Thursday, March 5, 2009

Watch Out: Be2 Scam (http://www.be2.com/)

Scam Tricks: 

1. Automatically and periodically deduct money (3 or 6 months fee) from your credit card without notifying you after you subscribe it premium service.
 
2. Intentionally hide the membership auto-extension in T&Cs. 

3. No way to cancel the premium membership by following the websites instruction.

Prevention: 

Never provide your private info, especially your credit card details.

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I got to know Be2 matching making through MSN messenger.

I applied its free trail membership at first. It looked clean in the beginning, it provided a set of questions to evaluate your characters and gave score. When I finished register, it would provide a list of people that matches me. Here was the end of the free trail, each click after that would sooner or later prompt the message to subscribe their premium membership.

For instance, when I click people's photos, it was masked, and you could never really see how is the person looks like,  unless,  I subscribe the premium membership. 

In the next few days, I received quite a few emails from be2 saying someone released their photos to me or sent email to me etc.. Of course, I would not be able to view these photos or read emails unless I pay the money.

I was curious after a few days, and I applied the membership for 6 months. 

But, what I found out was, I could see the photos and read emails, but those who released their photos to me or sent emails to me were just happened to click my profile. If they did so, Be2 would send out a fraud email to me. And all the Be2 emails I received were others thanks me for releasing my photos to them! I did not release my photos to anyone at all! So I realized that if I uploaded a photo in Be2 and happened to click other's profile, Be2 would also notify that one I released my photo to her! You see the fraud? This fraud would make you think someone is interested in you. I got to know this by replying email to a few members, but they told me that they didn't release photos or sent any emails. So each click I or others did, would help Be2 to cheat someone else who registered.

Later on, Be2 changed its policy, if the other people didn't apply the premium service, these people's photo will always be masked until they pay the money.

I still kept receive Be2 emails telling me who's a good match of me, but what I found out was more than 50% of these people didn't exist in Be2 if I clicked the link in the email sent by Be2.

When I felt tired of its tricks, and by chance I noticed in my profile settings that the premium membership would be automatically extended and deduct money from my credit card, I decided to cancel my membership. But found out the link provided in its website didn't work. I sent email to Be2 to cancel, what I received were always auto-replies telling me to cancel in its website or by fax, however, the fax number was not provided.

Since I cannot cancel the membership, I have to cancel my credit card.

When my 6 months membership ended, Be2 sent me email as below:

Dear .........

The automatic renewal of your Premium Membership has failed due to a problem with your credit card/bank account. We have asked you to update your payment details in order to settle your account. Unfortunately, we are still unable to take any money from your credit card/bank account.

As there is a valid contract between you and be2, we will now take legal measures and hand this over to our collection agency. This may affect your credit rating.

For any questions you may have or any difficulties with paying this invoice, please contact us by writing to our customer service.


As it came with the meaning of threatening, I reported this to the local police as scam.
I will keep update the story to see if Be2 comes with any new tricks.
Meanwhile I googled by "Be2 Scam", and found out there were quite a number of people shared the same experience as mine.
If anyone means how to deal with such scam website, please do let me know.
For these who shared the same experience, please provide your story.
Below I listed some other people's stories.

http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/be2ie-and-be2-other-domains-c102476.html

http://boards.thisismoney.co.uk/tim/threadnonInd.jsp?forum=98&thread=92454

http://onlinedatingpost.com/archives/2008/11/be2-raises-e15-million/

124 comments:

  1. I am a victim of the scam.. I signed up for the premium membership for 3 mths and subsequently I start to have pblms receiving the email alerts. meaning, i dun receive an email alert when someone sends me a message in Be2. I wrote to their tech support and all I received were numerous standard replies till I gave up and decided not to renew my membership.

    I remembered to write in 2 weeks prior
    to the end of my membership. But the reply I gotten was that I need to fax my discontinuation form all the way to switzeland; and mind you.. I am in Singapore!!
    I questioned them that why when we apply we were not required to fax anything and now, they are making things difficult for us.

    Well, of course they aren't going to compromise and till now, I'm still trying to find ways to fax the form to them. Not sure if they are going to come up another bull shit!

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    1. do not fax them that information it is a scam where they will steal your identity too...just cancel your credit card, they will issue you a new card, and you wont be charged

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    2. Contact their account'S department and youR money would be refunded. This is what some are already doing. here is their email accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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    3. Here's how I replied.
      ...... Scam artists undergraduates.
      For the love of god it's a simple scam, even that is too complex for you?
      What is wrong with you people?
      Below is a screenshot of the the page your email directed me to.
      Do you think I have nothing else to do but to keep up with every bleep and beep your
      Obscure site with its dismal performance on its trivial stated task?

      YOU HAVE ONE JOB. THATS IT, ONE JOB. YOU ARE THE SINGULARITY OF MALICIOUS INCOMPETENCE. ALL THIS IS IS A CHAT APP. A FUCKIN CHAT APP.
      AND EVEN THAT LEVEL OF SIMPLICITY OF OPERATION IS A HOT BED OF DAUNTING
      ACTIVITY FOR YOUR ADMIN? WHERE MISTAKES ARE ANTICIPATED? YEAH? WELL WHY DONT YOU GO TO YOUR SAFE SPACE AND TAKE A BREAK WITH KERMIT THE FUCKIN FROG CAUSE YOU ABOUT TO GET A GOOD' ALL TRIGGERING, GRUB A PUPPY, A TEDDY BEAR, YOUR ANTIDEPRESSANTS AND HOLD FUCKIN TIGHT, YOU SELF ENTITLED MORONS. YEAH? HOW YOU FEELING SO FAR?
      246.50$? REALLY?
      For what? For merely asking for it? For not having been able to process the payment?
      Do you want 246.50$ for every one of your inabilities? What about when unable to filter scammers? Another 246.50?
      How about 246.50$ just for failing to engage with reality? You masterbating primates have lost all concept?
      Well it's your lucky fuckin day you misguidedly employed for peanuts rejected from Ugandan zoos monkeys.
      TAKE A BOW AND KISS MY CONSIDERABLE YET FIRMLY ATTRIBUTED ASS.
      OK GET UP NOW, BACK TO YOUR DESKS TO GET ON RESENDING THE CORRECT INVOICE AMOUNT WHILE BEING UNINTERRUPTEDLY OUTWARDLY AND OVERLY GREATFULL FOR MY DECISION TO REMAIN WITH THE SERVICE AND CONTINUE TO PAY MY INSTALLMENTS , AND OBVIOUSLY IMPLEMENT A MEA CULPA TYPE OF PROGRAM TO ADRESS YOUR OWN FUCKITUPERY FOR ATTEMPTING TO INTIMIDATE ME AND EVEN WORSE, CONSIDERING THAT YOU MIGHT SUCCEED, HOW DARE YOU EVEN DREAM UP THE EQUALITY AMONG US REQUIRED FOR SUCH A POSSIBILITY?
      HERES YOUR TASK LIST
      -resend correct invoice for agreed payment method, amount and frequency today.
      -restart immediately my service and implement compensation for your insolence and time expended in reprimanding your sorry ass excuse for an organization.
      -compose letter of apology while maintaining the aforementioned posture of ass kissing regret at all times addressing my person, singed only by one or more staff of authority.
      FAILURE TO IMPLEMENT ANY OF THE ABOVE TASKS AND THEIR DETAILS WILL RESULT IN WITHDRAW OF ALL MY MERCIFUL OFFERS TO CONTINUE WITH MY PLAN
      OF RESULT TO YOUR INITIAL EARNINGS IN FULL AND REPLACED WITH MY MIDDLE FINGER AND A ZERO SUM TO SHOW TO YOUR ACCOUNTANTS.
      IN SUMMARY, YOU HAVE TWO CHOICES,
      BE NICE, DON T ASSUME TO INTIMIDATE YOUR OWN CLIENTS AND CONTINUE TO RECEIVE INCOME IN FULL.
      OR, UNREPENTANTLY REPEAT DEMANDS AND GET NOT ONLY NOTHING BUT THE FULL PRODUCTION OF ONGOING PUBLIC SITCOM BASED ON YOUR RIDICULOUS ATTEMPTS TO ROLE PLAY SOME STAND OVER MAN MOVIE YOU SAW IN YOUR CHILDHOOD BUT GET JACK SQUAT MONEY FOR IT TOO.
      LETS SEE HOW YOUR BUSINESS JUDGMENT FARES AFTER MY FORCED EXTRACTED LECTURE.

      Thank you are the words you're looking for.

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  2. Hi Karen,

    I´m Michaela from be2 and I just red your comment. I´m sorry that you experienced problems with your cancellation, please be assured that we care a lot about those issues and value any feedback.

    From the information you provided I can unfortunately not look at your case in greater detail. Please state what happened and provide me with your username and service ID number (if you don´t know it - the email address that you used for registering at be2) to the following email address: opinion@be2.com

    You will receive an immediate reply and we will try to solve any issue together with you.

    Best wishes,
    Michaela

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    1. ARE YOU SERIOUS, you have some nerve afte putting such a scam up and making people victims to come on here and say this....wow...nigerion scam...

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  3. Hi Sean,

    My story is very similar to yours, and apparently a lot more people have been victimized by this site...

    I joined Be2 for a 6 month term and like you found out that alot of people were just fake profiles to get in contact with you to fill the 'quota' of at least 10 members or else they would have to extend your membership for free.

    When i caught on to this, i was determined just to let my profile expire. I thought it did since i stopped getting partner recommendations but was surprised to get charged for membership renewal on my credit card bill a couple of months back.

    I emailed them asking them to reverse the charges since i did not wish to renew my membership and they did so without my knowledge.

    That's when it hit me, that's why they only allow you to pay through credit card and not by any other means, so they can retain your details and charge you again without you knowing and keep charging you while making sure you're not able to cancel your membership.

    When that didn't work, I filed for a dispute and got the same letter you posted in red; about 'legal measures' being taken against you because of a 'binding contract' between you and Be2.

    Please let me know what happened after they sent that letter to you. I need some advice on what to do next...Thanks Sean, and hopefully more guys get to read our stories before they even think of joining that site.

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    1. I too have been scammed by be2 same kind of way satarted with a trial then when tried to cancel it was unable to. My bank did a visa dispute and now am receiving threatening emails, my bank looked into it and have recntly closed the case saying its between me and the company now. I am worried as they mention bailiffs and taking me to court. My bank suggested changing my card, email address and going to see CAB, I'm not sure what to do, anybody got any suggestions.

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    2. I have just been threatened too have you heard any more?

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    3. Contact their account'S department and youR money would be refunded. This is what some are already doing. here is their email accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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  4. Same thing in many countries, many people caught innocently. We have to join forces against these scammers. They should go to jail...There must be a good lawyer firm willing to take the case.

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  5. Same situation, as soon as I saw it was automatic charge after trial period I e-mailed them that I wanted to cancel. System would let me and then on the day of the free trial ending they send a password but have charged becasue they want 14 days notice of. Then the refuse to communicate becasue they have my money. Only after my CC company reviewing the corrispondance and I get my money refunded to they bother to contact me and then it's with the same htreats as others.
    Contact CBC Market Place and perhaps they can put the pot light on these shark- I have.
    Alistair

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  6. These people are vulchers !!! I tried the £5.00 free trial not being aware of any automatic renewing system...and of course i relised that things were not quite right as none ofn the reccommended matches ever replied to my emails !! I tried to cancel my subscription and of course the delay tactics were unbelievable ,eg.couldnt even find the cancellation screen, when did got diverted,,auto -response emails from them which were totally unrelated to my queries...when i finally got a cancellation code..they said it was out of date ,even thought I had just applied it..and when i finally did manage to cance...they said it was too late and they were going to bill me for another 6 months !! Like heck they were...I cancelled my Credit Card,,,and now am in contact with Office of fair trading ,seeing if they can do something if Be2 gice me bad credit report...Oh dear Ive been caught up in something of a scam i feel and these people need stopping fast before anymore poor victim is conned.....Sally

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  7. Had same experience with be2.no (Norway).

    Impossible to deregister user account. Instructions on site changes and are all impossilble to complete. At a certaion point I was asked to send a fax!!!

    They kept charging my credit card until I cancelled it. Then they send an e-mail threatening with legal actions if I did not reregister!

    Of course I did not and haven't heard from them since.

    The whole site is useless crap and a total scam from one end to the other.

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  8. I can't delete my account with be2 either and I didn't even finish registering.

    Instructions on their website don't work and neither do emails. Emails were probably a mistake because now they know I have one.

    I'm going to start posting and sending pictures of my arse and see what happens.

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  9. Luckily for me I never entered my Credit Card Details on there but I am worried my Postal Address is in their records. I tried to close my account just now but I've got this "Profile is Blocked" nonsense.

    I got an email from the site telling me about a Free 2 Day Premium Service which I took up. 3 women send me a message, each of their details appear very similar to each other saying they lost their parents and wanting to get married etc. Something is seriously dodgy about this so I had to research this further.

    Thank you blog for opening my eyes. I just hope I can close my account.

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  10. I have had the same problems as everyone else. I paid my £5 for the membership and got a load of rubbish back. In the end I tried to cancel my account but could not open the link to cancel on their site. Yesterday they tried to steal £150.00 from my bank account, but my bank were very quick to pick this up as a fraudulent transaction and immediately recalled the money. I emailed these scamsters and told them that if they attempt to steal from my account again I will take legal action against them. They cannot damage your credit status, so DON'T let them bully you, Stand up to them. Oh, and get your bank to block any future transactions on your card. They can do this

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  11. mick yes i have the same probleme everyone else. It is a con i a phone my bank,this must be stoped

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  12. Pleae help me!
    I've been the victim of this scam too. I went to the bank to tell them to recall my money but they sed that is not a fraud since i give my cc detailes to them.
    lucie how did solve this with your bank? Thanks verry much!

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    1. Contact their account'S department and youR money would be refunded. This is what some are already doing. here is their email accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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  13. Re: Scam website in LAW like Be2.

    You can send email to dispute.management@Globalcollect.com
    (Dispute Management
    GlobalCollect BV
    P.O.Box 2001
    2130 GE Hoofddorp
    The Netherlands
    Fax: +31(0) 23 554 8663

    and

    You can mail to Be2 Julie Connoily
    customerservice-ca@be2.com

    be2 GmbbH
    Pfingstweidstr, 60, CH- 8005 Zurich,
    Switzerland;
    Managing Directors: Andreas Etten,Dr.Robert Wuttke are registered trademark of be2 Holding AG in several countries in the world.

    Can you imagine how much they are making every year?

    P.S. I don't think you will be successful because they are ripping off people for years and what they are concern about just getting your money and putting in their package.

    Learn lesson and keep going with your life.

    Good luck everybody!

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  14. I too have had a similar experience with these fraudsters but I did manage to cancel my membership and they emailed me confirming that. However, they still took £150 from my account after that! The fraud department of my refunded and they will now be pursuing them. The latest twist, however, is a letter from a debt collection agency seeking e187!!! I sent them away with a flee in their ear and I will put the hands of the police if I hear anything else from them

    Mike Rickett

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  15. I have fallen victim to this scam. Paid £5 and cannot cancel my premium listing. They are going to take £149 from me on the 17.11 so I have very little time to act. Any advise will be good.

    Derrick.barendse6@virginmedia.com

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  16. Get in contact with your bank's fraud protection service, cancel the card you used for payment and request a new one. That is the only way to get out of this. Fraud prevention may be able to help reclaim the money.

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  17. Get in touch with the bank, write off the 6 month
    subscription they took, the bank will write to their bank and if they try and take it again in 6 months then the bank will reimburse you under visa regulations, scammers :-(

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  18. I cancelled my profile and membership cos I was annoyed at being offered something that I got the distinct impression they had no intention of honouring. I had the money refunded to my bank but by the bank not be2.

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  19. Well I fell victim too. I found this forum after I signed up. TOO LATE! I wish I had discovered this earlier. Would have spared me a lot of worry.
    I just canceled my subscription three months before it was due to expired.
    I chose to do this because I read of all the other people having hassles I wanted to be one up on them but I too found it impossible to navigate the cancellation process online. Why is it so hard?
    I was given an incomplete mobile phone number with my country code in front posing as the fax number. They totally evaded any questions that I had asked them about addresses and fax numbers.
    I pushed the fact with them and told them in my last email to them that because they were evading all my questions and not helping me with the cancellation process that it has lead me to believe that they were scamming me and that they were really operating out of Nigeria I also stated to them that if they were a reputable company they wouldn’t have any problems providing me with an address and Fax number but they still couldn’t provide me with my request. All the more reason that I have suspicions that they are scamming me
    They never responded to that email.
    I had written a formal cancellation letter but didn’t use my real signature, (I don't know why they want our signatures also that’s the scary bit.)
    Scanned it then emailed it to them I told them that this had to do as they wouldn’t supply me with a proper fax no ( I bet it would have been an long distance call also)
    Then I cancelled my credit card. They are not scabbing any more money from me
    Had to cover all my bases, they still haven’t provide me with a functional fax number or address.
    I have only just received my conformation letter from them that I successfully cancelled my membership but still have to carry on for 3 more months. After a couple of months of not getting any other members contacting me I suddenly have an interested party “what a co incidence”
    I will be very interested to see if I get any emails in the future re credit card bouncing and that they will take legal action etc. I say let them I have kept all correspondence.
    This is the worst site ever that I have come across so all who have read this I hope this has been somewhat helpful. And I hope you found this forum before you parted with your money.. Save your money don’t sign up with them.

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  20. I happen to be a new victim , you need to fax to cancel your membership and auto renewal of subscription fees and who fax these days. What a scam and a multi-national one .

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  21. Karen
    I managed to cancel my membership on line. It wasn't at all easy as you discovered when you tried. They make the online cancellation process as difficult as they possibly can, in the hope they people will give up thinking it doesn't work. It required a lot of perseverance to get it to work. Anyway this is kust stage 1 for me. All I've done so far is got confirmation that my membership is cancelled. I'm still chasing my bank to try to get back the money they scammed off me.

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  22. can anyone advise me,they took £144.oo out of my account last night,i tried to cancel my subscription prior to this,and i couldnt,ive cancelled my card,is this all i have to do???

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    1. I cancelled my card too which stops them taking any money.. but be prepared for a barrage of threatening emails.. they are now saying they are sending it to a collection agency.

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  23. I too have had money stolen from me. I have exchanged several emails and even emailed the CEO they are refusing to give me my money back. I cancelled in time but never received a cancellation code and now they say they never received the request. The whole site was a supreme waste of time and is totally geared to ripping you off.

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  24. I do not believe that the worlds Police or judiciary will find these crooks and punish them for their actions without our help. It will cost money to see that justice is done. I am prepared to pay an initial 50 pounds sterling towards a reward for evidence leading to their whereabouts and true identities. How much are you prepared to offer as a reward?

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  25. Just got a call from Lloyds saying that they had noticed the transaction and wanted to know if I had authorised it. They didn't even ask if I wanted a new card, they just said that they'd send one out, so obviously they're aware of how Be2 work. I wasn't even looking for a date; I just filled in an offer because I wanted credits for a gaming site!! haha

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  26. Dear all,

    I am also another victim, I have stopped my credit card on time. However, I am waiting to hear from their debt collector.I am surprised that there are so many of us and this company is still allowed to trade. Any ideas on how to deal with their debt collector ? Wish we could all get together...and sto them victimise others.

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  27. I just tried their £5 offer last week and decided to cancel after the first couple of days, I am receiving the standard replies when trying to cancel and the bank say they cannot stop this transaction by this method and i have to contact Be2, are the bank taking the P155? So I replied to the bank telling them the amount that BE2 are going to debit on the date is an unauthorised transaction. i cannot wait for the banks reply, because if they pull they same contact BE2 then I will tell them they are an accessory to bank fraud.

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  28. Hey there did Be2 file any legal action with you in the end ?

    I'm currently in the same boat as they are threatening me with a legal action if i do not renew my subscription with them.

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  29. Hi There

    I am yet anouther victim of this scam. How can it be allowed. I signed up to the 1 month £5 trial and didnt cancel within the 14 days. They eventualy provided a cancelation code which did not work initially but did 2nd time. They then tried to take a whole years subscription of 170 euros. My bank thought it was fraud and didnt pay it. Eight months later I have just recieved a letter from a german debt collector for 260 euros.
    These people need to be taken down.
    I have contacted office of fair trading who are going to refer me to a european cosumer brach.

    http://www.oft.gov.uk/

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  30. I had exactly the same, [the only thing I will say is that 2 of the people I had messages from actually did exist, were in my area, and had Facebook profiles, which I have used to warn them both]. after numerous emails back and forth, and 3 attempts at faxing, I eventually had an e mail from them confirming cancellation of the account. Needles to say I took the precaution of closing the bank account I used, so how would they know they could't access the account 9 days before they were due to????? I attempted to get onto the site to verify the cancellation, to be told I was barred from it for fraudulent activity! They can try legal action if they like, although I doubt very much that will happen. They are a buch of scum

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  31. much the same story for me, I signed up for £5 trial offer, but what I saw of their so called services, made me decide to cancel, which I did with some difficulty, then a few days later, I received an early morning call from my bank to inform me that be2 had tried to debit my account, first from Luxembourg and secondly from London, my bank blocked these attempts, as they suspected fraud, they also advised me to cancel my debit card which they replaced with a new one, I guess LloydsTSB have dealt with these crooks before or should that be be4, I then got all the pompous pseudo-legal e-mails, but I knew it was all a third-rate scam of no real legality, I found it all quite funny, they however didn't find my replies funny, but do know lots of swear-words, and used all of them!, now they've passed my "debt" on to some charmless monkeys called Intrum Justitia, (debt collection agency) more pseudo-legal bull-shitters, who will not be getting payed either, because they have no legal powers whatsoever and the "debt" doesn't exist, pure fraud, plain and simple!

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  32. dear all
    another idiot to get scammed yes right contacted my bank and they said cause i gave them my cc details its not considered fraud but they have put a block on them and confirmed it in writing to me how come this company has been allowed to get away with this for years this guy should be locked up and throw away the key has anyone got their money back yet alex aka mr-snappy

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  33. Hi, I'm another victim of this website. I did cancel my subscription before 6 months up, but they went ahead auto charge to my credit card last Oct 2011. I discovered this when I logon to check my credit card bill. I'm shocked. This scammers and thieves of BE2 should be locked up immediately.

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  34. locky I have never used this site, I think you all have to get the card canceled and get new email and edit as much info as you can and for the future don't join sites like this.

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  35. stan williaMS ANOTHER MUG THEY CAUGHT ME FOR A FIVER SAW THE SITE WAS CRAP ,I CANCELLED BY EMAIL I HAD NO REPLY SO I ASUMED IT WAS BUT I HAD A SHOCK LAST WEEK £149 WAS MISSING FROM MY VISA DEBIT.CONTACTED MY BANK THEY SAID,I HAVE TO GIVE THEM BE2 14DAYS TO REPAY IF NOT THE BANK WILL INVESTIGATE THE MATTER.I HAVE NOW EMPTIED MY ACCOUNT AND TRANSRED MY BALAnce.will now close the account they got at.wish i found this site before i got ripped off.i would love to inform a telvision program like watchdog but i am to imbarrest.perhaps someone else will to stop others being caught out.

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  36. right just add a letter from b2 debt collectors say i own them money like fuck do i so i’ve handy the letter over to the POLICE now the POLICE are looking in to it and Trading Standards Authority and the POLICE Serious Fraud office on it now two track these scammers down

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  37. I continue to be a victim of be2 for one year. I opened a profile on their website in October 2010, they have taken money from my credit card for six months. I did not like the service and I closed my profile in a month. Nevertheless they have taken money again in March for the next half a year. I sent e-mails to them like many other victims of these swindlers. They gave me a list of instructions which I should follow to cancel my membership really. I have done all. Then I tried to look for my profile on their website and I could see that it did not exist really. For any case I sent them e-mail and asked if our relations were really finished. I received the answer : “Dear Xxxx, thank you for your fast feedback. I have read through the emails between customer service and yourself. I can assure you that your cancellation was successful and no further funds will be taken from your account...”. But soon the money has been taken again. I talked to my bank and they said that that the only thing I can do is to cancel my credit card and get a new one. I have done it. I was surprised to get a letter from be2 in some months “Dear .........
    The automatic renewal of your Premium Membership has failed due to a problem with your credit card/bank account. We have asked you to update your payment details in order to settle your account. Unfortunately, we are still unable to take any money from your credit card/bank account.” I deleted this letter. I did not want to spend my time for this stupid correspondence. Do they think that I am an idiot? I have received such letters again and again. At last I have received a letter from Intrum Justitia where they informed me that I am in debt. I have to pay for be2 service a lot of money otherwise my reputation in the country is destroyed (I shall be registered as a bad payer)! Has anybody experienced the same? Let us do something together. larissa@fysiolab.dk

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  38. Intrum Justitia is another scam like b2 are and ask for ie.international@ie.intrum.com are working togther with b2 scam my local police force tryed to email them come back like this Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 550 550 No such user (ie.international@ie.intrum.com) (state 14).

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  39. We have to give this blog more visibility.
    Scams would not prosper if we could communicate the way they operate to others rapidly and effectively.
    I'm another one that can't get through to be2.
    Automatic responses only.
    Don't sign up for the be2 experience,
    You may be sorry you did.
    smilenacadian@yahoo.ca

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  40. Has anyone been pursued successfully by the company "Intrum Justitia" in the UK?

    I am holding ground against these monkeys but I am concerned they may have some actual legal wrangling to hurt my credit rating!

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  41. Unfortunately I am another victim. I am desperately trying to cancel the account, but the company are telling me I can't do it online even though there is an option to do it online. This company are completely bull - someone needs to involve Trading Standards or the Police or lawyers to bring them down - money grabbing garbage.

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  42. If you are in the UK Please report all be2 fraud cases to 0300 123 2040 or online https://reportfraud.actionfraud.org.uk/fraudreport/ to be investigated by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.

    I have done the same and taken out a Crime Reference Number. I have also been advised to contact Consumer Direct at 08454 040506
    More of us report this the stronger the case for the Office of Fair Trading to do something.

    I have talked to a lawyer who advised to respond to them in writing. Also suggested we should contact the National Office of Fair Trading via the Trading Standards of your local authority. So they will put pressure across the border to Luxemburg based be2.

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  43. After unseccessfuly cancelling 24hours after they have taken $243 out of my account last year in July, I have send numerous emails not to renue and not accessing my account ever again. I am receiving the standard replies when trying to cancel and the bank say they cannot stop this transaction by this method and i have to contact Be2. So I replied to the bank telling them the amount that BE2 are going to debit on the date is an unauthorised transaction. i cannot wait for the banks reply, because if they pull they same contact BE2 then I will tell them they are an accessory to bank fraud

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  44. I had the same problem too.. I just received their threatened letter to report me with credit rating australia.

    I never used their service since few months ago.. because they used fake profiles and fake responds . I found no way to cancel the account. I've to organize with my bank of cancellation of my credit card.

    Now B2 is telling me they cant deduct the payment...
    Please let me know where to lodge the complaint in Australia.

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    1. hi sharlyn dont be alarmed about there threat's i understand how you feel been there too. feel free to contact scamwatch australia and let your bank know that your card has been comprimised by be2 feel free to reply to me micheal nudelman cheers.

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  45. Be2 are still using this unlawful practice. I am laura 35 from the uk and I have received threats and solicitors emails - i only signed up for a fee trial and when i was first alerted in Jan 12 tried to cancel the membership, all i received was automated emails. I am taking my file to the citizens advice for help and support to close this matter.

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    1. Hi Laura, I too seemed to have joined a long list of victims. At present being threatened with legal action by Intrum Justitia. I sent their first letter back with copy of e mail stating my account had been cancelled. Have also reported be2 to european equivalent of Trading Standards. Abolishly previous correspondent on this site suggests calling 03001232040 National Fraud Intelligence Bureau and also gives web address to report to as well... I am going to do this.. it is https://reportfraud.actionfraud.org.uk/reportfraud/
      Hope all goes well.
      Carol G

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  46. I have just been onto the Watchdog TV Programme site and made a report about this Company and their so called debt collection agency. Also Fraud action website. Everyone who has been victim we need to join together to keep reporting this so called company to anyone we can think of, they must be stopped.

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    1. I would like to join your voice. What is the fraud action web site?

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  47. Hi, I am a victim and was lured into signing up on 24 August 2012. After realising the fake "partner recommendation" and all the misleading messages sent on my behalf and from others, I immediately sent email to cancel and seek refund. Like all others, all it said was I could not have a refund. I called their customer cancellation service however the voice mail kept on saying I need to call within business hours which I already did. I sent another email recently about how irresponsible they are victimising people when they are already down and out due to divorce and already are financially worse off. I told them the A$234 that I have paid meant a lot to me as I am a single mum with a dependent son. They then replied that they would refund A$117 and continue to use their service. Obviously, I would not want to continue as they are fraudulent. Rang up Western Australia Consumer Protection and was told to inform the my bank to dispute the payment that I have made thus far. My concern is that they would further deduct my money after 6 months from the date I signed up. I was told to continue to ask the bank to dispute the transaction - not a very good solution. How do we stop this crime.

    GraceTan

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  48. My wife has fallen prey to Be2 - As she used her debit card to sign up she has no protection... They claimed a membership fee of £51 a month (I have checked the site and set up a Fake profile to check the ToS and there is NOTHING to suggest advance payments or cancellation fees)- Like so many others she has been charged £149 for a single month... This is despite numerous e-mails to cancel her account...

    As a direct result - She has been left in a nightmare where her children are suffering as she has not been able to provide for their needs.

    I will be sending this page to Trading Standards in the hope that they can find a way to act and shut them down.

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  49. Hi all, I have been fallen prey to Be2 just as others described above. I paid the initial 5GBP for trial membership, on 11/9/2012 , after which they immediately subscribed to me as premium membership. On the same day I cancelled my membership, however, it did not work and a month later, 11/10/2012 they charged my debit card with the fee of 149.94GBP. I emailed their customer support, they agreed to cancel my premium membership but did not say anything about refund. More emails to them, no answer, they remained silent. I threatened them with legal action. I have contacted my bank's dispute resolution department, they said they have 45 days to answer according to Visa regulations. I will call my bank tomorrow to block my debit card to prevent any additional charges. THIS IS SCAM COMPANY, FRAUDSTERS AND MUST BE STOPPED. Here are some names who are working for Be2 Customer Service: Cailyn Giles, James Pearson, Jeremy O'Connor, Carolin Anderson. Company details:
    be2 S.à.r.l. ,291, Route d'Arlon, L-1150 Luxemburg, Luxemburg;VAT ID:LU 21536271;Commercial Register:B123206;Authorization of Establishment:118042/B;Managing Director(s):Nicole Gerdau-Klimsa;be2 © is a registered trademark of be2 Holding AG in several countries in the world.

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  50. I have a similar story. I received emails from at least 4 users. These people eventually started sending me some of the same emails. I actually asked one of them how it was possible to get the same exact message from him....he could not answer. I unfortunately gave my phone number to one, and it was a UK number. He said he worked in calgary but then I found out he was in the UK. Then I called and people with thick east indian accents answered. That scared me badly. I tried to cancel the membership and couldnt so I cancelled my credit card. I did not get any money charged but I am concerned about who has my phone number now. This is a very scary experience..I recently contacted a website that was promoting Be2 as one of the top ten in canada, and advised them that it is a scam...I think it is one of the nigerion ones....scary stuff.....

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  51. I live in Australia. I have also have been a victim of this scam, luckily I have no money in my account so no money has been deducted yet. I will be letting my bank know though. My question is, should I be worrying about the debt collection agency?

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  52. Has anyone had any luck with these jokers leaving them alone yet? My story is exactly the same as all above but now I am being threatened by Auer Witte Theil Solicitors

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    1. me too me too
      I found they are constantly changing ways to threaten members. someone received letters or emails from debt collecting company. someone like me received solicitor's email but i found the old post like 2 years ago, the name of the solicitor is different.

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    2. Me too me too!

      Has anyone actually been taken to court? I am now being threatened with court and bailiffs by Auer Witte Theil.

      Be2 must be stopped either way. Makes me feel ill, its so unfair and as far as I can see its against EU consumer regulations and without doubt against English law.

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  53. OK, well I have spent a very long evening trawling through various sites all complaining about Be2 from all over the world. Every post has exactly the same story to tell, people, like us who have had money taken from them or some sort of threat of legal action because we have stopped credit cards etc.

    There are many posts telling victims like us to ignore their threats and eventually they will give up and pick on someone else. Now, if you are like me you will be thinking, but what if they don't give up? What if they take me to court? I found lots of posts where people couldn't get their money back, even more posts where people thought the messages were fake, but interestingly not one post that said Be2 had succesfully sued them for the money, or in fact actually tried other than the debt collector letter or solicitor email.

    I think that like me, when the letters come in people write these posts looking for help, but when nothing further happens, they shrug their shoulders, forget about it and move on.

    I will keep you posted as I have no intention of replying to the latest email which arrived today from this so-called Solicitor

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    1. Has there been any further developments as they have just threatened me with legal action as I canceled my card (after going through the long winded process of turning off my auto renewal!)

      And they won't actually converse with me. They just tell me its gone to their debt collection agency

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  54. CALL TO ACTION

    Could everyone who has lost money or has had problems with be2
    please send their stories to watchdog@bbc.co.uk or write to:

    Watchdog, W1 NBH 07C, BBC New Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA.

    I have also experienced the same problems as everyone else. I cancelled my credit card so they only got £5 from me but I am now received threatening emails from them. Reading the above posts and seeing how long this company has been allowed to continue trading, I feel it is time to have a spotlight thrown onto be2 so that others are not taken in by them in future. All companies dread bad publicity so get sending your stories to Watchdog.

    Jules_47

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    1. Jules - I would like to help with a watchdog programme. I am being threatened with court action by be2, totally unjustifiably. Are you researching for the BBC or are you another victim?

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  55. I am from Vancouver, Canada. I filed a complaint regarding be2's scam behavior. I hope there are more ppl filing complaints so we can put it to an end. This company has been ripping off innocent ppl like for years@!!!! we need to take action!!!

    http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/

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  56. EXACTLY same experience here. Received email from their so-called solicitor


    Dear Be2 user,

    We are writing to notify you that we are acting as the solicitors for the company
    be2 S.à.r.l., 291 Route d'Arlon, LU1150 Luxembourg.

    On 05.11.12 you booked access subject to a charge on the Be2 Website and booked
    the service. Your IP at the time of the registration was: 207.6.239.97. The access details
    were sent to you at 123456789@hotmail.com by e-mail. Your bank did not honour the direct debit
    submitted by our client. You now owe the due payment of EUR 138,52 plus
    a reminder charge, bank charges of EUR 10,01 and interest of EUR 1,79.

    With our fees included, the total amount due that you have to pay is EUR 189,32.
    We request that you transfer the above amount to the account indicated below,
    quoting the reference number, by 21.02.13 at the latest.

    Once payment has been received we shall close the matter and put the file on record.

    Yours sincerely,

    Auer Witte Thiel
    Solicitors

    Bayerstraße 27, 80335 München
    Tel.: +49 (089) 59 06 83 16
    Fax: +49 (089) 59 06 83 145
    www.auerwittethiel.de
    ratenzahlung@auerwittethiel.de

    Bank details:

    Germany: Postbank München: account no.: 5 201 807 sort code: 70010080
    IBAN: DE76 7001 0080 0005 2018 07; SWIFT (BIC) PBNKDEFF

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  57. Hi,
    I have had the same experience with B2.

    They have now sent a threatening email saying they will get their "collections" agency to take over.

    Do I just ignore it and cancel my credit card?

    What is the best way to deal with this.

    I have already sent a fax to cancel my account and have sent numerous emails as well.

    Any help would be appreciated,
    Thanks.
    Tracey, Ontario

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  58. Under English jurisprudence, (law) a debt collector has a contract with the company which employed it NOT with the customers of that company. In short, debt collectors have no power AT ALL. They are not party to any contract with be2. They can, on behalf of their principal put any debt into the Courts, however how will be2 explain to a Court that it advertises a one month trial and then expects customers to write a letter of cancellation BEFORE the trial period ends. This would be to admit deliberate fraud..... At best it is unconscionable conduct for which there could be a au$1,000,000 fine and imprisonment for directors. This company pretends it has a contract with customers but almost any Court would throw them out, I believe. Any agreement that is impossible for a customer to comply is not valid, in my opinion. In any case, under English law the defence can ask for an "Discovery" order for be2 to provide its membership list and documents. Ask your bank to re-issue your credit card with a new number. They can do this the same as if your card was stolen. In this case the number has been obtained by fraud, in my opinion.

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  59. Please, can you help me with it? Can i ignore it or i have to pay it? I am not good in law and i dont know if they can sue me. I just dont want to do next mistake. I am down and i dont need next problem. I am vicitm too and i blocked my credit card and ask my bank to take back my money. It wasnt problem but then came this message. Please help me if i can ignore it or i have to pay the money. Really Thanks for answer.

    Dear Mr / Mrs xxxxx xxxxxx,

    We are writing to notify you that we are acting as the solicitors for the company
    Interdate SA, 291, Route d'Arlon, LU1150 Luxembourg.

    On 30.01.13 you booked access subject to a charge on the C-Date Website and booked
    the service. Your IP at the time of the registration was: xx.xxx.xxx.xxx. The access details
    were sent to you at xxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx by e-mail. Your bank did not honour the direct debit
    submitted by our client. You now owe the due payment of EUR 71,16 plus
    a reminder charge, bank charges of EUR 12,50 and interest of EUR 0,67.

    With our fees included, the total amount due that you have to pay is EUR 123,33.
    We request that you transfer the above amount to the account indicated below,
    quoting the reference number, by 25.04.13 at the latest.

    Once payment has been received we shall close the matter and put the file on record.

    Yours sincerely,

    Auer Witte Thiel
    Solicitors

    Bayerstraße 27, 80335 München
    Tel.: +49 (089) 59 06 83 16
    Fax: +49 (089) 59 06 83 145
    www.auerwittethiel.de
    ratenzahlung@auerwittethiel.de

    Bank details:

    Germany: Postbank München: account no.: 5 201 807 sort code: 70010080
    IBAN: DE76 7001 0080 0005 2018 07; SWIFT (BIC) PBNKDEFF

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  60. I also got into the scam. But I didn't have any contact in my list. So I decided to send be2 a email that said I didn't use their products so they can't charged me. Does that work?
    Because after I sent the email, the premium membership description wrote this:
    Your membership is valid through 04/13/2013
    It was "Your membership will be renew after 4/13/2013
    Does this mean I have successfully cancel my membership?

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    1. They will take more money from your account because you have not cancelled your subscription.

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  61. DO NOT JOIN THIS SITE ..... it is a rip off and a scam.
    Why cant one simply click a button to unsubscribe..... as you can with every other site. You can join at a click so why not when unsubscribing?
    The hugely, totally unnecessarily complicated process involved with unsubscribing is a charade to put you off doing it and keep taking your money.
    The much vaunted 'computer matching' is also a charade. Virtually all the 'matches' were obviously just random. Just one example: I am an atheist and yet I get replies from people who list 'reading the bible' as their relaxaton.
    The few replies that appeared to be genuine direct contacts, turned out to be 'profile removed' so were obviously sent by the site to keep my interest.
    If this was a genuine site it would have an easy unsubscribe process.
    This site needs to be reported to the international scam register, or, if they consider themselves genuine, they need to take themselves off line until they have tidied up their act.


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  62. I am a victim from Singapore. BE2 closed my account 6 days after it was opened. I had paid for 1 year subscription. The only reason BE2 customer service gave was that i have "used their services for denied purposes", which is utterly ridiculous as i had done nothing inappropriate. BE2 customer service ignored all my emails requesting for clear explanation on why my account was blocked.
    Since joining BE2, i have been swarmed by scammers.
    I am really worried of identity theft. I am afraid BE2 may use my profile to interact and scam other genuine BE2 members.
    I have since lodged a police report and terminated my credit card.

    wai

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    1. Hey Wai I'm a victim from Singapore too. What did the police have to say about it ?

      I've been getting replies threatening legal action periodically but I just trash the mails. Without using my real name I doubt they can do anything.

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    2. Melvin, how long have you been receiving these threat emails? Where are they from? Local or overseas, as in any like official address or anything?
      I just canceled my credit card. Did you email them to ask them to terminate subscription?

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    3. HI Melvin. I also suffer the same issue now. Hws u settle the issue. Can I just ignore them because I received email from debt collected for money

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  63. I am so glad i started to read these, they have been trying to take money out of an account of mine that has never got any money in it for 3 weeks now, 3 times they have tried. I have sent them an email telling them not to bother, they aren't getting anything out of me. Keep getting automated messages back, except the one where i asked how much they are wanting lol. Every other email they have sent has been pay now or face the debt collectors.... bring on the debt collectors i say...are they really going to send someone to my house for something so trivial? I have been very stern with them, lets see what the next email says.. might shut that down too!! ;)

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  64. thank you guys so much for stopping me becoming a "premium member" ..this is what internet is all about..Thanks again

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  65. heres an idea, in the credit card details where it asks for you postal address i just put the number of the house only, not the street name. they will not have anywhere to send their threats. also set up a visa debit card that you only transfer $ to as you need it. i too am a victim of this scam, i am in communication with australian consumer, i also have a friend of the family who is a magistrate, he will help me with this case. fuck be2.

    also here is a quote from a lawyer...
    "Collection agencies cannot force you to pay, all they can do is take you to Court. And if they do that, then you'd be able to tell the Magistrate your side of this and it would likely get thrown out of Court."

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  66. Wish I had read all this first. This is all very serious stuff. I have been scammed by be2. I took out a month’s membership and then renewed for a 6 month term on my credit card. I hated receiving all these automated emails and not getting any real response. I decided to cancel well in advance of my renewal date. I found the information on the website very unclear and pretty useless with regard to cancelling. I emailed customer services again and again but only got the standard automated reply. I followed their instructions and sent a letter of cancellation as an attachment with the details requested. I asked for confirmation, but did not hear anything until they wanted to take more money from my credit card. I had cancelled my card so they were unable to take the money, but subsequently I keep receiving threatening emails as the one in red above; although I am continuously sending my letter of cancellation. I have kept all emails for my records.
    I would appreciate any advice on how I should continue with this? I will contact Citizens Advice Bureau Consumer helpline 08454 04 05 06 and see where this takes me, also contacted watchdog@bbc.co.uk we should all be doing this. I will continue to pursue this.

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    1. Hi Kevin

      They have been sending me threatening emails for the last 9 months. I have posted an update below.

      My advice is to stop worrying, they are full of idle threats.

      I contacted Watchdog, but I didn't get a reply, maybe because they are outside the UK perhaps?

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  67. Hello,

    I had £149.99 taken from my account, by these "individuals". Luckily, my bank realised it was a fraudulent transaction and intercepted. I have since received threatening emails from them. I have tried ringing them several times on 02030516661, the number listed on their website, it rings once and then silence which is a joke seeing as their website says their customer service team are there to help Monday-Friday between 12-3pm! Anyone else know who else I should contact as it is not very nice receiving these emails from them? I have replied but they won't reply personally just keep sending automated responses. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    1. Hi Julie

      Please read my post below, don't call them because that's probably just another rip off scam.

      Ignore their emails - they can't and won't do anything about it. If it's not too much of a hassle for you, I would change your account number just in case the fraud department at the bank don't pick it up the next time they try.

      Please don't worry x

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  68. I posted on here in January when I was very, very concerned and thought they were going to sue me. I was so worried, I nearly paid them but am so lucky I didn't! I spoke to a solicitor friend about it who remarked on the following:

    1) If you were not asked to confirm your membership by fax, then it is unreasonable to be asked to cancel it by fax (which you will be if the link actually works) I clicked on the link and someone else's details came up on the form so I didn't fax them.

    2) Despite their claims that they can trace you through your IP address, they cannot! Only law enforcement can do this.

    3) To sue someone in another country is extremely expensive and would cost them far more than they would gain. If they were going to sue they would do it after a few reminders, not after months and months

    I still periodically get emails from them telling me that they are giving me one more chance before they take me to court.

    I emailed BE2 and told them that I had no intention pf paying up as I cancelled well within the time and I would not enter into any more correspondence from them. I have kept all the emails from them and their so called solicitors, but they won't take it any further they are just trying it on. I guess for every 10 that say no, one will get scared and pay up. I assume that these poor people will just get scammed over and over. PLEASE DO NOT waste any time of your precious life worrying about these scam artists. They can not do anything. Forget it xxx

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  69. If Sarah John , supposedly from Auckland , New Zealand contacts you through this site, tell her to Fuck off as she is a scammer. She will say she is away buying gold for a few weeks and her Skype camera was broken by her daughter then when she has you sucked in she will say she needs money to pay for all her gold as she hasn't got enough. I caught her out pretty quick and she got nothing from me. She is just a piece of shit and there will be more of them out there , that is for certain.
    As for the subscription I followed their instructions and have an email confirming my cancelation that I will keep just in case. What you do is print out their cancelation form and sign it then scan it and send it by email, this seems to have worked.
    Better off keeping away from this site.

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  70. BE@ is still at it : Support Group Victims of Be2 on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/162710357100632/

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  71. I am a teacher in Essex. I have recently been conned for a hundred quid by Be2's little friend Intrum Justicia. I paid up because of my role as a teacher and my credit rating. I have written to Watchdog printing lots of materials from the internet on the activities of this heinous organisation. I urge anyone reading this to write to Watchdog with their stories. It will back up mine. If nothing else, they might warn others in one of their publications or on their website. PLEASE WRITE TO WATCHDOG.

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  72. B2 are apparently monitoring this site according to this blog. Of course they would be. I think that we must find a way of banding together and exposing these people. We are their money pump whilst they sit on their fat backsides doing little apart from fraud. We must make a plan. Please write to Watchdog. Let them receive much correspondence on the topic. Tomorrow I will write to Panorama and Despatches. I will keep you informed. Death to Be2 and their accomplices Intrum Justitia.

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  73. What I can't understand ( I have paid IJ) is why someone somewhere is not prepared to do something about all this. Watchdog don't seem interested despite the international aspects of this lunacy. Be2 continue unchecked and we moan on forums. So bloody depressing. Tonight does a programme on how internet dating has changed the way people think about relationships (yawn). Far more interesting is the extent and magnitude of an internet dating scam. Far more interesting.

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    1. I have reported my story (just a repeat of all other stories above) to the Tonight program in Aus. Will see if they find it interesting enough to shine some light on these rats....

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    2. I further suggest to everyone here that they do the same to any equivalent program in their own country. Also to any radio program, interest group or magazine. The MORE exposure we give to the issue, the better chance we can actually make a difference.

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  74. Further guys, please consider lodging a complaint here.

    Authority in Luxemburg:
    Ministère de l’Economie et du Commerce extérieur
    Direction du marché intérieur et de la consommation
    L – 2914 Luxembourg
    Email : consommateurs@eco.etat.lu

    I just did so. If they get 50 complaints they might take an interest.

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  75. here is another victim from Hong Kong. I have registered their 6 months membership last year and they claimed that i didn't do the cancellation in advance so my membership is automatically renewed.

    I have cancelled my credit card and they said the collection agency will contact me for this. May I ask are you facing the same problem? what should i do next ?

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    1. Contact their account'S department and youR money would be refunded. This is what some are already doing. here is their email accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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  76. I got caught by this but worked out it was a scam. I emailed every Be2 address I could find advising that unless the unauthorized 'premium' account was cancelled pdq I'd pass the matter to the police. My account was cancelled within 12 hours. I also got the bank to cancel / re-issue the credit card with new numbers in case they try to be sneaky in a few months times.
    They have no chance with collection agencies. Ignore any letters and advise any callers from such agencies to leave or the police will be inolved as you are being dunned under false pretenses.

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  77. Be2 need too and will be dealt too.....and soon!

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  78. how can i send a successful message on be2international dating site

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  79. how can my message be successful on be2international dating site?

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  80. hello gentleman i love your profile and i will like your to write me at vivyflora123 at outlook . com or which format can i write the message so that it will be successful

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  81. responsible and caring male should write/add me at anitabarret123@outlook.com

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  82. So many people does not know what to do to easily cancel their account on be2, the site is a very complicated one, that's why people think their money can not be returned,if you want to cancel your account,write to accountcancelliation@accountant.com , i had problems with be2 brazil for my account cancelliation and a friend referred me to write to that email, and after filling a reconcilliation form, an email was sent my account after 5 working days that my subscription with be2 has be cancelled . my bank also write me about the be2 cancelliation, take this advantage now...goodluck accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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  83. be2 is a fucking scam 10 messages that were the same, but fuck em they got no cash from me the scamming simpltons.... stick that up ya bumholes

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  84. Haha. I had the same thing happen recently.

    After telling them to jam it a couple of times....ah I'll just let the attached images explain...

    Long story short, they got owned! ����

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/oyo5dk6viftndjn/scammers1.jpg?dl=0

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/j8zf94astst2dwt/scammers2.jpg?dl=0

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/c4hn3x94fnoo6fg/scammers3.jpg?dl=0
    Hahaha





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    1. Yes, My name is Senka and I have been scammed also. Not only did they deduct the money again, I found I was getting regular deductions from Global Personals that they must be related to. Just cancelling my card and reporting this issue to the bank.

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  85. hey guys i was able to cancel my account, contact them with this email accountcancelliation@accountant.com, wooooooooooooopi so so happy. they terminated the renewal fee..............i got a refund also ,

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  87. I am one if the victim. Received an email from a solicitor collector Auer Witte Thiel. So stupid I make the payment yesterday because I really want to end the nonsense with them. Since yesterday I didn't hear from them anymore, not even an acknowledgement letter. I'm glad I read this website and many post, I'll just ignore their message.

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  88. Another victim here... Can i check how was the case resolved for you? Can i just ignore their threathening email? Must a police case be lodged? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Simplicity, Facing the same issue here, emails exchanging with them seems hopeless.
      Are you Singaporean? Should we go report police or CASE?

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  89. I was able to get my money back , if you contact be2 international they will cancel any account and refund you money with 48 hours , their customer service is very good, here is their email address accountcancelliation@accountant.com

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    1. do you mean accountcancellation ? you misspelt the address maybe?

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  90. I believe that it is best to use Debit Collector to solve the case of cyber stalking or any form of cyber crimes as such. It is somehow noted that this is most prevalent among youngsters and teenagers. Come in touch with http://www.graingerinvestigations.com.au/ No one can as good as the investigation detective brisbane in Internet crime cases.

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  92. I have written an email to the Chamber of Commerce of Luxemburg, asking them to investigate on be2 and shutdown the company.

    I believe that if all defrauded people write them, there is a chance we can stop this scam.
    I think it would be a good idea to write to the bank where they collect the money that they extort to people.

    Chamber of Commerce of Luxemburg (7, rue Alcide de Gasperi L-2981 Luxembourg), Phone : (+352) 42 39 39-1
    chamcom@cc.lu

    HypoVereinsbank Muenchen Kardinal-Faulhaber-Strasse 1 D-80333 Muenchen, Germany, Phone: +49 89 37829578
    info@unicreditgroup.de
    info@hvb.de

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