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Meet naughty girls with no credit card

In fact, there is a deliberately hidden charge or charges that you incur without your knowledge. I will pick one that is currently active, “Safe and Single” – [sic].

You get next a quasi-apologetic note that tells you you did not follow proper cancellation procedures, that they have no record of your cancellation, but since they cannot therefore refund you , they will transfer your profile to "," or some such.

So again you send them the cancellation confirmation they sent you and finally throw a tantrum, letting them have it because 1) all you had to do l was look at my two e-mails so far that show your own note; 2) And what is this lie about transferring my profile, since you say it never was where I put it to begin with, and which I completely extinguished (or so the record says) before they transferred it.

It's been a bit of a giggle, to be frank, although the flagged profiles have started to blend into one surreal collage of nipples, scammers, pictures of Bollywood starlets and close-ups of elbow creases.

But (3rd warning) send 20 or so "are you real" messages out and you get no replies. Now you try to get them to turn off the recurring charge ($36.41/mo - geez! Theirs is a cancellation with a lot of steps to it. Eventually, you are given a "cancellation code" that you have to give to a butter-voiced customer disservice representative who will then try to sell you on one of their other products ("" or some such). But a week later the monthly charge shows up on your charge account.

And that thing is probably a massive credit card bill.

If your correspondent writes like a nine-year old who has drunk a litre of Red Bull, save yourself many hours of emailing and send a £50 postal order to a randomly selected internet café in Lagos. Pro tip: if you’re suspicious, try Google Image Search.

It looks like gibberish, but there is an association that is occurring.