tnaboard

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I recently decided to give the TNA Board a try. If you’re not familiar with what this is, it’s a forum or public board that reviews local girls.

If so, I would certainly be on board with that. Can you share more details please? How long ago? Upcharge? I’ve seen Chantel many times over the years and first saw her in Downtown Seattle when she first started.

There are a lot of locations on the TNA Board, for instance, Arizona, Colorado, Las Vegas, Alaska, etc. 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.

They try to use clever wording to hide the fact that there is no telling what you are clicking on when you use this board. Any legit board or forum of this kind will have many security parameters in place and they make it a point to assure you that you are protected. There is no such protection here, and they admit it. The spam and the truth that you possibly can’t break down listings by City have given me a bad first impression of TNABoard, however they are not even the worst part of the positioning I’ve seen up to now.

Other site features at TNABoard.com

  • You should keep in mind that not 100% of the advertisers post their real photos in the ads, so even if you do arrange a meeting, the reality can turn out to be very different.
  • You can read posts and view the providers’ profiles as well as the reviews written by people who have already used their services.
  • But Alisa Bernard, who calls herself a prostitution survivor turned activist, said she believes review sites don’t make things safer for sex workers.
  • To complete registration, you need to agree to TNA Board rules.
  • I have all the detailed reasons listed for you below.
  • Still, if you manage to make it through the inconvenient website design, you will be able to access a big database of sex workers and reviews from the customers.

I altered my search to include more body types and hair colors, and still only got one fucking member. There was a checkbox to find TNA Verified members, but that’s clearly a joke if I can’t even find more than one non-verified escort in my major metropolitan area. We’ve got multiple airports, so I’m 100% positive we have multiple hookers in this town. The intrusive registration is quick, at least.

It should be emphasized that the site claims to be a platform where people advertise their massage, fetish and legal companion services. In other words, you cannot post an advertisement in which you sell your body or want to buy someone’s sex services. The same rule work for the sale of drugs or the advertisement posted by anyone who is under the age of 18 .

This script is for routinely embedding thumbnailed versions of advert pictures under a consumer’s ad on the TNABoard.com escort evaluation site. In each circumstances, the ladies have been marketed for sex using Backpage.com.

I’m entitled to my opinion as are you. Which is why I’ve published your comment. However, I just don’t see the need for it knowing how there are so many better sites out there and ones that cost next to nothing to join (in fact, most are 100% free). Again, no offense but TNA is just not for me and I’m sharing my thoughts.

I had gotten a BBFS agreement quite a while back but was not in a position to hook up. I can now confirm that BBFS is COMPLETELY off the menu with IBAQT, at least for new shoppers. I saw her about 10 occasions when she was UTR previous to her joining TNA.

If you have never heard of the TNA Board, it’s supposed to be an online forum where you can find girls in your local area, whether they be girls who want to meet and fuck or girls that are escorts. They post reviews of all the local girls, and it is supposed to assist you in finding the best ones. They refer to these girls as “providers” but what they don’t say is that they provide sex services. If you are in the market to pay for sex, you want a site that is 100% safe and there is no room for a fraud.