"We want them (the company) to feel the pain, we don't want them to profit from unlawful conduct," Ramirez told reporters in a conference call.
But she added that "it would not serve the public interest to put them out of business." Earlier this year, the dating website—whose motto had been "life is short, have an affair" rebooted, calling itself an "open-minded dating" service.
They have admitted that the men are very insecure and easily offended!!! They charge $5.40 just to read the message to even see if it is a scam.
It's a total scam stay away guys, do not trust them with your credit card details I have to cancel mine at the end.
But Keable says the company does not use fake profiles now."We shut down bots in the USA and Canada in 2014 and in Australia in early 2015.