That kind of service should be forbidden by law.
Last year Ashley Madison was sued by ex-worker who claims she wrote too many fake female profiles.
A dating website for married people who want to cheat on their spouses is being sued by a former employee who says she damaged her wrists typing up hundreds of fake profiles of sexy women.
she was led to believe "that doing so was some sort of a normal business practice in the industry," it says.
and there is some intriguing information from Avid Life Media (Ashley Madison) because casual dating sites are not as popular as they pretend to be. Cheaters do not want to meet other cheaters like them. They want to use Match or eHarmony and pretend to be singles, not to disclose they are married and cheaters.
Fortress Investments, a New York hedge fund, will loan Avid Life Media USD50Million over two years ?
I hope someone can investigate further please!