Before I got married, I tried just about every dating site out there.

My philosophy was: the wider I cast my net, the more likely I am to find that rare guy who’s just right for me.

Luckily my bank questioned the multiple charges they attempted on my card that they were using as verification of my identify... Then dialed the number for me, pushed numbers left and right trying to clear these issues...

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Then they want 15k to start matching you with these perfect men...

They won't let you leave without telling you how pathetic your life will be if you walk out without giving them something...

Once you’ve made a snazzy profile, you start getting responses, like this: But when you try to reply to these messages, you get this popup: If you’re really curious, you have to shell out $20 for a one month membership. Even worse, according to the FTC complaint, disappointed members were often unknowingly charged again to keep their subscription current.

Fair enough, you think, the site has to make money somehow. Some users who tried to cancel their membership had trouble doing so.

Currently, she spends most of her time in France, NYC, London and Switzerland, and travels extensively around the world.

Hilary spent the past decade living in NYC, still considers herself a New Yorker, and visits regularly.

Your cousin met the love of her life online, so it’s worth a try, right? The agency discovered that these websites used fake profiles, called “Virtual Cupids,” to coax users into upgrading to paid memberships.

You find a site that offers free membership so you can browse for possible dates without paying up front. Within minutes of signing up, new members received personalized messages from what appeared to be real people. They were generated by JDI and set to send messages at specific times.

I told them what was happening, and they cancelled my card immediately...

These people are sharp and their tactics cunning... They will take every dime you give them access to...

You agree to the upgrade fee because you’re excited to start a conversation. The FTC alleged that the process to cancel was overly complicated, and that even when people took the required steps, they weren’t always successful.