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Here's how the pair arranged their crimes, according to Muskegon Chief Assistant Prosecutor Timothy Maat: Humphrey would contact a woman through Tinder, Plenty of Fish and other websites and convinced her to meet at a local bar, where Stiff would be waiting to drug her drink.In 2011, a Los Angeles woman sued for negligence after she was sexually assaulted by another user.The case was settled out of court and led to carry out checks on members to ensure they are not on the sex offender registry."Checking the register is not in itself standard practice, but online companies that sell 'relationships' could find themselves having to comply with consumer protection regulations and (doing) all they can to keep their users safe," Mapp said.At Wayne State University, none of the victims who were sexually assaulted after meeting people through online dating sites wanted to pursue charges, said Wayne State University Police Lt. Scott added that he fears many other cases of sexual assault — especially ones involving online dating sites — go unreported because victims feel embarrassed.