The lawsuit said that he had to explain to his wife “that he had no idea” what was going on after several friends saw his picture in the advertisements.
The angry police officer contacted the parent company, NSI Holdings Limited, and demanded that the website remove his image, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported.
You get rewarded for all kinds of activity on this site like filling your profile, uploading your photos, and also you can “like” other members profiles and send flirts and winks.
Each of these activities, with a reward that can build up to give you free messages.
You can search specifically by profession Search results outside of a big city in smaller areas will be limited.
Petersburg, FL – A Golden Beach police officer has sued the company that owns Uniform for stealing pictures of him in uniform from his Facebook page and using them in social media advertisements.
But Officer Guzman’s attorney, Manuel Hiraldo, said that’s not the case for his client.
There is a quick search advanced search on the site and free members can search by postcode.
Paid members can use the chat system, plus they can see who has viewed their profile and added them as a favorite.
There is a three day trial you can take advantage of and after that if you decide to keep your membership upgraded the fee will be €9.99 per month.
“Jason, 33, Single,” read the ad, with the caption “"Bullproof [sic] vest?
Nah, it's all muscle..." But Officer Guzman, who is married with children, said he never signed up for a membership on the dating site, which is owned by London-based NSI Holdings Limited, the owner of Cupid.com, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported.