Discreet dating websites
I was personally thrilled by the ultimatum given to the company by hackers, because them offering illicit escapades to a married person having marriage trouble is like offering wine to an alcoholic.
Calling it “business” is a shabby excuse for greed.
In the same month, the company changed its signature tagline from "Life is Short.
Have an Affair." to "Find your moment", and updated its brand imagery to replace the image of a woman wearing a wedding ring with a red gem-shaped symbol as its logo.
She emails me moments later: “I haven’t even finished setting up my bio and I’ve been ‘favourited’ twice.”I vow to get proactive. ” and take an indiscriminate copy-and-paste approach. I reveal I’m a journalist and he is happy to discuss his experiences.
Which, it transpires, involves taking out my credit card. He’s been a member for three months and has parted with £350.
They are individuals, who you married, for better or worse, who succumbed to rampant temptations (not excusing them).
While it has been assumed that the scandal would sound the site’s death knell, it has also generated a vast amount of free publicity – and led even those of us who would never dream of cheating, less still giving away our personal details to a website to do so, wondering what it would be like to enter an online den of marital cheaters.Priming myself not to lie or deceive, I set up a profile.