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Some further filtering options
There are far too many other platforms where you can find things like this and you probably don’t want one that has a small selection and no security. The TNA Board says that their name stands for “Truth in Advertising,” but I struggled to find any truth here.
The first stage – creating an account
I think it’s fair to say that if you’re serious about finding a website where escort reviews are the main focus of what’s going on, TNA Board is the spot for you. The Wrong Format for Picking Up Lot Lizards I wonder if all of TNABoard’s issues stem from the fact that the whole thing is set up like a bulletin board instead of a massive, well-organized and searchable list of escorts like you get on other sites.
In other words, in my opinion, there’s a good chance that you will not get anything out of TNA Board if you have any issues with the links clicked. This shows me that they do not care about users. I’ll just get right into things here. There are various reasons why I suggest avoiding the use of the TNA Board. But I’ll kick things off with some of the terms that I’ve uncovered.
Here’s where things get a little clumsy. On any other American escort site, the States break down further into Cities or at least major metropolitan areas. Instead, the State listings here are broken down into post about Providers, Fetish, LMA and LMS, Weekend, Reviews, ISO, and Discussions.
- Instead, the State listings here are broken down into post about Providers, Fetish, LMA and LMS, Weekend, Reviews, ISO, and Discussions.
- You can read posts and view the providers’ profiles as well as the reviews written by people who have already used their services.
- If you are looking for a hookup partner, you should steer clear of TNAboard.
- After you choose a region, you can see the girls who advertise their services in your area.
I altered my search to include more body types and hair colors, and still only got one fucking member. There was a checkbox to find TNA Verified members, but that’s clearly a joke if I can’t even find more than one non-verified escort in my major metropolitan area. We’ve got multiple airports, so I’m 100% positive we have multiple hookers in this town. The intrusive registration is quick, at least.
I’m entitled to my opinion as are you. Which is why I’ve published your comment. However, I just don’t see the need for it knowing how there are so many better sites out there and ones that cost next to nothing to join (in fact, most are 100% free). Again, no offense but TNA is just not for me and I’m sharing my thoughts.
I’m confirming that I 100% do not agree with what TNA Board does and why they exist. The site is nothing more than a forum for people looking to connect with possibly disease infested escorts. Not to mention that hiring an escort is illegal in most areas of the United States. There are listings here for a huge number of locations, including Colorado, Arizona and even Alaska!
Not here. One of the most important things I found in their terms and conditions is that they admit that they do not have control over any of the ads or links on the page. They basically admit that you aren’t protected, and they don’t stand behind what they post.
You can read posts and view the providers’ profiles as well as the reviews written by people who have already used their services. A member can also leave his or her own vouch.
The information that is provided is generic information that can easily be faked. Most of the girls I found on TNA had very little information filled in and nothing to show that they were real or had a personality. If you have ever been to a real site of this kind, you know that the girls each have their own distinctive personality that often comes out in their profile.
These categories are all well and good, but American states are fucking big. While TNABoard’s setup would work just fine for browsing sluts in a bunch of little European countries, Americans would benefit enormously from just one more level of geographic specificity.