MPS Network Compliance Reviews (Or, Where Is My Favorite Phone Sex Operator At MyPhoneSite?)

If you’re an MPS user, phone sex operator or caller, you may have noticed that some sites have appeared to be down or without operator listings while the phone sex platform site has been performing a complete network-wide review. This compliance review, targeting both quality control issues as well as merchant regulations, was done April 3rd and 4th — however some operator listings may still be missing.

Phone sex operators with sites or listings which are deemed non-complaint will be contacted about the specific changes needed to become active again, but it is a large project so notices are in progress.

And accounts and PSO listings which are still temporarily inactive are not necessarily non-compliant.

If your MPS site or operator listings are missing, you should contact MPS to find out why. (In my case, the categories were mysteriously missing and I had to reset them.) As always, communication with MPS support was quick and efficient. If you notice anything missing, or any wobbles as a result of this maintenance, just contact them!

Also, to clarify about the merchant “taboo” regulations, MPS maintains it’s true “no taboo” status. Consenting adults are not limited in their phone conversations. However, there are specific limitations in what can appear on the MPS site, including adult phone sex listings. I have clarified that you can both allude to these subjects and are allowed to reference these subjects, including use of the banned words, outside of the MPS network on your own websites and blogs (provided your hosting company has no issues with these topics).

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