ED Magedson – Founder
Corresponded with "Ambassador" female who I thought was legitimate. After 3 weeks or so, received copy of same correspondence I had received three weeks prior. This gave rise to my suspicion, plus on one of the later chats she referred to me as "sweetie". I e mailed Mate1 asking about their Ambassador designation. They never replied. I cancelled membership. What this means, based on the article by the young lady I have just looked at, the displayed photo(s) as well as the correspondence are false! This is a scam of the greatest magnitude. Money, time, and people's feelings are being played with; this is truly a despicable act. I callculate that 95% of the responses I received were scams; this is bad enough. Now, we haear from a company that is working alongside the scammers, scamming as well, and paying someone to do it! This is even more grievous! I have lost complete faith in the computer dating business, and anyone who thinks they are getting a real person, behind some real honest, truthful writing, is in for a very rude awakening! The computer dating service is teaming with ripoff scoundrels; you really have no idea how many! Mate1 should be the first to be put out of business post haste.
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