Credit card scammers. After you finish navigating the obnoxious questionnaire, you'll ask yourself why you even bothered. If you take a look at their terms of service, you'll see that they can't guarantee that you won't be contacted by 3rd parties, which means that you'll have jokers from the site emailing you with fake messages. They'll also claim that from "time to time", they use "test" profiles to monitor site activity and create interest, which means that you're seeing fake profiles and pictures, many of them stolen from Facebook, Tumbler, or porn websites. Others are private scammers looking to draw you off the site to hotels, apartments, or housing project addresses. One message came from a truck stop. Yeah, ok. Many aren't just interested in dates. A surprising number are seeking "arrangements", chronic divorcees, college girls "working" their way through school, druggies looking for pals to get up with, girls looking for sugardaddies, Russian and Nigerian scammers looking for a cheap ride into the U.S., and men and women wanting "pay for play" hookups. These sites all have the same thing in common. They're all looking for the same thing, and guess what it is. YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION! They'll sign you up for a trial membership, usually 1-3 days. Once that membership times out, they'll auto-upgrade you to a full paid account, and that's when they robbed me for close to 200$. Then they register you with other scam sites without you knowing it. Because I wasn't paying attention to the warning signs, they were charging me for 3 different sites before I knew what was happening. By the time I realized that all those pictures and profiles couldn't possibly be real, the damage was already done. I needed to cancel my credit card and close my checking account to get rid of the thieves. The first clue that something isn't right, is your email inbox. Dozens of people claiming to have seen your profile and liked it, and you haven't even finished it or posted anything yet! Many of the messages that you get from them are fake, or come from towns that dont exist. Either that or the names of the towns are spelled wrong or the town is too small to have that many people signed up. I was emailed by a woman using the name of the town of Centralia, Pennsylvania, which was destroyed by a coal mine fire in the 1980s! Another email, supposedly from Ventura Beach, California, had the Eiffel Tower in the picture! One of the few people to contact me that claimed to be from my same city didnt even know the name of the main street and had Yosemite Park in their profile picture. Just how dumb do they think people are? It won't matter, because they have your money, and have a nice day trying to get a refund, and they'll take the scenic route to giving it back, and that's if you get anything at all. You can try contacting their customer service. Good luck with that even if it's in English. So if you take one thing away from this, it should be to not make the same mistakes that I did, and just AVOID ALL THESE SCAM ARTISTS AND SITES!