awork anyone shed some light and help me understand?

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BobbyDarin Mon 04-Mar-13 17:42:51

Well, I didn't know what the site was you were referring to, but I googled it and this was top of the pile:

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/relationships/a1381252-Aworks-website-anyone-know-what-this-is

The first post goes like this:

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Aworks website, anyone know what this is? (45 Posts)
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npg1 Wed 11-Jan-12 13:59:40
Hi everyone.

Well I read up a few things and it looks like its not good.

Me and OH have been together a year. He moved in in about july time. He had a credit card which has reached the limit and I told him to cut the card up as he struggles with payments. I have never seen a statement as he says they go to his parents house where he previously lived. I know this card worries him and I said I would be happy to use my savings money to pay the card off, £2000 in the course of about 5 months!

Anyway, today I am using his car, went into the boot and there is a bag with rubbish in etc and on top was a credit card statement so I decided to have a look. There are about 3 payments of £30- £50 each time to aworks. Now am I over reacting? How do I bring this up with him when he gets home tonight, 'oh by the way I saw a statement in the car'? am I a mugg for paying this all off?

We are getting married in september. Please help
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And there are various replies answering this post which seem to imply that there is some sort of adult service involved.

So I thought you could possibly send a private message to the person who posted it, npg1, and see what she knows about this company as her experiences seem to be quite similar to yours.

npg1 Fri 01-Mar-13 13:34:40

I need some help please. Im newly married, trying for a baby and have found several payments to aworks. I dont understand what they are for? Why not just look at free porn? It was £40 payment. Thanks in advance anyone who can help

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