They claimed that visitors to the site could be treated as customers because they were exposed to the site’s advertising.
This argument was rejected because only visitors who had signed up were actually using the dating services being offered and therefore only members could be treated as Plentyoffish’s customers.
UPDATE: Legal letters sent to me demanding I take this post down. Just before lunch I started getting email confirmations from dating sites, including gay ones saying my account for their site has now been created.
This morning I noticed someone snooping around my website after coming to the site with the search “sky handling partners”. Now for some background, I have had issues with this crowd losing my baggage. Seems someone was creating profiles saying I was looking to meet men and had rather interesting profile descriptions.
Then you will be busted" "You have a day to delete your fake profile. Tomorrow your IP address along with your home address is being handed in" "Oh, and when I get to find out your real identity, you will publicly be punished.
Some sites may even do analysis of the profile's uploaded picture against a models database since scammers often try to use attractive photos in their profiles.
This is regarding my 17 years old cousin who created a fake profile oin POF using some male models pic Anyway somebody on the site has found out that he is using a fake pofile and been sending him threatening emails He's really panicking now This is what somebody has been messaging him "Stolen pictures of a guy in America.
If you like, I can trace your IP address and find out who you really are.....
One of the emails disclosed the IP address where the person submitted the details from: .251 A quick reverse DNS shows that the IP allocation of this eircom customer is: inetnum: .248 – .255 netname: CITYJETHLING descr: City Jet Handling Dublin.
City Jet Handling is the former name of Sky Handling Partners. Now to be clear, it is not concrete yet that Sky Handling Partners rent this IP but according to the DNS details, it is them.