Singlesnet.comSinglesNet are a bunch of crooks!

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Singles net are a bunch of crooks these people are hurting the feelings of many people who are looking for love they don't care about you they just want your money if i could i would close this site down and all links to it. Some peoples last chance to find there life partner on these kind of sites singlesnet shame on you how do you sleep at night.

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  • Ka
    [email protected] Aug 21, 2017
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    Recover funds lost to romance scam: I lost everything and fought back hard contact me
    Katiecor44 (at) gmail (dot) com

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    Wayne Carter Jun 07, 2016

    I have not beem able to connect to singlesnet.com error 500.and hoe 504 pops up then I try to connect!
    Wayne Carter
    [email protected]

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  • Wh
    Whtwingdove42 Jun 07, 2016

    Singlesnet.com is not true singles website. There are men on there that are living with their spouses, girlfriends or living with women in general.

    There is a man that goes by several s/n and he is as fake as can be, he is a liar, and a con man he will lie to your face while a woman he is living with is in another room.

    He goes by several s/n like JackDainels07, Sourmash07, Sunnydayz, or even Waterhazard.

    How do I know this cause I'm the woman he is living with so don't say that you have not been warned!

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    anniefla Jun 07, 2016

    Refer to complaint s on website for singlesnet.com (too numerous to give an exact number. I signed off with anniefla.

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    Ari Jun 07, 2016

    I have been posting personal ads on another site. I keep getting female responses which give a link to a site with another name in it, but it takes you to Singlesnet. The response to my ad of course is a spoof by someone who is not a real person responding but an advertising ploy instead. I used to belong to their site and they misrepresent the number of members by making the same members re-appear over and over again on searches.

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    gresha31 Jun 07, 2016

    i cant open my messages in singlenet..its been a month now..i received mails in my email address but i cant open it..its say...( The Singlesnet.com technical team is performing an upgrade to our service. We ask for your patience during this time and to please check back in the next hour. Thank you for your understanding. )but its been a month already..

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    Tina M. Chee Jun 07, 2016
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    I signed up for a free dating service. Single net dot com. In the beginning mail sent was mine. Recently I have been recieving some one else single net mail ([email protected]). That is not my email address. My email address is ([email protected]). I feel that this needs to be corrected immediately. Thank you for your time.

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    alexander Jun 07, 2016
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    You are absolutely right! It started to wonder me when I was browsing through the members profiles and the same people appeared over and over again.. So I decided that I should make a Google search...

    I was just about to give them my credit card info and money..!
    In the end I think my instincts got the best of me... and I'll have get a girlfriend in the old fashion way..!

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    dg Jun 07, 2016
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    Great, if we can't trust the better business bureau, who can we trust? And who can we report this to?

    This shady company tricked me into not cancelling my paypal subscription when I cancelled my paid membership, then took more money from me, and then did some REALLY shady stuff (email me for details) that exposed them for the crooks they are -- and they've done this to alot of other people. What they're doing is illegal. They deserve to be shut down.

    We need to stop just complaining and actually take action somehow. I don't want to let this go. These people deserve to be punished.

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    ted.tedman Jun 07, 2016
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    They said FREE in the spam, and it is NOT free. You get teased from people who may not be real, and if you want to email, then it costs. Not even 1 FREE anything. Deceptive, and certainly a bad quality when trying to date. I did have a date service a long time ago that really was FREE. (When it started out.) And I really did get some dates, but it was not like this... Oh well. I just hate to spend money and then get laughed at. Not even the money, just such a damn insult.

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    sue Jun 07, 2016
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    This singles site is a scam. just about every email i received from "interested" men all said the same thing in different words. They were gold dealers, they were engineers, they were antique dealers, they were widowed, they had children, their wife died in an auto accident, blah blah blah... all lies. All they wanted was an instant message address to tell the same lies. When i emailed singlesnet.com to ask why was i receiving multiple emails from different men with the same story, they refused to answer me. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SITE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. One of these guys asked if he could move back to the states, sell everything he owns in the UK and live with me cause he loved me so much. That was the first email. Yeah, right. Be careful and don't fall for any of it!

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    Benjamin Jones Jun 07, 2016
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    I signed on to try singlesnet.com for the 1 month duration. They have several packages. But I chose the one month. I quickly found that the service provides nothing but scams and fake profiles. I decided not to ask for a refund since I did try the service as a test. However after the month was over they billed my account again. I called and they said that the terms of the agreement say that I am on autopay. I don't remember seeing that, but Ok... I said, I'm not using the service and you just billed my account two days ago. Can I get a refund and cancel my account. They said I can cancel the account, but i can't get a refund.

    The signup process makes it seem like they have a several packages based on duration to choose from. And I was choosing to try the 1 month minimum. This is absolutly dispicable and deceptive.

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    J Jun 07, 2016
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    I just had to fill a complaint against Singlesnet.com and also the BBBOnline for giving them a "seal" of approval. Singlesnet is a complete SCAM. I am not going to say that there are not "real" people on the site because there might be a few, but I would say the majority are not at all. My experience:

    1) Russian scam looking for money (this has happened at least five times).
    2) Nigerian scam looking for money (this has happened once).
    3) Other "dating/hook-up" sites that send you basically to another bogus site (this has happened at least 10+ times). DO NOT waste your time or money on this site. It is a waste. Not only are most the profiles false, but there are very limited search functions and ways to limit one's search. The site might be better in large metropolitan areas, but I would imagine that there would be just as many fake profiles there too.

    Be careful if you do decide to join. Check locations against what they say in their profile, if doesn't match then it might be a good sign that they aren't real. Also check spelling, Russian's can't spell and have an odd way of forming sentences. Nigerians are completely ignorant of American culture, but can spell very well. The last warning is if looks to good to be true, it is.

    I am more upset at the BBB for giving them an "endorsement" even though their site says that they don't endorse anyone. Their seal is on the Singlesnet's website, that to anyone going to the site is saying "hey this is a legitimate company." Singlesnet is far from being legitimate and now I am questioning the legitimacy of BBBOnline. I hope this helps someone. As I told someone the other day "the Internet is half lies and the the other half is fabricated truth" and that is a good why of summing up Singlsnet.

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    Mark Zullo/Owlspirit Jun 07, 2016
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    Elena Zelentskaya, aka(has hundreds of names), may be same person in picture that other people have on this complaint board Im sure.This morning pulled the she needs some money line, so I went to web page and founld20 pages of web addresses on the scam.Finaly after hours of checking sites fould the picture that matcthed 1 of the 8 she(?) sent me.Started I thought she was a profile from LA, cal.I will be glad to send them as she(?) broke my hart Forever.Her e mail is [email protected] You may see if its her by checking with Russiandetective.com She fould me on singlesnet.com, before I got pissed off and quit the site, she sent me her e.

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    karl chebator Jun 07, 2016
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    I was taken by Tatiana Kosimova, a Russian woman looking to come to the US. [email protected] She convinced me to help with her tickets and then send more so as to be able to show financial stability to customs. She was to return the money at the airport but never showed. Lost 3100$. [email protected] is probably a fake web site. They verified everything that she told me.

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    LAna Jun 07, 2016
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    So it so strange with this site! I tried put profile of my co-worker, and this was open only once! and for second time the system - tell us...we no have this email address in our data base! then we tried for another email address and again was able open for once!
    and for now, I happy I saved the email address my friend, because the system no open for me during one week and no any explantion from site. So I asked my freind..he see me there, my profile, my photos..he said - I am dissaperaid!!!
    So I want to know! what there happend!!!

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  • Ja
    James Monroe Jun 07, 2016
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    I received an e-mail from a woman on this site that initially claimed she was from Flowers, Ala. Frailmary later turned out to be "Olga" from Russia. Guess who needed money to come to this country?

    I don't think so...

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    kira martinez Jun 07, 2016
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    dont shut it down in the middle of talking with someone

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    Rolando Olivo Jun 07, 2016
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    I also talked to someone named Olga she said she was Olga from Russia. On her profile it said she lived in winchester ca but after a few e-mails found out she was from Cheboksary and her name was Olga (Olenka) After reading about Russian scams on the internet i decided to ask her more and more questions. She has stoped e-mailing me and i belive she was going to try to scam me out of money. She told me her dad was killed in a fire explosion and her mom was also named Olenka.
    Her profile as she wrote: Just be carefull with this person
    I work in a private polyclinic I help the main doctor with its documents.

    My nationality - Russian. I - 27 years of age. My weight - 53 kg.

    My height - 176 centimeters.

    My loved color pink. I love flowers: tulips, carnations.

    My hobby should on a factory internal flowers.

    I do not know what to write to you. I - so worry. I write the person

    in the Internet for the first time.

    Well, I shall continue, as I spoke, earlier I am a lonely girl.

    I had only one guy the last year.

    But it did not love me, it wanted only a floor .

    I did not give it a floor, and we have left.

    I think, that the woman should wait for prince and to be to it the true wife.

    Thus she should have a floor only with its beloved.

    We have no, enough people in our city and all from them - natives of the north.

    All from them like to smoke and drink. Except for that they count women silly

    and do not respect women.

    I do not love it. And I do not see here the worthy person.

    My girlfriend notified to me to find the unique person in the Internet.

    She heard, that in the Internet is possible to get acquainted with the interesting person.

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    Metta Majernik Jun 07, 2016
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    I have had several men have interest in me and all have almost the same sort of lines. One asking me for money and willing to come to me. Three men in particular. When I put two and two together I began to wonder that they where all in together on a scam or even terrorists and this has frightened me. I would never tell anyone to visit this site.

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  • Si
    Singlesnet.com Jun 07, 2016
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    ALL of the dating sites have scammers and people that just want your email address, not just Singlesnet.com. You can almost always tell the real people from the scammers, unless you really are too stupid. I've used a few different dating sites, and the key is patience. If you expect to sign up and be dating within a few days, you're naive. It may take several weeks to start meeting people, but unless you have some very unattractive characterics (physical or otherwise), you'll hook up eventually. I've actually had more look on Singlesnet that some of the other sites.

    Check out http://www.okcupid.com. It's one of the best sites I've seen and it's FREE!!!

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    davidewescott Jun 07, 2016
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    I am brand new to online dating, when i joined, they asked for search area, i put down 50 mile radius from where i live. I am getting contacts from all over the country, when i complained i received a "form email saying it based on compatibility. My profile info does not match what they're sending me. I have only been on here 2 weeks, already i have been tried to be scammed. I complain, same thing form email response. There's an old adage that i always have found to be true a first impression is a lasting one, needless to say i am not impressed. As a first time user i will not recommend this service to any one, i sent them several e-mails stating it's not up to me to police their web site. With the revenue they generate you would think that security would be paramount.

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    jacob heinle Jun 07, 2016
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    was only a member for two days.did some digging and found it to be spam.would get woman from all over the country when in my profile i said within a 50 mile radius of where i live.one asked me if i wanted to join a porn site.and most off the womans profiles were all the same.glad i caught it early.getting my money back is a different story.

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    Andrew Jun 07, 2016
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    The first day that I signed up, i recieved a flirt from a profile, so of course, i responded! It turned out to be nothing than someone overseas wanting me to have a western union money transfer to their account so that they could "get back to the states to meet with me" I was so distasted with it, that I completely lost interest in all other profiles because of the possiblilty that they too had the same intentions. You would think that the $30 dollars i had spent for one month subscription offered me some sort of protection against fake profiles and scammers, but I guess that isn't in line with what singlesnet has in store with their "valued customers" Needless to say, I am no longer using singlesnet nor do I recommend it to anyone else out their who has genuine intentions of meeting "real people".

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    chuck cafiero Jun 07, 2016
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    They, singlesnet.com is involved with West African, bride peddling and/or money laundering. Besides the tons of fake profiles they aim at single men. A cryptic email appeared in the sites box for me asking to accept two boxes of money containing 2.5 million dollars in them. The women from there are all in nigeria or ghana and are desperately seeking chumps over here, after two emails these girls are pledging undying love and affection, if you would only pay, for anything and every thing chuck.

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    Greg Perry Jun 07, 2016
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    thank you much i thought somthing was fishy.

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    don arkonow Jun 07, 2016
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    this site lets you have a free membership to search & browse, you cant email to anyone, you can only look & send prefabricated flirt messages, like winks & such. there's no way to comunicate personal information unless you pay money... after looking & browsing you will see that it's pretty useless and move on... a few days later you will have several Email notifications from singles.net stating that someone on-line is trying to contact you, (this is where the 1st scam starts)... When you log into singles.net to look @ your mail, you will see email from fake, or computer generated members... You cant read, or respond to the emails until you pay... At this point you can pay with paypal, or a credit card, (this is where the 2nd scam starts)... You will have options of 1 month, 3 months, or 1 year... <<<< this dosent matter, because the account will AUTOMATICLY RE-SUBSCRIBE @ the end of it's term, in other words, you will be billed & re billed for ever, unless you call them to have the acount terminated... (that is scammy, scummy & low-down)

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    HAAKON RAGNSKJOLD Jun 07, 2016
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    I thinkyou just may have save me 25 bucks. What you're saying fits my experience of them so far. I joined for free yesterday [5/22/08] and in less than twenty-four hours I've received thirteen flirts and such. I'm not that attractive so either there are some extremely horny women on this site--or its automatic and computer generated. I've got little doubt that if I had bought a month-by-month membership my experience would be similar.

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    tendo Jun 07, 2016
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    yay i just got scammed. these guys. i thought a cute girl finally messaged me on a dating site ;(

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  • lovehotsteamy Jun 07, 2016

    Singlesnet is a rip off!

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    cess Jun 07, 2016

    Never ordered it and do not want it, but it sowed up on statement.

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    cmtilove Jun 07, 2016

    I joined this online dating group about 6 months ago. And have been being charged monthly ever since. That was not the arrangement that i had made and i want it stopped now.. And to be credited for the back charges immedately. I am not impressed with the way this was handled.
    Thank Yoy

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    me Jun 07, 2016
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    I thought it was free

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    vtwookie Jun 07, 2016

    You may seem latent to realize that you've posted your full name and email. I support your claim! But you should use a secure site like paypal for any form of transactions. Now! About them doing that I'd hit your card up and tell them that there has been some activity that is fraudulent. I believe there should be a lawsuit placed against these guys. Real hardcore one. People are getting toyed into their site. As example advertising on facebook which can be deceiving considering facebook is a solid site with a large user database... thats how I got dragged in but I'm not stupid enough to let my information be used no offense... but you have my support in your claim.

    By the way you should never use your full name and information on websites period. Kid names / nick names or other affiliations to you is more appropriate. I'm sure your just flustered but please keep a cool head in problematic situations.

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    T. Ollivierra Jun 07, 2016
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    I set up a profile on this site and began getting flirts. Some of the women were very attractive so I eventually paid the fee so I could respond. After I sent the email, the woman's profile mysteriously disappeared. I could not save the contact, nor was there any record of the mail I sent in the sent mail box. I tried to send emails out to other members to warn them, but I began to feel that most or all the profiles listed as online were fakes, some of them contained subtle insults, rude connotations as to how I got sapped into this!

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    winglift Jun 07, 2016
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    Singlesnet is nothing more than an scam to get as much money from you as they can. I tried Singlesnet for a period and decided to cancel it using their online website. The cancellation gave you two choices, cancel immediately or let it run its term which is what I chose to do. I did this two weeks prior to it ending. I was surprised to find that they had again removed $19.95 from my account. I sent them an email demanding a refund and I also called. They told me that I should have told Paypal not to send them the money! After talking to them, they flat refused to refund the money, but get this, they said that they had canceled the Paypal for me. Why couldn't they do this before? I pointed this out to the supervisor who had no answer, but they still refused to refund the money. They will trap you any way they can. Stay away from Singlesnet.com.

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    terrygondran Jun 07, 2016

    yes i recently canceled my subscription to singles net .com in feburary i have received incur charges before than i resubmitted another cancellation notice in march i have another incur charge as of march4th my name is terry gondran my e-mail address is [email protected]

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    judy desjarlais Jun 07, 2016
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    i thought that single net was free if it is free then why are you chargeing me 24.95 if you are going to charge me the money then i want to stop. i dont have the money to do this dating on line.

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    Linn Wickenhagen Jun 07, 2016

    you pay money for that site, it should have respectful people on the dating site. and have scruity . I have talked to guys on there and they put a picture on there and it isnt their real picture and they lie to you about everything. i will not recoment this site to anyone. They need to do something about this. thank you for your time .

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    Arkayne Jun 07, 2016

    Singlesnet has taken money for a service they did not provide. The money should be either refunded or the service that was paid for needs to be fulfilled.

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