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Seriouscigars.com was hacked and someone got my credit...

Complaint / review text:
Seriouscigars.com was hacked and someone got my credit card and personal info. They used different cards on different emails that were stolen so my card was billed 60$ and I reported it to my bank. The bank reversed the funds and cancelled my card. I got a new card a few days ago and now my email has 100 emails from Canadian men interested in this female hacker. There was also someone else from seriouscigars credit card info used to create the account.

MATCH.com does NOT verify email addresses actually belong to the person registering on the site! They don't use the VERIFY your email to login. If they did, 100% of the would be cut. Luckily enough I took advantage of that and made the spam and credit card some random emails problem. Didn't have to verify remember.:) MATCH.com allows people to make fake profiles with stolen credit cards. If they at least (bare minimum) verified email addresses before allowing FIRST logins. The site would have maybe 1,000 REAL people. This is the best SCAM I've seen to date. I'm not saying people don't find love on here, I'm just saying it's gotta be hard to weed through all the fake hacker stolen credit card accounts. Is there someone out there who can MAKE Match.com VERIFY emails so people don't get spammed? That alone would block the hackers from being able to use a fake card. But wait, Match loves the hackers... People get billed and most never get their money back... Why would they want to change their ways when they make millions? Maybe THEY (Match.com) are the ones hacking so they can do this scam? Also, credit cards should match the account name before they bill you. I mean, it should be YOU, being honest, looking for love on a dating site, so the names SHOULD match. But if Match.com refuses to or does not change their verification policy (or at least ENABLE ONE), then it is my belief that THEY (Match.com) are the ones fraudulently entering card info so they can keep all your hard earned money.

I would like an attorney to contact me to see if we can get a judge to MANDATE them to verify emails at least so hackers can't as easily put in credit card info and steal millions from people. P! Ss! Ng me off...

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Offender: Match.com

Country: USA

Category: Internet & Web

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