He asks her if she would like to video chat with her.
She says ok but to protect her privacy he needs to sign up on a webcam service website and sends him the affiliate link.
But (3rd warning) send 20 or so "are you real" messages out and you get no replies. Now you try to get them to turn off the recurring charge (.41/mo - geez! Theirs is a cancellation with a lot of steps to it. Eventually, you are given a "cancellation code" that you have to give to a butter-voiced customer disservice representative who will then try to sell you on one of their other products ("Hotties.com" or some such). But a week later the monthly charge shows up on your charge account.There’s always a way.” The number of people who have this mindset is quite surprising, but here is why it is objectively false for the most part: Many users on Twitch love the ability to watch their favorite games, events, streamers, and more with the ability to talk to others as they enjoy the stream together in their own manners; however, not everyone may enjoy the stream as much as others.Of course, one cannot please everyone at once—especially when these numbers skyrocket to numbers in the thousands—but there is a way to please the mass majority of people within the area.3) So delete everything you have on me in all your products and give me back my f**king money! You have to look into international agreements on wire fraud, I suppose, to pursue your threat of criminal complaint, as all their practices fit the definition ...or catch a flight for the British Virgins loaded for bear.The answer is simple: Twitch chat cannot be ignored—for it is not the horrible place that it is assumed to be.