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Published 4 years ago with 3 Comments

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  • aikyo

    A five minute timer for each message seems kind of stressful. If the replies didn't have to be so meaningful, I can see how the timer might be a bit excessive, but this is a service that somebody is paying for. I wonder what the company policy is if somebody doesn't feel satisfied with the responses they received.

  • NotWearingPants

    I'm not sure which is sadder, that a service like this exists or that people "work" for them for as little as 60 cents an hour.

    • ressmox (edited 4 years ago)

      Well I'm not here to judge. I just thought it was interesting that a service meant to fake being in a relationship ended up being a valued point of human contact for some. Even though they knew it was fake and that it would end whenever they hit their quota.

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