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One customer wrote, “I contacted e Harmony to let them know [of a scammer], received an answer requesting information and when I answered with all the details, they [g]ave an automated response that they are not taking any more inquiries.All of the websites also received complaints about users’ photos being employed in unwanted ways, either by the company or by other users.In Real Life, online dating sites are simply another way of meeting people.You create a profile with your picture, beliefs, and hobbies, meet other like-minded users, and chat online until you're both comfortable enough to meet in the flesh.Several complainants also claimed that their credit cards were charged by even though they had never signed up for the website’s services.
I want my money refunded.”A more altruistic soul wrote on behalf of his townspeople, saying, “I am continually annoyed to find advertised on yahoo, ‘match.com,’ displaying photos of beautiful young ladies who are claimed to live in my small town.
One ex-customer wrote, “I opted out of all communications with the company and went through the process of deleting my account.
A few months later, I began getting SPAM emails from other companies, which were being sent to the unique email that I used to sign up for e Harmony.
One alleged, “There was no way I could change the ‘automatic’ renewal, including my attempt to remove my credit card number from ‘my accounts.
One former member summed up the feelings of many others by writing, “e Harmony is easy to join, but almost impossible to get free of. They lure persons in (as they did me with the free offer), then the service drops off to nothing.
And it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get e Harmony to stop billing you after you have told them you wish to discontinue service.” Even after canceling their accounts, former e Harmony customers were dogged by spam from the company.