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If you’ve purchased a membership to an adult site, then you have likely seen a three-day trial option advertised. These trials offer you the chance to visit the site for a few days without paying the full membership fee. It can be a great tool to help you decide whether or not you want to join, but there are some things you need to be aware of from the start.

Ideally, the money you spend for the trial period would permit you full access to everything within the members’ area. However, this isn’t always the case. Some sites put limitations on what you can stream and download when you take the trial option. How is this possible? Some sites record the amount of bandwidth that you use and put a cap on it, which limits you from downloading anything else. Other sites restrict you so you can only see what you are missing out on without really giving you access to anything. Finally, they can also set the number of scenes you are able to download. While the latter is similar to the download cap, it is structured differently and worth a mention. These are some of the usual issues you can come up against when a site offers a limited porn trial.

There is good news for smart consumers out there. The majority of sites are just looking to do good business with you so buying memberships is usually an easy and safe process. Aside from the sites themselves, credit card companies also have a stake in your transaction. They take complaints very seriously and will withdraw their service from any company that practices deceptive billing tactics. Finally, aside from the majority of honest adult sites and credit cards having your back, we here at RabbitsReviews are also looking out for you.

We work hard to make sure that sites with limited trials are pointed out on each review. If a site has limited trials, you will see the words, "Limited Trial" in bright red next to the trial price. By being a smart consumer and a frequent visitor of RabbitsReviews.com, you can avoid all of these problems before they begin.

If you have any questions or want to report a site that has limited trials, please contact us here.