A Review of eHarmony
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Reviewed By: Sue
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: June 03, 2012
Wish I could give eharmony minus 10 stars! What a total scam this website is. When I first signed up, I had a date right away. The guy was no more interested in me than the man on the moon. That seemed strange to me. Then nothing until I subscription was going to expire, then another date. That guy was exactly the same. Not interested. I got caught in the "auto renewal" scam. They would not let me out of the renewal, no matter what. I was being set up with people who were many states away from me, when I set my preferences to the local area. No one contacted me until right before my subscription was going to expire. One guy made the move fast and we had a dinner date. This guy was no more interested in me than the man on the moon. And he was giving me dating advice. Next guy, seemed perfect for me, we spoke on the phone and made plans to get together the following weekend. That weekend has come and gone and I didn't receive a phone call or email from the guy. Mean while I did receive an email from a guy that stopped communicating with me last August. He tried a restaurant I recommended to him in July (we are now in June). I reply to him that it was odd he should contact me right before my subscription was going to expire. He wrote back that he was disappointed that I wasn't keeping my subscription and told me he cancelled and resigned up twice!
Here's my conclusion; eharmony pays people to try to keep you interested in the service. It is the BIGGEST scam around. Do Not waste your money on this!
They should be reported to your local Better Business Bureau for their scam!