These tactics include pop-ups, pop-unders and other ads that you just can’t get rid of.
They put them on porn sites, they put them on sites that are riddled with viruses.
Of course, such marketing is technically not a scam.
But try telling that to the poor sap who just clicked on the wrong link and is now picking apart the remnants of his virtual life as he tries to wade through pop-ups, malware, fake warnings and more, all while seeing the insidious Be Naughty logo everywhere he goes.
Those adults, officials say, can sometimes have bad intentions.
The dating sites aren't liable if someone is victimized through their forums. Once my profile was made, I added a photo for other users to see, and went on to answering a few personal questions about my hobbies and preferences.
Part of the problem (and in some cases the problem) is that they ave affiliate programs and they don’t have strict restrictions on these programs.