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Match.com Keeps married customers as paying customers Internet
*Consumer Comment: That's a big leap...
*Consumer Comment: you cant be serious
Match.com needs to implement a software or service that performs background checks on its members new and old. Many of its members are married and cheating on their spouse or have a significant other and cheating on their partner. This process should be required and to be part of the sexual offender registry. Married partners and those having affairs can be aggressive towards others and/or have committed sexual offences as well as adultery. We as customers shouldn't be the ones doing these checks. Match.com is all about profit!
Match.com should be held liable for keeping affairs partners/married partners as paying customers. A company should not have to keep them just for profit. What about the welfare of those who thought them to be single? What about the profiles with prostitution written all over them? Hooks and trannies? Seen them all.
This website claims it brings more marriages and more dates than any other website? Incorrect. Every dating website has already claimed the same things. 1% of the time someone is successful and that's rare, folks. I have to go through a hundred profiles before I may think that person is for me. Alas, I'm back to offline.
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