Few people were willing to discuss their dating website experiences — and how they might have been duped — with the Free Press. I fired off (an e-mail) and said, 'Please get me off this bloody site' and no response. He even views the increase in complaints "as a good sign for the industry," because it means more people are using online dating sites."As the business matures, companies doing well in particular have more of an incentive not to skirt ethical lines.
Sandi Campbell of Sterling Heights said she got caught in the Plenty Of net. Their reputation being bigger, they have more at stake," said Oyer, who's had success using online dating.
Ryan Garza / Detroit Free Press Your eyes bulge with hearts like a cartoon. Sure, some things seem too good to be true, but it's part of the fairytale beginning.
It's over,' Sandi Campbell 51 of Sterling Heights said while talking about her bad experiences with several online dating services at her home in Sterling heights on Wednesday September 24, 2014.
Millions of Americans have turned to the Internet to find love on dating web sites, now a .1-billion industry, according to the research company IBIS World.
But sometimes the frog that fails to turn into the prince is the itself."Any time you have millions of members, you're going to have some level of complaints," said Ryan Frankel, the chief technology officer of Dating Advice.com's parent company.