I've heard the POF love stories, in fact I know someone who is now engaged to someone they met on POF. If you're genuinely looking for a partner, I believe the "old fashioned way" is the way to go.
I've tried on-and-off, but all I seem to find is so called "men" who are only chasing one thing (one night stands), or arrogant child-like "men" who believe they can send a message with nothing but abuse - for no apparent reason!
Will tell everyone I can about this and am starting a class action law suit. I kept getting emails telling me to upgrade, when I didn't respond they upgraded me. Took my money and erased my account totally the next day and ignored every email about the issue.BBB reports on unauthorized use of the Better Business Bureau's name and/or logo for as long as the business continues to use it in any advertising, or for one year after the business ceases any repeated unauthorized uses.The BBB Customer Review Rating represents the customer's opinion of the business.These claims come to our attention from our internal review of advertising, consumer complaints and competitor challenges.
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I'm done with trying to find a life partner from dating sites. I'm gutted and disgusted and POF, you'll be receiving correspondence from my Lawyers. I was told by a woman that she was paid to chat online and by text messages with at least 2 aims. to keep you using the service so they ca,n "upgrade" you to a paying customer. Your profile, pics, credit card details( if your stupid enough to give it) Then try to delete your account. To delete your account you have to log in, but the moment you log in you re activate your account.?
I have been on POF in the past (several years) but returning I find a considerable number of fake and scammer type emails and profiles. It rates pretty much the same as RSVP in terms of the scammer and escort agency profile ratio. I have given really good reviews to companies who give good service. Ever heard the saying " there's no such thing as s free lunch" 2. The pics you posted are now the property of p.o.f, oasis, Ashley Madison, zoosk, elite singles, RSVP, lava life and about 10 other "dating sites" almost all "dating dites" are owned by the same parent company. 5 or 6 years from now, you apply for a job and the HR manager googles your name and up pops those pics, the profile and the type of relationship, or not, that you were looking for.
This is a really good scam, because he gets your trust by telling you how much he wants to be with you and that he loves you and wants to spend the rest of his life with you. He still is talking to me and telling me how much he loves me.
Not only are we having difficulty finding the right romantic partner, but now there are so many online dating sites we’re not sure which one to use to help us find that partn I signed up for two months, I did not agree to auto pay or renewal. I contacted POF to ask how to opt out of the feature as it was a con by themselves to get people to subscribe and their reply was. Unfortunately, we are not able to respond to all emails. Out of date photos, lying and many men that just like to post their possesions My own experience was not positive.
After signing up I received an email stating that I would be billed every two months. I wrote to their customer service department telling them that they were NOT authorized by me to do this.