I'm not talking about forwarding to other sites, overbillings, or other nefarious actions on the part of Reality Kings. I am speaking to out and out fraud and larceny.
I am an editorial reporter for a small newspaper in Nebraska. My editor gave me the assignment of checking out porn sites and writing an editorial on them. I approached this assignment with a non judgemental mind, and then checked the Internet and various postings, which recommended Reality Kings as the number one porn site. I used the Newspaper's Visa card and signed up for a one-month trial. Not only was the billing for the trial, but I was then billed one dollar per minute, which continues to accrue on my computer.
As if that weren't bad enough, I received a call one hour later from the Bank that handles the Company's Visa card, because of an irregularity. The irregularity was that the card had been charged $10, 000 and change.
As a result of this, my newspaper and the Bank have retained two legal firms and intend to investigate and file charges against Reality Kings.
What began as a routine journalistic assignment, has turned into what will become a legal prosecution of Reality Kings.
I'll go no further, but this bears out the expression caveat emptor!