Users of online dating site Adult Friend Finder – and the various alternative sites in its network – have been left with concerns after it emerged that the database of almost 4 million records has been hacked and leaked.
Adult Friend Finder…it’s essentially a dating website…with a number of sub-websites within the umbrella, each catering for different bedroom interests.
A companion/dating site for older adults age 50 and over, Stitch launched earlier this year in San Francisco and is accepting signups from users in other areas of the country.
New York City and Los Angeles are up next and will launch when enough people have registered from these areas.
Here are our dating site picks for seniors, 2104 (see our earlier picks here).
We’ve tested the big sites, as well as some promising newcomers.
A recent Pew survey on remarriage found that divorce rates for older Americans have doubled since 1990 and one in two divorced or widowed seniors had remarried in 2013.
“I was seeing that they were accepting payments from many of our competing dating Web sites including Ashley Madison and ” The payments firm ended their relationship only because of the site’s options to seek casual encounters or extramarital affairs, Wade says.
Plenty Of Fish Hacked – AGAIN Tech Crunch reported a Plenty Of Fish hack in January of 2011, and three days ago news came of a new attack.
This latest hack isn’t an attempt to steal user information, but to install malware on their computers.
But in 2007 there was a dispute and Pay Pal stopped accepting payments for membership at that site, although it continued to accept payments for book purchases and other related merchandise on the site.
In 2011, Wade launched Whats Your and that’s when Pay Pal decided to freeze all of his accounts, including his personal one.