Complaint / review / scam report
Chemistry.com
Man pledged love, asked you to show your intention by d...

Complaint / review text:
Man pledged love, asked you to show your intention by deleting your profile. I decided to ask him for money first since he claims to be wealthy. No response led to a Pig scam investigation that showed him to be a known scammer. I contacted Chemistry.com to inform them and they say they have a no refund policy. Chemistry.com and Match.com are actually paying people to scam paying customers, disgusting! Both Chemistry.com and Match.com posted my profile without my consent. Removing the profile requires a sign-up including your credit card information which they continue to bill.

After exchange of 2 emails with a guy, he started insisting I remove my profile to prove I was interested in him since he removed his profile out of his commitment. This triggered red flags so I went online, easily uncovered he was a known scammer. I spoke with Match and Chemistry.com and neither could find his profile since it was removed. Then Chemistry.com refused to give a refund. All of this took another hour of my time. They would do nothing.in fact, they encourage scammers, provide no consequences to known scammers, and I believe pay people to professionally scam their own paying customers. Don't use these dating sites, Match.com or Chemistry.com.

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Offender: Chemistry.com

Country: USA
Site: www.chemistry.com

Category: Internet & Web

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