LAW.COM - Aug 18 - The suit claims that users of the site have had their photos and identities posted on PredatorExposed.com and PredatorAlerts.com, alongside allegations that they had attempted to pay for sex or made sexual advances to minors. The suit, filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, alleges Arman Ali and his Bangladesh-based business D4 Solutions posed as women seeking sugar relationships to get personal information and photographs from men on SeekingArrangement.com. Men's photos, names, addresses and other identifying information were then allegedly sold to and posted on PredatorExposed.com and PredatorAlerts.com, alongside allegations that they had attempted to pay for sex or had made sexual advances to minors. The men were then "referred to the removal sites where they are told that the posting can be removed for a fee, which generally ranges from a few hundred to even thousands of dollars," the complaint states. SeekingArrangement's parent company Reflex Media said PredatorExposed.com and PredatorAlerts.com are "extortion sites" that have "caused harm to Reflex Media and the SA members". Many impacted users ended their subscription to SeekingArrangement.com.