Dating sites by email
Tell them about the little details that attracted you to their online dating profile or discuss your shared interests. Read our advice articles to make your profile as attractive as possible and find tips on how to break the ice. Privacy: The information you provide will be used by International Limited and/or Dating Limited, Meetic’s group companies (by which we mean Meetic, any parent company of Meetic, and any subsidiaries of Meetic or its parent company), and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union (described herein as, the “Meetic Group”) in order to provide you with access to the Meetic Services.If we are not able to resolve a complaint, you may submit it through the EU online dispute resolution platform at Any observations are appreciated, if you have time. Copying the link out of your email program, closing your email program, and then pasting the link into your browser didn't do anything to increase your security.You might as well have clicked the link in the email, which would have done pretty close to the same thing.
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This wiki How teaches you how to avoid being scammed on dating sites.
In fact, they might even assume that the act of going to that URL is confirmation that you want to join their service. In particular, don't copy/paste that URL into a browser and go to it. The fact that the URL was accessed - even once and regardless of how - caused the problem.
All that they need to do is look up the email address associated with that number and start spamming you. OK, so you clicked on that URL or activated it in some other way. Well, my guess is "unsubscribing", even if offered, isn't going to be of any help.