Imagine your desire to cheat on your spouse so great that you resort to joining Ashley Madison’s website, where you pay to meet other married people to have an affair with. Imagine even further that the people you are planning a tryst with, aren’t even real people. http://abovethelaw.com/2013/11/ashley-madison-should-take-better-care-of-the-females-it-hires-to-trick-you/.
Well, according to Above the Law, their sources report about a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims the site hired her to make up personalities and profiles that are basically, fake. While her claim is not that exciting, she is claiming that she was caused to develop carpel tunnel from all that typing, it does bring to light a ruse to Ashley Madison members. Recently, we posted that Ashley Madison had been hacked and their information by their members was subject to distribution and publication, if the site continued to demand $19.99 to delete members information. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ashley-madison-hack-divorce-lawyers_55d49409e4b055a6dab22e37?71i0y66r&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000067. Read more from Huffington Post here.
We understand Ashley Madison changed their policy and agreed not to charge to terminate the relationship, but nonetheless, apparently that did not please the hackers, who divulged information anyway. If your spouse is a member of Ashley Madison, you may want to talk to one of our attorneys about your options.