The sites are not required to actually perform background checks, they are only required to let users know whether they do.
There are the well-established sites such as e Harmony and Match.com, which charge a monthly fee and cater to a broad audience.
But there also are host of sites that focus on niche matchmaking.
As you might expect, many such sites cater to specific religious or ethnic groups. There’s a dating site for pretty much any type of person out there.
For those suffering from mental illnesses, there’s No Longer Lonely.
For cowboys and cowgirls, there’s Equestrian Cupid.
If you love Ayn Rand, you may find your Dagny Taggart at The Atlasphere. federal government’s only significant intervention was the 2007 International Marriage Broker Regulation Act.
Online dating is surprisingly unregulated, considering how popular, not to mention profitable, it has become. This law applies to dating services whose main purpose is to connect U. citizens with foreigners, a distinct minority in the array of dating sites out there. Several states have started to regulate online dating.
The law requires such services to ensure, among other things, that their U. New Jersey requires dating sites to post notifications about whether or not they’ve performed background checks on their users.
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