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This company has stolen my credit card info and owes my almost 0 dollars in which their was unauthorized charges.
When I had called and sent letters to their company for the reimbursement they refused to answered with a fake answering phone saying "The customer service reps are busy." They refused certified letters and don't respond to the online customer request.
They people are scandals and it so sad that they do this to people who are looking for love.
Be Aware they are many People Media but the correct one for the dating sites is the one out of Arizona and California.
It's not hard to find out who owns this company since it's has to be registered in every state and it headquarters at the State Accessors or Recorders office.
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