Elite dating biz
Today I happened to be looking for something in my bank statement and saw they billed me for 2.00. I send an email telling them a second time today to cancel. If you want to meet someone then keep your eyes open to those around you within your daily walk.I tried to filter matches, but it didn't work. Horrible customer service Most people I was matched with for 0 I paid did not either bother to post a picture. The individuals I was interested in never responded, then several days later I would receive a "security notice" from Elite Singles that those individuals were fraudulent and suspect. After trying out the app for a few days, I found out that this app is nothing like what it described and advertised.After finally getting past all that crap, you get to your match page and can't see any pictures. You have to sign up for 3 months minimum at .95 per month to see anyone's picture.Their refund policy says you send a message to their customer service team and they will get back to you "usually very quickly". They didn't get my money, but I guarantee you won't get all of what you pay back.Furthermore, I can monitor who is looking at my profile, and there have been less than 25 who have actually clicked on my profile to open it. We guarantee that with our assistance you will be able to cancel any subscription to this kind of websites, protect your personal data and get your money back.We have protected many people already, please do not hesitate to contact us. A guy that was on Match AND Elitesingles was trying to contact her through Elitesingles. Although we were only operating in a few countries, such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland and Great Britain.The very first thing you have to do, before you can even get into the site, is take a 30 minute personality test that asks redundant questions.
After 2 weeks of "not much interaction' i asked for a refund. It is not a good experience knowing that I am paying so much for a service that doesn't do as advertised or not worth the money. Asked for a refund when I saw there were no matches within like flying distance of me, and they refused. ' Elite' is also a stretch - more people with a high school diploma than anything else. I had been trying unsuccessfully to filter matches by distance, age, height since day one- it always reverts to a much wider range which I am not interested in.
They refused to give me the full amount and referred me to the fine print in their user agreement.
I bet my paycheck gets at least a month's subscription price out of you. In the end of fulfilling very long test,where I've stated that I'm looking for someone spiritual , intelligent with good manners & tastes, I've been offered to try strictly religious dating apps , because elite singles think They arenot good enough for me.
I was not able to cancel the membership on time (forgot about site) until I saw the automatic renewal-charged me for another year of "nothing elite" (uneducated matches who do not match ANY of the parameters that I set-except for their sex/gender). They actually put a collection agency on to me to claim the renewal subscription fee for a service I maybe accessed a dozen times, and didn't touch for months prior to renewal or since. And still chase your renewal subscription fee via international debt collectors when you choose to never use the site again because of fake profiles and online fraud.
Zoosk is also paid but has much better settings and matching systems. There are few educated people, less genuine people and plenty of scammers. The advertising completely misrepresents their actual stock of potential matches, and complete lack of suitably intelligent matches.