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Shtyle.fm has a consumer rating of 2.8 stars from 22 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. Shtyle.fm also ranks 7th among Role Playing Games sites.

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Top Positive Review

“Or not”

Martina N.
11/2/19

I don understand this site. Cosa vende? Vedo un sito fatto bene. Le immagini sono nitide. Sono interessata a conoscerli

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Top Critical Review

“Let me out”

Marguerite G.
3/30/18

Every lowlife that can be gathered they are here. Money making. Can't find my friend going now to delete

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Reviews (22)

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martinan7
19 reviews
4 helpful votes
November 2nd, 2019
I don understand this site. Cosa vende? Vedo un sito fatto bene. Le immagini sono nitide. Sono interessata a conoscerli
daved7
2 reviews
3 helpful votes
May 1st, 2015
Shtyle is a bit different to other social networks - not so many commercial pressures as most and they do respond to concerns over scammers and other pests rather quicker than most.

After over 6 years on the site I am sure it can be relied on to provide an easy to use social network for beginners and experienced web users alike.
anthonyt18
2 reviews
10 helpful votes
January 4th, 2013
Like many other sites, this one also asks everyone to register/log in using their facebook signin... NEVER do that for ANY site! It allows ALL sites you log in with using your facebook account to send all your facebook contacts emails that look like they are from you. Always just register with any site using a username and a created password. One thing about shtyle.fm is that I think i picked up a hijacker virus from it and am trying like hell to find a way to get rid of it. Symptoms are that when I click on a link to take me to a site, the page goes white for a quick second and the words "about: blank" appear in the address bar and then it quickly goes to the site. What happened is that the company who created this virus monitors all of your surfing clicks and sells this to advertisers... make a lot of money. I have tried just about every malware program and none of them can find it. But my Avira Anti-virus home edition (freeware) usually puts up a small notification that says "host. Exe" stopped from entering your computer and is quarantined whenever I click on shtyle.fm. So, I think it is infected and the company needs to look into this!

Q&A (37)

Answer:

The current ads might not technically be porn, but are certainly causing some issues, complaints have been made to the site management. I think the short term answer would be to install an ad blocker to your browser.

By Dave D.
Answer:

Wait and try again as they suggested. I've never seen that on Style in over 6 years using it, but it seems likely that it was a one off server error or maybe a maintenance mode response. Facebook Hi5, Tagged, etc have all had similar maintenance issues several times, especially Tagged which has often been offline for hours at a time.

By Dave D.
Answer:

I think there was a glitch today for a few hours. I had a temporary error message myself and it was about 3 hours before the issue cleared. It was quite probably an error on a server - have you tried again to see if it is cleared now?

By Dave D.
Answer:

Do you mean can your messages be private? Yes, the only people who can see a chat message you send to another member is them - only if your messages were reported for some offence would staff be required to look. In general all the social sites have a message system that is rather harder for a hacker to view than your emails.

By Dave D.
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Not specifically a dating site - but most social networks are used as if they were by people who don't want or cannot afford the costs of the mainstream dating sites. I see a few people making it very clear that is why they are using it - but they might not get much better results on a dating site anyway, since the honesty of members is the key factor if the dating process has any chance. Way too many people are unaware of how badly they use social media in general - those that lie are way more likely to be the losers in the end - a few weeks of pretence might lead to a few minutes across a restaurant table... It is probably a matter of self confidence - if we have self belief, why would other people not recognise that confidence and be happier than finding even one lie from those that play 'games'. Liars and losers on any network - especially the dating scammers, many sleeping with steel bars instead of curtains tonight. :)

By Dave D.

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