Sorry for digging up an oldish thread but I found it a fascinating read.
I would assume for a scammer running a few profiles successfully it would take more time for them to be created than it does us to report them in your thread?
No problem about the thread I expect many missed it and it's an eye-opener and I refereed to it yesterday elsewhere anyway.
Definitely, reporting a profile is a quick process and they mostly go depending on the evidence, any pictures that they don't own and it's curtains. If there is no image match it takes a bit of 'monitoring' and a reasoned argument as to it being fake is mostly taken on-board by Adultwork, though it does on occasion take a few attempts. I swear they sometimes have a trainee on duty.
They'll sometimes set the profile as 'Erotic Content' initially and later I notice it's suspended whilst it sometimes just stays as content only. Who knows what action goes on behind the scenes when it comes to actually paying out though not that I'm suggesting they sometimes sit on a profile and let it gather more credits (profit).
On the image matching some Pro$$ieNet Pro$$ies will suggest it's unfair as the girls may have done some porn or modelling, I say bollocks to that crap and take some new ones though it must be difficult with the availability of devices these days. Some of these fools haven't got a clue to the extent of scamming and exposing the bogus ones helps genuine girls as well.