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SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: October 5 – 9

SkaDate Dating Software Roundup: October 5 – 9


SkaDate Dating Software Online Dating Roundup: October 5-9Hi everyone, today’s SkaDate Dating Software digest ventures into the territory of safety news and online dating industry tips. For instance, did you know that over the last few days the police called Internet daters to be more cautious, while several news agencies reported about the arrest of the infamous Canadian Black Widow?

On top of that we also have stories about the top 10 promiscuous cities in the US, and the importance of maintaining best quality service possible for achieving long term success. See what else happened in the industry in the last few days, as that is definitely important for admins running their sites on Skadate Dating Script.

Zoosk Hits Trouble as Users Complain About Hidden Costs and Other Issues (The Guardian)
The top complaints include hidden costs, expensive upgrades, low number of users, fake profiles and sent messages, as well as clunky matchmaking system and even poor customer service.

Dating Website Survey Reveals Las Vegas is Among Top 10 Promiscuous Cities in the US (Las Vegas Sun)
Brandon Wade, Founder: “It’s Sin City. We have a culture where whatever happens here stays here. It’s OK to be a little more open about sex here.”

Police Advises Singles to be More Cautious (ABC)
Lucas Cain, Ozark County: “My sister uses it, my brothers have, everyone who has used it has given it a shot and have had some luck. It can be very disarming for people to actually talk face-to-face.  With Internet dating, you can create you own reality.”

Melissa “Internet Black Widow” Weeks Charged with Attempted Murder (Daily News)
Melissa Ann Weeks, 77, nicknamed by authorities the ‘Internet Black Widow,’ was charged Friday with the attempted murder of her current husband — two of her previous husbands died under circumstances that raised suspicion.

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