WellHello.com Is Still Misleading People, Nothing Has Changed 3 Years Later

 Apr, 10 - 2017   7 comments   ReviewsScams

Originally we investigated and reviewedWellHello.com in September of 2014. Now in April 2017 it looks like nothing has changed. WellHello is still running the same operation as they were three years ago. Probably the only thing that has changed is the amount of victims that have fallen prey to this con job. Millions more dollars have line the pockets of the owners of WellHello.com while thousands more consumers have been duped into paying for a worthless monthly subscription to this bogus dating service.

Nothing has changed, our original review is still valid three years later because this site is still using the same dirty tricks as they were three years ago. You can read our original review and why WellHello should not be trusted by clicking this link. If you have any information or have purchased a membership on this site or if you have any comments whatsoever please leave a comment below.

Unfortunately these kind of dating sites are still operating with impunity. No federal agencies such as the FTC are doing too much about the epidemic of fake dating services plaguing the online dating industry. Even with our extensive reviews nothing seems to change. More people are becoming aware of it but government officials have not taking any steps to stop the proliferation og fictitious dating sites.

**If you would like to watch our short video explaining why this dating service is fictitious please click on the image below to start the video.

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 Comments 7 comments

  • michael eaton says:

    Well hello has set up a profile using my name and pictures that I haven't done

  • Andre Coffer says:

    This website charged me after 1 day of subscription. Wth. I called the company and they said they coulld refund me in 3-5 business days and they would contact me after 24 hours. 24 hours came and they sent an email saying they could not refund any money because I logged in too many times. Which is funny because as soon as the "month subscription" charged my card I called the company. This website is a real scam and these people are getting rich because of the uninformed. DON'T USE WELLHELLO THEY ARE SCAMMERS WITH COMPUTERIZED PEOPLE!!!!

    • Sue Marina says:

      Trademark records confirms the owner of Well Hello is named Jeroslav (Jeremy) Hevery; and Misko Hevery who works as a programmer at Google.  If you want to get a refund, here is where you can find the owner of Wellhello.com to serve him with a small claims lawsuit to get your money back. They register everything in sham corporations in Rochester where they went to school, but they havent' been there in years. They are in Silicon Valley. Here is his physical address:

      Jeroslav (Jeremy) Hevery 300 Miller Court, Orinda, CA 94563 

  • alex says:

    I hate these kind of programmers … a lot of these programmers are scammers in real life…they only add make up to their resume by saying, I work with this company or that..

  • Kevin says:

    What’s the phone number

  • David Jennings says:

    The company is a scammers site pure and simple not only did they charge me a months subscription after they offered a days trial an I cancelled on that day, they then sold off my card info to other sites which tried to charge me as well. The only place the owners of this site should be is in jail breaking rocks.

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