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Why Won’t You Give Me a Lady’s Personal Contact Info?

31. January 2012 by Dasha 0 Comments

If you read Hot Russian Brides’ Terms of Service (to which all members must agree before using our site), you know that men and women cannot exchange personal contact information before completing the Intimacy Request process. Many men oppose this policy, but do not fully understand the reasons behind it. Here they are…


The policy concerning personal contact information exists, in part, for safety and privacy reasons. Many women are simply not comfortable handing out their phone number and address to men they’ve never met. Can you blame them? Believe it or not, men have shown up in Russian unannounced, ready to woo and wed women they saw online. Other men have called Russian homes at all hours of the night, waking households and generally being inconsiderate. Naturally, these scenarios make the ladies uncomfortable and might persuade them to hold on to their personal info.


And yes, as our critics like to point out, Hot Russian Brides does make money from emails and chats, money we wouldn’t make if we sold phone numbers for a flat fee. However, we also offer much more than sites specializing in personal contact information. The features at Hot Russian Brides include translation, identity validation, video chat, introduction videos, travel liaisons, a specialized gift shop, introduction agencies for the ladies, and more. Sure, you could simply purchase a woman’s phone number or email address, but what good is it going to do you if you don’t have a translator or a way to communicate?  


When embarking on a Russian dating adventure, men can choose to purchase women’s phone numbers or use a site like Hot Russian Brides which provides a host of features and is dedicated to protecting the privacy of its members (both male and female). While there is nothing wrong with selling phone numbers and addresses, we have chosen a different method of introduction and ask that our members respect this policy.

 

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