Online dating false advertising
Panferova is married to architect Oleg Vasiliev, four years her junior.
She has previously hit the headlines in Russia for advising women not to have sexual relations with men earning less than one million roubles a month (£13,200).
Deceptive advertising refers to the use of confusing or untrue promises by an advertiser in order to mislead the consumer.
Deceptive advertising is a type of fraud and is actionable under legislation that is designed to protect the consumer.
Some members make it through to the date filter, then you filter them out, and if you're lucky you find a mate and get the hell off the site. (But, get this, the ads are getting too expensive.) To Match's credit, it's not like they haven't tried to grow "organically." Notable experiments include a mobile dating service called Match Mobile they launched way back in 2003 (and again in 2007), and a 2007 attempt to integrate with Facebook, called it Little Black Book. You don't invite your friends to join you on Match, you don't know what friends are already there, and you don't make new friends while you're (paying to be) there.
It is sometimes done inadvertently by an advertiser.