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So I paid the money with my card and began my search for Mr. It didn't take me long to realise that this wasn't for me. Every day when I opened my email inbox there would be mail from Be2, telling me there was 'new matches' for me.
In the end I got fed up and went back to the site to cancel my membership. Then four weeks ago - to the day, as I write this - I went to the bank to make a withdrawal, where I was told I had insufficient funds. I only checked my account online twenty minutes ago and there was money in there then, The teller went on to tell me that I had used my card at 10.05 (it was now 10.20) and the transaction was for £149.95.
___________________________________________________________________________ Model withdrawal form (complete and return this form only if you wish to withdraw from the contract) - To be2 S.à.r.l., Academic Singles Customer Service/Withdrawal, 13 rue du Commerce, L-1351 Luxembourg, Luxembourg: - I/We (*) hereby give notice that I/We (*) withdraw from my/our (*) contract of sale of the following goods (*)/for the provision of the Following service (*), - Ordered on (*)/received on (*): __________________________ - Name of consumer (s): __________________________ - Address of consumer(s): __________________________ - Signature of consumer(s) (only if this form is notified on paper): __________________________ -Date: __________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (*) Delete as appropriate ___________________________________________________________________________ 14.
I decided to have a look, and to cut a long story short, I ended up signing up to Be2 dating. I answered a few questions and they gave me a summary of the type of person I was likely to be compatible with, and I could do a search in my area for suitable matches, so I just thought, 'Oh well, go for it and see what happens.' However..
Be2 wouldn't let me go any further without signing up for a 'Premium' membership, which would cost me £5.00. This was no way for me to meet someone, and to be honest I really couldn't be bothered.
Be2 dating is a dating site to be avoided at all costs.
The company is fake and fraudulent, and will steal money from your bank account because they don't give you clear information in their terms and conditions. I know many people who have found their partners through online dating sites. Having said that, a single female work colleague and I had a discussion at work one day, (me being single also) and pondered over whether we could ever find our ideal guys, given the fact that we were always too tired after work to bother going out to meet someone.