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Dating was created to provide a fun and secure dating environment where quality single adults who share common goals can make friends, date, form relationships and find life partners.Established in 1998 as a place for singles serious about finding a partner, they do away with gimmicks such as nicknames and un-moderated chat rooms.
Their mission statement is to serve its members needs with the best possible online dating service and with the highest quality of support.
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Twenty years ago internet dating was just for a handful of techie types.
Now it has soared in popularity, with a You Gov survey finding 49% of men and 41% of women have used internet dating sites to find love.
Sadly, a market this big is bound to breed its fair share of bad deals, rip-offs and out-and-out scams.
According to the Better Business Bureau in the US, complaints about dating sites are increasing every year.
The most common criticism is something these sites can't really be blamed for: bad matches.
This isn't a huge shock given that the You Gov pollsters found 9% of people lied about their age and 7% about their weight, and that 64% of women agree with the statement that "some of the people who do it are strange". But in some instances, this goes beyond the little white lie to orchestrated, malevolent scams. They strike up a seemingly innocent relationship, and after they have drawn you in, they start asking for money.
One common approach is the 'sick child' scam, where the online lover asks for a small sum for fundraising and if you pay, they start pushing for more and more.