Dating website 'scammed me away from hundreds of pounds'

Sacha Cowlam is speaing frankly about her trial that is month-long Dating.com.

Within times she'd been charged ?271 and just was able to stop the web site using her cash through getting her bank to block the re payments.

Dating.com claims if clients think they've been illegally charged they ought to contact consumer solutions.

Sacha, 55, from Dulwich in south London, claims the website matched her with a lot of men instantly whom started delivering her e-mails very nearly instantly.

"we clicked regarding the e-mails plus it stated '10 credits to read through this email' but I'd engaged in 30 days trial that is long didn't take too much notice and simply browse the email.

"Some of them we responded to, a number of them we simply read. I obtained numerous emails, all really comparable."

'What have actually we done?'

Eventually Sacha noticed a silly re re payment of ?15.99 from her bank declaration but didn't think an excessive amount of it because it was an amount that is relatively small.

"Then i obtained an alert type my bank to express we had been overdrawn. I was thinking 'Oh my goodness, what have I done?' We looked over my balance there then and saw a few repayments for ?15.99.

"In total they'd taken nearly ?300 from my account."