Gay sex cam sites are like everything else on the Internet: some sites are safe, some sites aren’t. Sometimes it’s tough to tell the difference between the two-a scam site can look just as professional and real as a good one. Anyone who’s interested in checking out the fine, fine manflesh available on one of these cam sites doesn’t want to get screwed (at least not in the bad way), so it’s important to learn how to tell what features make a cam site legit. It’s also important to recognize the big red flags that let you know it’s a scam.
No Sneak Peek
“You cannot take a look around without paying some money”
The top sites in the world of gay sex cams are always, always going to prospective customers take a look around before they need to pay anything. This doesn’t mean you’re going to get a free private show with that hot blonde stud-it means that you’ll be allowed to check out the performer selection, the public chat, and basically get a feel for how the site works. If you’ve found a cam site that looks good but won’t let you take a look around before you’re prompted to pay, ditch it and look for another one. You should never have to give your credit card info without being able to scope out the scene first.
Not Many Performers to Choose From
If you’re taking a look at the performers and they seem less than impressive, it might be a sign that this cam site is a dud. What you want to see is a lot of guys you can choose from, all of them attractive in one way or another. What you don’t want to see is less than ten models available, all of them either really ugly or really old. Successful gay cam sites are going to have a huge stable of cam guys to choose from in order to meet the preferences of all the customers. If the stable of cam performers is questionable, you might want to look for a better site.
No matter what kind of cam site you’re hanging out on, you’re always going to see a certain level of spam. That’s just how the Internet works. But if you’re hanging out in public chat and every line of text is just another suspicious looking link, chances are pretty good that you’re sitting in a scamming cesspool. The same goes if you start getting weird private messages in broken English that also have sketchy links. These are all phishing attempts or tricks to try to get you to hand over your credit card number. Remember the first cardinal rule of doing anything online: don’t click anything that looks suspicious. The next thing you should do? Bail on this crappy cam site and go looking for another that’s not infested with scamming attempts.
Crappy Customer Support
“You can get frustrated with a crappy customer support”
One of the biggest differences between a legit cam site and a bad one is customer support. A successful legit site is going to want to make sure that everything is working well for you. No matter your problem, the support team will do everything they can to make sure it’s fixed. Scam sites aren’t going to be worried about that. Once they’ve got your financial info they don’t need anything else from you. If you’re having issues with crappy customer service, look at it as a big red flag.