True.com (True Beginnings) is an online dating website with an estimated $10 million+ members. True.com’s differentiator is its use of background checks and Psychology Today® compatibility test endorsement.
Like most dating sites, True.com offers standard (free) and upgraded (paid) membership offerings. A paid member has access to compatibility tests, chat rooms, video messaging, email, and advanced profile viewing. Monthly membership costs around $50 per month. True.com also offers a customer “hook” with the “3-Day Trial” offering. Here online daters sign up for the service and submit their credit card information, then subsequently create a profile, and view profiles free for three days. Here’s the catch, if you do not cancel within the period of the trial, you will automatically be billed for a full month’s subscription to True.com, the True.com Coaching Center Profile Service and TRUE Chat.
Judging from True.com’s history of lawsuits, you may not want to get involved with a membership. In fact, in A lawsuit filed in 2007 claimed that after cancelling, members were still being billed erroneously. This issue has been serious enough for multiple plaintiffs to file a class action lawsuit against True.com. OnlineDatingMagazine.com features several complaints about the tactics True.com uses to make a profit off online dating profiles. This letter to the editor showcases one True.com member upset about the fact that they were charged repeatedly for services they neither used, nor wanted.
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