Please people if you want to protect yourself from unwanted scams know the dating sites in which you are signing up on! I actually talked to two different individuals, one claiming U. I did not have a good experience with it so cancelled my membership.

This site has not shown me it is in relationship with its clients.

Do not use this site or any other site the owner owns.

If you are meant to meet and be with someone it will happen without the services or so-called support of an online process.

Trust that the right person is out there and will be.

I have sent numerous complaints to of men posing to be someone else. Out of ever two hits I received one was is a catfish (If you don't know what a catfish is there is a site on you tube...

Please cut and paste this: How To Spot A Fake Profile [Catfish]). Educating yourself is the best defense against being scammed by men or women for money on

I have learned that Zoosk has formulated a good verification method that helps protect members.

I had emailed Chemistry of Zoosk method and they sent me a form letter stating nothing! What a bizarre experience with the Nigerian-accented (I do know my accents) pseudo-engineers, soccer scouts and other professional men with obvious intentions of playing the women on this site. Both ended up hanging up on me when I confronted them with their phony claims. I signed up for a limited time paid membership with this site.

I am tired of businesses like this on acting on a pretense of being a social or human service and playing on heartstrings. They sent advertisements under the guise of and then started charging me through my credit card. I received men who only are interested in if I own my own home. Scam artists who are almost as skilled as the ones on this site who are really from Nigeria. I choose to stay single rather than be emotionally damaged any further by Chemistry.com! All of a sudden I start getting emails from 'matches' on using the User Name and Password.