Pure is only here to help you sex up and not hate yourself after. But Pure is full of people who supposedly want the same thing as you, and it makes a point not to mix business (or anything else) with pleasure.We were invited to try out Pure, and as you can see from the pictures on the right, we weren’t shy about signing up for a hook-up app at all.For a small price, they say you can see people’s real life social media details if you sign up.Unfortunately, once you tap in your details you will actually be paying for a porn site subscription costing £90.30.
You can try your luck and sign up for the Pure Beta for i Phone here and it’s coming to Google Play ‘soon.’ Hopefully you’ll do better than we did, but to do that, you may have to actually have the guts to go for it.
All of this theoretically takes place within that limited hour window of availability.
It is still the Internet, but Pure seems like an especially safe place for women, which could be good because men usually outnumber them by huge margins.
More subtle than just sending a link and hoping you click, the trick here is to get the person to ask for more information by saying ‘What’s the code they gave you? But the website they link to is not what it claims to be.
There are at least 13 of these fake websites, Symantec reports.