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it's basically saying that if you sign up for dating with jazz fm then the database is shared with other stupidly niche dating service providers.
is that a problem?
that's a bit naughty
you can flirt with
brilliant sub heading.
honestly people are so daft sometimes i feel like i might just scam everyone and put the money in the bin
just the real people are lying
like, it's pretty obvious when people are bullshitting you.
it's not that exactly, i just get a bit flabbergasted by how daft people can be sometimes. i'm not saying it's right that this happens. there seems to be a huge lack of common sense in the world
A large company puts money and resources into training people to deceive and defraud others - and in many cases vulnerable others - driven by the motive of profit
that large company is the unseen hand behind many other companies that people seem to trust based on their reputations elsewhere - another level of deception, of both their clients and customers
said company also sells on and exploits private details that customers are mislead into thinking will be kept within a narrow confine
it is an organised deception of vulnerable people using sophisticated tools
and to prosecute the company for fraud and have them forced to repay their customers - all of them
I'm not angry at all but notice how easy it is to make you think I am via words on a screen
still think people just need to take a little bit of responsibility
Is an unequal battle
This company are perpetrating fraud
Would you have fraud removed from the statute books because it's the individual's responsibility to not be defrauded?
i'm sure as hell i don't get any messages from fake profiles
or are you just doing a cat race style "my life experience is everyone's life experience" thing
But do they? They boast impressive stats on their ads, but those figures are coming from them. There are several popular, well-liked free sites - it just seems odd to me people would choose a paid service without giving them a try first. There's nothing to lose, as this story proves their is with paid sites.
i agree with your post, aside from correcting the "their" to a "there" in your last paragraph and sticking "some" in before "paid sites"