The important thing here is not to get discouraged. I would recommend trying to send a few messages over the course of a few weeks before deciding to give up entirely.And then, if you still don’t here anything, move on.It's the FTC first enforcement action against an online dating service and highlights the tricks employed to lure in customers.JDI Dating, the sites' owner, is required to pay 6,165 in refunds to consumers.
"Adding insult to injury, users were charged automatically to renew their subscriptions -- often without their consent."JDI Dating and William Mark Thomas, whom the action was taken against, run the 18 sites, which include cupidswand.com, and
The thing is: if the monthly fee is only a month, the dating site needs to keep customers using their services (meaning: unmatched and looking for love) for at least six months, just to break even.
To show a profit, they need to keep customers unmatched even longer.
If you've been the victim of one of these fake military profiles, the Army says you can file a report with the Federal Trade Commission.
The Question“How do you know that the profile is for real and not something made up to get you to join the online dating site?