Health: New Study On Successful Online Dating Finds Certain Words Are More Likely To Lead To Love, Others Are A Turn-Off
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a new study on successful online dating. Certain words are more likely to lead to love, others are a turn-off – the Internet’s ABC’s of love.
Consumer protection statutes do require that a site cannot mislead the public into thinking it is doing more to protect them from liars and predators than it really does.
Looking for a mate online? What if you approached the job as if you were a casting director? It’s an idea that may be just crazy enough to work.
One of the biggest corporations in the market owns 30 niche-focused dating sites – such as JDate®.com, ChristianMingle®.com and SilverSingles®.com – they just market to different audiences.
A class action lawsuit was filed in 2010 against the obviously still popular Match.com, alleging that of the alleged millions of subscribers, over half were inactive, fake, or scammers.
If you’re still looking for that special someone, take heart. One Philadelphia woman turned romance into a science and found love.
Dating websites have come a long way. CBS Local counts down its top 5 places to find a special someone online.
Your face says a lot about you, but could just one look (with the help of advancing technology) let others in on way too much?
These days, if you’re single, there are a number of ways to meet people using modern technology.
A week after 3-On-Your-Side warned of online dating scams, a suspect in one such case is under arrest. A local victim was nearly taken for $46,000 before authorities got involved.
3 On Your Side has a warning about a romance scam. Online dating sites are more popular than ever. Authorities say criminals are taking notice and cashing in.
According to investigators, the male victims would connect with a woman named “Lisa” on a phone dating service called “Lava Life.” They would go out to dinner in Philadelphia, and then she would invite him back to a motel room in Bensalem.
A 26-year-old Indian national has pleaded guilty to defrauding women he met through online dating services.