Exposed Ashley Madison Users Face Security Concerns
Aug21

Exposed Ashley Madison Users Face Security Concerns

August 21, 2015 – Users of the cheating Website Ashley Madison faced a hard reality this week when hackers released private information on over 30 million users. The data released contains names, email addresses, login info, posting info, and home addresses. While embarrassing for millions of people, the problem is being exasperated by threats people are sending to email addresses found in the hack.  Already, some Ashley Madison...

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Follow These 10 Tips for Safe Dating Online
Apr04

Follow These 10 Tips for Safe Dating Online

Online dating is a great way to meet people, but it is also important to be safe, which is why we’ve come up with these 10 online dating safety tips for you…

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Online Dating Scams Pulled by US Citizens Too
Sep01

Online Dating Scams Pulled by US Citizens Too

When you hear about romance and online dating scams, the first thing that usually comes to mind is “Nigeria” as that is where most online dating scams originate. But a growing number of these scams are now being hatched by Americans too. In the scam, they romance you from a distance then ask for money when a sudden “emergency” arises. Victims usually wire them money in the U.S. only to find out later that they...

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February 2013 is Online Dating Safety Awareness Month (Catfishing)
Jan31

February 2013 is Online Dating Safety Awareness Month (Catfishing)

  (January 31, 2013) February 2013 represents the third annual Online Dating Safety Awareness month, which educates singles and online daters about safety online. During the month, Online Dating Magazine encourages online dating Websites to put an additional focus on online dating safety articles and information. Online Dating Safety Awareness Month was launched in 2011 by Online Dating Magazine. Each year, the free online...

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Match.com Lawsuit Sites "False Sense of Security"
Jan27

Match.com Lawsuit Sites "False Sense of Security"

[break][/break](January 27, 2013) Online dating service Match.com is being sued for $10 million by a woman who was attacked by a guy she met through Match.com two years ago. The lawsuit was filed by Mary Kay Beckman who says that Match.com doesn’t do enough to warn people about the dangers of online dating. Beckman’s attorney, Marc Saggese, told KLAS News that Match.com’s advertising lulls both men and women into a...

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