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I signed up and was on the site, to discover immediately my password was used for my "handle" name. I called and had them change it, and they warned me I could only do this twice (even though not my error). I finally called, & they told me my account was cancelled and I was credited. Looking at my CC bills, they cancelled the account same day as my change or day after. What is with these supposedly adult men who act like middle school kids? When I logged on last week to cancel my membership, I noticed it had automatically renewed THE DAY BEFORE. When I called their customer service line, no-one answered because it was after hours by 45 minutes. The issue that people are writing has happened to me.
On the dating sites, they tell you to be honest and say thank you, I do not think we are a match. You get called bad names, put-downs about your photos, etc. When I asked to speak with someone from USA couldn't be done. I have been on this site for couple of years now with minor success.
HOWEVER, It did NOT show on my account cancelled, and I was able to log in with my new handle etc. When I left a while ago I was sent emails over email I finally had to block their site because it would not stop. I honestly believe it is company doing this because they're trying to sent flirts, emails, etc to your account. I also signed up for promotion and should be charge next month same price. Within the first 2 weeks my notifications indicated I had over 130 messages and even more flirts. I went ahead and subscribed for 1 month with automatic renewal.
I wasted days surfing this site, sending emails etc. Constant Pop Ups for them wanting me to renew membership. Portions of my profile disappeared when I went to reactivate. Today, I uploaded my head shot, which I had done specifically for these dating sites and they rejected it. It generates so many out of your location you spend more time deleting them. I believe they are the same company because exact same this happen on Match less than 24 hours of our time issues. There was nothing stating that you can not have any type of contact with other members, send or receive messages as well as not being able to see who is sending messages and flirts.
A week before my paid month was up I stopped the auto renewal.
I then added to my profile summary that my membership was over in a week, and if "Mr Right" was there to hurry and contact me.
As we all know, people normally like compliments, but when they’re used as pick-up lines, before you’ve even met in person, they inevitably feel…ew.
He was witty, smart and more flirty than he was at the party.
Do you think they cancelled because of political preference? If one cannot take rejection, then they should not be on Internet dating sites. Either she wants a daddy or a bank account, in my opinion. They get their bank account, and then find a 30 year old stud to help them enjoy their new found treasure. I found myself constantly having to refresh the page. One day I got faved by three different profiles, but the pictures were of the same woman. After a few minutes she told there was nothing she could or would do, and that I still had to pay the for ONE day. If you do want to use this site, pay very close attention to your renewal date, because even ONE day will cost you. It was difficult to get on the site, I had to change my password 3 times. Their system won't give you matches in the location you asked for. You have to go into system and search for your area.
They had zero answers as to why my password was used. Now I am in question, because my password they used was Trump**. Where is their maturity to understand that not all women will want to go out with them. Show me a healthy 30 year old who wants a 50 year old when she can get a great 30 year old. The first two months on Our Time I got hit with so many scammers. I then emailed them asking to cancel and refund my . I called and finally was able to speak with a customer service rep. She told me she did see my email and put me on hold. The company send the emails to you to get you to stay on.
Pictures, names, email addresses, dates of birth and detail of the sexual orientation of unsuspecting members of the public are being purchased by dating websites to create false profiles of attractive people, it has been claimed.
Panorama purchased the data of 10,000 people from Usdate – a company which sells profiles to sites - and found it included photographs of Brad Pitt, Michael Caine and Rick Stein.