"I'm finding a lot of complaints, the same complaints that I have," Sechrist said.
CBS4 Problem Solvers found almost 100 complaints to the BBB at seven dating services across the country, including Indianapolis Singles.
True's ads vary in theme and often feature provocatively dressed women with sex-themed taglines such as "It's nice to be naughty." These ads were particularly prevalent on My Space.
Partly because of its ad campaign, True became, in only four years since its founding, one of the most visited sites in the online dating industry, according to The New York Times.
True is currently supporting bills under consideration in Texas, Michigan, and Florida.
CEO Herb Vest has expressed a preference for pursuing such bills at the state level, saying "state legislatures are particularly vulnerable to influence from special interest groups because they are less in the media spotlight than the national Congress." True will cancel the account of anyone found to be married, separated or having a pending divorce without warning, and also reports them to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).
Sechrist said she paid ,000, but in two months no one initiated contact with her on the company's web portal.
Of the men Sechrist reached out to herself, a majority never responded.
What they find is a plethora of online dating sites that promise romance, true love and fun. -- The central Indiana Better Business Bureau has taken action against a local dating service, following a CBS4 Problem Solvers investigation.You may have seen an ad online, or a billboard in the area, enticing singles to sign up for a local dating service called Indianapolis Singles.Now, though, if you look up the company on the BBB's website, you'll find the company's accreditation revoked."We keep that on there for the next three years," CEO Tim Maniscalo said.