Wednesday, May 24th, 2017


    

Links – New Dating Service, Julie Spira Interview

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(Online Dating Newsletter) This week’s featured online dating links include the announcement of a new online dating service focused on safety, online dating profile pet peeves, and an interview with Julie Spira (author of The Perils of Cyber Dating)

> New Dating Service, TrustedTies (Online Dating Magazine)

> Online Dating Profile Pet Peeves (Online Dating Magazine)

> Interview with Julie Spira (Online Dating Magazine)

> I’ll have Fries with That (Online Dating Magazine)

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3 Responses to “Links – New Dating Service, Julie Spira Interview”
  1. Atreyu says:

    And so another dating service appears.

    It’s good to see a dating site focused on security. You never know what kind of person may be lurking at the other side of the screen.

  2. Rhonda says:

    I agree with Atreyu’s comment, online security is becoming much more important. I think recent events such as the Craigslist murder that has been all over the news is making people more cautious about the contacts they make online.

  3. This is in regards to the datesite… jlove.com

    This company is bogus. I have attempted to reach them for months… not even a response to their within-members email. The phone numbers do not work.
    So far, ager s8 months , only 3 of over 50 contacts has been real.
    I had been writing to a man who I found later on the scammers photo sites. No contact from the company.
    He changed his name, and wrote me again.Over the past three months I have kept copies of letters which I reponded to rudely… and still received nice letters back– all computer generated. I’d also been writing to someone who I thought was real— no way to find out who he is.. and he says he ‘s a spy and can’t say…. This is crazy. However, I’ve researched and noticed an upcoming online-date-industry-meeting in LA….. I plan on being there with printed copies and discs of my experiences with this company that is merely stealing money, creating profiles, and getting nice people into messes which should not occur.

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