- Report: #412160
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Complaint Review: Great Expectations Of Nashville
Great Expectations Of Nashville10 Cadillac Brentwood, Tennessee U.S.A.
Great Expectations Of Nashville Scam Artists Who Prey On Lonely Vulnerable Singles Must Be Put Out Of Business Nashville Tennessee
*Consumer Comment: YOU SHOULD HAVe checked with RIP OFF REPORT--THESE DATING SERVICES ARE MOSTLY SCAMS!
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Interestingly enough, in early August their business number had been disconnected. Then September 6, 2008 I received an email from someone named Natalie Burton telling me that Great Expectations had gone out of business and her dating service was willing to offer Great Expectations members the opportunity to try their program at no cost. I did not call her. I only want Great Expectations of Nashville to cancel my membership and give my credit card company the permission to remove the disputed charge from my credit card. What a nightmare this whole experience has been.
I too would be very interested in pursuing a class action lawsuit if necessary, and have filed a complaint against Great Expectations of Nashville with the Tennessee Attorney General's office.
I will forever be suspicious of and reluctant to sign-up with dating services.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/14/2009 05:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Great-Expectations-Of-Nashville/Brentwood-Tennessee/Great-Expectations-Of-Nashville-Scam-Artists-Who-Prey-On-Lonely-Vulnerable-Singles-Must-Be-412160. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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