Some systems allow you to block a caller by pressing 8 or report a caller to the moderators by pressing 9 (or some other key depending on the system).Most chatlines offer male callers a 30- to 60-minute free trial.Both male and female callers dial in and through a common access number.As soon as a caller is connected into the system, he is prompted to record his name and a brief greeting describing himself and what he is looking for.The caller has the option to listen only to local callers, or to everyone who is live on the system.As soon as a greeting is played, the caller is prompted to press 1 to connect live with that person, 2 to send her a recorded message or 3 to skip this person and listen to the next person's greeting.You can only talk to one person at a time; if someone is speaking to someone else or not dialed in, you can leave a voice-mail with your ID number.There is nothing to stop users from making arrangements to meet in person. J., men were indicted on sexual-assault charges for allegedly having sex with two sisters, ages 12 and 14, they met via a phone-chat service – which was not named.
Foul language and sexual references are prohibited on recorded greetings and private messages.“There is currently no evidence that The Loup is involved in this issue,” Stevenson told The Post.However, one Loup user told The Post that teens have had bad experiences after meeting phone friends face-to-face.But, much like Internet chat rooms, teens have no way of knowing whom they are talking to.
To use the service, kids phone a toll-free number and make a recorded greeting that includes an ID number.
The older girl had talked several times with one of the men on the phone before inviting him to her home.