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  4. DJHJD

    Scam ALERT

    His profile is using that Flushing NY address that is generally associated with scammers. Flushing is part of Queens. He's telling you he's in Rochester several hundred miles away.
  5. Dadhashome4u

    Scam ALERT

    Please be alert to Houseboy by the name of bttmboii States he is living in New York. He emailed me several times, I live on the East Coast. All of his emails are five TIME ZONE away which would place some in Europe or Africa . please see the attached file, he is sending me responses five hours away. Yahoo dates and times ALL emails.
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  7. No money sent, but close. Convincing, everything I wanted to hear, recent passport, but when asked for recent photo, the “boi” got very upset and gave all sorts of reasons for disparities, mean while Dad Guy had sent me his address and photo of himself. I had apologized to Boy Ken, but he was unrelenting in his continued attacks. I said goodbye. He sent a thank you, then Dad Guy asked me to delete his Bakersfield address. Remember, send no money, check the forms!
  8. It’s ALWAYS a scam. Steer clear. It’s a fairly common tactic to relieve you of your wallet.
  9. I talked to him for part of a day by SMS. He turned into a ghost thereafter. He can spell and punctuate, which is fantasy material these days. Other than that, I cannot speak to whether he's real or not.
  10. I reach out to a couple houseboy profile a couple times a week and got a reply from MusccelStud4Dad. From his profile he is pretty much fantasy material. Through life I've learned to live by the old adage "if it seems too good to be true it probably is. Just curious if there is ay input on this profile.
  11. If a houseboy says you can reach me at gmail.com and then goes right to hangout.. don't do it.. hangout seems to be an off side meeting place not well monitored. then they ask you do you have what apps and other phone apps. although apps are quick . very easy to back dial and gain access to stuff on your phone. plus if out of country can add up to some huge phone bills. usually cell phones in usa have unlimited plans until you end up out of country that is entirely different. BEWARE Also I always ask do you have transport. 99% of the time they say no and want money. Frankly being in the USA you can still hitch a ride for free. hop on a bus for under 40 bucks one way or amtrack for 60 one way. Sometimes there are one way planes from Florida to Ny for 79 . It would not break any boys pocket for that. If a kid says I'm homeless. Ask yourself how they are online? cell phones cost. and library computers have family protection built into them. Just sayin
  12. Is it customary to charge a fee if you help relocate/rehome a son, particularly for a dad/son relationship.
  13. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    He hit me up; saw he was out of the country and didn't respond
  14. I personally have not had such a relationship. It would be nice if that were to happen, for sure. And who knows? Best advise I’ve got is to just keep on searching. I think the right one for everyone is out there just waiting to be found. Best of luck to you all all the rest of us searching for “the right one” be it houseboy or employer. Honestly I’d settle for just a good, honest, friendly, open living arrangement where both our needs are met.
  15. Buck52

    FAKE ALERT

    Warning to All: Latest houseboy to avoid is manuel45 Youve been warned.
  16. hello I just wonder if there is anyone in here have relationship with the houseboy or employer, I am sure some of the houseboy are very nice and polite, and interest employer friendship not his money, because I always want to have houseboy for me to keep for life, would like spend time and money on him if he is the one, and willing walk into my life and not leave. thanks
  17. Thanks for your input on the topic. I enjoyed the read. Lots of good info. And the stories of the two positive relationships you were fortunate to share is encouraging for us all. Trusting in your own intuition is so important. If it feels right, go for it. If it doesn’t, step away.
  18. Thank you Propman for the heads up. I saw fidel100 is still active on the site just now. I knew he was bs first time HE hit ME up just from his intro chat message. I never responded. Waste of time. Hang in there everyone, there’s a good one out there for us all. Keep on a keepin on.
  19. My favorite experience was the 3 years I spent in Key West because of a man that I met that morning and by that night he emailed me my itinerary information about my flight the next day. Was that a crazy, foolish thing to do? Not at all. In reality, I had money in my pocket and could have afforded my way back on my own, and I'm not exactly helpless, plus the guy I went to meet set everything up so he couldn't lose anything in the end except the cost of the ticket, which a few thousand dollars was nothing to him. We met for an initial week and the ticket was a 2 way ticket, but I ended up leaving 3 years later after the best experience of my life all from a guy that I met and basically moved in with within 24 hours of first saying hi. If you're open and honest enough online, it's easy to break the ice. I don't consider online chatting as "getting to know someone", and just because something happens fast doesn't mean either person is being foolish about anything. Just have things set up to be able to move that fast if you wish to do so. If you can't afford to "lose" the price of a ticket, then don't buy one. If you can't afford to get yourself out of trouble, then you can't afford to put yourself in that situation in the first place. I'll admit, I met this guy on a totally different website that is more geared for mature gay man, mature having nothing at all to do with age, but I have made connections on here too and moved from Cali to Texas after chatting with a guy on here for about a day, which led to an unforgettable 9 year relationship. Trust is something you must have in yourself, not in someone else. I trust that I can do what I need to do to be okay at any given time, and so does any smart man. Even if that means limiting where a "boy" can go in the house for a while, or putting up cameras, doing background checks (which, if they give you false info, you could easily be looking up someone that isn't even them), meeting in public first, staying in a nearby hotels or air bnb for a week or two as you two spend time together first to see how you all match, etc. Because I was able to trust in myself, I was able to take chances on other people. Some worked out and some didn't, but I had the power to walk away at any point from the very start, and any man that I met took precautions to protect himself and his belongings. Even with that said, I would not actually encourage most men on here to take chances like that because there are so many men that, no matter what the warnings, will send a cute boy money in a heartbeat assuming he has to be sincere because he's too cute to be lying. Sounds stupid when you say it out loud, but every person that has been taken advantage of has been scammed because of what the guy looked like and what he imagined the sexual encounters would be like with such a young, cute thing (or the houseboys that were scammed by the charming and incredibly handsome employers that were too good to be true). In any case, the victim pretty much knew they were being scammed but didn't believe it til the money was gone and the communication stopped. This means these guys saw the red flags but didn't trust their own judgement and, instead, put all their trust in some random picture of some random cute boy because his looks matched the idea of a perfect boy. Trust in yourself and it will be amazing to see how you just don't fall for scammers, which would then leave you a ton of time to focus on the (few) good guys on here that are real and would be more than happy to become a part of your life. That's just my opinion, anyhow. What the hell do I know haha....
  20. Buck52

    FAKE ALERT

    It’s a shame that some of these boys may be homeless. That shouldn’t happen to anyone. Yet, when they are given a golden opportunity for a chance to improve their lives, as well as to make life a little easier for their employer who has given them the opportunity, some of them, such as your recent one, choose to remain in that lowly state of their own free will. Like the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.
  21. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    This one lasted two and a half days of his two week agreed upon trial stay. I had to remove the toilet seat to fully clean it. I keep seeing these profiles that are suggesting the would be houseboys are homeless. Yikes.
  22. Buck52

    FAKE ALERT

    Sorry to learn of that. What a bummer and a waste of a man’s time, energy and resources. I had one of those last fall. Spent most of his time on his phone or watching tv. Sent him home a week into our two week agreed upon trial stay. What a lazy lout.
  23. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    An utter disaster. Nothing he had said before coming was true; he turned out to be long term homeless with only the clothing on his back and no interest in doing anything but occupying space. Sent him on his way immediately.
  24. We have recently come back to Europe and are in France. We will be in Germany by mid October. America by late november and back to Europe by January. We both work from home and are looking for a houseboy to keep the house tidy and deal with errands and cooking at times. Sexually we are both more top so bottom to vers is preferred.
  25. My only response is through time and patience. It takes time to build trust. Without enough of it there will be no mutual arrangement. Could take a month or two or however long. Only a fool would allow a total stranger you don’t know if you can trust to come in to your home. Good luck to you all and keep on searching. There’s a good one out there for us all.
  26. Buck52

    FAKE ALERT

    Lol! Well DJHJD, better late than never, as they say. I’m glad he came through for ya. So now we are all curious how it turned out. Is he a keeper or not? Best a luck to everyone out there.
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