I know, I've reported them and they were never removed. Well I decided to also to go to Cupid which I believe is owned by the owners of and also Zoosk. I found many profiles being shared amongst the three dating sites.Many of the men's backgrounds as far as where they lived, their name, phone numbers, their age, and if they were widowers or married, proved to be inaccurate or false information given by them.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.Some of the men I questioned all seemed to be in business for themselves.When I asked to meet them they were either too busy working either in or out of the country or did not show up.
How do I get my money back and put a stop to future scams. Most US banks will not let you use their credit cards to sign up for a reason -- Cupid will renew your paid membership even when you have an end date.
They hide the place where you get to stop the subscription. It is also filled with romance scammers -- and they are not removed even if you report them. I had written you about and the various foreign men that tried to scam me.