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Companies in both states were required to pay a total of

Companies in both states were required to pay a total of $1 million dollars, including refunds to clients.CBS4 Problem Solvers took this information to Central Indiana BBB CEO Tim Maniscalo.Sechrist said she paid $4,000 for a mid-level package.

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Companies in both states were required to pay a total of $1 million dollars, including refunds to clients.

million dollars, including refunds to clients.

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As for Sechrist, she told us she would like to get her money back, but she doesn't expect it, since the contract she signed says Indianapolis Singles does not grant refunds of any kind.

"It’s a little embarrassing because I’m a lonely old lady and I had to go to a dating site, but I don’t want this to happen to somebody else. After CBS4 Problem Solvers first talked to Sechrist, she did have one gentleman reach out to her through the database.

On top of that, many of the profiles she showed us were listed as inactive.

Sechrist said a woman at the office told her not to worry, and to pick as many men as she was allowed to each day.

After seeing what we found, Maniscalo pulled the Indianapolis Singles page offline, and told us its accreditation is now under review by the BBB.

"We’ve also discovered that there are about a half a dozen related companies in other related BBB’s in several cities around the country. Maniscalo said that includes Chicagoland Singles, Seattle Singles, Minneapolis Singles, and Phoenix Singles.

The president of the company, according to both the BBB and an Indiana business license, is John Meriggi out of Dallas, Texas.

That's a familiar name to our station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

"What we want to do is really have a system-wide look into this, investigation into this," Maniscalo said.

The Indiana Attorney General's Office has also fielded complaints.

At that point, Sechrist started doing her research, and so did we.

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