Dating service keeps calling dating a bro
COM, but I have no recourse with them because the only way to send a help request/message is through being logged into your account and mine was compromised and not accessible.I tried to call a number online that was listed as a support number.So if you’re going through this get help and get your funds back. The % of chemistry you shared with potential matches was helpful. It wasn't hard to use if you had to update information or tweak details.I eventually found my match, after only having to meet two men, the second one was my match.The most frustrating part about all of this is that when asked for my phone number "to confirm my account", specifically stated that they do not sell your information to third-party companies; that is fraud!Of course, there's no way to prove it, and that's why whoever owns this app is obviously making tons of cash.
10% are transexuals posed as females (Be careful guys, some of them advertise themselves as real women).
The number immediately disconnected and a different number (800) 505-8921 called me back. COM because there has to be *some way* to contact the company besides only having an active account.
The person spent almost two hours getting me to share my computer screen and also my phone on the pretense of refunding me money. My account was hacked, they deleted access, and now I cannot access it at all.
What I found was profile after profile of women who simply do not exist. They promise debt relief, or tell you you've won something, or that you're approved for a credit card from "The VISA-Mastercard Company".
You write them a message, and they reply back with a message (rife with typos) asking you to sign up for another service so you can "hook up". Before downloading this app, I hardly ever got calls from telemarketers; maybe once or twice a month. I've had the same phone number for over fifteen years, and I really don't want to change it, but today with telemarketers using special algorithms so they call from a different phone number every time, there's absolutely no way to block them.