You've seen them sitting at their keyboards, wearing barely anything, winking at you, typing to nobody in particular with thin, lethargic arms: bored and conventionally beautiful.The ads, with flirty video that might be live or recorded years ago, shout at you with promises of "Live Sex Chat" and "Sex Shows", with both amateurs and "pornstars" alike.But the company's custodian of records is one Rena Erotocritou, employed by "Ariel Secretaries Limited", a ghost of a company based out of Cyprus.The massive Live Jasmin would have you believe it's owned by "Gestao e Investimentos, Lda", a company based in an autonomous region of Portugal — and has a host of fraud complaints lodged against one of its subsidiaries.
It's a massive catalogue of preening women of every variety: big, skeletal, black, white, Asian, American, Greek, Czech, etc.They invade your peripheral vision; they pop up behind your window.The women wait for you to start staring, and, just when you're interested, they hit you up for money.You're still working through, say, My Free Cams, but instead of only giving MFC a cut of your take, the studio owner takes a piece as well. If you don't stick to your mandatory hours, you'll be fired.
You'll also be potentially living with strangers in conditions beneath the grimiest motel.All that's available is a semi-robotic technical support chat, which fields basic questions about how to use the site and credit card processing. You'll get your split — typically around 35-percent, but sometimes upwards of 70 — siphoned to you via an innocuous credit card processing site like CCBill, while the site takes the rest of the cut. Some sites, like Streamate, allow actual sex to the point of orgy, while others limit your act to a solo show.