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Deceptively offer free membership when you sign for one of their events, this then renews deceptively to a monthly charge (not DD or standing order, all done from the original visa payment).I only spotted this after four months and after explaining that this was deceptive and illegal, received a partial refund but this was protracted, difficult and made more so by this company, who hide away the cancellation option on their website, requiring confirmation codes, emails etc.
Thanks I went speed dating with a friend and then signed up for the minimum membership so I could chat to the 'girls' apparently trying to contact me.Paid for a singles party with Speeddater in London and a speed dating event.There were very few people and the guys were really dodgy and desperate.Met some fantastic people at the Bristol event last month, matched with a couple of them, all fine.A lot of people on here complaining about fake people turning up to events but everyone seemed genuine and friendly. Full of bots, scammers and randoms, it's basically unusable.I logged in on their website and they charged me the following months for a subscription I never intended to sign up for.
I tried to get my money back and they claimed that I had accepted their "terms and conditions" I ended up calling my bank and canceling my card to stop the monthly billing.For all I know half of the girls there were scammers too anyway. However the website is unusable as a dating site as it is full of scammers and webcam girls looking for business. They lie about what they do and tell you they will tick you yet you never hear of them again. The actual speeddating night was ok and to be expected, but when you get a match and you submit your ticks, you have to carry on messaging your matches through the website?Also think carefully about what their "80% get at least one match" mean. The Speed Dater people haven't responded to my emails and don't seem to care about the problem. I googled the picture for one of the people and saw her "acting/modelling" profile. Why cant you just get a mobile number of your matches, i know, so they can grab more money off you! Some really nice people there, had a fun evening and several of us found a date 2.(1) There are thousands of complaints posted on the internet against the websites owned by Cupid plc (which owns in particular uk), not just on sitejabber but on all complaints websites, just showing how hated the company is.Customers from all over the world complain about the same recurring issues: recurrent billing, fake profiles, deceptive emails and chats from Cupids staff, rude or inexistent customer service, lack of refunds, abuse of personal data for commercial purposes, deception (2) The BBC and the Information Commissioner Officer (ICO) have received numerous complaints against Cupid from deceived customers.I went to a speed dating event recently in central London and left after an hour. Half the women didn't even live in London (one was actually on holiday from America), most were overweight, and very few were professionals (one woman talked non stop about nandos). I came to the speed dating area at 7.59pm and was told it was full and it had started. I contacted customer service and they were rude and just had ridiculous excuses not to refund me. Few of them apparently cancelled the profile before having the chance to rate them. £20 feels quite pricy for what it is, considering all that happens is that you're sat at a table for three minutes with your date and rotate round.