Anotherfriend dating site reviews
I wrote to them 3 different times and each time, they replied with the same callous answer that I was taken off due to the terms and conditions of the site. Every time you login you're greeted by incessant pop-ups to try and make your spend (more) money to get features that should be free to users (incognito mode, profile 'boosts'), your matches are arbitrarily selected it seems and based on loosest fitting criteria of profile selections. I asked for a refund but since I used site services, that 1 email, I can't get a refund. I'm in PA, I've had men from FL, TX, IN, WY, MD, ND contact me. So far not one of them has contacted me after months of trying. It is my assessment that and all the others are bogus. They post pictures, tell me women have tried to contact me, I send replies to the women and guess what. The federal government has shut down all the personnel on such sites as Craigslist and Back Page. All they're doing is bilking the public out of their money. I initiated a 3 month subscription with back in July 2015, and used Pay Pal as a payment.Finally, the customer service team are inept, slow, patronising and don't comply with requests from customers for accounts to be deleted - given it's GDPR day perhaps they should be taking this more seriously. out-of-the-blue decided to suspend/cancel my account on Saturday, 5/12. The other one we went out quite a bit, then all of a sudden she flaked out on me. At the time, I was lead to believe that this was an UPFRONT payment that was to use the service for 3 months and then it`s done.One thing they certainly do is give the impression that there are more "active" members on their site than there really are.I know they were part of a class action lawsuit pertaining to fake profiles, scammers, etc. And I know that in an effort to reflect legitimate members, Match has now added features where it shows if someone has read your message, and when the last time that "someone" was online. I have 13 current photos (2 years old or less and the most current being from the present month) on my profile including clear and close up ones and full-length ones. I'm college educated, an empty-nester, fun, outgoing, etc. So, are there really just DOZENS of men on Match who simply don't have the manners to respond to an email with a simple, "No thank you"? and your hopes are built up that you'll get a reply. And then of course after I cancel my subscription (and like others have reported), I start getting all the emails from Match telling me about all the men that are interested in me, messaged me, etc. My account expires on May 5th and I will NEVER join (or other sites like them) again. Match refused to refund my $, no email from Match they were charging my cc.Consumers use personalized 3D avatars to interact with each other."We are excited to be able to offer this feature to our members," states Kevin Greene, CEO of Another Friend.Anyway you miss one thing and you don't get the guarantee anymore. Granted I haven't spent a ton of money on any one site. The sites I've signed up for all do the same thing. After that, they just kept billing me every 3 months!!
In my opinion, this is a misuse of financial information for the purpose of automatically securing financial gain from people who are either not reading the super-fine print, or missing the ~so called~ terms altogether.Those that do not recognize the potential of virtual dating, and adopt a Another Friend, one of Ireland's premier dating sites, has just added Omni Date's virtual dating application to its site.The plug and play application transforms traditional online chats and emails into interactive virtual dates.I have called Match.com's customer service numerous times to search for resolution or a refund, but they refuse to let me speak to a manager, and then usually hang up on me (and I am not being rude). I too, like many other reviewers, paid for a 3 month subscription. They were not able to remove the YES ratings that their system sent out 'on my behalf' nor did they own any responsibility at first trying to blame me. I corrected them as I had no idea what marking YES would do (and their FAQ doesn't clarify either).They have disabled the service I paid for without my consent. During that three month period, checking my daily matches mind you, I received no responses from any of my matches or anyone I messaged for that matter. First of all the app is filled with many fake accounts. What I got was divorcees in their 60s all over the country! So as I told them, I only removed possible matches, accepting none as I previewed the night before. In the end, they refunded my hours-old subscription and put me back into basic service status, which is useless.