Last update: January 11, 2021
This is a real joke. I think most of the males are on the site hoping to hook up with one of the fake female porn stars. There is no fee for the talent to sign up so there isn\\\'t any validation process. I would not waste my time or money. The male models RARELY respond. If they are seriously interested in work and if INFONET validated the job seekers it might be worth 9.95 a month. And by the way - toward the end when you are going to cancel - you start getting emails - its all fake.
ProsNone - I have not been able to hire one person from this site and most are fakes.
ConsNO verification on talent; no charges for the talent to sign up causing it to be a fraud against the employer.
99% fake girls on there. When you go online the same girls are online 24 hours a day/7days a week? How's that? The rest of the girls MIGHT reply with a where you located, then reply once you let your membership expire, so you will rejoin to read messages, then they, ONCE AGAIN don't reply.
ConsJoke, the owner needs a visit.
Sexy Jobs is not a talent agency or talent management Company, so I'm not even sure why they're listed here.
It's a site that allows anyone (and I mean anyone) to sign up claiming to be a porn producer, porn agent, etc., so long as they're willing to pay a small monthly fee. Therefore, it's kind of hit or miss. It's a lot like Craigslist, only the government hasn't yet shut it down, and it's only for adult industry gigs. But again, it's hit or miss (and - most of the time) it's gonna be a miss. IMO, as a new model, you would be better off checking reviews of the different agencies here on this website, and signing up with whichever one you vibe with.
ProsFree for talent to sign up
ConsYou get what you pay for
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