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As Valentine's Day approaches, all is not lovey-dovey in the high-stakes online dating industry.
The contentious issue of the moment - pitting one of the three biggest companies, True.com, against its major rivals - is whether online dating services can enhance their clients' safety by conducting criminal background screenings of would-be daters.
(MORE: Five Phrases to Take Off your Online Dating Profile Now) The increased use of online dating sites has also brought an increase in financial scams and even physical abuse.The number of people scoping out potential love interests on social and search engines has more than doubled since 2008.While the majority of these people are just curious about past relationships and other relevant dating information, many seek out more details about their potential dates to screen for criminal offenses or court appearances. For example, 20 million people use e and 15 million have a profile on However, many people don’t trust the strangers they meet online.