Truth and Lies: My Girl Fund a Scam? A Factual Review, and Case Study
The short answer is No. The thousands of girls happily making friends (and bank) every day on the site can back me up on that, and this blog gives them an opportunity to do just that. The long answer requires a look at why the question was even raised in the first place … so bear with me if you want the full scoop.
MGF has been making waves as an “adult social networking site for hot girls working from home and generous guys with disposable income”. If you are reading this post, then you have heard the hype about it, and you want to know the real story behind what makes mygirlfund.com better or worse or even any different from all the others. Aren’t sites that connect guys with hot girls all about the same?
Before I launch into the nitty-gritty details, I have to tell a small story about what inspired this post. It all ties in together nicely… I promise.
So I was surfing and lurking on cam girl blogs, and I come across this post from Dec. 2010 titled: “Is My girl fund a Scam?” Authored by a reasonably successful industry blogger who goes by the name of Miss Maggie Mayhem. For the most part, I found her posts to be well written and generally professional. But the “Is my girl fund a scam” post? That one was a little off. Ok … a lot off. This kind of got to me when I first read it: A scam? Seriously?
Coincidentally, this post is right up my alley because I also happen to be a my girl fund model. I’ve been a member of that site for a little over a year now. My review of my girl fund is simply stellar!
My experience with Mygirlfund conflicts with Miss Mayhem’s portrayal.
So, seeing as how the post was made over a year ago, I thought that I would leave a comment. Things change right? Maybe that was the old MGF…The Mygirlfund I know and love isn’t like that at all.
I did leave a comment. A (what I thought to be) well thought out and respectful comment that contrasted the overall negative tone and slant of the article and the seemingly coordinated comments that followed. I was happy to have my comment posted, my two cents added.
My comment was hardly controversial or confrontational stuff though; just my actual experience with the site and a very pertinent fact correction about what percentage the girls actually make on their transactions. They can and many do in fact make 90% of every dollar spent on them and the girls are almost always making 65 to 90 cents per credit as the vast majority of the guys pay only $1 per credit.
I didn’t post any spam or incite any arguments. I simply posted my very polite factual comment, read over it once after it was posted, and clicked out. Hell, I even subscribed to her blog and her newsletter.
Well, a week or so later, I went back to check the comments to see if anyone else had anything to say about the subject. To my surprise, my comment was deleted and Maggie had not corrected the article’s errors. What a huge hit to her credibility.
At that point, I knew about all I needed to know of the real purpose and intent of Maggie’s post: Disinformation. How many times have people tried to correct the basic misinformation in her post, only to have their comment deleted? Can’t stop Maggie from spreading her Mayhem I guess ….
Now, I know I’m relatively new to all this wonderfully sophisticated blogging stuff… But mudslinging is as old as politics; and slander is dirty no matter where it happens. How easy would it be for me to imply a link between the owner of an adult site where Maggie hangs her shingle and this sort of unethical behavior against one of his chief competitors? Maggie proudly advertises her affiliation with that site on her blog and the site has been known to pay for posts and reviews. But, that isn’t the way I roll. I’m not going to do that.
Instead of starting a firestorm over the whole thing, I decided to create this blog. A blog where you can judge for yourself if Mygirlfund resembles anything like a scam. Here, actual MyGirlFund girls talk candidly about their experiences as members of the site.
Turns out… I know a lot of very happy MGF girls. They don’t hesitate to speak their minds either. Click on over to the My Girl Fund Review page, and read for yourself how they feel about MGF.
None of these girls are paid for their review of Mygirlfund. All of these girls are active on the site now. You can talk to any of them for FREE at mygirlfund.com and ask them yourself. The MGF testimonials will continue to be updated once a week, so you can always find current information about what’s happening with the models in the mygirlfund community.