Sunday, December 27, 2009

Match.com Complaints and Scams

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  1. Beware of great looking guys (fake pictures I'm sure) that say they are working in Africa and want you to chat on yahoo. I have stupidly had my heart broken by someone I thought really cared for me. It was a SCAM when I wouldn't send him money he turned on me and was so mean and hurtful. After reading all these complaints shame on me for not researching this company before I joined. I would have saved, money, heartache and time. Sincerely, BEWARE of South Africa (Lagos) Nigeria. 

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  2. MY NAME IS MISS ANGELA PHILLIPS I,M MAD YOU I,LL TOLD YOU ALL PLAESE TAKE ME OFF THIS EMAIL AND IT WILL BE 24 HOURS AND YOU SEND ME MORE JUNK MAIL AND YOU ALWAYS SEND ME UGLY MEN SO I,LL WANT TO SPEAK TO YOUR SUPERVISER I,LL HAVE A BOY FRIEND AND I,LL DON,T WANT ANY MAN YOU PICK FOR ME THEY ARE SO UGLY THEY LOOK POOR SO I,LL ASKED YOU NICELY PLEASE TAKE ME OFF YOUR BLANK LIST THANK YOU SO MUCH 2000ANGEL

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  3. Match.com wont stop sending me matches. I deactivated me account yet they still persisted. Then I emailed Customer Care and nothing has changed. Don't join this website. This is bordering on harassment.

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  4. MATCH DOT COM HAS NOTHING TO OFFER. BEWARE OF SCAMS. THIS WOMAN GOT ZERO REPLIES AND REGRETS JOINING!!!

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  5. I was also a victim of a Nigerian scam through match.com
    I didn't send money
    I just kept thinking he'd ask eventually...and he did
    "working in Africa" and broken English were my first clues
    Very cleaver. Enjoy the ride, but don't send money

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  6. I went on a date on Friday night with a guy from match.com who I had been emailing for the last 2 weeks only to realise the moment I arrived it was a guy who has contacted me at least 3 times before, using different profile names. This time the photos did not look like him and the profile may have been written to appeal more to me. I confronted him immediately and he admitted lying about his name and having contacted me before. I rushed back to my car and left him standing at the bar. I have emailed match.com twice about this now and not heard back from them. I dont really think they take security very seriously. I had (clearly stupidly) thought that they would monitor this sort of thing more....ie stop people using the same bank details/credit card/email address/name to register with different usernames. I suppose its easy to get round. At least nothing bad happened to me and I will be even more weary about people if I ever go on a date again.

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    1. Wow, you did better than 99% of the other Match.com members. You actually met someone who also had an account there.

      I know it wasn't what you wanted, but every other complaint I have heard about Match.com were either that their credit card was still billed every month even after cancelling their subscription, or that the person they were exchanging messages with all of didn't have an account there when the other person tried to set up a date with that person, or that only Nigerian men / women were interested in them and would eventually ask them for a lot of money.

      So no matter how much of a let down this guy was, you still did a hell of a lot better than any other Match.com member has.

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  7. My problem isn't with people abusing match.com it's with match.com itself. Every time after my subscription runs out a few days later I get an email. The only way to find out who sent it is to subscribe again. The problem is a the person is an obvious fake or their profile is no longer available.

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  8. I signed up for one month and they charged me twice. I called and spoke to ghetto fabulous twice, they finally refunded me the second month and lied about the additional two months free. Everything is misleading on their website, everytime I go to the cancellation screen, it keeps saying I have one new VIP email, so when i go to the emails there is NOTHING...they do it to get you out of the cancellation screen!!!!! also, guys send me emails, and as soon as I say, "hey let's chat through the IM," they completely ditch me. All of their profiles are fakes!!!!!!!! especially the ones of the good looking guys!!!!!!!! what the hell!!!!!!!!! such a SCAM DO NOT SIGN UP WITH THEM!!!!! I'VE HAD AN ACCOUNT FOR 3 WEEKS AND HAVE HAD A HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE EVERYDAY SINCE DAY 1!!!

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  9. I too was scammed by a Nigerian, he posed as a widower with a 7 year old daughter, told me they were leaving the following day for Africa for 2 weeks and kept in touch with me every day and night for about 10 days, professing his undying love for me, even went as far as to send me fake travel documents for them to come and see myself and my 12 year old son, yes he even played on his emotions too. Then 4 days before they were supposed to fly home all of a sudden, little Mary had stomach pains and it was appendicitis and he needed $400 or the doctors weren't going to perform the surgery. I could only part with $200 and he said oh hurry and send it Western Union to Mike Ade and he gave me an address. I drove all over town like a mad woman trying to find a Western Union so that I could save poor little Mary's life. After I gave him the $200 he claimed that they were holding his passport so until he paid the rest of the hospital bill. The the red flag went up, a hospital has no right to do that so I went online and started typing "My friend and his daughter are stuck in Nigeria" and all of this stuff came up about how they're all over the Internet dating sites scamming people. PLEASE DO NOT BELIEVE THEM WHEN THEY TELL YOU THAT THEY ARE ON VACATION THERE OR THEY ARE DOING BUSINESS OVER THERE. I reported him to Match and also did my own detective work and found him to be in 2 other states. His name is JOHN FRANK AND HIS EMAIL IS JOHN_FRANK101@YAHOO.COM. PLEASE WATCH OUT FOR HIM

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  10. Watch out for Terry Cena Hunt at ter111112000@yahoo.com he is another Nigerian scam claimed antique dealer, with 11 year old daughter, said was visiting me, sent me flowers, candy teddy bear, asked me for 3000 bucks, night before he was to arrive, little rose was hit by a car and he needed assistance with hospital bill??I said bullsh_ _! and hung up, I also did detective work the number he called me from traced back to Nigeria, plus the fake travel arrangements were just that fake. He went verbal crazy on me when he realized I reported him to whoscammedyou.com. Sorry you lost money, I didnt pay but the online dating is not an option for me, 1 jerk is enough!!PS this jerk of mine is on myspace, facebook and other date sites, beware...

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  11. Hi I joined Match.Com with all faith. I have subsequently been contacted by about 10 guys. I receive the 1st e-mail expressing interest and then nothing. Recently I met 2 guys, one Bill Austin who was registered on Match.Com as living in Texas but after receiving 2 e-mails on the site, he asked me to connect with him on Yahoo and told me that he actually lives in Ipswich, England. I corresponded with him on a daily basis and after about 2 weeks, was told that he will be coming to South Africa to meet my family as he would like to marry me. He called me on my cellphone twice last night. The first call was from a very strange number as it did not look as if it came from the UK and the second call reflected as private number, I then asked him for his contact number and he told me that the first number he had given me was a public telephone which I found very strange but accepted as he had given me his contact number. Today I did not hear from him and decided to call the number he had given me only to discover that it does not exist. I then called the number he had originally called me from and he awnsered the call, he spoke very softly and I could not hear him and just told him I would send him an e-mail. I did this asking him to explain what was happening but I honestly don't expect a reply. I also logged onto match.com to discover his profile has been disabled. I had also been contacetd by a guy, Paulo Swift from Boston Massachusettes who also asked me to chat to him on yahoo messenger. When I checked on Match.com, I discovered his profile has also been disabled. another guy Luke Peterson also contacted me a few weeks ago and I have now discovered the he too is a scammer even though his profile is still very active on Match.com. I suppose I have "guilable" written all over my profile and I have signed up for a 6 months subscription. I don't know what to do to get a refund now as I have checked and I cannot complain to match.com.

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  12. Had the same experience w/ match.com. Man's name is David Da Martins. States he was born in Italy then moved to the U.K. after his dad died of cancer when he was 20. Has a daughter named "Rose." His mom and daughter want him to remarry someday to be happy again. He claims he is a petroleum consultant and travels. He also states he has a graduate degree from Cambridge in England, yet writes in broken english! Duh! He uses pics and has a profile on Y!Personals as well, but different picture! Same exact story. Watch out ladies! Here's the match.com profile name: kcmart47 and the e-mail address he writes from:

    laladamoremart@yahoo.com

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  13. Absolutely amazing.

    I was amember for 3 months having moved areas and thinking it would be a good way to meet people. Having had some success speaking to a few people my subscription ended with no warning. Over the past 3 days since it expired I have a now had 20 views to my profile, about the number I was previously getting each month. Not a cynical person but I smell something strange here!

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  14. It clearly states, in the terms of use, that if you are outside of the United States then there is absolutley no way for you to log onto their servers. I love how you all continue to fall victim to scammers that claim to be outside of the US when if you did just the slightest amount of research and read what you actually signed then you wouldn't look like such a fool. I'm sorry, but you have no one to blame but yourselves.

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  15. Many have attempted to scam me but the worst has to be the one claiming to be in the army stationed in Afghanistan. Emailed for quite awhile, he called with a broken english accent even sent me flowers and candy. Stated he couldn't wait to return to the US etc. Then all of a sudden his sister needed emergency surgery, asked for 1900.00 and please send it by western union. Stated I was her only hope to survive. Scam!!!!!!! his profile is mac20us

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  16. Totally agree HUGE SCAM. Connected with someone and asked to chat on yahoo. The broken English, the profile then disappearing, stating undying love. Not understanding some English slag words. The best one is that I commented I was going to close my match account and he offered to do it for me. Forgot what roll he was playing. Also email to profiles and they never get read, but the profile is still in the system. Playing with emotions SCAM. I researched the profiles name and there is a person by that name in the city noted. Someone is working really hard on this
    fraud. If any one knows where to file a complaint that will do some good, please let me know.

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  17. Report match.com to the Better Business Bureau of Metro Washington DC. They are a scam. With all I've read about my situation, them not letting you sign on or recognizing your email account before your time is up, they need to be shut down. I also read that they automatically charge your credit card AGAIN when your contract is up! Jump on it everyone!!

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  18. Totally Agree with all these posts Been On Match for 2 month and its all one BIG scam.Out of all the 5 profile possibilities 3 were scams.It needs to be shut down

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  19. I have been on match.com/nz twice now, the first time i met someone but she was playing around having just left hubby and the rest have either only sent 1 email and then nothing or have been the same scam - not in the country, parents deceased and looking for true honest love. One even asked for $2800 to pay customs - I didn't pay obviously. I will not sign up again.

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  20. 3 years on Match. Just deleted account today. I believe matchmaking sites should hire professional counselors to match people based on factual information. It's a contest of lies from both genders. Everyone's profile becomes eerily simiar after seeing thousands of them. It's probably ok for shallow people. Might as well just post your picture, say if you have kids or not, and if you smoke or not. Don't believe me? Join for three years, and get back to me.

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  21. I hope this is the right place to complain. plentyof bikers has a guy named sumravens from FLorida he says then when u talk to him hes in africa?? asking for money to help children going through operations from charities. i think hes a scammer an not for real. all my messages i have saved on there if you want to read. he needs checked out.

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  22. Ok, here's another one from Match.com. Tom Samson.
    Tommycutie5478. BIG SCAMMER. Email samsontom53@yahoo.com.
    Says he is a petroleum engineer living in LA. After a few emails through Match he asked me to get on IM then asked me to email him at his personal email samsontom53@yahoo.com. Got close to me very fast, even sent me a copy of his bank statement saying he had $11 million in his account.
    Sent me a love poem every morning. On chat every night for hours. Telling me that his heart had found me and would never let me go. Then asked for my phone number and I stupidly gave it to him. When talking to him he had an accent that I could hardly understand. He said it was because his parents died when he was 2 and his grandmum trained him. Said his wife divorced him 10 years ago and left him with 3 year old son, Kevin. He was working on a big proposal for the last month to go overseas to repair a big oil refinery. Then he asked for my address so he could send me something before he left to go overseas for a month to do this job and would be back by Christmas so we could meet. Stupid me again, I gave it to him and he sent me an expensive Vermont Teddy Bear with I Love You on it. His calls always came from Private Number. I asked him about that and he said ever since he got back from UAE (United Arab Emitrate) that his caller id was showing a UAE number so he had to block it. Started calling me "babe" right away then it was always "hunnie" (yes spelled like that). He called at 5:30 AM a few days ago and was crying and said that some thugs had taken his briefcase with his working permits in it and that he was going to lose the job he was there for. Said his ATM card would not work and he needed $850 for lawyer to get his work permit back. I WAS SO STUPID THAT I SENT IT TO HIM. Western Union, and guess where he was? NIGERIA. After I sent it I felt so sick that I started researching and found all these scams that sounded so familiar. So I emailed him and told him never to call me again, never to email me again and that I would not be on chat again. This was 4 days ago, and he is still calling me 30 times a day and I am not answering the phone at all. I finally had to call the police and get a police report so I can get my number changed. He is calling from 3 different phone numbers now, one of them is even local, one is an area code from Canada and the other one says private caller. I had to turn the ringer off on my phone as he calls all night long until early morning. I am going crazy. Finally the phone co is changing my number tomorrow, but it will take a long time for me to forgive myself for being such a stupid fool. I guess I have been in a cocoon for so long that I didn't realize there were so many rotten scammers out there just looking for a lonely widow. They are a piece of work alright and are very good at their jobs.
    I JUST WISH I HAD SEEN ALL THIS A WEEK AGO AND I WOULDN'T BE OUT $850 RIGHT NOW BUT WHAT A WAY TO LEARN A LESSON.

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  23. I used to live in Florence, KY. I have never been a member of match.com, but I found out my husband had an affair with a women he met on your website. Why don't you screen your applicants better? We are now divorced and he is still with that woman. She is from Independence, KY. Ladies in KY beware of an 46 year old man from Florence that loves to ride motorcycles and hang out at Mugbees!

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  24. Ladies watch out for Tom Samson......samsontom53@yahoo.com. He romanced me just as he did the other lady,but I gave no money. Sent me expensive gift of flowers/vase,I Love Heart, candy,teddy bear,a card luv you so very much, signed from your man. Claimed to have won a job proposal in west Africa. Said he would be taking his son Kevin with him. He said I must get international calling,so that he could call me as soon as he got there. I didn't get it. He also said he lived in LA, Cal. had many homes. This all just ended two days ago. He was a real charmer! Left me pretty heart broken.

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  25. I paid for a 6 month subscription with match.com, had a decent experience, but was waiting for my subscription to run out and to then try another site. Conveniently (for its bottom line if not public reputation) match.com did not send me a reminder or notice that my subscription had expired. Instead they just charged my credit card for $108 for another 6 month subscription. I was unhappy that they had automatically charged me, but stunned that when I called they wouldn't reverse the charge, or even reduce the amount to what it would cost for the month and a half that I had access to the account (access I wasn't interested in having). The customer service rep just kept saying "sorry, it's in our policies," then his supervisor said the same things just much more argumentatively. She escalated the conflict, then passed me off to someone else who gave me a credit for about half the amount. I won't recommend match.com to anyone as their automatic charge and no refund "policy" seems underhanded and unfriendly to me.

    Match.com should change its policy and practice with regard to aggressive revenue generation, and should process refunds without chewing out their customers and turning us into ambassadors for any other dating site but theirs.

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  26. I too have been contacted by Tom Samson, Samsontom16@yahoo.com. I was introduced to him through seniorpeoplemeet.com, and he was a very charming and good looking man. He professed his undying love for me, both on email and by phone. He asked me for $5,000 to send to homeless children's shelters, and that he does this every month. I told him I could not send any money and have not heard from him again. Just a word to the wise, be careful of any Tom Samson living in LA California and claiming to be a petroleum engineer, with a 13 yr old son named Kevin. Luckily I was wise enough to NOT send money and learned a valuable lesson.

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  28. I've also been scammed by Tom Samson, who will claim to be a petroleum engineer living in Los Angeles. He has a 14 year old son Kevin and his wife divorced him. He says she tried to kill him and ran off with his lawyer.
    He claims to be Italian and an orphan. He will also send you a Bank of America statement showing he has 11 million dollars.
    He says he is 51 years old and his birthday is April 22, 1960. BIG SCAMMER.

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  29. Beware of a man who calls himself Michael Scott on Match.com. Says he's a civil engineer living in the San Francisco Bay area. He's just about to get a big contract. In this case, in Lome Togo.
    He arrives and alas, the bank won't let him access the money on his card unless he gives them $3,000.
    If he gets any amount of money, he will then call with a breathless "I've been robbed!" before he can return it. BIG BIG SCAMMER.
    Lots of Baby, Sweetheart, and talk of marriage. Oh, he will also tell you he insits on buying you a Mercedes and even have a fake Mercedes of San Francisco call you.

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  30. My daughter was a victim of the "Nigerian" caller but she was smart enough to not send money.

    I do not have global figures, but ladies, there is nothing wrong with a single vocation. For thousands of years Christian singles have considered a single vocation an honored vocation before God - same level as marrieds and religious.

    Be aware that in the U.S. there are four women to each man. George II did not do his homework. The only way for every woman to marry is if you believe in polygamy. Personally, I do not. My husband of 25 years deserted me and our daughter and became the fourth husband of a younger woman 2 months later. Today, she is a highly qualified educator, even though she has, since the time of our divorce, been a Juvenile diabetic.

    Trust me, you do not have to marry or have a man.

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  31. DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THIS SITE AND ADVISE EVERYONE YOU KNOW NOT TO JOIN. This is a terrible rip off. I did not get my 6 months free as I was supposed to get, EVERY guy that I was interested in I would get or eventually get "oops the profile you are looking for is unavailable". Yet guys that have been around forever are still there. I have discovered a few scammers all on my own, ones that managed to escape Match's grip on disconnecting your connections. So, beware, Customer Service does NOTHING but answer you like robots and Corporate asks you why you choose the men you do. I like clean cut guys and there are some guys still on the site that look like serial killers. I know you can't judge a book by it's cover but come on, I think we are intelligent enough to know. NEVER send money, women. Of course they won't tell you whether a guy was a scammer and that is why they are gone off the site, instead they tell you the guys "hide" their profile or "take a break", now tell me, if someone is spending a lot of money to meet someone, then why would they hide their profile or take a break, please, do they think we are stupid? And, they hide behind their policies and procedures and so called privacy and protective policies, excuses excuses. DO NOT JOIN!!!!! Word to the WISE.

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  32. ps. I read where some people think Match plants guys to string you along, I totally agree with this and maybe after they keep trying to get you to subscribe then that could be another reason why their profiles fall off the face of the earth.

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  33. I had one guy use two pictures and profiles and little did he realize that the email he sent was almost word for word, like I wasn't going to call him on it, then I had a guy use the wrong picture and all his profile was "i'll tell you later" I've had 2 guys try and scam me out of money, one lost his wallet in England, and the other needed to feed his daughter who was starving in Africa. These are guys I found out about out of the clutches of Match.com. And, if I want to give my email that I created that only has my first name, Match should NOT be redoing my emails. But it's all a scam and I've contacted Dr. Phil and the BBB and they really really should be shut down.

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  34. Beware of guys who also say they are in Kandahar or Afghanistan. I had two guys that escaped Match.com's grip but they were both liars. They are NOT soldiers. One couldn't tell me the time and the other said it was a certain time and the time he sent his email to me was like an hour difference. Does he think I wouldn't notice? When I brought it to his attention that was the last I heard from him. And, the other guy had the timeframe right just he was 1/2 hour off, now I know he was across the world but 1/2 hour? Really. Beware. RIP OFF, DO NOT SUBSCRIBE!!!

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  35. Correction, I guess Kandahar is that extra half hour. My apologies to this one guy, probably the only honest guy I have met on Match, but unfortunately did not pursue. Match.com has been a terrible terrible experience and so it's SO hard to trust any of the guys as well as Match.com employees.

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  36. Wow, what a wake up call. I have been on match for about three months.I have had nothing but liers and scammers galore. EVERYONE should read the comments on here BEFORE jumping into the abyss that is on line dating !! The lonsome soldier scam, thats a good one and one that I fell for once. The first guy called himself gentlesoul but he said his name was Chris James, email was kinchris123@yahoo.com. Claimed he lived in New York and was stationed (supposedly) in Afghanistan. He was really nice at first. One day he said "guess what my birthday is coming up soon and wouldn't it be swell if I could send him an ipod touch. So stupidly I got one for him (used on ebay) He constantly badgered me about when I was going to send it out. Once it reached its destination I got an urgent email from him telling me the Major had to pay extra duty and I needed to send more money western union so I could pay him back. If that wasn't bad enough he asked for a camera. So I got a used one (again on ebay) i paid $25.00 for it and sent it. to end this story I will say that once he got the last package I never heard from him again (but you already knew that). Another man called himself Chris and he supposedly was from Providence R.I. He also was very nice until he too asked for an ipod. I flipped out on him and ended that immediately. Another called himself Nick Nicholas and claimed he was in Europe tending to his import/export car business. His decent from a nice man into being verbally abusive to me was very swift. I have just had a man calling himself James Rachanbech contact me. He said he lived in a small town not far away from me. His story is that he runs his familys jewelry business, buying gold bars and dabbled in oil intersts just a bit. He sent me some pictures but he did not say anything as to the location (they were of a house and grounds). I assume they are off some MLS listing. the house inside looked staged for a real estate sale. LADIES, PLEASE LISTEN !!! These men are scamers so beware !!! Don't fall for it. These men all have hard luck stories or make themselves out to be well offand just looking for the right one. As soon as you start talking to them they're profiles disappear from this site. They cannot spell worth a darn either, another sign they are scammers. I did a search on this last one today. I put his name is a search and the area where he is supposed to live. Yes, thats right....there is no listing for him anywhere !!!! Don't repeat the mistake I made. Do your research and always keep a skeptical attitude. Unless you actually see for yourself that they are a living walking breathing human being then run as fast as you can in the opposite direction and don't look back !!!!

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  37. Anonymous.
    I am using match.com for long 3 years, after receiving 6 winks and emals from people aren't in this site anymore, I wrote to them to explain me why and what about those people and never they returned my emails, I connected to live chat and the same answers, and two minutes later I have received another winks, it is ridiculous and frustrated the way they using people. I don't understand the reason to scams people and nothing happens to them.

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  38. Watch out for someone using the name Mark Dickson on Match.Com he is connected to a Maylasian Scam Group.He can be found on many different sites. He can charm the skin off of snakes..... This scam is connected with Nurul Natasha Abdullah and Jalan Parry. Out of Miri Sarawak, Malaysia. Mark Dickson posed as a USA contractor from Dallas Texas, they use telephone land lines that can't be traced and change email addresses constantly.

    Aril 2013

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    1. I am talking to a guy RIGHT NOW named Mark Dickson I met on OK Cupid. He is in Turkey as an architect. He told me he was in an accident and needed medicine.

      Once I told him I was out of a job, he stopped texting me.

      I wish you had a picture of him so I could see if it's the same one.

      OK Cupid is INFESTED with scammers. No joke. Some of these sites even have serious viruses. I just had my computer fixed from going on online sites and catching viruses.

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  39. Watch out for Benson Solberg from Malaysia. Very dangerous and dishonest.

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    1. A very savvy scam artist. He also goes by Barry Bensn Solberg. He is part of a Malaysian fraud ring. He will give you numbers of other people to call to check on him. They are all involved in the scam. Run Fast & Hard!

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    2. Did Barry Solberg say that he was from Norway\. I think that I was scammed by him also but he had a Norwegian accent. Anybody else

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  40. Sacramentodavis claims to be single on his match.com site, but I just looked at his facebook page and it is very clear he's in a relationship.

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  41. Yes, match.com member, sacramentodavis, also known as brian aguilar from sacramento, ca, is a liar. He says he's looking for someone sweet, but yet he has issues of his own. Look him up online and you'll see why. Women don't date this guy!!

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  42. I was recently scammed by a member on match dot.com he wanted me to send 940.00 by western union so he could get a flight to see me thank god Im not that stupid so watch out for members that change their username this guy was nice looking with a dog on his lap went by the name of Ron Davis and several other names oooo he loves me hahahahahah he didn't know who he was deling with on here Im a smart cookie

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  43. this is the worst site to be on for scammers I have been scammed twice thank god Im to smart for them ones name was ron davis went by honestron09 go figure that one out then he went by rond 196000 then there was another last week went by 2selective22 then changed his profile to another name first one wanted me to send money by western union a mere 940.00 hahahah what a joke I will not renew my subscription on here better on pof no scammers so far been on there 2 years no good men either life sucks then u die

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  44. Match.com is such a scam. Girls, guys, don't fall for it.

    I've been receiving likes and winks and favorite photos for 2 weeks now, often several a day. Most of them go to a disabled profile.

    IE:
    "pretticraxice really digs your photo"
    "The profile you're looking for is not available at this time."
    https://www4.match.com/profile/about/h5b3hYAmYrBAzjMku0hZ2w2?&mw=1&ticket=EZyUwGuOaxX-ZaLTrGL3pd8Zb3h7xzSPOp7mxNwU14gUtEptpZx4k6wG62V-aufLdRGtd2WLV-7Mp9FJJKP36A2

    Others to a profile of a some beautiful young lady looking for a man 30-65 or some such BS. From all over the US. Last one was from a young lady in Nebraska. I've had likes from NYC, Georgia, Albany, etc. Reply back and nothing... Wouldn't ya think that if you're going to favorite someone that you'd at least respond back?

    ANYways, I've cancelled my subscription and they won't refund me my $140+. I've documented all the phony (even one I believe real, I'll keep your handle/pics out) and will be sending it to the NYS Attorney General Office.

    This is crap, preying upon lonely people.

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    DO I NEED TO ORDER NEW CARD EVERY TIME WHEN THE FUNDS HAS FINISHED? No, if you have already ordered our card, there is no need to keep ordering new cards, Just contact us for a reload. We shall easily reload the ATM card already in your possession. contact us on}} harrytechworld@gmail.com//whatsapp...+2348032460627

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