xxxcupid CC Bill 20 ladies gave me the run around and then head for the hills Internet
XXXcupid sent me some spam in my email a few weeks ago and I checked out the site. The site is an elaborate set up with a high tech edge to its website. That is the reason why I thought the site was legitimate. I signed up and put my pictures on a profile and a flood of woman checked out my profile. I signed up for a 3 day membership and wrote the women that responded to my ad and they were giving me strange reasons why they couldn't meet up.
I waited a couple of weeks and after receiving 5 "Meet in person" requests I decided to buy a 3 month membership. On top of that I had 20 messages from various women and I thought my ad was doing well.
The first red flag was when my bank declined the site and made me call in to pay them. I thought this is a risk but I just wanted to see what all these women wanted with me. Your curiousity gets the best of you when you sign up.
I responded to all the women and they continued to give me excuses why they couldn't meet me. The women that gave me request to meet in person never responded when I sent them an email. I quickly felt that this site was paying women to answer ads and I sent them an email.
The email simply stated that I was a very attractive man that doesn't have any problems getting women and when I responded to the women on this site they all gave me the runaround. I asked if they were paying these women to respond to my ad. I told them that I wanted a refund immediately and that I would be doing some research on their company.
They responded pretty quickly and refunded my money. At this point I am trying to figure out how there can be a class action lawsuit against this company. I wish I knew more about this but if theres anyone out there that has been ripped off by this site that knows the process of starting a class action lawsuit please do so.
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