I couldn't find that either, so she said she'd do it for me and asked for my email address.I gave her my email figuring, hell, let's see where this goes!Anyone can copy bank sites, stores, or any other logos and pictures from a web site, and use them elsewhere. I figured out something was up as soon as they asked for CC information, but in the future I will definitely be wiser.
I tried to brush it off though because most of my experience with dating site or app scammers has been that they don't respond at all to what I say and just push right through to there agenda, saying things like "I'm so bored right now" Or jumping right into saying things like "I'm so horny"! lol)So, I let the conversation go on, and then she asked if I wanted to video chat.
I said sure, to which she replied that she tried to invite me, but that it wasn't letting her.
So, is this POF webcam legitimate, or an attempt at identity theft? Its not the provider, but the person who built the free web site, which will more than likely will be abandoned.
I'm running a virus scan, but is there anything else I need to think about? Take a lesson here and never follow a link given to you in an email, without do diligence.
The site probably was made to APPEAR to be maintained by POF, but it was NOT.