I stupidly joined this site and upon receipt of several encouraging emails and chat requests, paid the 3-day 99p a day trial membership. Immediately having done so I realised my error as all the encouraging members were obvious fakes (most of them had been active for 6 years so I presume were bots set up by the company to automatically lure unsuspecting potential visitors to join). Surely this is deception of the highest order? I would have thought this is open to a class action lawsuit, since if even 100,000 people have been scammed that is worth £3M and to be honest if it has been going over 5 years it's probably more like £100M and some. Absolutely outrageous that some runts can scam so many people and earn so much money.
This is a scam website offering a trial for 99p but ends off charging you £30.98. Scam occurs when you receive emails from fake woman (as in, they don't really exist) then activate a 24 hour full access pass for 99p, but turns into a full month subscription unless you cancel the trial within 24 hours. To deactivate your trial pass, you need to click a link that sends a cancellation code to your email address, but mine came during the night while asleep. In the morning I had been charged £29.99.
Their phone number is not operational and they do not offer an external email address so I've had to use the contact form on their website to demand a refund - but they ignore you.
So I've come to accept that I've lost my £30 but have made it cost them too by reporting them to Consumer Direct, Watchdog, Trading Standards Institute and I'm writing these online reviews to hopefully inform others of these thieves.
Avoid at all cost.
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