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On any given day, I can guarantee that I will get more scam mail than real mail, most of it beginning with the phrase "txtme" or some variation thereof.
If *I* can figure out that 100% of the time such a prefix is 100% indicative of a scammer, why can't the employees ?
There is no way other users could have gotten this except through Chemistrys member data base. I stupidly paid to join Chemistry in one of those free for a night come-ons that Match does with Chemistry. I get nothing but Text Me99[number], Call Me[number], and any dating site that allows online names such as this is a bad site. I few contacts I have had ask for my phone number in the 1st or 2nd message and stop if I decline.
I tried to live chat with a Chemistry customer service rep about this and she rudely terminated the chat. Also the matches about 40% of the time are completely opposite my preferences. I sometimes think that Chemistry is a place where Match sends misbehaving employees as punishment, or perhaps it is just a honey pot for scammers, or maybe a place where failed web programmers are sent to work. It is, hands down, the very worst singles website in existence, if you don't count the ones that apparently are reserved for North Korean political prisoners.
I like the site a lot but its been months and im still as single as a pringle go figure! Wont diss Chemistry too much as I aint sayin its a total disapointment but still think it could be a lot better. must have hacked into e Harmony and stolen my old profile and email. Suddenly now bogus text messages started arriving from a dating site which I had never signed up for.......owned by match.com?
Apparently some people are stupid enough to be scammed...by really obvious scammers.
The site itself is pretty exciting in that it can take 2 seconds or 5 hours to load, so you never know quite what you are getting if and when it finally does.
Anyway, Chemistry will prob always be number 1 but dont be scared to see what else is available would be my advice. What crap....can't these companies be banned for fraud?
Here's the format of one such message" "Txtme6463974O27 is interested in getting to know you and has sent you an email" Of course, there is no "unsubscribe" link and if one clicks on "change my e-mail options" there is no possibility to "unsubscribe".