Monday, February 22, 2010


No, not what you think. I had a new follower named webdater. He is doing similar to me, in that he goes to dating sites and then joints and reports on his experience. Well he mentioned one site called smooch. So, as you would when you hear a good report you join.

Well, after a few days I receive this email;

Dear Tigerlight,

Your account with has been removed. This is because your profile indicated that you were looking for swinging, a threesome, an extra-marital relationship or to be dishonest or unfaithful to a partner. We do not allow the above mentioned activity through our site, though there are other sites available that may better suit your requirements.

Please note that you are now forbidden to rejoin the site and if you do, or you attempt to access the site through any other account, we reserve the right to remove that account without notice and without refunding any further fees paid for credits, in accordance with our Terms and Conditions regarding banned members.

Yours sincerely, Customer Services

OK,. silly me, I should have read the rules before joining. All you married people, you've been warned. I could have blamed webdater for not checking out that angle, but you win some and lose some, and anyway, why would I want to be a member of a site that didn't want my lovely persona. Their lose, tah!!


Leah said...

LOL! Makes you wonder what the site was all about, considering it's tittilating name of Smooch. I hope it didn't cost you anything to join!

Blog On The Land said...

What was so funny, was that there was a "married" category in the description. If you didn't want married people why have a married category. What do they think that they'd visit a site called smooch for? Origami?

webdater said...

I hadn't checked out all their joining requirements, sorry that you had a bad experience. It does seem a bit silly to let you choose that option then give you a hard time about it later. Anyway, keep up the good work.