tops the list with 2,612 complaints over the last three years and more than 800 unanswered complaints.
The Better Business Bureau reports that the company lost its accreditation in July.
Many of the complaints have to do with billing issues and people not being able to cancel their subscriptions.
Corey Hill joined the dating site last year, signed up for a six month subscription and met his girlfriend through the service.
But this is how things work with Happn, the latest Internet dating service. While the app is already live in New York City and a few other U. markets, San Francisco’s hyper-connected, early adopter population should provide a sizable sample of single users on which Happn can test its core hypothesis: That people want to connect digitally with the people they encounter in the real world.Think of it like Tinder meets Craigslist missed connections: You spot somebody out in the wild–or perhaps you didn’t even realize that you were just across the street from the potential love of your life– and if you’re both on Happn, you can tap the heart icon (akin to swiping right) to let them know you fancy them.Like Tinder and most other popular dating apps, Happn’s functionality relies on your location, but instead of surveying the surrounding neighborhood or city, it zooms in much more closely, to a 275-yard radius.Happn, a one-year-old French startup founded by former COO Didier Rappaport, is already operational in Paris, London, Berlin, Barcelona, Sydney and a growing list of markets.In total, the app boasts 2.5 million users worldwide.