It is indeed Marcia Powell who runs the activity. In the 1990's she was charging an outrageous membership fee to join her dating service --- something like $300-$500 plus a fee for each person's profile you picked out and used.
Some time around 2005 or so, she created http://www.affinity-exchange.com
as an online dating service.
She also joined staff at Narconon Int (around 2003?)... and "became poor".
SchwimmelPuckel, Marcia Powell is not a Sea Org member and hence cannot be RPF'ed (RPF is a Sea Org "institution"). However, she could
have been harassed or pressured by her local "Ethics Office".
The CofS does not (usually) directly "order" members to close down their businesses even if they consider them "out-ethics" (bad, contrary to the CofS survival or treasury, or illegal) but the member may be heavily pressured by repeated "ethics programs" until they "cognite" that they should stop the activity.
As a note on the bizarre contrariness of the CofS, a similar activity (called http://www.freespiritsingles.com
) first tried to broaden their membership policies to include non-Scientologists (because of pressure that it was not okay to have a list of Scientologists and make money off of it) and was later pressured to "protect" their members by changing it to be Scientologist-only. They also tried at one point to "donate" all membership fees to one of the CofS-allied front groups (CCHR?). That didn't last, either.
Last I heard, they were planning on creating a dual online system whereby the new member signing up would state their religion. If the religion was "Scientology" they would be directed to the Scientology-only database. If they said something else for their religion, they would be directed to the non-Scientologist database. In other words, they would keep the members separated amongst religious lines, with the members "none the wiser".
To be fair to these enterprising Scientologists, they were each attempting to provide something that was voiced as needed and wanted (a singles place to find mates within their "religion"). The CofS never provided (and never will) any format for their members to get together with each other. The CofS does not
like its members communicating to each other. Each person who has attempted to provide a Scientologist-friendly networking system (business, relationships, or whatever) has been harassed by the CofS itself until the person finally cries "Uncle!!!!!" and gives it up.
Until the cry of "Uncle!" occurs, you see these activities change their policies based on the winds of change within the CofS management, and the latest "ethics interview" they had at their local CofS organization.