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Are on-line dating sites ripping off their customers?

Posted on: February 14, 2011

Recently, a lawsuit has been filed against one of the on-line dating sites, Match.com. The lawsuit claims that Match.com is packed with phonies. The plaintiffs say that more than half of the profiles listed on Match.com are fakes, scammers or inactive posts. This gives legitimate subscribers a problem in reaching the majority of profiles posted.

Match.com claims that this lawsuit has no merit and that they defend their site as updated and secure. However, a customer of Match.com says that her site claims that her profile was viewed over three hundred times and she has not heard from any of them. A local TV station found that multiple complaints have been filed against the dating website along with eHarmony.com.

The Better Business Bureau in Colorado has given three Colorado based dating websites an “F” rating. They are Cupid.com and two Aurora based companies with similar sounding names – Fun for Singles and Fun 4 Singles. Customers have complained about billing and contract issues.

Remember, before you sign a contract with any on-line dating sites, do your homework to make sure that they are legitimate sites.

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