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Of course, that was the last time I heard from him. He knows my type and uses that to send emails from professional men that I would answer. Africa where he traveled to, and then was a victim of a carjacking/robbery at gunpoint when his Mac Book Pro laptop and i Phone 6 were stolen. And this guy chose to use the same "story" he and his fellow scammers have used to coerce a single, middle-aged woman to go out to the "nearest Best Buy or Apple Store" to buy and then send him a replacement Mac Book Pro and i Phone without even meeting me yet?! Fortunately, the only personal information this scammer got out of me were a few pics of me, my email address, and my phone number.Having done no studies on how to identify good gay matches, e Harmony declines to even take a stab at it.2) He says e Harmony's goal is creating marriages, and since same-sex marriage is "largely illegal" that's an "issue for us." I call complete bullpoo on both these rationales. There are no real people (men in my case) on these online dating sites. I lead on a scammer for a while to see where it would go. I talked to Hazel (who said she does not have a manager) and she agreed that I did turn off my auto-pay BUT when I paid for the 3 month trial it turns it back on (to make sure users don't lose service)... The company is just a cash cow to generate money from people looking for love. move ahead 2.5 years and I find this strange 125.00 charge on 11/1/2016 and on looking they have been charging my card that same amount every 6 months since.You may just be screwing yourself into hanging out with someone that you aren’t really that into because your buddy invited him to his birthday party or your best girlfriend wants him to come to have a drink.