Consumer writes about this practice, This looks suspiciously like the website is deliberately trying to lure registered members into a subscription.There are similar reports of receiving a rash of emails or “flirts” shortly after cancelling a subscription, which might be construed as a ruse to lure you back.
Once you’ve decided on a dating site, make sure that you’re clear on how you’ll be paying.
There are plenty of free sites available, such as Ok Cupid, but many members feel that pay sites offer a higher level of experience, customer service, and member quality.
Dating sites treat these two categories of information separately.
provide it if you want to become a member—gives it more protection. It’s probably archived, and other members can copy and save it themselves.
Some dating sites offer different levels of membership.
Lower levels are cheaper, but your site activity is limited: you may be able to view other members’ profiles but not contact them, for example.
This advice also applies to messages between individual members.
Unfortunately, spammers run rampant on dating sites.
We’re offering the following five tips on how to keep your bank account and your personal information safe while getting a date.
Know your privacy limits, what makes you uncomfortable and what you’re willing to deal with in order to be on a dating site, and don’t compromise.