Attorney General Spitzer today filed suit against an Erie County dating service for failing to provide referrals to clients and then failing to refund money as required by law.William Kasiner, owner of A Perfect Match, Inc., had been operating a dating service in the Rochester and Buffalo areas since 1994.Did you know that one in three adolescents experience some form of dating abuse before the age of 18?

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Individuals interested in filing a complaint against "A Perfect Match" are encouraged to contact the Attorney General's consumer help line at (800) 771-7755 or visit his web site at

This case is being handled by Assistant Attorney General Dennis Rosen of the Buffalo Regional Office.

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"Consumer protection laws provide every consumer with certain guarantees when contracting with dating services," Spitzer said.

"This company's disregard for such protections has stolen the dreams of its clients while taking substantial sums of their money." Although clients had paid between 0 - 0 for one year memberships, Kasiner, after four years of operations, had failed to provide more than two referrals to more than three-quarters of their 320 Buffalo clients.

Instead of the traditional happy messages of love on these candies, the hearts showed the kinds of controlling words that victims of abuse might hear from their partners.

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The information applies to all victims, regardless of their gender or the gender of their partner, including gay, lesbian and transgender victims and men who are abused by their female partners.