But if a neighbour happens to be coming home when they're at the door and lets them in, it could get pretty dangerous." The young mother claims her former boyfriend of five years is responsible for the harassment.
"He was a very, very abusive man," she said, "and I've been trying to get away from him for a while." A few days after she took out an emergency restraining order against him, she said, she got a threatening email.
"Thank God, they've all been pretty decent," she said of the strangers who have come to her building.
"I tell them it's a fake profile and the police are coming, and they take off pretty fast.
She has called and messaged the company numerous times, she said, but has received no direct response.He vowed that if she "didn't do the right thing" he would start sending men to her house.Within 24 hours, the first stranger appeared at the building's front door.In an email, a Plenty of Fish spokesperson told CBC News that they have been contact with the Edmonton woman and all the fake accounts have been deleted.Plenty of Fish does have a strict anti-harassment policy, and multiple ways for users to report abusive or fraudulent profiles.