Muslima.com dating site is scamming users into upgrading their accounts so to make more money. You can sign up for a free account whereby you're allowed to browse the other users' profiles but you are unable to send any messages to them until you upgrade. This applies to both sides of the party. The other downside to the free members account is that if someone does send you an email, you're not allowed to read it until you upgrade. The problem I have is that you're told that you've received an email from someone and you're even able to write a message to them but when you click send it doesn't let you actually send the message. You're also told that the other member only has a free members account and therefore can't receive your message anyway. If the other user only has a free account, how are they possibly able to send me an email in the first place (to which I'm trying to respond, right?) It's clear to me that the site is sending out fake emails to trick users into believing that they have mail. Surely this is illegal?
First Name: grant
Last Name: hunt
Address: down the lane
Country: United Kingdom
I understand that my question may be posted in Internet Law Forum. :Yes