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I'm a Christian, I'm divorced (unfortunately). NOW, this is what I know from all of my years spent in private Baptist schools and in church and also being a pastor's daughter - just because a person says they are a Christian doesn't mean they are SAVED.
Whenever a business decides to put itself before its customers, I feel an urge to share my story with others (in a hopefully calm, rational, and unbiased way). I actively used Christian Mingle from May 2015 to March 2016, which is when I met my current girlfriend (I met her on another website, not Christian Mingle).
I had a good experience using it, but then I was charged for an auto-renewal of $113.94 in May 2016.
I emailed them telling them my situation and that I had forgotten that I would be charged for an auto-renewal for an additional 6 months when my time was up.
I have a lot of memberships - some auto-renew and some don't, so it's tough to keep track of.
The overwhelming majority of businesses understand this and are understanding when I ask if I can get a refund from an auto-renew (I've probably had this happen about 5 other times - all the businesses were totally cool giving me a refund).