One cupid online dating
One cupid online dating
I catch them in their fraud and identity theft, confront them with it, and they break contact with me. If someone were to have told me was a gross waste of time, energy, and money before I joined and paid for it, I'd have never done it after knowing what I know now. I had one that I could report with high confidence to be a real person. With a app on my smart phone or tablet, I can connect with 20-30 scammers in a day pretty easily, which makes a couple hundred in a week; and I suppose into the thousands of people had I done it every day for the whole 90 days.I wouldn't be so upset if there was one genuine person a week over the last 90 days. All the remainder of those that chatted or winked at me was a scammer... Had I not been so good at detecting the scammers and stopping them before they could actively pitch me on an idea to send them money to bring them to the USA, and I was gullible (like many people on the internet is), I'd imagine I'd have been scammed for thousands of dollars.
I have clearly stated in my correspondence, you have failed to supply a copy of your billing policy, complaints procedure(s) or refund of my account.
I had one email saying they were unable to trace my payment.
I have referred this now to my credit card Company. I know that there's been contact with hundreds of people.
You have failed to notify myself of any price increase(s) plus have not supplied any receipts for payments taken.
The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 applied from the 13 June this year (2014) and set out new rules on information to be given to customers, the cancellation rights which your customer will be entitled to, and the express consent needed before you can charge for something.
And I know there is double (or maybe triple or more) that number that I could have reported as scammers but forgot their login to know which account is was what specific scammer. Then they reassure me that they aren't a scammer and I won't have a problem with them.
I noticed that all accounts that contacted will have a location here in the USA or even Europe. They declare they are new to the internet and internet dating, and I'm the first person they've ever talked to.
I would like to exercise my consumer rights and for my money to be return to me immediately.
stole money from me and I never signed up with them.
I sent an email and I then had an email saying my membership had been cancelled. Having then looked at the calibre of people on the site, I decided for a full refund which I requested.
Despite putting the acceptable mileage from my home and age group of men, I was getting communications from as far as 250 miles away and young men younger than my eldest son. Despite repeated requests under the distance selling act for a full refund, all I am getting is emails offering me special deals with their other sites.
They also operate under different names including Over 50 dating which is what I joined. Still got charged, apparently just like many other customers. I've marked many as scammers with the system as they exchange contact information with me.