The Truth About True.com

True.com advertises that they check on and legally prosecute married people who sign up with their service. From their site:

Background screenings for felons and married people

If you’re married:
Married individuals who attempt to join TRUE.com are in direct violation of their agreement with TRUE.com. We will shut down the account of any member who’s discovered to be married – including those who are separated or have divorces pending. We report married people to the Internet Crime Complaint Center — the IC3 — which is a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center. We turn married people in for wire fraud under Title 18, Section 1343 of the U.S. Code.

I can personally attest that this isn’t true of True, at least in my case. My divorce didn’t go through for two whole years after our separation. Since it was definitely over, I started dating during this interval, and one of the services I signed up for was True. I never received any kind of communication from them regarding my marital state, nor was I prosecuted or thrown in jail.

Another issue I have with True.com is their ads. Mandi and I place ads for dating sites on this blog. However, you won’t find one for True.com. Every single one I looked at (and there are a great many available) featured young sexy women in very skimpy clothing. That says a lot about who they are trying to attract and what kind of expectations they’re setting for men. The one guy I met from there was totally expecting a one night stand and was very indignant when I said no.

Our blog is open and welcomes comments from readers. If you have had a good or bad experience with True.com, please feel free to comment here.

Written by dazzled
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One Response to “The Truth About True.com”

  1. Unfortunately, a lot of men live in a fantasy world, waiting for a beautiful, naked, mythical princess to ride up to them on a unicorn. Snap out of it! Extremely beautiful women are rare, and they are usually spoken for, owned, or leased.

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