: How can I trust that my transaction is secure when I join a site and who will have access to my money?
Answer: This is one of the most common questions and for good reason. With all the hoopla about fraud and identity theft in the headlines these days, it only makes sense that a surfer would be cautious about where they sign up. Well, you can rest easy by knowing that 95% of the adult sites you’ll encounter on the web use third party billers like ccbill, epoch, netbilling, verotel, etc. These are all acclaimed merchants with secure billing procedures that are trusted the web over. However, I still encourage you to read everything on the “join now” page before handing over the plastic. If you’ve never heard of a merchant or if the site isn’t using a third party biller, it wouldn’t hurt to research the merchant or inquire with the adult site’s customer service department about your concerns.
All sites are required to disclaim in the footer of their join page who their biller is. You will also know the biller after you begin the join process. Typically a site's join form will ask for basic information like your name and email address. After you click submit, you are usually taken to a page on the biller's secure server. At that point you know you are in good hands.
Question: After joining, do I have full access to the bonus sites listed or just limited access?
Answer: Typically, when you join an adult site that also grants access to bonus sites, you’re given full access to every site. However, there are times that when you sign up for a trial membership you’re only given access to some of the sites or all the sites, but only partial access. It’s also possible that you’ll sign up for a site that institutes an incentive for you to remain a member by promising you access to a new site every month that you remain a member. Other sites might tell you that they’re going to give you access to bonus sites and when you log in you discover that the bonus sites are small sites with third party content feeds. Though these kinds of situations are uncommon, you’re ultimately going to want to read the fine print on the “join pages”. Nine times out of ten, they’re going to be specific about what you’re given access to. If you’re still uncertain about what you’re going to be given access to and what you’re not going to be given access to once you join, contact the customer service department about your concerns. If you need help, consider contacting one of our Concierge members.
Question: What does it mean when there’s a $19.99 "recurring" charge?
Answer: Have you ever subscribed to a magazine where you continue receiving issues even after the subscription has run out and you discover that you’ve been charged for the subscription again when you only intended on trying the mag out once? That’s a recurring fee. Adult pay sites work the same way. Nearly all of them implement a monthly fee that recurs every month you remain a member. A number of sites offer a multiple month packages that won’t recur. Those that do recur usually do at the same price as the initial sign-up price. However, there are some sites that offer a discount after the first month. This is why you really should read the fine print on the join page that goes into detail about the site’s billing procedures.
Question: Why are there so many sites in your review system that have not received full reviews?
Answer: There are a couple of reasons why Hoes.com reviewers may not have provided a site with a full review. Generally, it’s because the program that owns the site has not yet provided us with login information to browse the member’s area in order to gather proper data and analysis of the site. A lot of the sites are in our queue waiting to be reviewed. Those we will get to shortly. The rest of the sites that we haven’t reviewed are those that we didn’t feel deserved your attention.
Question: What is a trial membership?
Answer: The terms of a trial membership vary from site to site. The one commonality you’ll find is that trials last for a short period of time at a low price. Sounds like a great deal, doesn’t it? Typically it is, but make sure you read the fine print. Some sites offering trial subscriptions will give those with trial memberships limited access to the site. They’ll be able to browse everything offered, but they’ll be limited as to how much and what they can watch. Typically, if you don’t cancel before the trial period ends, the membership will recur at the monthly rate. A that point, a trial member will become a full member, which will allow them access to everything inside of the site. We try to help you pinpoint sites that offer limited access as a trial member in our reviews.
Question: How do I enjoy the Hoes.com exclusive discounts?
Answer: To enjoy our special discounted prices, just click on any link from hoes.com to the site you’re looking at. To do this, just view the site’s review and you will see the links there. The links that we are given are special links that will offer you the discounted price automatically when you get to the site’s join page. These discounts are totally exclusive to us. You have to click a link on our site to get it. Here is our list of discounts.
Question: How Do I Cancel My Adult Site Membership?
Answer: Cancelling "should" be an easy process. Look for a "help" or "customer service" link on the paysite that you joined. These are typically at the bottom of the site's main page. Follow the instructions given when you reach that page. Most sites use a 3rd party biller to process your transaction so at the time of your purchase you should have received an email confirmation from that biller. Examples are epoch.com or ccbill.com. The email receipt will contain a subscription ID. If you know your biller and your ID, just go to the biller's site to cancel immediately.
Question: When I Join An Adult Site, What Shows On My Credit Card Statement?
Answer: All adult sites take great care to conceal the fact that you have joined an adult site. Your credit card will usually show an ID related to the site as well as the biller that processed the transaction. It could look something like this flick*paycom or runy*ccbill. Don't worry, it won't say "milfcumbangers.com"!
Question: What Software Do I Need To Watch Movies At Adult Sites?
Here is a list of typical tools that should cover you:
Windows Media Player
Question: I want to be a pornstar. Who do I contact to get started?
Answer: We all want that job! Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as contacting the webmaster of an adult site. We have connections, but not those kinds of connections. It’s going to take a bit of work finding the right people to contact about getting into the biz. There are adult film conventions every year held in different locations around the U.S. where you can rub elbows with people in the industry that might have work for you. A more productive avenue would be to search the web for adult pay sites that take applications from members looking for model work. Take a look at these two sites as examples of sites that will entertain hiring amateurs:
Question: I’m looking for a person in my area that looks like this-and-that who only wants to bang. Can you help make a match?
Answer: You’d be astounded at how often we get this question, but it’s not surprising considering how much fun it is to fuck strangers. There’s only one place online where I’d recommend a person go to find a fuck buddy. It’s here:
Adult Friend Finder
Log in, create a profile, filter member profiles by the kind of woman/man you’re into, browse them, contact them, hit it off with them, and then fuck them.