Under new regulations recently enacted in California, dating sites like Sparks Networks, have agreed to start using background checks on its sites, and other dating sites will soon do the same. I belong to a few other sites and it's the same thing.
But in the last decade or so, the game of looking for love has gotten some new rules, with the venue moving from the bar world to the the cyber world.Instead of men searching for the right verbal approach, many now search for the right photo to put on their profile page.I feel that I have been ripped off."Other readers have tried to get their money back, but were unsuccessful."I tried repeatedly to cancel membership, and was not only continually billed, but despite five phone calls and reassurance with each call that a manager "at headquarters" would call me to resolve matters, I was never contacted," said Belinda of Vermont."It may be that I'm still erroneously being billed after not using the service for over three years."Did and messages since I signed up 4 to 6 per day.sentiment), Americans were robbed of million in online dating scams in 2011.
Simplified, each online dater that was scammed lost an average of ,900 last year.Out of those complaints, 115,903 spoke of a financial loss, and the monetary sum of those duped equaled 0 million.Sadly, many of those monetary losses were attached to romance scams.Victims have also reported money requests for health issues, family funeral arrangements, and a host of other bleak sounding circumstances.But dating site scams aren't always based on finances.So let's say just for argument's sake that you are HIV-positive, or perhaps you have a sexually-transmitted disease. Ah, but there's an online dating site that caters to folks in your situation.