Okcupid never pay for dating
None of them take responsibility for the scam artists they allow, they should be made do so in law and made accountable for the many bad things that happens.£30 a month fee??? OKcupid had my credit card data on file and one day just started charging an account a month.
I wasn't using this account anymore and didn't realize it till a year and a half later.
I hesitate to answer most of them as I don't wanna come across as excessively picky. My first date was with a woman that ended up jumping into her car and driving for three hours to meet me. Things went this way for a total of ten different women in a six month period of time. I called them and they were SO rude with me and said I didn't read the terms and conditions so that's my problem. I had NO IDEA the bastards were going to automatically sign me up for a month membership.
I absolutely HATE the word "should" being in the main profile structure. It can not be helped that human nature judges books by their covers. Number ten turned out to be the right one and we have been together full time for a year and a half. They are feeding me bull crap that I will receive an email in 24 to 48 hours from the billing department. I'm sure everyone reads the terms and conditions right? My first comment is that ALL ''dating'' sites should be regulated stringently.
The company refuses to talk about it and has blocked my IP address, deleted my account and doesn't respond to emails.
Their social media team on twitter makes it seem like they take care of things with messages like 'Oh sorry you are having an issue just DM us and we will look into it" you do that and no response. maybe they do with my money in the end but please dont' ever give them your data and avoid using this scam company.
Yagan was also involved with The Spark.com, as well as Meta Machine, Inc., Delias, Corp., and Barnes & Noble, Inc.
Krohn and Rudder were responsible for two of the most important parts of Ok Cupid:the OK Web Server and the Ok Trends blog. Ok creates a unique dating environment by putting heavy emphases on member participation.
Ok Cupid takes privacy very seriously, offering a range of privacy controls to members.
However, I have just discovered that when someone searches for my user name in Google, one of my photos comes up, and with it, a paragraph from my profile appears.
This is one of the methods Ok Cupid is using to advertise its site.
My personal info is not supposed to be seen by those not registered to use that site.
My personal info is also not supposed to be used for Ok Cupid's advertising purposes.