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Reasons I Suggest Avoiding The TNA Board
Kitty, I get it…this site’s been good to you and helps you find Johns to take money from in exchange for sex. Good for you, a round of applause. I’m entitled to my opinion as are you.
The site is nothing more than a forum for people looking to connect with possibly disease infested escorts. Not to mention that hiring an escort is illegal in most areas of the United States. To sum up, TNA is, but it is not perfect.
I’ve been doing things this way for seven years and haven’t had a major problem with any client so far. Prostitution review websites are a prolific corner of the illicit online sex trade. Major websites, like TnA Review and The Erotic Review, cover nearly every city in the United States; each location has its own local customer reviews and often, escort ads. While these websites operate across the country, not all of these online communities agree to meet in person—something that made the Seattle case especially unique. I’m confirming that I 100% do not agree with what TNA Board does and why they exist.
I misread the site’s name. This is actually TNABoard. It has nothing to do with the TSA, but you can still use it to get your package groped by a firm, leather-clad hand.
Elsewhere in the United States, I was pleased as punch to see a decent chunk of reviews. Oregon is currently sitting on a massive 38,000 escort reviews, whereas New York is sitting on a comfortable batch of over 23,000.
- Most of the girls I found on TNA had very little information filled in and nothing to show that they were real or had a personality.
- This is actually TNABoard.
- You can sign up, browse the ads, take part in the discussions, and access other website features without a registration.
When I was trying out TNA, there were never over 1,500 users online at any given time. This site is supposed to be national, heck even international, so that’s not a very large number at all. There are far too many other platforms where you can find things like this and you probably don’t want one that has a small selection and no security. If you have visited our TNA review to find out more about the website members, we are ready to tell you that most of the site users are sex workers who advertise their services and communicate with other members. This doesn’t leave you much hope for finding a regular hookup partner, but if you are into paid sex services, you will likely find what you are looking for at TNA Board.
This allows members to search for providers in their region. After you choose a region, you can see the girls who advertise their services in your area. You can read posts and view the providers’ profiles as well as the reviews written by people who have already used their services. A member can also leave his or her own vouch. Advanced search filters, in turn, allow the hobbyists to search for girls who provide certain services, from escort to massages and fetish entertainment.
TNA Board employs SSL encryption, which adds to the safety of the users. However, much of the responsibility for security lies on the TNAboard users. Don’t share your sensitive information or post real photos of yourself if you don’t want them to end up on a third party website with negative consequences. If you are a TNA Board hobbyist, using the website is available to you for free. You can sign up, browse the ads, take part in the discussions, and access other website features without a registration.
Not here. If you judge TNA Boards for what it is, which is a collection of sex worker ads and reviews, you can be pretty happy with the experience, even though the website lacks modern design and is filled with intrusive ads. However, viewing TNAboard as a genuine site for people to find hookup partners may prove disappointing unless you are prepared to pay money for the encounter.
If they have vouches, reviews, and other posts on the board that makes it easiest as I can contact their vouches/reviewed ladies to check their references, and see if they have any alerts, and also just get a general idea of what kind of person they are based on their board posts. If they have plenty of vouches and acknowledged reviews of providers that I recognize and know are legit members of the community I might not even contact any of them since it’s frustrating waiting to hear back, and often not hearing back, from references. If their vouches are all from ladies I’ve never heard of I’m more suspicious so I do a lot more research and may decline to see them. If the client provides me with other info (phone number, email, actual name, etc) I’ll run it through the blacklists, but often I’m working off board information only.