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Online daters have filed a lawsuit and are seeking class action status against the cyberspace love connector. The suit claims employees from the Internet matchmaking service sent out bogus romantic e-mails and even went on sham dates with subscribers as a marketing ploy.

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Date websites like this do not investigate the mens profiles. They just take your money and there is no protection.

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I have been contacted by so many scammers and I have so many names. From the first one that started hitting to the last. It is time to stop these sites from hurting innocent individuals with their tactics and falsehoods.

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I cancelled my subscription and they still took the money out of my account. They refuse to let me speak to a supervisor or issue the refund even though I gave them proof of cancellation. They then disconnected the chat with me which I printed.

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Please let me file the law suit

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It may be too late but I too receive winks chat and emails from closed accounts. I doubt there are any "Happy Success stories". How can consumers fight back? My account is now closed, and I am out money for the entire 6 months. Not enough to file a lawsuit, but you just want them to get the heck out of America and peddle their wares someplace else. Stop using lonely singles to make your money Match.com!

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they just shut me off, because, I made a query about my bill. They have made up a fictional character and registered it as my personal account.

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These were not individuals scamming for money, I believe it was the site sending me fraudulent "winks". I got two winks with the same picture, different profiles. The only winks I received were from profiles that, when I went to see their profile, I got a message "sorry sometimes even dating is hard, profile not available". I finally then got a wink which returned a profile when clicked, I paid for the service and responded with an email, and as I was doing this I went back to the profile to get some detail and got the message again"sorry sometimes dating is hard..."

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Cancellation of my account and refusal to reinstate or refund unused membership subscription. I received an email stating that I have violated the terms of the agreement; however, they refuse to discuss the details without a subpoena.

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