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The problem with POF is that there is NO customer service... One only has to fall foul of one of these creatures... People will mark you as mutual and you can't talk to them. Plus, it's very shady, where if you don't buy the tokens or other little nickel and dime upgrades, you don't seem to get any responses at all. I've no trouble getting responses on other dating sites.

It says there is yet there is NO WAY to contact them... Plus when you sign up, even with Pay Pal, they do sneaky ** like putting you on autopay on Pay Pal without you even knowing. Yes you have those that are scammer and those looking for sex but that is on all the dating sites minus EHarmony.

I called POF customer support to report that someone hacked my account and was sending texts to women under my name. They're worse than the hackers who scam using accounts. I liked using the app more and I have been on a lot of dating apps but I really enjoy the name of the app.

All you're doing is wasting people's time if you're not actually going to put any effort into trying. It's not worth my time to fool around if they don't even know what the hell they're doing. One ended up saying that he loved me a few years later.

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