Friday, March 3, 2017

article: What are online dating sites doing to keep us safe? via BBC UK

After all, online dating fraud is on the rise and it seems easy for people to adopt false identities, stealing photos from other websites and concocting plausible back stories.

Inverse spike after New Year's Eve ? (via Alexa)

From Alexa and SimilarWeb: 2017 worst year ever for the Online Dating Industry??? 
Alexa and SimilarWeb show the rising tide is not happening for Online Dating Industry 2017

Last May 2016, I suggested USA FTC investigate several online dating sites for misleading statements, false claims, overpromises.
Like Match, eHarmony, Zoosk, OkCupid, EliteSingles (Affinitas GmbH.) copycat of eHarmony, Tinder and others.

Soon you will see online dating scam victims hiring hackers and private investigators to fight back bad online dating sites, destroying them from inside, ala AshleyMadison case! 

1 comment:

  1. I own a dating site and for the past 7 years I did my best to safeguard my members and deleted scammers. I was a fool for doing so. While others got media coverage for scams and incidents happening on thier sites I got none. Bad coverage is still free media coverage. Morality and ethics doesn't work in this business.