Aarp online dating Totally free sex video chat date site

I can't believe AARP would get messed up in something like this, I like aarp,the magazine and everything is good, but don't waste your money on this dating site, it's a waste of time and money,it's sad , not a way to find a mate!! They overcharged me and claimed that they refunded the full amount, which they did not. Then when I gave them feedback about this, as I am not "married" to where I live, then I was "matched" for a "date" with out of state men, some clear across the country, The message I got was that there was NO one available near me to consider.Also the feedback or how are we doing is not friendly and I get the impression that they really don't want feedback, otherwise they want money.My grandaughter paid for a six months membership as a gift to me. Most possible matches are in not so nearby metro areas. But in order to proceed I would have to pay for a "subscription". If anyone has an idea of how to get AARP or "How about we " to pay attention to our very real concerns, I'd be happy to help in the effort. The format provides little information of value to get a good overall profile. A couple of them looked interesting again I followed the next step. Shame on AARP for being part of this: after all the articles on scams (including dating site fraud) in their own magazine, how dare they shun responsibility for this problem-riddled site, for unresponsive customer service, and for a lack of consideration for their own members. Dating-AARP.org/#login-menu--- "AARP Dating" thought when I read about this site in my current issue of AARP magazine that this would be a good site otherwise AARP would not lend their name to this service--WRONG. Next several guy's profiles & pictures showed up. This was the last attempt at internet dating for me. I have only been part of this AARP sanctioned dating site for a month or so but it is without a doubt the worst and most customer-unfriendly and expensive online service anyone could imagine, as these many previous reviews suggest.

The Fraud Watch Network website provides information about fraud and scams, prevention tips from experts, an interactive scam-tracking map, fun educational quizzes and access to AARP’s hit podcast series, The Perfect Scam.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 am sorry to see that AARP squandered this opportunity.If you ever get serious about it, I would welcome a discussion.

Leave a Reply