They are a very poor company and their customer service sucks. (in 57 reviews)
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I tried POF with no luck then was talked into trying Match. So signed up. First off girls just vanish. Then went out with a girl, we hit it off. She said wanted to see me but start things slow. She vanished. Then, saw another girl for four months. Things were great. Met her family, friends, went to her sisters wedding. All of a sudden. She wants to focus on school and doesn't want a relationship. I don't get people.
I joined www.match.com in August and paid $42 around September I had no matches and the site was lacking members, so I canceled my subscription, I canceled the auto renewal and deactivated my account, well now a message comes on my phone stating that www.match.com has taken out $46 from my credit card, This is the worst type of dating scam!
This proves that there are heartless humans out there willing to do anything to fix there pockets at the advantage of the disadvantage.
They let me pay $60 then shut down my account with no notice. I pay a lot of money only to get no notice even though I didn't break any guidelines. All I did was look for someone worthwhile and I get shut down with no notice when I did nothing wrong. Terrible site, terrible app, terrible customer service. Save your money tinder is more worthwhile than this crap!
I signed up for service and they billed my cc for 3 months. I NEVER HAD ACCESS to the site because of a technical glitch on their end that they conceded. They still would not refund my $51 after several attempts. Forced to dispute with credit card company. ABSOLUTE WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE EVER!
The bill you even if you cancel your subscription or update your account to not auto renew. They even have record of you updating to not auto renew but will make an excuse as to why you are still billed. They will make up a reasons for it. You need to call your credit card company and have them block their changes once you cancel. Please do not trust calling them or canceling your account on line or on the phone, even if you have the name of the person.
This and datesforyou.org are the only dating web site I paid money for. Yes I received lots of unsolicited email and chat requests from stunning women all across the world. Probably all of them were fake.
Anyway I would recommend datesforyou.org a little bit more. Maybe you give both an try!
Don't pay for it and go for free websites:
-You cannot attach anything to your email/messages on this website
- &You can't reply the messages through your personal email (so no attachment at all!)
-The system does not follow your deal breakers... you will see all the crappy options who are not matching yourself, neither your criteria for your match... there is no process for offering you Match, but just random !
It is my first week, and the weak design of the website makes me sure I have already wasted my money for 3 months membership! spend that money in a bar... You wont see a match, but would enjoy your drink!
I had joined match.com on a one month trial basis. Somehow, I felt this site could not be as bad as the many many bad reviews would suggest. So, with a sense of fairness in mind , I said to heck with it and lets see what happens.
There are times when in dealing with businesses that we all truly understand they are all trying to make a buck. Whether that is Walmart.com maybe inflating the stated savings for an item, or some companies getting their employees to write good reviews for them. That's life and that is business. The very nature of such is selling a product service presented or in many cases overly presented to increase chances of a sale.
Nothing new there and we all know and accept it. But not is all lost. Just as companies have tricks of the trade to ensure maximum profits, so do consumers have the ability to look for savings and huge discounts. So the overall playing field is not as one sided as we would expect.
Then along come the likes of Match.com and their ilk. Where does one start with total dissatisfaction with this company. Everything and I mean everything is a scam. The only saving grace for match.com is the clever nature of how they have some nifty programmers and process architects at the company. I work in this field myself so am qualified to offer a validated comment or two in this regard. Though not working for a company like match.com or any one like it. So, basically , for all those out there who wonder how does thing work or who comes up with the concepts etc. Let me fill you in.
On the outside, from the customer facing viewpoint, we see or believe we see countless individuals similarly looking to meet others on this site. The plethora of pretty profile pics and bios would suggest this site really attracts the best out there. Look for yourself, there are for the most part some of the prettiest and best presented people on match.com. Now, as every new user imagines they are in with the best group around. Clever use of consumer psychology to let you think you as the new member are in with the in crowd. The use of dubious winks and interests etc. are merely a system automated process to take the place of actual and real users. Almost in the same fashion as an iv unit in a hospital will at intervals provide the correct dosage to the patient, so does the system of winks and interests work the same way.
Now for the profiles, did anybody know that match.com has devised templates to fill in many profile bios. It is all so simple in fact. Again I work in this area and know how it works. Many of the pics are harvested from all sorts of internet sources. Sure there maybe be some honest profiles , like mine and yours , and pics to go along with them. But again , it is quite easy in this industry, from personal experience, with the clever use of data source management to make anything look real. So , think of it like this, there is most probably an employee at match.com sifting through expired or cancelled profiles and searching for good pictures to then send to another dept to come up with profile bios. Then the finished product in the form of the profile is set aside in a database of profiles. When a new user joins, the location, age group, likes dislikes etc. of the user are recorded. All this is done to tailor the response profiles to fit the member preferences. Pretty nifty eh !.
Ever wonder why after receiving winks and favorites that the profile is then hidden or unavailable. This I must admit is really really clever. I counted 47 winks and favorites received only to find that the profile is hidden. To think in any reasonable terms that many members on match.com are prone to absurdly uncommon and unusual behaviour is a little hard to believe. Now comes the moment to pause and think for one second. If match.com was a reputable company , then they would have investigated why virtually every profile becomes hidden within minutes of activity. Now that is and is most possibly the straw that will eventually break the camels back. Pushing the ball back to match.com in this regard is most certainly something they have not looked at for now, or come up with some angle to excuse themselves from any wrongdoing.
Recently, I contacted match.com corporate office and insisted that I communicate with one of their senior mgmt. to outline my concerns. The very next day, there is not one wink , interest, email or favorite from "other" members. Zero Nada. When for some weeks before I would routinely receive a regular stream of the new winks and favorites from individuals in my area. My account is still active and paid for . No changes there. I will let you make up your own mind on that one ok.
Really, I am so interested to see what eventually happens to match.com and their ilk. Much needed regulation and judicial oversight is required to protect the interests of customers totally and utterly duped by such fraudulent business practices as those shown by match.com
I just called Match.com customer service to request a refund because they renewed my membership without sending me an email saying that they were going to do that. I spoke to Andres and to his manager Wilson R and they both refused to help me. They were both extremely rude and didn't want to hear what I had to say. Match.com has the worst customer service ever and they don't care about their customers. I will never recommend this site again becuase they just want our money.
I contacted Match.com to warn them about a man I met on their site back in June. Sadly, I was the one to reach out by commenting on a photo on his profile. He responded almost immediately and so it began. As a woman in her late 40'summer with plenty of life experiences, including bad relationships and my share of heartache, I wanted to believe that this person on the other end of a computer was not going to bend a jerk or predator.
After emails and learning the basics about each other and discovering he was in Afghanistan working, I still thought he was worth meeting. What could it hurt?
I should have known better that a man who is away every 3 months and across the world only to be home a couple days here and there wasn't looking for a relationship. I should have guessed when our first date was less about having meaningful conversation and more about plenty of distractions yet eager to make out with me at the end of the date...he was too eager and presumptious, but I just thought he really liked me and so I let it go.
I made the mistake of flying out to see him when he asked. I made the mistake of not telling him there would be no sex during that 4 day visit. He assumed we would, but was so sweet to inform me we wouldn't have sex that first evening when I arrived. That's when I told him I had no intention of having sex and that I wanted something meaningful, a relationship and not just a one night stand or hook up. I told him I didn't want to be uses and discarded. He heard me, but he still wanted what he wanted. Stupidly, loneliness, desire, and the need to be wanted got the best of me and I caved. It was a huge mistake. Ladies, it will always be a huge mistake for us when we give ourselves so easily to men. Just because they like,us doesn't mean they want a relationship with us! We get caught in the moment and take chances and even dangerous risks to out health. He had every intention of having sex that weekend yet no condoms on hand nor a menation of whether he was HIV/AIDS/STD free. It was I who brought it up and started that conversation before anything ever happened.
As a woman, sex means more to us and we cannot have sex without becoming emotional or developing feelings for that person we give our bodies to...it just isn't chemically possible. This man I trusted, liked, cared for and was so excited about - that I failed to ask the questions I needed and wanted to ask because I was afraid it would scare him away - called me, wrote to me, text me and made plans for another weekend together. He had me somewhere I had never been before with any man and I lost myself. So many possibilities and potential plans as I counted the says until he returned. After another month - only this time hewas up visiting family in New England - he made sure we met up hours before our weekend was to begin so we could carry out something he wanted to do with me. Again, I just gave him what he wanted and then some. Didn't matter that I told him how much it meant to me to give him what he wanted, nor did it matter how much I wanted our weekend, he later called to cancel plans that night. And that's where it all really began to unravel.
I knew he was still on match even after we were intimate and I was uncomfortable and afraid. Yes, I hinted at it, but fear crept in and so I didn't dare question him on what it was he was doing or what we were doing. He told me we were dating on our second date. He talked about future plans to go places and more. I was naive and allowed him to dictate and control everything we were to do and did.
I got a call from this man I grew to care about, this man I thought was a gentleman and a man of faith telling me he had thought it over and realized that due to his work schedule (not being around enough) and that I became attached too quickly, that it was over. I was shocked, confused, hurt, and numb. We didn't just go out to dinner a movie a few times and parted ways. He said and dud things that would make any woman believe and think that not only were you dating each other, but in the early stages of a romantic adulthe relationship.
Please understand that I never expected anything more than to proceed as we were doing, allowing time to take its course and see where things between us would go. I waited a month for him to come home and suddenly, there I was wondering what happened.
He left town again and I couldn't understand what happened. He didn't have the decency or honor to have met me in person to discuss. He had no issue when it came to having sex so soon, but my caring about him, well that was just too much to handle I guess.
So there I was blaming myself for everything and he never said I'm sorry. I asked if all that took place between us meant nothing to him and he said nothing. It came down to a "Yeah" from him when I asked, "So that's it??"
This man continued to be on match right after he was done with me and was on it right before my membership expired. This man who told me he realized he didn't want a relationship due to his schedule had updated his profile to say that he is looking for the "one". Someone to hold hands with when he is 70 and tell himself how lucky he is. Funny coming from someone who just let some who wants a relationship and cares enough about him to try and work things out after he went back to Afghanistan. The man who actually called me and wrote how me might be able to do things we were supposed to do when he came back home. Yes, I was excited and yet a fool to think I could trust him again. That's why I wrote him a couple times asking him to think about what he wanted and to let me know because I couldn't take the chance to wait another month and a half only for him to change his mind and leave me waiting and devastated.
Guess asking for an answer was too much for him. His email response left me NUMB. He could have been nice and decent, but instead he was cruel. He wrote " 'dating" was something we have never done". He wrote I was a stalker and not to reply with an email telling him how awful he is because he had enough already. Perhaps those awful emails are from the other women he has been communicating with who he has hurt. Maybe it's from the woman he loves her legs in yoga pants...he had email me once stating how much he loved my legs in yoga pants, but I never wore any for him. It didn't hit me until after it ended and that made me worry even more about who the man I was with really is.
I called and emailed Match.con and all they wrote back is that "appropriate action " had been taken. Due to privacy policies, that's all they would allow me to know. That's interesting. Sour that tells us that anyone can get a paid Match.Com membership and have access to countless numbers,of men and women who are truly seeking a relationship and potentially be hurt by scammers, predators, and others posing as wanting a relationship when it's sex they really want.
I'm sure gbow321 will be online and continuing to find another person, like myself, who will give him a chance in spite of his schedule (for the next 2 Years and maybe longer) because they believe what he says, presents, and says he will do only to find themselves tossed aside.
I was an idiot , bit you don't have to be. Please take this warning seriously. I am not a stalker,nor am I a woman who is seeking revenge because this man wasn't into me after a couple dinner dates, nor do I want this man in my life ever again. There are many more explicit details about what took place between myself and gbow321 to prove what I'm saying is truthful and not some vendetta. As a woman, I must protect other women from what some men do so easily and without remorse. As I wrote him in a final email to him (for myself and not for him), I will never make the mistakes made with gbow321 again with any man. Get to know these men online, ladies. Ask everything upfront and do NOT be afraid to state what you want and will not do until that man has proven themselves to be worthy and in an exclusive and committed relationship with you!!! Do not settle and do not allow Match.Com to continue taking your money if they cannot protect you from people like gbow321 on their dating site.
There needs to be a profile rating system where members can post anything negative (based on actual facts/proof) to warn other members. If you pay a fee, then this should be part of the membership benefits, don't you agree?
Am writing my first review based on dealings with Alexander, Employee ID 21353 at Match.com. He was polite but extremely unhelpful and sounded almost like a robot. Additionally he allowed his staff to be rude and did not even apologize when I mentioned how rudely his staff had treated me when I asked to be transferred to a supervisor. Match.com STOLE money from me and Alexander did nothing to fix the situation. He acted like a puppet instead of a supervisor. I'm not sure of the qualifications needed to work at this company but they should be raised.
Also did not meet anyone and was not matched with anyone that fit into the (BROAD) specifics I had input
Am quite a switched on person, so realised early on I was being messaged
by a scammer. However, tried to delete my photo and my details and am unable
to do it. Match.com not great at stopping taking money, so you will have to change your
card. A lot of fake profiles, not valid and one main concern was a scammer using photos of a U.S. army serviceman, supposedly now living here in a Scotland. I genuinely thought he
looked handsome. He does exist somewhere in the U.S. The poor guy probably has photos
of himself and his family on Facebook etc and doesn't know that someone has copied them and used them. Well dodgy. Worryingly, it seems too easy to do.
So my friend who is single told me she saw my husband on this site. I then created a fake account for myself and well there he was saying he was single, lying about his age and basically his entire life. I reported it to match telling them this was my husband and real info. So the decided to ban me for being married but left his account intact. I went on match again this time with my friend, and we found he had 2 accounts on there not just the 1. So we proceeded to report this information to match, They still did not ban either of his accounts. So they can keep his fake accounts up, cause he is not going to be my husband for much longer. This is a very dishonest dating site with a lot of fake accounts and liars. Buyer beware.
Whatever you do, do not use match.com!! Let me save you some time and money. From my 3 month experience - which I could not get my money back - at least 30% of the "connections" are from fake accounts. This website does not do any sort of account validation and you will be spammed all day long from gorgeous 29 year old models who only want to date 50 year old men. These are all fake accounts and you will get spammed all day - match.com will do nothing about it and you will not get your money back
very unhappy with the website - I keep getting faake profiles .. I have not manage to see any real profile yet..
Ok so I'm not MODEL typr guy - But I have above average looks and good job etc etc ..
re you kidding sent over 100 winks emails etc .. and not even 1 reply .. all the replies I have is from Fake accounts. Mostly out of state :) What a waste of money this was
here is an email I just sent to their 'customer care' team:
Here are a few of my complaints.
1) Repeat billing without an opt-in
2) Automatically checked but unwanted extras when signing-up
3) No contact from other users except when I am NOT signed up
4) Change in repeating billing policy with regards to boosts and subsequence ‘top-up’ of boosts when I clearly only wanted to purchase 10!
5) Numerous bogus contacts
6) No dates for over a year despite being a decent looking guy !
7) Difficulty in finding a support number and being cut off when you select the ‘cancel repeat subsciption’ button
8) Inability to remove my credit card from your database unless I renew my subscription!!
9) making it as difficult as possible to cancel repeat subscriptions.
It is #8 which concerns me the most experience tells me you are in the habit of using my credit card without my consent.
Clearly it is illegal to refuse to allow me to change or destroy confidential personal data unless I pay you money so now I am formally requesting that you remove my credit card from your database.
If you refuse to do this please give me the name of the bank and I will cancel the card.
Failing that I will have to track it down myself and cancel the card, but a modicum of help from you would be nice.
I joined with a link to a 3 day trial. By the second day I had already been contacted by 5 fake profiles. I tried to end the trial and found out that MATCH. COM, had redirected my sign up and I had purchased an actual membership without my knowledge. No refunds, no one cares if you are scammed. STAY AWAY, use a different dating site.
I called and requested a refund, where I was hung up on by David - the supervisor, because he was tired of talking to me. I have spent a lot of money on your services - at which I was not provided. I am hoping that you have enough respect for me, your loyal customer, to issue the full refund. I understand that in your terms and conditions, that was repeated to me time and time again by the call services that intentionally hung up on me; however, at this point, it's not about the money, it's about the way you treated someone who trusted you and your abilities to provide a service. I am appalled and this will not only affect the way I view your company, but I will also share my experiences with everyone I come in contact with in regards to the way I was treated. I am, in no means, threatening the validity on your company, but I will say that I no only feel cheated, but used by Match.com.
I contacted your customer service twice today, the first call was disconnected, so I thought, the second time when I asked to talk to a supervisor in the USA I was told match.com only has call centers in the Dominican Republic then I was hung up on after requesting to speak with someone from the US. I sighing up for a 1 month trial with match in June after that month I called and canceled, come to find out I've been charged every month since! I feel deceived and stolen from.
I joined match last January with a 3 month subscription. I was under the impression that I would only be paying for three months but I was wrong. I am at fault for not reading the fine print which states that match.com will continue to renew my subscription until I indicate that I want it cancelled. I am also at fault for missing the first charge on my card. They do not send an email or notify you that your subscription is being renewed. When I spoke to the customer service representative about receiving a refund, he confirmed that the last time I had been on the site was in April ( 2 1/2 months after joining) I havn't signed on in the last 6 months because I was under the impression that the 3 months that I had payed for was up. I have subsequently been charged over $150 by match.com when I havn't been using the site. The only thing the CSR could do for me was refund me for one month($20). I wouldn't be surprised if match.com has made millions off of people this way. I can't imagine having to live with myself if I were one of the higher ups deciding to fool their customers. But hey, its business and they will do anything to exploit people and their pocketbooks.
I've tried a ton of free dating apps for a while and toyed with using a paid site to see if the experience would be any better. I registered with Match for free, they'd send regular email matches and I began favouriting them as a free subscriber.
After a couple of months I decided to fork out for a subscription, with the minimum three month commitment. I went to my favourites page to start messaging some people and to my alarm every single one of them wasn't an active user. Obviously Match don't make this clear as a free subscriber. Whether these are genuine former users or fake users Match make up I don't know, but of the active available users were not one was of the calibre I'm interested in dating. Clearly match.com and I have very different values.
Obviously I spoke to customer services the next day. Obviously they flatly refused to refund even part of the $90 I've paid for three months of service I'm not interested in using. Sounds like I'm not the only person who's had this experience. The Better Business Bureau has revoked their accreditation and given the business and F rating because of over 450 unanswered complaints about their billing policies. (Google it: I can't post a link here.)
My advice - search online for a three-day trial offer before you consider giving these people any money. Maybe you'll connect with the people on the site in a way I didn't, but at least you'll know before you hand over any money. Alternatively, get yourself to a bar, start meeting people in real life and spend that $90 you'll have saved on a great night out.
The site offers another 6 months free but there are almost unattainable requirements attached. One requirement is that you have to find 5 matches a month and then you have to send those 5 email. It's hard to find 5 matches a month because of income, physical attraction, education, etc.
The worst men use Match. I didn't even make it a date. The site give false claims about getting your money back after 6 months but there is specific criteria you must meet to get a refund and then when your account is renewed (without telling you) they refuse to give you your money back if you've sent one email to someone. If you are a serial killer, like bros, men who look 15, are socially awkward or just all around unattractive then match.com is the place for you!
NoStringsAttaxhed.com --I cant believe another site ranked NoStringsAttached.com in the top three sites. The free membership is nothing more than you giving them your info to boost their active member numbers. Heres the meat and potatoes, you cant send or answer messages, you cant view member profiles (to see when they were last active) you cant view member photos, you cant see who viewed your profile ! WTF!?! This site has more rules than daycare ! Save your money and head over to Gleeden.com which is my next review !
I followed all of the site's regulations and the site's "administrators" blocked me from use. The website disclaimer reads that they can terminate your membership at any time without a refund, but when I asked why I was blocked, their explanation was, "We believe this action to be in the best interests of our community." I posted nothing inappropriate and I used real photos that were approved by the "administrators." The Match.com fees are outrageously high and clearly they have no interest in maintaining any kind of customer loyalty. With hundreds of competitors out there, my suggestion is to avoid Match.com.
This is actually a dangerous site. It's filled with scam artists and fake profiles. I complained multiple times, but they don't seem to do anything to clean things up. The quality of matches is extremely low and the majority weren't even in the US as they claimed. If there was ever a site ripe for a court required shutdown, this is it.
Match never refunds! They will take your money and run. Credit card companies won't help you either. Yes there are real people on the site. There are many fakes or unregistered so you can't even really contact them. I canceled my subscription but still had to wait 41 days until it was over. During this time I never got more email and winks then during any other time that I was on the site. Think they were generated by match. After my subscription was over I still received emails, winks, and matches like I never canceled my account. So I went back to my page to see why I was still getting all this. I was looking through my profile when I got a email from Match that they were thankful I renewed my subscription. I was like what? Then I instantly tried to cancel but every form of contact I tried to Match said it was not working. There was no way for me to contact them. I quickly called my credit card company and they said I couldn't my charge because it hadn't gone through!!! Which is another topic MBNA credit cards suck! Matches contact finally came back on two days later. I sent many a email and kept asking question to get refund. They stay with same line. Match does not refund! So I will cancel my credit card in hopes that credit card companies maybe get the picture that these kind of charges should not be excepted from companies such as this.
IF ANYONE IS CONSIDERING GOING ON MATCH.COM, DON'T.
It is the worst company. I didn't want to renew my subscription and when the time was up it charged my card on file the full amount and I did not even realize till it was too late. I called and was told they don't give refunds. This is how they make money. I am certain I cancelled my subscription in time but was still charged. I have cancelled it again and will now contact my bank to make sure it doesn't happen again. I will never use this company again and make sure I let others know there are better sites then match.com
My photo was not approved. I was in a black belt magazine and I have a picture of myself hitting a target. it is a beautiful picture and they said it was too violent to post. I wanted that picture up!!!! There is absolutely nothing violent about that picture
I receive an email saying I could sign up for a 72 hour free trial with all emailing privileges and then would be billed afterwards if I didn't cancel. I sign up and send out an email and I'm billed thru Paypal for a 3 month subscription. I contact Match.com and they say I had automatic billing turned on and they turned it off, but would not refund me for the 3 months that I was just charged for. I explain how it was supposed to be a 72 hour free trial, and they say they don't issue refunds. I'm now disputing the charge with Paypal, but wanted to get it out there what a fraud they are!
Since writing this, Paypal did credit me the amount charged after disputing the charge with them. Love Paypal, hate match.com
2 months there, and I the only women I was able to talk to, they where in Africa and asking me to send them money. The rest of them, to proud to even notice you or even get to know you.
To expensive for nothing... You want a date, mingle in your community, or in your local church. Meetup.com helps a lot, and its free...
unauthorized charges will be met with a "no return policy". Their 6 month "guarantee" has a lot of fine print, which they will claim that you "don't qualify" - so don't make the same mistake - cancel your subscription after initial payment or be charged whenever they want!
They suck you in, wont let you delete you profile and rack up unwanted charges on your account. You can cancel but not get a refund, even if it was set up by accident (thought it was a free trial). HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. Do not use this site. Id be more likely to recommend TINDR than this crap.
Essentially. The odds are stacked against you if you are a guy as most of the users are male. The only way it works is if you are in the top 5% of looks. Girls on there get bombarded by emails and then they get such a big head that they then think they are entitled to nothing short of Ryan Gosling or Hugh Jackman. I have been on and off for two years and I still see girls on there who have been users for two years.
And other reviews about bombarding you with likes to lure you back in once you cancel is dead on. Just a scam. Save your money.
Hideous piece of antiquated cr*p.
Won't allow you to delete your profile once you've been sucked through their maze of sales pitches. When you finally get to 'see' the photos of existing members it feels like you've traveled back in time 10 years, that's how old and dated the photos look.
An unmitigated train wreck that's just clutching to desperate measures as apps like Tinder and Grindr take over.
Thank god I didn't give them credit card info as I read it's living hell to get free from their overcharging, etc. JUST STAY AWAY FROM HIS HELLHOLE.
I started out being honest about being a single mom of 4. I consider myself to be a pretty girl. I did get a lot of views but the only "winks" I had were from freaky older guys that were not my preference. I sent emails to a few guys I was matched with and never had a response. Then I decided to test if it was the fact that I was a single mom so I changed my summary and left that out...sure enough within minutes I had all kinds of winks and messages. These guys are looking for hot girls with no kids...good luck to them! Welcome to the real world!
Now, I have tried this site 2 rounds for a total of a year. They need to give you a heads up when you are about to auto-renew and spend $$$ but they don't. So keep an eye and put on your calendar so you can cancel before they take money from your account. With that said, I am an attractive, professional and haven't found many matches when I searched. Even the daily matches the send you - there are 11 and 3+ have no pictures. They need to hone their filters for a better user experience.
Highly Qualified?!?!?! I was getting emails from guys 30 years older than me. Are they $#*!ED??? that's disgusting. im NOT trying to date guys my DADS age?? I was NOT happy with the services you provided. AT ALL. oh. yes, I had a lot of emails. FROM CREEPY PEOPLE>>>>> WHAT are your qualifications for such matches. ITS DISGUSTING
I am complaining EveryWHERE. there should be an OPTION to only try it and pay for ONE MONTH!!!! There is a option to try for free- but you can't decide WHO is contacting you.... when I chose to sign up, it showed in the ADD it was like tinder- where I have the choice as to whom contacts me.... BUT NOPE!!! So I wanted to try the PAY part, to see if that would give me the option I was looking for..... NOPE!!! So I canceled the account within 2 weeks, and asked MATCH to refund my card.... they sent me this:Response
This rapid reply is our attempt to answer your question as quickly as possible. If the following information does not answer your particular question, please reply directly to this email for individualized assistance.
Receiving Daily Matches
You’ll get a new set of Daily Matches (formerly called "Daily 5") around 23 hours after you’ve rated your last set of Daily Matches. Make sure to rate all of your matches! Not only will it trigger the new search for qualified matches, but it also helps us generate even better matches for you next time.
Because these are highly qualified matches, the number of matches you receive may be different each day. If you see fewer than you were expecting, don't be discouraged! New members sign up daily so rate your matches and check back tomorrow to see if we’ve found more for you. You may want to also try updating your profile information and preferences to increase your likelihood of getting more matches. For example, even small changes – like increasing age ranges by as little as one year, or regional preferences by as little as five miles – can really broaden your options.
Daily Matches not changing?
You must rate your Daily Matches each day in order to receive new Daily Matches the next day.
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WHAT THE $#*! DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH MY original email??? NOTHING. I disputed through my credit card company, and they refunded the account..... then MATCH RECHARGED my credit card..... Their services are $#*!. Their advertising is misleading.... and I am letting EVERYONE KNOW THEY ARE RETARDED CROOKS
The scam artist I met on this site after only three days, was a very negative experience he wanted $20,000 USD. But the worst is that Match.com could care less. He actually is entitle to more privacy than I am. And a refund is out of the question. I will never go back!
It pretends to be this holyer-than-thouu FREE dating website which persuades you to sign up and then will not let you do a damn thing without a payment... thats sum bull$#*! match.com $#*! you, $#*! you on a tuesday, in the neck!
Pitiful service. The quality of matches I would give a 1 out of 10. The response of the matches gets another 1 out of 10. Last, when your subscription ends it renews without permission or letting u know first. As far as refunds, good luck!
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