Experts say online dating sites see a huge traffic increase between Christmas and Valentine’s Day.With the number of visitors these sites get each month, that increase is pretty significant: Some current estimates report between 10.5 and 23.8 million unique visitors per month for two major dating sites.In other cases, details were blatantly wrong (one said they didn't eat pork for religious reasons, but their stated religion was not one that prohibits any food, let alone pork)--I believe most the profiles were written overseas using Wikipedia, old atlases and other. Not only did I not get a reply, the majority became disabled by the next day; one within the hour.My conclusion is that is a scam; well over 80% of the profiles are fake and/or reactivated cancelled accounts.I like the features of the site and the searching works well.I have bookmarked several members I would like to message. If I contact these members I like with a though provoking email will they contact me back?That was one month prior to Apple’s famous i Phone release.After that, the Internet was accessible everywhere.
Valentine’s Day was approaching, and this city of more than eight million people was feeling oddly lonely.One said that she was now engaged and had "forgotten" about the account, yet she had been active on it until then. During my membership, I started seeing a pattern on accounts coming and going, including the one that interested me, and how they were written.There was also a pattern at home towns which made no sense; in one case, the town's name had been changed and they used the former name from an obviously older map.Turn on the TV and it’s not about kittens being saved from trees, but drive-by shootings.That doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of kittens saved from trees.Dear Geoff, Glad to hear you found someone special, and even happier that you spoke up.