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Me how long I wanted to join , just did a update on my acct and charged me .00 for 6 months then I read this page where all the complaints were, so this morning I emailed them to cancel me, I wrote 3 times today and they have done nothing, it says if you notify them before 3 days is up.
They will cancel it, and return your money, I won't mess with them , they better get with it. Customer service does not respond to emails and the phone number is no longer accurate. First I was "matched" with people in my immediate community and it was very clear that AARP took nothing about my cultural, educational or preferences to consider my matches.
Computer Keyboard with symbols is showing search for Dating online The idea of going online to broaden one’s social networks continues to gain in popularity.
More than half (53 percent) of Vermont adults have used the internet to find new friends, dates and/or romantic partners, according to the AARP survey.
More troubling, 59 percent of the victims reported suffering a negative effect on their physical and/or emotional health.“Many of us, along with our family members, have successfully made new friends or even established deeper relationships online,” said Greg Marchildon, AARP Vermont state director.
“But as with every other aspect of life these days, you must be aware that the criminal element lurks there also.
I love being a member and use their services all the time. I wasn't impressed with the preview of available matches, going through the sign-up process, so that raised the flag.
Also while the site says it is free to join, to send and receive messages to other members you need to pay and they need to pay too.
Financial losses in these scams totaled 0 million in 2016, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
The AARP Fraud Watch Network launched in 2013 as a free resource for people of all ages.
Our message is: protect your heart – and your money.”The AARP educational campaign includes advertising, webinars, podcasts, a fun video and a tip sheet.
Each of the campaign’s content elements urge consumers to recognize the warning signs that their online suitor may actually be a fraudster: The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center reports there were 15,000 victims of confidence fraud/romance fraud in 2017, with more than half over age 50.