They sent me a 1976 yearbook which they said I ordered. All of the comments in the yearbook were addressed to someone named Pam? For some reason -- not by my own doing -- my Classmates preference was changed to automatic renewals. After it expired I had no interest in renewing it as I no longer had a need for their site. Then a strange charge appeared on my credit card in 2012. I had no idea what that was so I looked it up on the Internet and learned that was the new name, at that time, of Classmates. I never received an email advising me of same; and only discovered it when I went online to my bank. I only paid for a subscription three times, the last one being in 2006 or 2007.As with any site you have to have a good attitude and be willing to put time and effort in contacting people and yes there are many fake profiles.Anything that looks too good to be true probably is.
I had never resubscribed, so I knew this charge was in error.
This number hasn’t stopped growing: there are still 25,000 new members worldwide joining every day. A lot of people want discretion and this is where C-Date really shines.
You will receive appropriate date suggestions daily and will be able to get in touch with whomever you wish.
I found their agreement contract on their site and read that all "subscription renewals" were "non-refundable." I also saw that they had changed over to automatic renewals sometime after I'd completed my last subscription, five years before.
I immediately contacted the credit card they charged and explained what they did. If you do, watch the tactics they employ to renew for an entire year without your approval.