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Once they are ready to begin interacting with someone, the website charges depending on the level of access the user wants.
This is a fairly common practice across the industry.
In February 2013, the company was the subject of BBC Radio 5live Investigates programme.
in December 2014 and is no longer involved in online dating.
The company had been trading as Easy Date since 2006, when it acquired the name.
Users told the BBC that they had received many messages from potential dates as free users of the site but that, when they paid for membership to be able to reply, the volume of messages dramatically decreased.
Investigation by Ukrainian newspaper Kyivpost in March 2013 proved usage of fake profiles by the company and confirmed that the company's 'social media managers', whose job was to tempt users, were actually located in Ukraine.
A year later, in May 2011, the company boasted 23 million members in 39 countries.