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Your login for one site will work on all the others, so maybe it's best to try and find out who the common denominator is behind all these sites and try to contact them. With first communication you cannot send your email detail.You have to send a 2nd message whereto she may reply with her normal contact details.
By the sounds of it you get to meet the people face to face.The sites I think is one big scam with probably 90 % male users and most female users are either fake or created by the website to get your hopes up. .if not actually as a meat-market/hook-up/dating/mating site!The best thing about these guys, apart from their commitment to being free, is their quiz system; it's utterly fascinating the sheer range of (site/official and user-generated) tests 'n quizzes you can take -and the narrowing down for a potential 'mate' that that creates.I've never met anyone via their site, but until recently I haven't been single to try that side of it .I just DIG their quiz action! ) -bdt I go out about 4 times a week, but wen im at home im on the pc. za To cut a long story short this chick who had a subscription sent me a message with her email address attached so i could get hold of her because her subscription was ending soon, but the site obviously blocked her email address that she had sent to me, so all i got was "[@]" obviously so they can make more money by getting a user to buy another subscription. Thanks J They own the right to Edit any of the msg's sent on the site, they have to make money someway or other next time send addresses as follows name[at]name[dot]co[dot]za and they cant pick it up in the scan. Personally I met 1 or 2 chics from the net and in all honesty it's not worth the effort of getting a subscription and fighting with the site owners etc. What can/should i do to have this problem rectified?
cos in my experience the chics I met weren't worth fighting for!
Best piece of advice I have is to meet someone face to face, at least then you know what you getting and in the moment it's alot easier to judge whether someone is BS'ing around.
Over the net someone can put on a really good impression of themselves and when you meet them they totally different.
But who knows there may just be some decent people on the net, maybe I just had some bad luck.
But if it helps, if I recall correctly the rights to datingbuzz, thunda dating, 5fm dating etc.
are all owned (or run) by the same people - just using a different skin for their respective sites.