Friday, April 7, 2017

article: Better Business Bureau gives "F" rating

"Match  has received more than 3,000 complaints on their BBB business profile. Nearly half of the complaints had to do with billing and customers stating they were unaware of subscriptions automatically renewing.  "

"They rely on the opt-out principle as opposed to the opt-in. Opt-in means I check to agree. ‘Yes, I agree to recurring expenses. Yes, I agree for my profile to be used in other sites,’ but what they look for you to do is opt-out. "

"Also know that while you search for love, scammers are searching for victims while using fake profiles."

Several complaints about Match dot com suggest ... database is full of old & inactive profiles, scammers, fake profiles, etc!

Alexa shows an inverse spike after 2017 New Year's Eve for several online dating sites including Match, PlentyOfFish, Zoosk, eHarmony, EliteSingles and many more!

Nobody know how dangerous online dating really is—and dating sites won’t talk about it

*** Only way to sustain that huge revenue is creating fake profiles from inside to entice customers to subscribe. *** ???

Last May 2016, I suggested USA FTC investigate several online dating sites for misleading statements, false claims, overpromises.
Like Match, eHarmony, Zoosk, OkCupid, EliteSingles (Affinitas GmbH.) copycat of eHarmony, Tinder and others.

USA FTC: No more automatic rebilling in USA for Online Dating sites?

Soon you will see online dating scam victims hiring hackers and private investigators to fight back bad online dating sites, destroying them from inside, ala AshleyMadison case!   

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