Call meta billing, tell them you cancelled and are still being billed.
If that doesn't work, call your credit card company and tell them you are being billed after you already cancelled. That any charges from that site are fraudulent. If need be, cancel your old credit card account, and the credit card company should give you a new account number, without any charges to you for the new account.
Very useful review. I have been a member of this site several times in the past, haven't belonged for about 6 months.
Sad to hear that the quality has dropped so much.
This site used to be one of my favorite glamcore sites.
The models were almost all great looking girls.
MetArt adding a tinge of more eroticism to some photosets.
MetArt is still softcore. But yesterday, 2013-10-19, they added a softcore lesbian photoset of two models. The models actually were shown touching and kissing each other's breasts, as well as kissing each other on the lips. A few years back the models might have looked at each other with their eyes, but fondling was strictly forbidden.
I guess Met-Art is trying to boldly step into the new world of eroticism, where being nude is not enough to satisfy its audience.
I saw one video of Meddie and Stacy, titled "Afternoon Orgasms", posted 2012-11-09, that is a shortened version of the same video posted at Beauty Angels (part of the Teen Mega World network). Meddie is called Meddie at TMW, but the other model is named Stasy. That video was posted 2012-04-16.
Very good video, 2 attractive models, nice lesbian scene.
When Grigori Galitsin got into trouble in Russia and went to jail, MetArt removed all of his sets. He was one of the earliest photographers who contributed to MetArt (at the time MetArt was called Most Erotic Teens, which is where the M(ost) E(rotic) T(eens), or Met, came from.
But I have no idea why MetArt has been removing the sets of models recently.
I agree that Berengere A is a great-looking model. She used to have a lot of sets at HegreArt, but I believe they were removed as well.
Sometimes, if a model asks for her sets to be removed, the site will agree. Even though in many cases the site owns the rights to the photosets. I believe they do it out of respect for the model's wishes. Which seems like a nice gesture.
But I have no information on why Berengere's sets were removed.
I'm not currently a member of x art.
When I was a member, I never encountered any download limits or problems. I have a 2.3 MB/sec download speed, and when I first joined, I downloaded a lot of their content in the first few days, and was never blocked.
At a different site, that had a download limit of 10 GB/day, I was blocked, because their system was faulty, and it blocked me after downloading about 3 GB. That happened a few times, being blocked for 24 hours. But it never happened at x art.
The price for each site (with PU discount):
x art $24.95
passion hd $17.95
fantasy hd $17.95
x art has over 300 videos. The videos are short. Many are only around 10-14 minutes in length.
fantasy is small site. Less than 40 videos. The videos run around 30 minutes.
passion hd has over 200 videos. The videos run around 30 minutes.
All three sites are glamcore style. Very attractive models. No gonzo sex (rough, violent, abusive to the women).
I like the selection of models at x art. And the videos and photos. They models are some of the most attractive teens and early-twenties models in porn, and the photographers and video-makers try to present the models as attractively as possible. X-art is my favorite glamcore site, along with the Diesel Access network.
But passion hd also seems like a good site. Not as nice as X Art, which is top-of-the-line. But worth visiting at least once, if you like glamcore style.
But fantasy hd is too small. You can download the entire site in a few days, and then there's nothing else to get.
There's a new photoset at Rylsky Art featuring a model named Jeff Milton.
In spite of her boyish name, she's a knockout.
I wonder where they get the names they use for these models?
Rylsky Art is a new site, started last year. So the site contents are still small.
But Rylsky is a fine photograph, featured at Met Art.
And he has an eye for attractive young teens.
As the site adds more content, it will be worth more.
I wouldn't recommend joining the site, unless you have a favorite model that is featured here. Or you got a steep discount from the $29.99/month regular price.
The style is basically Met-Art softcore approach, with just a touch more harder edge.
But no hardcore that I've seen. No boys at this this site. Just solo girl, or soft girl-girl.
Excellent review, as usual.
There is some duplication of material at TMW and the Diesel Network. But the duplicated material is offered at higher definition at the Diesel network. And I think the same videos are, at least in my opinion, better quality (brighter colors, whatever). So I didn't mind the duplication.
They eliminated a few of the dead sites a while back, the ones that had the least value (very poor quality of videos).
The main draw for me is large number of really attractive models the site offers. I realize many of same models are at other sites (TMW, whatever), but Diesel offers nice videos and photosets of lovely girls in softcore and hardcore.
If you are interested in searching for the material offered on a particular model, a site such as:
might be useful.
It's not as easy as using a better search box at Diesel, but it offers you the chance to see what sites the model appears at, for both videos and photosets.
And you can also search by specific sites, using the Website list hot-link, that lists the models that have appeared at individual sites.
You get free access to what sites, for how long?
And after the free access, which I assume ends in a short while, your free membership, which can be cancelled, I assume, then turns into a paid membership at what price?
There are sites in the Met Art network I would like to visit, if the free membership is for a week or more.
But 1-day memberships are too short for me. I'm not that efficient that I can explore a site in 1 day very well.
I'm currently a member of several sites in the Met Art network, and there's not enough hours in a day to do them justice.
TMW now sometimes requires you to enter a captcha to gain access to the site, in addition to a username and password.
Also, the login process can be slower than before.
When I was a member before, once I entered the site for the day, any time I re-entered the site that same day, I didn't have to re-enter my username and password.
But now, a popup window asks for my username and password, every time I enter the site. And sometimes it asks for a captcha, as well. The captcha is usually easy to read, but sometimes I make a mistake, and have to re-enter a new captcha.
Is a captcha really needed?
The old way, where the site stored a cookie to recognize me to make re-entry automatic, was really nice.
But asking me to re-enter my user name and password every time is just an added step, that is annoying.
And for some reason, when my PC saves the username and password, in a popup window, and I click on the window to gain access to TMW, that does not work. The server does not accept my username and password from the popup window.
I have to close the popup window with my username and password, then click on the hot link for "Current Member Login Here", and then, without entering my username or password, I then enter the site.
Otherwise, I can click the OK button on the popup window with my username and password, which makes the popup window with the username and password disappear momentarily before reappearing, and I can click on the popup window all day, going through a senseless routine of watching the popup window disappear and reappear.
Somebody told me that computers, over time, were supposed to be easier to use.
Was that the same kind of advice that told me that all good Republicans are going to heaven? And all those Democrats are going to hell?
I didn't even know Watch 4 Beauty was going to be part of their network.
It seems that are adding new sites at a rapid pace. Some of the sites are older, established sites, other sites are apparently completely new.
PU has a link to join Watch $ Beauty for $14.95/month.
Like you, I wish Met Art had kept the discount link to join other sites in the network for $10/month.
Maybe, just hoping, if one of the Met Art web masters looks at the PU comments, they might bring it back. Or not.
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