Ashley Madison 'tried to keep 70,000 fake profiles - or fembots - secret from their users' in a bid to entice new members into paying for credits
- Report suggests 80 per cent of new members paid to speak to the bots
- Some identities were allegedly created using old or abandoned profiles
- Members caught in and filed legal complaints with the company
- They initially said they were scams in the 'criminal element' of the website
- Another internal communication suggested they were used for research
American International Group Inc. and Axis Capital Holdings Ltd. are among insurers for the company that owns AshleyMadison, the adultery website hacked in a breach that exposed more than 37 million users, people familiar with the policies said.
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