(CNN/Money) For years, the "have an affair" website Ashley Madison threatened to send paperwork to users' homes if they disputed their bills -- potentially revealing cheaters to their spouses.
Avid Life Media, the company that runs the website, has confirmed to CNNMoney that these tactics were employed by Ashley Madison until recently.
"That past practise stopped when our new CEO Rob Segal and new President James Millership took the helm," company spokeswoman Debra Quinn said.
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Segal and Millership took charge of the company in April. On Monday, those executives revealed another questionable Ashley Madison tactic that they had ended: Many of the "women" on the site had actually been "fembots" -- computer programs imitating women.