Adult chat with no memberships
I'd heard a lot about e Harmony and it's famed "29 points of compatibility" but, before spending their relatively high monthly fee, I wanted to check out one of the "Free Communication Weekends" to see how it all worked.I filled out the VERY LONG questionnaire and after getting accepted was sent some matches.I then spent the next 30 minutes crafting a very clever email to "Dave" (email is my specialty when it comes to online dating) and hit send, only to have e Harmony pop up an ad telling me I'd have to pay in order to send the email! Let's Chat" message along with stupid 5 canned questions with their multiple choice answers. First, he sent a canned flirt reply that suggested I post my photo.Second he "skipped to email." Well, I had posted a photo, but, apparently, he's unable to see it, since I'm not a paying member.I had no way of telling him that, so I'm sure he's figuring I'm ugly, insecure, or ignoring him.And since I'm not a paying member, I wasn't even able to read his email.
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In fact, the ONLY thing I could do was Decline his email (unless, of course, I wanted to pay and join e Harmony.) And there was no way to even let him know that I was declining his email because I wasn't a paying member! Someone took the trouble to write me an email after I suggest "let's chat" and I have no option but to Decline and I can't even let him know why!
I got pretty upset about this and called e Harmony Customer Service, but they said there was nothing they could do. Well, their "Free Communication Weekend" is absolutely NOT Free Communication! We can't email people or even read or reply to people that email us.
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