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Things have been moving so quickly here at Stitch Central recently that it’s easy to forget that it’s only a little over two months since we announced ourselves to the world.
In fact, we’re not sure you could even call it an “announcement” …
3) So delete everything you have on me in all your products and give me back my f**king money! You have to look into international agreements on wire fraud, I suppose, to pursue your threat of criminal complaint, as all their practices fit the definition ...
or catch a flight for the British Virgins loaded for bear.
You get next a quasi-apologetic note that tells you you did not follow proper cancellation procedures, that they have no record of your cancellation, but since they cannot therefore refund you , they will transfer your profile to "hotties.com," or some such.
So again you send them the cancellation confirmation they sent you and finally throw a tantrum, letting them have it because 1) all you had to do l was look at my two e-mails so far that show your own note; 2) And what is this lie about transferring my profile, since you say it never was where I put it to begin with, and which I completely extinguished (or so the record says) before they transferred it.
The article shared some of the interesting lessons we had learned about dating for seniors from a closed trial we had been running in Northern California, and asked people to let us know if they wanted to be involved in a more expanded trial.I swear this is a robot site, I get a message that invites sexual, explicit, erotic and just plain horny chatting then when I respond in a positive manner, the next message is so off the wall and coldly different it has to be a robot sending out random $#*! You get done with him & he promises a confirmation e-mail. You contact them with a copy of the cancellation and they reply that you were never enrolled in to begin with, but something like Buggery.com, which you never cancelled out of. But (3rd warning) send 20 or so "are you real" messages out and you get no replies. Now you try to get them to turn off the recurring charge (.41/mo - geez! Theirs is a cancellation with a lot of steps to it. Eventually, you are given a "cancellation code" that you have to give to a butter-voiced customer disservice representative who will then try to sell you on one of their other products ("Hotties.com" or some such). But a week later the monthly charge shows up on your charge account. From my personal experiences I can tell that it is absolutely worth joining and in my opinion the second best site I've used after Casualdating69. You pay for a three-day trial (yes I was that stupid) and presumptive access to all those other gender types. Based in the beautiful British Virgin Islands, Fart (uh...) Flirt will lure you into a paid membership by (Second warning) unlikely numbers of messages from other gender per day.