The Better Business Bureau reports that the company lost its accreditation in July.
Many of the complaints have to do with billing issues and people not being able to cancel their subscriptions.
But recently, in the past three decades, dating has become more of a process; during this process daters weed out people who they feel arent marriage potential even if the discarded numbers are large.
However, having thousands of dating platforms lacking scale or with similar propositions isn’t logical, nor is it healthy.
With some goading from a friend — who somehow convinced me that the stigma against online dating was no more — I joined Ok Cupid and started scanning the thousands of matches that popped up on my screen.
Apparently, I wasn’t alone in my Valentine’s Day depression-induced hunt for Prince Charming.
Dating sites claim the ability to find you the perfect match.
But are these algorithms the secret to life-long love, or just a way to suck in hopeless romantics?