Source: The Guardian

eHarmony: I was charged 65 by dating service eHarmony after I broke up with it

I cancelled a subscription to the firm's website the same day I signed up, but it is still demanding paymentIn a weak moment after the break up of my 30-year marriage, I signed up for a dating site, eHarmony. After paying the subscription for the first month, I realised it wasn't for me and cancelled that evening. The next morning my bank informed me that eHarmony had attempted to take £65 from my account. I then found lots of angry online reviews claiming that the company charges £65 for the "personality profile" based on a questionnaire that you have to fill out during the registration process. There's no mention of this charge on the website, or in the terms and conditions. I've refused to pay, but have received several emails demanding it.MB, Totnes, Devon Continue reading...

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