That first day I had three emails from men, but none was suitable.
I approached one man, who was fiftysomething and divorced, and we went on a date that came to nothing as he was a hard-line atheist and I'm a Christian. So I decided to let my membership lapse - or so I thought.
She urged me to check mine, so I went online and was aghast to see my profile still up and running.
What I had thought was a one-off payment, was in fact a never-ending subscription: the small print of the 'one month' offer states that it automatically renews every month unless I cancel 48 hours before.
A very abrupt girl told me in no uncertain terms that I could take them to court if I liked, but Match owed me nothing.
We carried on arguing for about 20 minutes when suddenly, out of the blue, she simply put the phone down. Or is there some other reason for this sudden interest in me?
All except one, who was far too young for me, looked pretty shady.
I demanded that Match not only end my subscription, but also refund me the £44.99 they'd just taken for July.
A few days into July, I told a friend I'd cut my losses.
She warned me that she'd had trouble trying to cancel her own subscription.
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