Plenty of Fish Reviews
53 ‘Plenty of Fish’ Reviews
POF should have it closed down
I received an email that my password had been changed. I did not change it. When I go to the site to have them send me an email to reset the password I never receive an email allowing me to change the password. When I send an email to the company I receive an email telling me how busy they are and they will get back to me. They never do. Now I can't delete the account and I can't log in at all. Someone is out there using my photos and information. There is now way to get ahold of this company. They have no phone numbers listed and they don't respond to emails. If you are thinking of signing-up on this site, don't do it!
I signed up for two months, I did not agree to auto pay or renewal. They charged my card without permission. There is no way to contact them. The phone is in Canada so my cell can't call it. They don't read their emails. This is a scam. I kept getting emails telling me to upgrade, when I didn't respond they upgraded me. Very sketchy company.
Took my money and erased my account totally the next day and ignored every email about the issue. Will tell everyone I can about this and am starting a class action law suit. Anyone else who got screwed by POF, email me [email protected]
they owe me money!!!!! They suck!!!!!!! there is no way to get a hold of them...! they suck they take your money and give you shit... if anyone knows how to get their money back let me know!!!
The meet me feature on Pof is just a con to get people to pay a subscription. I received an email saying someone wanted to meet, i found the person and sent them a message and they replied they had never used the feature.
I contacted POF to ask how to opt out of the feature as it was a con by themselves to get people to subscribe and their reply was.
Thank you for contacting POF! Unfortunately, we are not able to respond to all emails.
just pof trying to make money out of their FREE site.
Both sexes seem pretty unhappy at this site. The men are just trolling for sex. Out of date photos, lying and many men that just like to post their possesions
My own experience was not positive. 95% of my attempts to contact a member of the opposite sex were never answered and I sent a lot of unique and thought out 1st contact emails. Many were deleted without being read, nor was my profile viewed. Some were deleted following a view of my profile and that's OK. Based on my personal experience I have to conclude a high % of the males there have no intention of actually pursuing a relationship, although that is the stated objective of 90% of the male profiles, unless a platonic conversation once or twice, followed by a quick sex act constitutes a relationship.I had the same experience with long outdated photos on male profiles, repeatedly. And apparently "a few extra pounds" does not mean the same thing to a man as it does to me. Probably half of the men at POF in my state are carrying around an extra 50 to 75lbs. And I quickly learned that Looking for Love, Seeking My Soulmate and other like female qualifiers were code for a delusional man with no interest or desire for intimacy. Although the word love did appear a number of times I did not come away feeling it would consist of much more than amiable companionship in a traveling companion for these males. It would seem for most males at POF any thoughts of being friends with their dating prospect dried up long ago. I'm sure there are successes at POF. But I am equally sure the nonsuccess rate is at least 50 to 1 over the success rate. Males and females seem to have a hugely differing view when it comes to the definition of relationship.
POF keeps people on their site who have not been online for a year or more. I think they keep everyone on their site who has ever registered, even if that person has not purchased a membership. They did that with me. Unless you are very lucky, you will likely be wasting your money to join and pay POF.