Infidelity dating website
The dating site was also seen by the group as promoting “anti-social behaviors” for business purposes.
The company, which has operations in several European countries, Latin America and Brazil is now eyeing India to cash in on the 0 million online dating market in the country.For men, the site offers different subscription packages starting at Rs. When you are married for a few years, you need some excitement which people are now finding online,” said Solène Paillet, 29, head of communications and manager of the all women-team at Gleeden, in a Skype interview from Miami in the US.700.“Because Gleeden is run by women, we think that women should not be paying for the service. Interestingly, the subscription packages for men are not defined by time, but by the number of conversations an individual engages in.The site’s male-to-female ratio (of real humans) is five to one, executives revealed. Have an affair." According to a Gizmodo analysis of the hacked user data, the phony female accounts would initiate chats with men saying things like “Hmmmm, when I was younger I used to sleep with my friend’s boyfriends.I guess old habits die hard although I could never sleep with their husbands.” Ashley Madison rolls out new 'discreet photo' tool Some of the bots would misfire and accidentally chat with gay men, prompting an Avid developer to create the order “Stopped engaging gaymen,” according to Gizmodo’s probe into the sourcecode.