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Enter your email below to get started! This site is a complete waste of time. They sucker you into entering a whole lot of personal data, and then you cannot contact anyone at all. That is never explained anywhere. It is all about getting your money. Avoid at all costs, they are just a scam. No, I would not recommend this to a friend. Do you have an account? Log In before commenting. A limited amount of information on potentials. Limited to characters. So, it's always a shot in the dark. Based on looks only. I fall short, haha. But then, so do the women! Very few potentials actually available.
The site will continue to post profile info even though the member is gone! You can tell by looking at your flirts sent.
It will note when the member was last online. That could be 6 months ago! Most women never respond even if they are active. I guess they are not interested in me and I'm cool with that. It's a numbers game. I live in a metro area. Actually, about 30 are. The rest don't exist anymore! False and misleading, for sure! Out of the 30, I got one date! Scammers continually send you flirts in order for you to send them your email or for you to contact them. OurTime does little to stop them. As for dating sites. I get the impression women are simply window shopping. No one seems serious.
I tried to upgrade my membership first on my phone and then on the website. In both cases, my card was declined. I was using a debit card and it was declined both times even though I had plenty of money on it. I even tried my PayPay account which also had plenty of money. I was only going to sign up for 30 days, but then I got an offer for a discounted day membership.
After the payments were declined, I called customer service. The man I talked to said that the payment was declined because my email address was mistyped. What does that have to do with the price of tea in China? So I tried again. I just called again today, and the woman I spoke to wouldn't answer a simple question without my email address. All I wanted to know is, was my payment declined because I wasn't using a credit card? She offered to take my payment over the phone, but I declined because I wanted the discounted six months which the man had told me that they couldn't do over the phone.
I gave her the website and she said that she still couldn't answer my question. Then I asked for her supervisor and she said that without my email address she couldn't transfer me to her supervisor. This whole thing seems like a scam, or something, to me if they can't answer my simple question or transfer me to a supervisor without my email address.
I would not recommend this site to anyone.
Anyway I paid and started seeing who was interested in me. It has NO corporate location or contact in US. Perhaps this next bit of info will help all of you when you do any online dating. What is the return policy? I suppose it could be worse. Thank you for your question. So many sharks in the water
I check into the matter and was told that I was putting in information that was too specific and the message was deleted. Nice that I check into it, otherwise, I would still be waiting for a reply from members. I made the corrections that were required and sent out inquiries to possible members and waited for a reply.
No replies after a couple of days of waiting. Most people check their email at least once a day by computer or by phone. I found out that they did receive my inquiries! I tried different members and same thing. I may not be Mr. Wonderful with my picture I presented, but one would think that at least one member would respond. My computer matches were also a useless joke! I live in Arizona and why would I want to go to California, Kansas, Texas and other out of state places to meet someone for a cup of coffee and some conversation?
You got to be desperate or crazy! When I decided to write this review, I found other reviews that were finding the same thing. Recently my dads Our time account was either hacked. One day he was receiving views from all over the US. When contacting people media, the first rep we spoke too argued with us that if some suspicious happened they would have contacted us. We were never contacted. We wanted a refund and to cancel the acct but she would not let us.
After giving us an temp password.. After an hour of being on the phone a different rep was able to get us into acct. Come to find out Birthday was changed, profile changes and pictures of another man was on my dads profile. After inputting the correct information, the acct was changed again and at the moment cannot get into the acct. Peoplemedia oversees about 22 websites according to their rep. There is no supervisor you are able to contact. Please be aware and get your information off their sites ASAP.
They don't allow you to read your messages unless you subscribe. They don't screen their members because I received message from men in their 20s and scammers. My account was hacked, so I called customer service. I asked for a partial refund and they don't give refunds if you used their site. They corrected my photos and profile. Currently the photos are accurate, but the profile is back to what the hacker wrote.
I have used the site off and on. Women don't respond to flirts or likes very often. I've talked to a few of them and they say it's exhausting for them to keeo up with so many men. Seems like very difficult odds for a man. They collect very little data. I suspect one could do better throwing darts at a wall of pictures. I've used eharmony and Match and found both to be superior. Also, when attempting to stop the receipt of their unsatisfactory recommendations I had to google my question to find the procedure.
I find it very, very annoying when sites make it so difficult stop receiving their services. Preying on the most vulnerable. Older people are alone and looking for companionship in their later years and this site takes advantage of them by posting false profiles. Absolute poor customer service. Can't get a response if you need help.
Terrible service and poor listing. I would not recommend this service to anyone. I should have read the reviews first The people sent were hideous and no normal clean, decent person with a brain would respond. I called customer service and this idiot John who refused to tell me his last name acted like it was nothing and would not answer my request to cancel.
Was on this site for three months and only got phished, lies and even a threat. This is the worst dating site ever. Sending wrong sex matches, people with one picture up and no descriptions, people who put lies about their employment in their profiles, lies about whether they had children, lies about everything! Not only were the matches horrid, but some were actually threatening and quite scary. I hope this site gets shut down eventually. Come on seniors, get out there and mingle! Much easier to meet real people in person than to do so on this site. I do know someone this site worked for.
My experience was that nobody really wants to answer any simple questions, like "what IS it you like about my profile" [or photo]. I'd rather be alone. The teasers show fairly attractive people. I had no idea that the majority of the users are far short of even being the slightest bit attractive. And some people are so inept they cant even post a picture correctly. Oh, thats a nice picture of your forehead, I think Ill contact you.
And then the people that contact you - for Gods sake, have some self respect; take a shower, wash your hair. Do you really think a decent person is going to respond to you? Our Time deleted all the information in my profile because I made the mistake of saying I did not intend to renew. They could have deleted just that line, but they did not like my profile so they deleted it all.
I responded by asking for my information back or my money because I had not made a copy. They ignored my request continued to bill me for another 3 months. The site feels cheap, like you're in a Casino.
Overall, a horrible experience and I feel robbed. I signed up for 1 month and that is all. Kept sending the same people to me.
I got out and they kept my profile on the site. A lot of scammers but you can filtered thru all of that junk and they use models for their homepage. Also, never give out your email and phone number until you have emailed thru OurTime website.
So many will say it is their last day so they want your email and phone number. For us, ladies, I'm not interested in pursuing a man, as Steve Harvey says, the woman is the prize. I bow and agree to this statement.
Sign up get multiple flirts,messages.. Within 8 days of subscribing profile is hacked, and you are not able to get into your profile. Give you a new temporary password that never works Ive signed up on or around January I thought this is a legimate dating site for mature folks, but turned out that after a couple of months it turned out to be a hacker network. The first month, I talked to a few guys and met with two but did seem to have a strong connection, so I decided to continue on my search sometime in mid March I exchanged my information with a couple of guys I call them guys because they dont deserve a title of man.
They asked me to exchange like pictures,phone numbers and email because I thought it was a legitimate connection because they send me pictures of their family with them in it. I assumed they hacked it some where. I wasted my entire month with one dude who gave me a sad story about how how his wife had passed due to cancer and he is a single dad.
We exchanged emails for two weeks and he expressed how he is so in love with me because I have a good heart. He told me he is a government contractor etc However as time passed by, I detected that his image , his career and story did not matched. So I asked him to call me, at first he let me talk to a child with an accent of a Caucasian voice ,but when he talked to me, he had an UK African accent , yet he told me he was a Caucasian European race.
After I confronted him, the next day I received another message from another user with similar story. I thought maybe I had one bad experience with one guy so i moved on and gave it another chance. Again, I exchanged phone and email with him. At first he sounded sweet and legit, then when I received an email from him , I notice the stories was similar to the other guy and the verbiage was identical.
Plus the story dont match what he had told me initially, so I blocked him from my phone and email. I contacted ourtime customer service and told him about the events. I told them that their website is not secured and Im concerned because now they may use my pictures to harm other innocent users, but they didnt care much.
They told me all they can do is help me change my username and place it in a security setting or hide my profile. So, I thought changed my username may stop the previous scammers to contact me. Well, it didnt stop, because situation got worse.