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.
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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.
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