Here’s what it says on their billing help pages: So it’s as easy as pie to take out a subscription, but if you want to cancel, they’ll make you jump through flaming hoops.
Another dirty trick they have up their sleeves is attempting to gain access to your email contacts.
When I stopped recurring billing, they kept billing me anyway, so I had to put a block through my credit card company.
This site is a complete scam and should be shut…” Cupid plc is the owner of Be Naughty.com, although the site is operated by a subsidiary called Frindr Ltd.
And here is the small print from their billing policy: So you need to cancel within 3 days otherwise you’ll find that £39.99 has been taken from your credit card. If you then look into their terms and conditions (not visible on the payment page) you will find the following statement: So even if you do attempt to cancel within the 3 day window, your chances are very slim that this will be approved in time.
They also attempt to make the cancellation process as awkward as possible by making you call an operator in America.
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And it looks like Sarah is not the only gorgeous model living in Evesham, 8 more beauties also grace the homepage.
But you won’t find a statement of disclosure anywhere on their homepage that states that these photos and descriptions do not belong to real site members.
After only joining the site 3 hours earlier, this is what ‘My Activity’ looked like: And after 24 hours ‘My Activity’ looked like this: And after 7 days: I’d now received 21 messages, 30 winks, and had 46 admirers. Especially considering I’d not yet filled out a single word in my profile, nor had I uploaded a photo, and I had even given myself the onscreen name: “ihaverabies”.
Chances are you’re much more likely to get your wallet ripped off than your underwear.
I’m going to take a closer look at the dirty tricks behind this deplorable site, and the dubious bloodsucking tactics they’re using to scam thousands of people out of their hard earned money.