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Occasionally, Met-Art deletes the photo sets of some models.
I assume this is probably done at the request of the model.
But I found that one photo set of the model named Anita C at Met-Art has been deleted.
The photo set is named "Chariye", originally posted 2014-04-26.
Anita C has plenty of other sets at Met-Art (and Femjoy and MPL Studios and many other sites), so I don't know what the reason would be for deleting this particular set.
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 firmly believe that a web site is only as good as its customer service. Once again this week, Met Art demonstrated that it is an AWESOME web site by providing some of the best online customer service I have ever experienced.
I upgraded my subscription from monthly to annual. My monthly subscription was through Epoch and my annual subscription is now through their new biller(Rocketgate?). What I did not realize is that Epoch had already queued me up for my monthly charge, which I saw on my account a few days after upgrading. I sent an email to Met Art support telling them about the issue. Within a few minutes, here is first class the response I got:
My name is amnon and im the CEO of MetArt,
So sorry for your trouble; however rest assured you are in great hands and our support team is looking into this issue ASAP.
we will make you happy.
all the best,
OK, I'm not easily impressed, but here is a guy who truly understands how important it is to be responsive to customers.
So many other websites (adult or otherwise) really don't care when there are problems and some (often adult) are downright obnoxious (Go look at the chain of my MPL Studios comments. I complained about an easily resolvable problem and MPL Studios blamed ME and permanently kicked me off of their site.)
Oh, and yes, I was promptly refunded the Epoch overcharge and received a follow up email from Met Art customer service to ensure everything was OK.
Kudos to Met Art for not only having a terrific web site, but for ensuring that, in the words of the CEO, "I am happy". Yes, I am happy. Thank you very much!
I was wondering why some models and their sets have been deleted. Have returned to the site after a hiatus and went looking for some of my favorite models; only do discover some of them, and all their seta, missing. Berengere A, Alessandra D, and Roarie A come to mind immediately.
Does anyone know why Met Art deletes some of their models and all of their sets?
Just got a mail: Get free access to any of the sites...
The entire - and newer Met Art Network - not for me: One day! - and then a month at normal price.....you got to be fast to cancel, LOL.
They got this new site: Stunning 18 - including (apparently) new sets of the cute Sasha Rose - but: she's back to beeing a brunette.......and: it had to come: New tits....
It used to be that if you were a member of one of the MetArt sites, you could join any of the other sites for $10/month.
Then, about a month ago, I posted a comment that maybe that discount was disappearing. Because sometimes I could find the link to the discount page, and sometimes it seemed to disappear.
This last week I couldn't find that link for $10 memberships, but found a new link to a $20/month membership to join any other site in the MetArt network.
Now it appear that link is gone, and the only links I can find are offers to join any of the other MetArt sites for $30/month, which is the regular price. No discount.
However, if you search around, and are lucky, you can find some links to join one of the MetArt sites for a discounted price, of $20 or less.
OK. I found a link to subscribe to one of the sites for $9.99/month (SexArt). And during the sign-up process, they offered me choices to sign up to any of the other sites in the MetArt network for $10/month. I signed up to Rylsky Art and The Life Erotic. It's only money. Too many sites, not enough time to go through them. But the price is cheap enough, and I'm tired of hunting for discount links to join these sites.
PS: I know many of the models at Rylsky Art are also at MetArt, but I'm falling in love again. Many of these models are incredibly gorgeous.
Rylsky Art is softcore, like Met Art. If you don't like softcore, these sites are not for you. But Met Art is probably one of the finest, certainly the largest, softcore teen glamor site on the internet.
About a month ago I posted a comment that the upgrade plan for members of the Metart network might be changing.
I wrote that, as a member of one of the Metart network sites, you could sometimes find the page that offered a discounted $10 per month membership to any of the other sites in the network, and other times, that offer seemed to be unavailable.
Now I see that there is a different offer being made at the site, where a current Metart member (a member of the Metart network) can now join one of the other sites for $19 monthly.
So I assume that the $10 monthly plan is no longer being offered. Or if it is still being offered, I can't find it.
I wish that Metart would post a note explaining that these offers will be changing, before they change them.
Finally have access again. I know I will never get an explanation from Comcast or Met-Art. Somewhat baffled, I am assuming at this point Comcast needed to confirm my identity along with my PC and account etc. For what purpose? I can only guess it wasn't for anything good. Makes you feel like law enforcement will raid my house or something over porn usage. Either way, I felt you all should know that ISP's are not your friends.
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