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  • DonaDiabla
    Crown Prince stars
    DonaDiabla wrote a review about Arousr (3 Likes)

    I am writing about arousr's affiliate program. Okay, I had my affiliate account for 9 months and then they decided to pull my account without reason. Avoid unless you can get on Linda's good side. Smiley :)

    October 28, 2019 - 19:50
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  • bronzib
    Anonymous wrote a review about Arousr (1 Likes)

    Payment rating would be higher if they at least allowed paxum or payoneer or even paypal (loophole makes it perfectly legal to use paypal for payroll) as a payment option for international models. I pay $35 per week just for international wire plus another $10 weekly by my bank to receive the the wire.

    Support can be unsupportive. They make you feel like more of a beggar than a hardworking independent contractor. So, never complain. Plus I've lost some money due to video glitches and they told me it didn't connect.

    Software completely sucks because sometimes when customers run out of credits/tokens and they need to refill, the site doesn't work. Hell, sometimes customers go for days not finding me online because of bugs in web-page redesigns and algorithm changes. The more they fix things, the more they break. When I am online they auto-reply to customers that I am not available and redirect to other models. So, they basically waste my time. It's not like sexting is something you can do in public while enjoying a coffee or the scenery. I lock myself in all day to be available to clients and this is how they replay me - by wasting my time.

    Your actual rev share will only be 34% which is way less than some other cam sites which actually do spend money on driving traffic.

    In the beginning the revenue slit between models was 50/50. Then they found a way to only give new models 40% of the tokens.

    But... they charge clients about 17% more than the value of the tokens. So what that means is that new models only make 34.2% commission.

    Here's the math. $30 worth of tokens cost the client %34.99. But of that your share is only $12.

    $12 of $35 = 34.2%.

    If you don't believe me, sign up as a customer and see your package options.

    You are gonna be working your fingers off just trying to earn decent money.

    Also the ranking algorithm is damned unfair. It takes just one rating below a perfect 5 star to get dumped 80 places. But then it takes 20 five star ratings in a row to get back up to your original rank.

    They always hire new models, because they think people are disposable. I recommend not being loyal to this company and using it only as a side-hustle.

    karma is just around the corner.

    May 26, 2019 - 19:40
  • bunny1847
    Anonymous wrote a review about Arousr (3 Likes)

    Very bad traffic, i earn only 16 dollars per week..Members write bad review for no reason and support closed account if model earn little money..

    December 8, 2018 - 11:59
  • athenarayne
    Experienced stars
    athenarayne wrote a review about Arousr (1 Likes)

    Very little traffic, they do very little to get new girls needed attention; payment was lost several times and I was blamed for not reading a customers mind as a newbie. not suggested

    February 11, 2018 - 0:19
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      Tbh, I've gotten my best customers from Arousr.. W/ the nonchalant suggestion of moving to a dif platform of course.. Traffic is better there than I've experienced anywhere else. You don't even have to advertise or promote yourself.

      Customers can be very demanding and rude. "send nudes" on the first message is way too common -_-
      I've never had a problem with my pay though! Can I ask what you mean by "lost"? That makes me nervous :/

      March 14, 2018 - 4:24
  • FireQueenXXX
    Expert stars
    FireQueenXXX wrote a review about Arousr (1 Likes)

    I was going to install this app but I didn't because the program told me to change security protocols on my phone to allow apps from "unknown sources". I'm not comfortable with this.

    January 9, 2018 - 1:21
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      You need to do that for every app that is not from the android/iphone market. It is normal that a phone asks for that. When I installed navigation from online I had to allow apps from unknown sources

      March 31, 2018 - 9:30