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The company is fake and fraudulent, and will steal money from your bank account because they don't give you clear information in their terms and conditions. I know many people who have found their partners through online dating sites. Having said that, a single female work colleague and I had a discussion at work one day, (me being single also) and pondered over whether we could ever find our ideal guys, given the fact that we were always too tired after work to bother going out to meet someone.
When one gets to a certain age, it just seems like too much trouble to go out in the hope of finding a suitable male companion. 'Maybe there is something to be said about internet dating.
In the end I got fed up and went back to the site to cancel my membership. Then four weeks ago - to the day, as I write this - I went to the bank to make a withdrawal, where I was told I had insufficient funds. I only checked my account online twenty minutes ago and there was money in there then, The teller went on to tell me that I had used my card at 10.05 (it was now 10.20) and the transaction was for £149.95.
But the link on the site which said 'unsubscribe here' didn't seem to be working. I was actually standing in the queue when the money was taken out, I explained to her. I asked her to tell me who the money had gone to and she couldn't tell me.
I was on a certain social networking site one day when an ad caught my eye, reading along the lines of 'Find love in your 50s'.