MyPhoneSite Notices For PSOs

Early this morning, phone sex platform MPS sent out two messages regarding site services.

First message: Pending System Wide Review

We are doing a system wide review to ensure that customers who visit our site have a consistent, high quality experience. The support team at myphonesite.com will be doing this review starting Thursday, March 7th at 10 AM EST.

Before we do the system review Thursday, please take a moment to update your provider profiles and websites to include photos listed in your profile as well as profile text. Any profiles that do not have photos and written legible profile text will be paused until the provider can update the profile.

The second message: Loss Prevention Notification

It has been brought to the support team’s attention from multiple customers that there is a great deal of STEALING occurring on the system. Anytime you do not use the system to complete pay per minute phone conversations will result in immediate deactivation and funds in the provider account will be lost. We have ZERO tolerance for stealing. Stealing is a crime. Redirecting customers to other platforms, arranging payments through other means, having customers call you on your cell/home phone is not permitted. In addition you may also be liable for civil or criminal charges. We have a support team in place to review the system 24 hours a day to prevent theft from occurring on myphonesite.com.

The first message from MPS arrived in my email inbox at 2:22 AM; at 2:24 AM I had no less than seven emails from panicked PSOs who use the site to conduct their phone sex business. While I was rather certain that I understood the notices from MPS to be professional notices warning those who are abusing the MPS platform that they are about to be busted — and not actually about any new policy changes, so many frantic emails had me concerned that I’d better be correct and not pass-along incorrect information. So I quickly contacted MPS. (Before my reply was sent, another dozen or so emails from worried PSOs had arrived.)

I have questions regarding the following emails (below) which are worded more frighteningly than I’d imagine one needs to use… I’d like clarification on these asap so as to avoid any problems. I thank you in advance for the professional courtesy of your reply.

One, regarding the photos: Are images such as logos and icons acceptable? I [use] the image/avatar I have used for years as that is far more recognizable online than my photo.

Two, regarding the “stealing” issue: Many PSOs and other professionals use multiple services for their work. Sometimes it is a competing site, such as NiteFlirt; other times it is for a service not offered by MPS (such as paid chat time, providing design services, etc.). I can understand that it would be stealing if a PSO (or MPS member) uses the MPS platform in any way (be it a link in a profile, a message on the MPS system, during a call, etc.) to lead a client to other payment options; but to say that “Anytime you do not use the system to complete pay per minute phone conversations” is not really a legal thing to say. We are not employees, we are not contracted to *only* use MPS. We are independent contractors paying to use the MPS platform services. To clarify my point, a PSO/MPS member may have options for payment on her website which includes MPS among others — but if that website is *not* linked to from MPS, it is not “stealing”. I would like clarification — clear definition — on this issue of stealing asap.

Just minutes after I sent my email to MPS, I had an official reply from Samantha — and minutes after that, I had her permission to share it with you.

The email was referencing providers not stealing on the MPS network, not telling the providers where they can work. We are aware providers use other services. However there has been an increasing amount of providers using MPS to find customers to pay them directly through Western Union, Paypal, etc. It’s crucial to stop the “bleeding” of loss prevention to keep the company viable.

It is acceptable to use logos and icons. We have been requested by providers that use the system as well as customers to review the system and remove items of concern as well as low quality listings. We hope it will help the providers that have fantastic sites/listings such as yourself with obtaining more traffic.

So, to repeat, things are as I thought. One, the matter of stealing was in reference to MPS policing policies already in place. Two, MPS is going about ridding the site of spam accounts. Both of which are better for all of us, really.

(It is also worth noting, again, that MPS has excellent support communication with PSOs.)

As is so often the case, the innocent worry they’ve done something wrong while the guilty folks just ignore the warnings. Most of you are likely doing nothing wrong, so you needn’t worry. Those of you who are cheating, abusing the MPS phone sex platform, you know who you are — and soon MPS will too and you’ll be gone.

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