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The worst part is I paid around £35 quid for this terrible experience.
It was only by chance after joining that I stumbled across the site I intended to join, uk…
Read Full Review Joining this site for the first time i accidentally set the wrong membership option .
Intending to take out a one month subscription i pressed the button and within seconds had purchased a 6month package at substantially more .
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