Don’t expect an amicable breakup with Ashley Madison.
The seedy site, which coordinates hookups between married men and women, is angering customers with a $19 profile deletion fee. This recently came to light in an Ars Technica story from a peeved user. They wrote that the fee feels like a “crappy way of a company extorting money out of a (presumably wealthy) audience eager to quickly hide the details of their sordid extramarital dealings.”
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A Canadian woman is suing infidelity website Ashley Madison for $20 million in damages because of injuries sustained to her wrists. The G-rated reason, according to plaintiff Doriana Silva, is that the company allegedly made her create 1,000 fake profiles of woman to lure men to the Portugese-language version of its site.