Log in ... My ex girlfriend didn't like seeing me on pof, so she reported me and had me banned from the site. I was banned from tinder the next day, and from ok cupid a couple of days later. I had established paid subscriptions at all three. I did nothing to break any terms or policies. The fact that one unreasonable person can cause so much trouble is ridiculous. I have * accounts from separate companies now that I just paid for that have been removed. POF authorized a refund but I will now have to hash it out with tinder and ok cupid to get my money back. **The big issue here, is this. How does POF control other dating sites availability? Is this because of the facebook tie in? It seems there's a much larger issue here. POF has no right to ban someone on multiple platforms.
Disgruntled ex girlfriends do mean things. POF doesn't even hold any regard for the accused. It's a non US company, so they can pose judgement if they want. The problem is the other two companies have now banned me too. This is damaging to my name and re****tion, and I will now have to wrestle with them over refunding. This has been an absolute nightmare. People enter into dating app endeavors to brighten their lives, not to cause a huge amount of ridiculous red tape. I understand the "Me Too" movement and value everyone's safety. Before you cause your paid customers any more grief and struggle find a better way. Some sort of mediation or arbitration to determine whether someone gets a ban. An ex that you met on the site shouldn't be able to ruin you for kicks.
I want all my apps working again, and this practice of profiling to stop.
Paid customer at POF for several years