Note that there are many URL’s that have the same site title “Craig Personals”.They come and go so you might not have connected one of the specific sites found here, if you found this searching Craigpersonals, it is a scam.In other sites, there is some fine print you can see.In terms and conditions, you can find how they make their money…Unlike other sites that use a browser based java script program to detect your general location, this site does it ‘server side’ meaning that the code to detect where you are is on the server and not visible to the public. If you want to know more about how this money making scheme is working, Read this post on the Matrix of the Scam.
If you have found a site that looks anything like the logo (continue reading See Website Pic below), it is a scam.
It is browser based (not email), meaning it will allow the sender to contact their target person, on their browser, regardless of what website they might be visiting.
It is a perfectly legitimate technology and legitimate company that runs the service. Pushcrew states that they create unique subscriber ID for the user, and that there is a cookie placed on the browser.
Jessica’s picture from the website is found in multiple places using a Tineye Search.
The page also shows several other potential “dates” as well.