Cupid dating app review
These people like and message you constantly, especially if they see you are online on the site.
Then they ask you to leave the site to chat some other way, or you can give them your personal email...
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The thing is, you share your credit card details, like card number, expiry date and CVV code with such websites — so of course, it must be guaranteed that this information won't be stolen or misused.
After I canceled my Cupid subscription last fall, they GAVE my banking information to who has been making unauthorized debits from me since November last year.
They make it very sneaky, looking like it could be just another transactions.
They also make like on their website they will refund your money, that’s NOT true. Paid for the service, and was unable to make contact with any other " members", whose pictures were shown. I said, “No just cancel.” This was a month ago but I see they billed me twice this month. Then he tries to talk me into a free three month subscription to the site, all the while telling them I did not even want the subscription and wanted my money back. It is comprised of nothing but scammers and the company practices deceptive practices.
This almost always results in being some super model's images, and not the person in the profile.
They immediately insist on you sending them more pictures of you.
I’ve come to the conclusion that they want pictures of you to create fake profiles to lure other people.
I wanted the 3 day trial and they ended up taking that charge and another for 30.00. I wish I had read these reviews before I got involved. From the second I first created my account, I started getting messages from members with random characters.
Now I have to go through my bank to ensure they don't have access to my account. They don't even bother to try to make some semblance of a real name.
It was pure chance I noticed it today when I checked my transaction records. I signed for the 3 day trial and they wanted to charge me more.