Those who did know this often created secondary accounts --one for legitimate dates and another for their secret sexploits.
S., is one of the only top-ranked sites that allows members to not only register, but also to search and message for free, deriving more of its revenue from advertisers.
Due to the low barrier for entry this leads them to attract more casual daters.
It is a perfectly legitimate technology and legitimate company that runs the service. Pushcrew states that they create unique subscriber ID for the user, and that there is a cookie placed on the browser.
Like anything else of this nature, your overall experience comes down to the character of the operator, and trust. My guess is that when you opt-in that they are recording your Internet Protocol (IP) Address.
If you want to see how I flush out the scam, you can Read my post on Just Now Hook
The site touts that it will verify you, and make sure you are 18 and not a sex offender. You just need to provide a credit card so they can verify you.When you first visit the site you get a pop-up asking if you want notifications. The Pushcrew pop-up is a mechanism for companies to send messages to their customers, bloggers to their subscribers and so on.It is browser based (not email), meaning it will allow the sender to contact their target person, on their browser, regardless of what website they might be visiting.Bottom line, if you say yes to the pop-up, you are likely to be spammed by the owners of Craig-personals any time you browse the internet.The faking mechanisms are obvious, you can read them below.The accounts of those who do not comply will be deleted.