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Tinder really, really wants you to think you’re swiping around for lasting love

When you hear the word Tinder, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? If you said “hooking up” you’re certainly not alone, but of course there are plenty of people who’ve swiped their way to a soulmate and lived happily ever after, too. So which is it? And why does it even matter? Well, new data out Wednesday from Tinder shows that kind of true love story may indeed be what the app’s users are really after. Read More….

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HOW TO FIND LOVE ON AN ONLINE DATING SITE EVEN IF YOU ARE BUSY

We now live in an age where it’s becoming harder and harder to meet new people and go out on dates. The fact of the matter is that we’re working more while playing less, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be this way. With the advent of online dating, more and more busy people are finding the time they need to meet new people and to get back into the dating game again. Online dating is becoming more and more popular as we speak. Read More….

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The Best Modern Love Hack: Dating Offline

For years, I was a serial one date online dater with countless horror stories (Naked with the Dog, You couldn’t even turn off the porn?). It became one of the primary reasons I started my blog, YOU’RE JUST A DUMBASS. Online dating was supposed to provide all of these options, make my dating life more efficient, and fun; instead I would get frustrated and disconnect after just a few months. “The majority of the time, the dates I’d go on with these guys from apps were disappointing”. Read More….

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Swiping for love in a hopeless place? Just 4% of millennial Tinder users want a relationship

We bring bad news for anyone using the Tinder dating app to actually look for a new relationship – and even those after a no-strings hookup are going to be disappointed, as the majority of users are swiping right to boost their own self-confidence, or procrastinate. In fact, of almost 10,000 millennial college students asked, just 4% – fewer than one in 20 people – said they use Tinder to look for a relationship. And while 22% are after a hookup, almost 45% are procrastinating with no intent to meet anyone they talk to, and 29% are there for mysterious ‘other reasons’, a new survey has found. Read More….

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Are YOU being duped by a ‘love imposter’? Relationship expert reveals how to avoid being conned on a dating app (and why you may need to change your profile picture)

Opening your heart to someone new is never easy – especially when your only knowledge of them comes from a few brief exchanges on a dating app. And experts say imposters are becoming more common in the dating world, following reports of women and men being duped online by con artists looking not for love, but financial gain. Manipulation is easy if you have the right information, according to psychologist Honey Langcaster-James, who warns of so-called ‘love imposters’: Read More….

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Investing in Love? Krystal Walter Warns Online Romantic Fraud on the Rise

The Better Business Bureau in partnership with the Competition Bureau and other fraud prevention organizations announced that romantic scams cost Canadians $17 million last year1. Dating apps and websites allow people to connect at any time and in anyplace but consequently reveal vulnerabilities. Krystal Walter, professional matchmaker and owner of Krystal Walter Matchmaking, cautions singles to protect their dating information in the same manner they would their financial information. “We need to treat information we share in our love lives like we do with our finances,” said Walter. Read More….

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Service Will Pay You To Help Your Friends Find Love

Some people are born matchmakers. They know exactly which of their friends will pair well with others, and they set them up with rousing success. They’re rewarded only with the happiness of their friends, but a new digital dating startup wants to offer more than that. When you match your friends with others through the new site Matchpool, you’ll be paid for your efforts. Matchpool, developed by Ben Shimon, who also serves as the CEO, is designed to bring couples together on a platform of common interests. Read More….

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Malaysia busts four love scam syndicates and arrest 27 perps

Police from Malaysia and Singapore arrested 27 Internet love scammers in a joint operation on February 6-8. The criminals — including 11 Nigerians and 14 women — were members of four different crime syndicates. These thieves of hearts and money cheated 108 people in neighboring countries out of $4.9 million. All the syndicates were masterminded by Nigerians who entered Malaysia on student visas, according to David Chew, director of the Singapore police Commercial Affairs Department. Romance scams cost Australians more money than any other form of cheating, said the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Read More….

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UNLUCKY IN LOVE Scientists prove why online dating is perfect for men but awful for women

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

UNLUCKY IN LOVE Scientists prove why online dating is perfect for men but awful for women

Feminism has helped men find love in the new age of online dating – but what’s it doing to the quality of their relationships? MEN are more likely to fall in love and have lots of sex using online dating …

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Here’s why people are looking for love after Trump’s election

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Here’s why people are looking for love after Trump’s election

Donald Trump has seen a lot of haters and faced a lot of criticism but there are some who have been encouraged and are looking for love after his win. An online dating site has revealed what most people wouldn’t …

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