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Written on: 17/02/2011

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I signed up for 1 month their computer suddenly went strange and charged me 4 times the amount. When i complained contact stopped and suddenly people dont have surnames directors dissapear and company addresses can not be given.



When i finally got hold of someone and explained that as a business they should honour their mistake and give me some money back . They totally refused and blaimed me for the error.



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Written on: 13/07/2011

It's about time the BBC's Watchdog programme did an undercover invesigation on British company Global Personals Inc (White Label Dating), setting up a boring profile with a dowdy-looking but not obviously outlandish profile, and looking at all of the fake winks and unreadable messages from corporate messagebots resembling models, from just a mile away from your location. Then BBC investigators should swallow the bait, sign up, and realise that alll of the enticing "will you subscribe" winks and emails were bullh*it designed to make even the most junappealing loser feel like a sexgod. Once he signs up, he will get nothing, until it's auto-renewal time when more bot generations will get him hooked.

The whole "autorenewal" scam needs to be looked at. It's difficult nye-on-impossible to leave before the autorenewal date, even when you check the small print.

The directors of White Label Dating / Global Personals should be arrested by the UK Police on serious fraud charges, but it's hardly likely to happen. Can you seriously imagine PM David Cameron passing a new law to help stop sad loveless "British subjects" from losing cash cos of corporate crime.

Does anybody know the contact details of the producer of Watchdog?

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