Sometimes dating sites aren’t all they’re cracked up to be – and sometimes they’re downright dangerous, as this week’s news stories reveal.
Everyone needs a bit of good dating advice from time to time, and there’s nothing like it – but sometimes you get nothing like good dating advice as well, like this past week!
Seems there’s nothing but bad news for people who like old folk wisdom when it comes to dating this week, as more than a few old tales have gotten turned on their head recently.
Apparently they do things a bit different in the regions: one parish council chairman grew so incensed with a rival that he signed her up to a dating website against her will!
While most singletons looking for love through a dating website often read online profiles with a healthy grain of salt, a new survey gives credence to our belief that you can’t necessarily trust what you read online.
Another new dating site has surfaced and, perhaps rather predictably, it has just released a survey into its customers dating preferences.
Online dating site Zoosk is seeking out a consumer agency to market it to become the leading romantic dating website online and on a mobile.
There are different kinds of criminals on dating sites. If there’s such a thing, these felons are legitimate, posting their dating profiles on ‘pen-pal’ sites
It takes a special type of person to have both the patience and foresight to commit to someone who may never be free from their cell
When you set out on the road to find a match online, how can you tell whether a dating site is going to fulfil your requirements?
when someone new approaches you on your dating site, it’s easy to see why many members miss the glaring signs that should be telling you ‘you’re being set up’
this week we will be running a special series highlighting the telltale signs that could indicate you are being targeted by a fraudster on your dating site
As we recently reported, the days of the official ‘first date’ being a long, drawn out affair are in decline. The quick lunchtime date is growing in popularity
Tradition states that the first date is something a bit special, out of the ordinary and an event for which hours of planning
Like all relationships, if trust isn’t at the very foundation, you may as well send in the bulldozers to finish the job