Hannah, 22, was horrified when the picture of her posing in her boyfriend’s Army uniform was pasted on the internet site.
The snap had a profile attached to it, labelling Hannah as “Emma, 31, single”.
Read Full Review I have just discovered that I have apparently replied to 4 men that I would NEVER EVER MESSAGE! I only paid for the 3 day trial and it won't let me click on the button to cancel a repeat membership so I will wait for the fun amd games to start when they take my money out of my account…
With a commitment to connecting singles everywhere, we bring you an exclusive military dating site.As the name suggests, Uniform is for women and men in uniform including doctors, firefighters, police officers, and soldiers, among others.This site is designed exclusively for those that are looking to date some of the bravest people -the real superheroes of the society.She added: “For a while I was on Tinder (a dating app), but I didn’t put that photo on there.“I’ve had at least 40 messages from strangers all over the world.”Hannah has complained to the company several times, but despite receiving a number of assurances the image would be removed, says it remains on the site.The website boasts of being the “most popular online dating site in the UK for uniformed and non-uniformed singles looking to find someone special”.