I was one of the lucky ones, I got my money back, but many more did not and the company are still operating to this day.There will be a big outcry about this company before long and I want to warn everyone not to get involved with them because if you do, you stand to lose a lot of money.I was on a certain social networking site one day when an advertisement caught my eye, reading along the lines of 'Find love in your 50s'.
In the end I got fed up and went back to the site to cancel my membership. Then four weeks ago - to the day, as I write this - I went to the bank to make a withdrawal, where I was told I had insufficient funds. I only checked my account online twenty minutes ago and there was money in there then.
Wont match with like people, Lots of fakes, People with same name etc from different location no photos, required, When you try to cancell they say they didnt recive it and then you get a nasty collection letters, AVOID at ALL COst Alarm bells were ringing when I discovered the difficult process in cancelling my premium membership.
I discovered I could not do it online - I had to send a fax to a number in Sydney - really??
I was also getting recommendations from Be2 about women's profiles- even though I specified in my account set up that I'm interested in guys.
I am so glad I read the reviews here which are overwhelmingly critical of Be2. Usually dating sites at least don't blatantly steal your money.