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Cook County, which includes Chicago, is the second largest county in the country and is the site of 20,000 Backpage prostitution ads, according to the letter.“[T]he unfettered proliferation of websites like has provided this violent industry with a mask of normalcy, driving demand ever higher and increasing the enslavement of prostituted individuals, including children,” Dart wrote, alleging that in more than 800 cases where his office responded to Backpage ads, every investigation led to an arrest.
American Express already does not do business with Backpage.
With concerns raised over Backpage.com’s role in facilitating sex trafficking, Mastercard and Visa have stopped doing business with the classified ad site and users will no longer be able to use the credit cards to place ads.
Their decisions come days after the two companies received letters from Cook County, Illinois Sheriff Thomas J.
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The matchmaking industry is now worth about $2.4 billion, and rises around 5% per year, with revenue split between advertising and subscription services, according to a report by research firm IBISWorld.
The company has argued that if it ended its adult section, it would push that advertising content to darker places on the web where it would be even harder to monitor for criminal activity.“It is a powerful new tool to address trafficking, if traffickers can’t pay to place an ad for a child or they can’t pay to place an ad for an adult woman they’re controlling because the major credit cards won’t allow it.”Update: This story has been updated to reflect Visa’s decision Wednesday to end its relationship with Backpage.Tinder users just want to know their stock still has value.Dart urging the Mastercard and Visa to cease their credit cards’ transactions on the site.“The use of credit cards in this violent industry implies an undeserved credibility and sense of normalcy to such illicit transactions and only serves to increase demand,” Dart wrote in the letters sent Monday.Mastercard said Tuesday that it was cutting ties with the website, with a spokesperson confirming to TPM that it approached Backpage’s bank and that bank is no longer process Mastercard payments for transactions.Apps like The Grade and Tinder are forcing their members to connect through Facebook to create more transparency about age and real first names.