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false advertising

This is a scam! What a shame I thought I meet someone Mike if Your not a scam you know Pilgrim see you there Sat 2:00 look for black and silver, lovly

  • Harsh Realities Jul 19, 2009


    Next time use a site that is other than searching for a fellow fornicator like eharmony.

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Rip off

SinglesNet charges my credit card but provides no service. I have e-mailed them numerous times and never...

Fraud and scam

Singlestnet as well as most online dating sights are filled with the bottom feeders of america... i have tried several sights all have the same results... women post fake profiles, fake pictures, i have met several women for a "drink" and want to run home and destroy my computer... i have encountered many latin women who will arrive early, sitting at the bar, orders food and expect me to pay for all of it and i don't know or even like the woman... they seem to be very hungry... and broke... so this is the game... its not the sights, its the fat lying women who use the sights...

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    zx Oct 09, 2008

    marcus, you need to get a better dating service...

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    Dennis Nov 20, 2008

    Sounds like carina 39?????mmm wonder ifit true???

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employees tampering with customer data

On 9/26/08 I updated 3 photos onto singlesnet.com and since this is a time consuming process i elected to leave the site open all night. When I awoke that morning I found that all of my data had been changed my race, description of myself and this long racist essay had been written about me. Since I live alone I knew that it had been executed by a singlesnet employee. A week prior to that I wrote my bio in a 2nd language french so that I might appeal to a particular consumer and this information was rejected nowhere in singlesnet rules does it state that a person must speak english. I wrote to them and they continued to reject my essay. I am very disappointed in this dating service and found this to be extremely unprofessional. I continue to try and contact this service to address this issue.

Total scam

I attempted to email someone i thought is very special. We had im'd once. my email was blocked with a message saying basically this person's sexuality is such that i would not want to talk to him. i was shocked at the message. Tried again, same thing. Later i am messaging, i had to ask this person about that. it was embarrassing, to say the least. He hung in there and convinced me he is not ***. What must have he thought??? Lots of strange things happen on this site. This whole thing is habit forming and i try to stop. Haven't succeeded yet.

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    Roy Nov 20, 2008

    All they do is lie about themselves that they work and REALLY DONT work put up fake essays and all type of nonsense and if you meet somone the next trick is to hit You UP FOR$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ I think that they should take the site down and stop ripping off disabled and poor people

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forgot password

i forgot my password and my regular
email address does not work.
because the email icon on the screen is no longer there.
Since i added yahoo to my computer
My email address [protected]@cableone.net
does not exist!
my new yahoo email address
is [protected]@yahoo.com
My service with singlesnet.com has
not working since 8/15/08
All i need is my password to be sent to
Can you please help?
Thanks william branson

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    funoldnotcold Dec 31, 2010

    Singlesnet.com will not cancel or remove an account through their "Contact Us" email which is the only way to contact them because no phone number is listed on the site.

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I made specific my age requirements 48-63 and started getting a bunch of supposed 28yr olds that I traced back to Ghana Africa and I am never going to use this site again.

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    Nicky Jun 07, 2008

    This site is full of fake profiles. Scammers abound. Fake email communications. poor customer service. Avoid this site like the plague.

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    Mark keyworth Aug 24, 2008

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    Posted: 2008-08-24 by Mark Keyworth [send email]

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    I to was a dumy. i was on a survey, took the trial offer and got scamed. there were no phone numbers on the offer but i thought there would be with the trial shippment.NOT, only a web sight. when i went to bring it up, all that would come up was a picture of the bottle of colonsmartcleasner, when i clicked on the bottle it would take me to another sight. i tried several times the same thing kept happening. So there i found a phone number so i called it. they kept saying they had nothing to do with colonsmartcleasner.needless to say i was very angry.then i thought well when it comes in i would just put on it return to sender and wait for a refund. well it never happend... my bank said they couldnt do anything for thirty days from the day i sent it back. so i waited filled the dispute and waited four days for the results.. well then i get the results from my bank... NOT HAPPY my bank sends me some copys off the internet from colonsmart stating there is only one way you can receive a refund.you have to follow four steps. one of thoughs steps are they do not except Return to sender packages as a way for refund. what they dont say is that package i sent back is theirs now and you get nothing for $88.98.now it said nothing about ANY policys when i ordered the free samples.and when i got the free samples it had nothing of any policys either. so im out the money and the FAKE product(COLONSMARTCLEASNER). OH DID I MENTION YHE PRODUCT DID NOTHING... I TOOK THE SUPPOSEDLY FREE SAMPLES AND HAD NO REACTION !!! if there is anyone out there that can help me get my money back.i would be very happy... [email protected] TO EVERYONE------ STAY AWAY FROM COLONSMARTCLEASNER !!! THERE A RIPOFF !!!

    1 minutes ago by Mark Keyworth [send email]
    i forgot to mention the paperwork my bank got off the internet was dated july 10th 2008 REVISED. this was 2 mth. after i sent mine back. when i got my (FREE) sample.i couldnt get on their web site to cancel nor did they have a phone number... COLONSMARTCLEASNER IS A RIPOFF...

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    afrointroductions victim Jan 04, 2010

    this company provided my personal information to some of it's members, including my name, address, phone number, email address and IP address. the information was posted in their chatroom. this information has been used by its members for identity theft and there have been attempts to hack into my computer as a result of this security breach.

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Fake girls made up by SinglesNet

I would get a whole lot of "winks" when I first made a profile. Then I signed up, and they stopped... Hmmm. Then when I would talk to a girl for a few emails, we would trade regular emails and talk for a second, then she would reply with "why don't you check out my profile on ****site." Why would I want to sign up with another site if I already met you on one? Then, girls would cut to the chase and just start by emailing me with their site links. At least thanks for cutting to the chase so I can ignore you faster. Then I met a girl who later said she lived in Russia. Then she tried to ask for money for the trip (about 2 months later). Ummm... no thanks. Then when I finally found a REAL LIFE girl, she was about 50lbs heavier than she said. *** singlesnet.

  • I have been contacted by Russian women leading me along and then asking for money after posting to singlenet.com!!They are crafty and will be convincing but beware!!! When they find out you are not going to give them money they leave you heartbroken and a little bit wiser to scams!!!

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    Beverly Feb 26, 2009

    I am on Singlesnet as a non-paying member and I have been told by several men that there are a lot of scams from people who just want their money, a ticket to the US, or want to direct them to there porn website.

    I think you just have to be careful and NOT send them money for ANY reason, and NO airline tickets. Also make sure they already live in the US.

    You just have to filter out all the scam members. I don't think Singlesnet is making up fake women. They really don't need to. There are tons of both men and women there already. I'm a real woman, born and raised in California, and just a normal person. I have also been told by several men that they joined just to talk to me, instead of just sending a one line flirt for free. ( I should be charging Singlesnet for the new members I get them...lol...) To make a first time contact, you have to be a paying member. I'm sure lots of women have men join just to talk to them and all Singlesnet has to do is sit there and collect the money. No need for fake women. The scam people on the site have nothing to do with the company and Singlesnet asks you to report all scams.

    Of course... being a woman, and not having to pay to get emails I don't have any complaints about Singlesnet. That being said... I do understand when men pay to meet real women, honest and normal and all they get is scam people or women 15 yrs older then their photo and 75lbs heavier... there is a reason to be bitter.

    Just sort through all the crap quickly and find the good ones.

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    rudiment Mar 19, 2010

    In the past it would have been easy to "filter" through the fakes, scams, bots, and other liars.

    But the programming behind the fake profiles is getting more sophisticated. Especially in the singlesnet chatroom, there are multiple fake profiles running scripts of chat conversations with each other. This makes it appear that there are several people already in the chat room having a great time. So when you enter, and try to talk to others, you're not surprised if they ignore you.

    Also, they've added keyword triggers. So if you type something with the keyword in it, like say "president", one of the chat bots will respond with a pre-configured response that is just generic enough to appear real, like..."I don't like President Obama's policies".

    And I'm quite sure that there are live operators of these fake profiles available to step in if someone raises suspicion. So they can be programmed to alert the live operator if the chat room sees words like "fake", "bot", "spam", or "shill".

    As these bots become more sophisticated, they can quite easily mimic some basic conversations and run scripts that are exceedingly difficult to catch on to.

    The ONLY way to be sure you are talking to someone real is to have them take a photo of themselves with a hand written note with YOUR user name on it. And since this is quite a bit of trouble (I did it with a girl last night as an experiment, and took forever for her to get the pic to me).

    There are plenty of real people on this site, and I actually have been on a date with one. And no dating site can eliminate scams from 3rd parties completely...but I'm convinced that singlesnet is part of the fraud.

    Some of the patterns that I've seen serve no other purpose but to promote the singlesnet site itself and to try to keep people coming back and paying their subscription fees.

    Not only is this blatant fraud, which should be the basis of a class action lawsuit, but any REAL people on this site should be upset at the amount of attention that is diverted away from them and focused on pursuing fake profiles.

    Even if you're not a paying member, (most female users are not), then you should realize that when you go on the site or enter the chat room, the attention of other users is being distracted away from you by profiles with "too good to be true" pictures and descriptions. Then the fake users proceed to entice the other users with claims of liberal sexual habits and wild parties.

    Some singlesnet users are promoting "meet & greet" parties, which do not appear to be sponsored by the official site, yet are rumored (by apparently fake users) to be very wild and have all the wildest fake profile bimbos brag about how drunk and wild they got.

    FYI, here is the latest M&G party invite:
    "Saturday, March 27th gathering at Black Bull Chop House 300 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA 92648 (714) 969-6700 http://blackbullchophouse.com/ night club that features a mechanical bull and plays top dance music. Please let me know if you're able to attend. If you get there before 10:00 p.m. you can beat the $5.00 cover charge. A parking structure is across the street. If you come before 8:30 p.m. parking would be free but after 8:30 p.m. it would cost you $5.00. So, let's plan on getting there before then, do some serious dancing and having some fun."

    Whether the party is in any way real remains to be seen. I can assuredly guarantee that the smokin' hot alleged users that said they would be there will NOT be there. Probably a dozen or so lonely guys may show and be quite confused at the lack of cute young singlesnet girls.

    I have yet to see alleged photos of the previous alleged M&G. I have yet to be convinced that EVERY chatroom isn't seeded with fake profiles and shill users.

    This WILL be uncovered. And trust me, I've been frequenting all kinds of chat rooms since before the modern internet existed...I've seen ALL the tricks. These people will be exposed.

    Singlesnet most certainly is involved in this fraud and telling someone that they just need to "filter" better or that their profile comes off as too needy is just plain naive.

    I've read many posts on this complaint, and I can already see that there are sellout shills posting claims of true love found just to throw people off.

    Anyone that has actually had success with the site needs to prove it by posting photos of themselves TOGETHER, along with their usernames on the site.

    Not all of us are fools.

    Gary Tarbell aka "rudiment"

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  • Valerie Jun 03, 2016

    I have been on singlesnet since February and have recently deleted my profile. The men on singlesnet are liars especially in their profiles. They make it seem like they are seriously looking for a monogamous relationship. However, each man I dated either was a married man or looking to seduce a woman to ***. Singlesnet does not screen or ask for proof that a person is not married. Therefore, it has become a playground for married men to fantasize and get cheap thrills. A cheaters haven. I detest this site as it offers nothing to women but make us prey to those men seeking to take advantage of us. I'll stick with E-Harmony which is a much safer site for women.

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    Sylvester Jun 03, 2016

    OK, so...what are you wearing?

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Scam and fraud

Singlesnet.com, allows scam and fraud account people to be members. They do not screen the members enough...


I have tried more than once today to report an issue to the singlesnet.com office. I have had two males ask me for sex. I wanted to know how to block the two from further contact. I get no response. If I don't get an answer tomorrow on how to block the contact I will report the service to my state attorney general cyber unit. Bet I get results then. Kentucky doesn't take kindly to cyber crime. The attorney general has an entire unit devoted to these type crimes. This is an absurd reason to have to complain to the atty general because the service should do something...unless they are promoting prostitution that is.

  • Valerie Jul 01, 2008

    I was directed to Singlesnet.com by a posting on a truly free classifieds site. The person said it was a Cool site and she had posted pictures there. After filling out the questionnaire and joining for a free trial, her screen name was not there. ??? The free trial lasts a whole day.

    Meanwhile I am getting other baits like so-and-so is interested in you, but now the money must be paid in order to respond.

    I have a gut feeling Singlesnet.com is fishing for business and not in an honest fashion!

    I am more leery now about using any of these types of sites.

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    jonsinnger Aug 27, 2008

    Singlesnet has a few and a very few real members. Most of the profiles are either ringers (photos of models and made up profiles) or prostitutes soliiting business from lonely men. The real profiles are years old and if you give Singlesnet dot com your credit card number you will be billed at random for ever until you cancel the card altogether. You are better off trying to meet a decent woman by pretending to have lost your dog at the park than you are with singlesnet or match or eehk harmony (partner companies). Don't waste the 30 bucks a month to get put on a hooker mailing list!

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    Martin Brian Pecorella Oct 07, 2008

    I can honestly say, I have never had a 'major' issue with Singlesnet services, any and all issues have been resolved..Im happy with the service..I am not an employee!!
    I have met a number of wonderful ladies and the those that I havent had the fortune to meet, I have had excellant conversation with..and thats even w/out me having a pic on this site!!
    If you sign up, use common sense, ur gut reaction to any red flag situation should be reacted to immediately and anyone who says they 'love you' right off the bat or are from Russia or the Moon, beware!!!

    I have been a memeber (on and off) or about 4yrs!!!

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All they do is make people angry

I have never gone to the singles net website, yet I am getting 20 to 30 emails or more emails a day from people trying to get me to go. I am NOT single and even if I were I would NOT use an online dating service. I want off of the mailing list.

Unsolicited emails are not going to get most consumers to go to a website. I won't even open these emails. I waste time deleting masses of the things. Whoever told singlesnet that this was an effective way of marketing was incorrect. All they do is make people angry.

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    Pheadrus Aug 20, 2008

    I agree. Some idiot has used my yahoo email address to create an account with this organisation, which means that particular inbox is bombarded with emails from their members, all of which I will ignore/delete unread.

    You can't even contact anyone to stop this nonsense; when you visit their website and write a complaint, a pop-up window tells you to call a non-UK number! Yes, right, as if I'm going to do that.

    So, for those who have plenty of time to waste with this very poor marketing strategy, carry on, as I shall continue ignoring the spam from you.

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    Nicole Sep 04, 2008

    I agree to thiss li9st it is stupid

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Deceiving profiles and photos

I signed up expecting to meet real people. The fact that I have received over 7 emails from people claiming to be different people however they all had the same stories, etc. I lost someone 4 years ago and they are playing on that - all the emails are from phony people claiming to be widowers, with no existing family, claiming to have lost their wives in tragic accidents, got their degrees at Oxford, UK, with very poor English. The photos belong to someone else. They are unable to talk on the phone and want you to use messenger, and about the time you answer back they are going on a business or family trip and will be gone for some time, and their work takes them out of the country all the time. Don't know how they can be real if they have different photos and the same stories. They claim to be in love when they have never met or talked to you over the phone - I am a bit too smart to think someone can fall in love with one email!!! One of the pictures they used was of someone I know that has nothing to do with that site and feel they are using stock photography photos. Think they need to clean up their approach and stop deceiving people.

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    Deb Van De Berg Jun 12, 2008

    You are right... You do need to be careful... But I did this in another way... Your first question should be, " can you and will u pass a background check for me because of my profession????? That helped from 20 responders to 3, , , , Then I did the backgrounds and all three checked out. I then started asking the important questions, "How do u help people every day? What role do you play in your families life? What do you need out of life? Where do you want to be in five years? " Well then, I narrowed it to two, spent another week and eliminated the one and was very kind and upfront with him and then finally met the other. I've been dating him for over a month and a half and the newness is wearing off and we are getting to know each other very well... and I can honestly say he is the first man whom has ever treated me as a lady... and in alot of ways he completes me so far and so i encourage everyone out there to use the site and just be a little more cautious, take charge, and ask the right questions... if you know from the get go that you aren't interested, move on... keep looking and keep talking... and when your day hasn't been complete because you haven't talked to your internet pals, you may have caught something... time and patience will pay off and work hard, because every good relationship is worth it..time you invest into someone else is never a waste of time, it's a journey. Good luck !!!
    [email protected]

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    Brad May 28, 2008

    File a written complaint against them with the interstate commerce commission, the state attorney general - consumer fraud - in the state where you live and the one to which you were traveling (if different), and the better business bureau in the city where you live and the city to which you were traveling.

    It will cost them thousands to deal with all this and you will get your money back and a free ticket and more (and will have done a good service)

    Also, if you were victimized by black against white racism (as thousands of others have been), file a complaint with the United states attorney

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    Colleen Jul 27, 2008

    I just received my bank statement and there was this $24.95 charge for something called SINGLESNET, INC. Right before that charge is a refund for the same amount, then the withdrawal. I googled it and found it's some dating site. But I've never signed up for it. I tried writing them, but I get an error saying my email address is not registered there. Then HOW can they be charging me?? I can't figure out how to cancel this and can't find any useful information about it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Karol Nov 19, 2008

    Singlesnet, Inc is a scam. Hopefully the owner will be caught and sent to Prison for a long period of time. They steal your credit card information using Phishing techniques and then charge you $24.95 per month forever (until you cancel your card and report them as fraud).

    Whenever you see a charge from Singlesnet, Inc please contact your Visa/MC provider and tell them your card has been compromised and to cancel it immediately.

    I imagine the operators of the scam will be caught soon.

    Let's hope they get raped in prison!

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    Chris May 11, 2009

    This is rediculas...I cancelled a couple months ago and can't even get ahold of this site to verify...I am very unhappy...my credit card company said to submit a dispute in writing from my statement

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    Chris May 11, 2009

    I am pissed...

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    vtwookie Jun 05, 2009

    I don't like these ###! I used paypal to file the transaction for testing their service out. I'm positive I'll get my money back via paypal support but I'll sue these ### with you guys... because no man(women included) should be taken with such disrespect. Since they are registered as a biz with paypal their service as a company most likely will be terminated. Whats awful is you can't access their site to communicate with the ###. I've even used proxy servers to bypass their site security. These douches need to be brought to justice. Everyone deserves the right to find a partner equal to them self. Good thing it was only 24.95 and nothing more. BUT!!! I will not rest for the sake of a people's HEARTS! ~_~ I'm passionate person so I will rip their mental innards till they suffer pain beyond their wildest imaginations. Ooh yeah I recommend you by the way to always use paypal on shifty looking sites! ^_^ thank you!

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    vtwookie Jun 05, 2009

    ... well I ment man like mankind... but ~_~ some people are dicks and think men when they hear man... soo to clarify I stuck (women included).. Glad to clear up something like that which could be taken as sexist... anyways ~_~ KEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT! JUSTICE WILL PREVAIL!

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    kristylynn86 Sep 10, 2009

    I have charges to my bank account and I never once have been on singlesnet.com. It does not make sense to me that there are these charges on there. I know for a fact that I did not authorize this charge and neither did the other person on the account because at 11:00 am on that particular sunday morning, he was in bed asleep with me. How do I go about getting my money back or at least filing a nasty complaint with these people. I keep trying to contact them via email, however since my email address is not listed on their website, I cannot email them to actually file one. This is very important to not only the security of my account, but the 9 year relationship that I have always considered a great one with the other card holder of my account. I am completely shocked to see this charge on my bank statement and would appreciate any help that I can get with this situation. PLEASE HELP ME!!!

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    Nell Deacon Apr 27, 2011

    I have been charged every month for 24.95, since October, I cancelled the service in October, I do not have a profile. I have cancelled the credit card, that was the only way I could stop the charges. The bank was not helpful at all.

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Customer Service Denine Me A Confirmation Number

Was denine a confirmation number to cancel my membership. Customer service said it doesn't provide comfirmation numbers. I was told by a customer service employee verbally over the phone that it has been canceled on April 22nd. To my surprise I was bill $24.95 on April 23rd. This is a scam. Please look into the other dating services offer on line. There are some good ones out there that are honest. Good luck !

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    Aaron Apr 30, 2008

    I urge everyone to go to www.Plentyoffish.com! Everything on the site is 100% genuine and 100% free!! Some of the daters even host speed dating or recreational events in the areas in which you live. It's the best site I've found so far!

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    jeannie mitchell May 06, 2008

    I joined this site for one month only, I have tried to unsubcribe, & I thought it went through but I got my bank statement in the mail today & it shows that singles net is still charging my account. Please... customer service... UNSUBSCRIBE me now & credit the money back to my bank card... as I have not even used this site for sometime now!!!

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    windy mo Jan 22, 2009

    I am in a query. I went to log on to my website and was informed it had been deleted and/or closed.
    Would you please tell me who the person was that did such a thing. I love my Singlesnet and am just devastated that someone would do this to me. What do I do?
    PS I do EXPECT a reply from Singlesnet.

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    fancycat01 Mar 01, 2009

    this is kathy armstrong e-mail [email protected];I want off this sight today' ITS a scam;these filthy talking men most nigeneras pretending to be american please take me off today. thanks kathy

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    dashonbrown May 06, 2009

    [email protected] would like her name removed from your list.I have changed my mind.Thank you.

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    Kaly47 Sep 28, 2010

    I paid for a full year on singlesnet.com. I met someone so I got off for 2 weeks. Now that I try to go back on my account, they deny me access. Twice, I have tried to create a NEW account, even a "free" one and it throws out my account and I can't find singlesnet.com even on search. WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE??? WHERE DID MY MONEY GO AND WHY CAN'T I HAVE EVEN A FREE ACCOUNT????? I have sent letter after letter to customer service and NO RESPONSE!!! How can they do this????

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Claiming you send free emails to nonmembers

I ran to a woman in club the day she told me that she met someone from Singlesnet.com and was for free. I her it wasn't free, but she insisted it was free. I was lured to this sites years ago on the premise that it was a "free " dating site. I would recieved messages from possible suitors and read their profiles. When to come to emial them back I was redirected to secure page for payment to send a message to paying members. I sign up going to be free send and recieved messages from other people. I went back to this to complaint about their policies.

I recieved message from the company saying

"It is free as a non-paying member to send and receive emails from any of our paid registered members. These are identified as featured with the gold border. The Benefits of upgrading and becoming featured member:
-Initiate conversations with as many members as you wish.
-Non-paying members can e-mail you for free at any time.
-Enhanced compatibility matching technology.
-Your profile gets top search ranking"

Then complaint futher this my next respond from them following:

Being a on paying member you only can flirt or respond to paid member's mail."

This site doesn't live up their offer the mentioned below:


Singlesnet free offer allows you to

contact other members
create your own personal profile
no credit card required
limited time offer

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    Caution Apr 23, 2008

    The same thing just happened to me. What a crying shame. They appear to be really nice people. About a month into the relationship/emails, they are about to finish whatever project they are on and run into huge problems and need money to bail them out. Very loving and caring people, really play on the emotional side very well. Always with the love and trust issues. The usually have no or little family, very few friends, no credit cards and are business owners. Please be very cautious, no business owner would be huge success without most or many of the above factors in their lives. Especially traveling abroad without a credit card. Also they say that the hotels do not accept credit cards...

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    Clifton Apr 23, 2008

    They are also on sites such as YAHOO PERSONALS AND MATCH. If they have an unusually attractive photo, chances are its a scam.

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    Eve Sep 27, 2008

    I was contacted by a man on a internet dating site. He sent me what he claimed were pics of himself and yes he was very handsome. Claimed he was French by birth and a single parent. Has a six year old daughter. Lives in Manchester. Mother lives in Scotland and he is a writer by proffession. He declared his love for me by the forth email and even thou we had never met nor had I sent him pics as he kept requesting because I knew something was not right. To cut a long story short. He left Manchester to go to Nigeria to launch a book he had written on the government.(emailed me a copy of his ticket) Email from him said book launch a success. Few days later on the day he was due to return to UK he is arrested by government officals because the book had 'misinformation about a Nigerian offical' He was now been held in remand and had to pay a fine to be allowed to come home as offical very unhappy. He was unable to get any kind of help for one reason or another so needed my help and how much he loved me. I said ok will help by contacting the British or French embassay. When he begged me not to but to keep this between us I had the proof that I needed that he as a con man. After asking if he had a web cam so I could see him he said 'No before moving on to telling me how to send the money by Western Union along with the name of the person I should send it to as he was in remand so would not be able to collect. He is detained yet had access to computer to email me. I never sent him any money as for him being French he is a about as much French as George Bush. Since my running with this man I have done lots of research on the net and there is a lot of info out there on scammers.

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    nrie Feb 22, 2009

    A woman by the name of princesssharon4 tried to scam a male friend of mine, said she is out of nigeria, no family, blah blah, blah, then hit him up for money, to "come be with him"-anyone familiar with her?

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    todd mansfield Dec 20, 2009

    i got scamed bye a girl named flora collins she met me on bearshare and quikly fell in love with me mean wile never asking me for a cent.then she wanted to come live with me she is in nigeria going to oau and class is almost done and she needs money to get plane ticket but mean wile saying her mom would help.on the day she was to leave on way to air port van she was in go in accdent and she went to hospital some fake doctor called me for more money i new rite away i got scamed and she got me for 3000$ and me on welfare i am loseing everything over her as we speek she still wont give it up.she clamed to be from ohio usa i am loseing my home and everything over this scammer she good let me no if u see her i will add her photo my username is hottoddy

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Fake profiles

They offer a free membership profile, but send flirts from women that do not know that the company is sending these flirts to men. They do this so you will join the site for $28.95. When I wrote these ladies back I found that they never sent the firt and they did not know what I was talking about. It's clear that they have a internal system that can send flirts from members that are unaware.

The company also says that it screens profiles, but often profiles from scam artist Russian women are not removed. It's easy to find these fake profiles that have model pictures and the word "I want to find a interesting person."

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    Mark J. Bennett Oct 09, 2007

    I filled out the minimum of info and then had a look around. Within 3 minutes my email had 6 contacts...one just happened to be an attractive blond I had seen earlier but done nothing. On her profile I noticed that she described herself as brown hair...strange for a blond? In the corner of her photo was a logo - NewFaces.com. I went to that site and found it was a modeling resource and there she was. Obviously she had no need of a dating site so the earlier profile was faked. The supposed flirts I had received immediately promoted me to fully subscribe to flirt or contact back and yet when I looked at my account, no one had even looked at my profile. Save your time and keep your money for a Friday night out - you will have better luck.

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    Charles Craig Sullivan Oct 18, 2007

    I was scammed on SingleNet. out of 3,200.00 from a fake member. 10/17/07 Using name Stephanie Maxwell of Syricuse New York. She was on business in Lagos Nigeria. She had an accident and needed my help. I found her MySpace page and it looked legit and had basically the same info that SingleNet had. She w/ blond 35 year old business owner no kids never married. Who do I need to contact about this?

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    Charles Craig Sullivan Oct 18, 2007

    I must retract my complaint w/ the board. And Offer my regret and appoligy to Stephanie Maxwell of Syrucuse New York. I stated that I was scammed and I truely thought I was ,with all the fraud going on in Lagos Nigeria. I wired a girl I met online 3200.00
    I did not hear back from her till late and by that time I had done much research. And was convinced I was scammed out of my money. She did contact me She did provide a pass port proving her Identity. I am truely sorry for any inconvinance that I may have caused.

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    Jeff cleveland Feb 02, 2008

    I not only met some total babe on singlesnet she traveled 1k miles to see me we worked together etc.. No site is exempt from BS but the only factor that was problematic for me was the search process. You have to go thru 500 names in your area. So there's my experience only, get savy and as in sex and in computers, USE PROTECTION!

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Fraud and cheating!

I recently signed up for singlesnet and i have regretted it ever since, its nothing but spam, i met two...

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