All ODA members should have effective and appropriate arrangements in place to deal with complaints and enquiries.
Like any other business dating firms should be dealing direct with users who want help or who have a complaint.
This allows us to step in if complaint levels or the things being complained about suggest there may be something more serious going wrong.
Our focus is on maximising compliance and trust reducing the need for formal interventions.
However, one hustler, perhaps recalling the old adage that “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” sent one customer “wings from Papa Johns,” according to one complaint.
Online dating services are booming businesses, and the boomers who are joining them are doing so in big numbers.
People aged 50 and older represent 25 percent of membership on the popular dating site -- a 45 percent jump in the last five years, a spokesman said.
Many haven't been on the dating scene for decades and, feeling lonely and vulnerable, turn to their nearest computer for help.
What they find is a plethora of online dating sites that promise romance, true love and fun.