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Match.com / deceptive subscription practice.

1 CA, United States Review updated:

Beware of Match.com's subscription. I signed up for just one month at $34.99 and was not informed that I would continue to receive a charge every month if I did not cancel the service. By the time I noticed, I was three months into it.

I think a good rule of thumb for signing up for online services is to use a paypal account, if possible, or a refillable VISA account. Don't even give them the room to debit money from your account.

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  • 28
      24th of Nov, 2009
    0 Votes

    Match.com advises it's subscribers of auto renewal in their Terms and Use. Once you click "Accept" you're part of the auto renewal porgram. Unfortunately, new subscribers are often excited to find a match and don't bother to read the Terms and Use. If someone subscribes on line the customer service reps make the customer aware of the auto renewal program. At that time a cusotmer can opt out of the program.

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