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Users of the Guardian’s internet dating website have been bombarded with pornographic spam emails after their details were accidentally leaked.Guardian Soulmates received complaints following the embarrassing glitch in which some customers’ email addresses and user IDs were published on the website.The brand also needed to reflect its premium positioning and be appropriate for a discerning, international audience.We defined Soulmates as a place where like-minded people who share similar passions, pastimes, quirks and irks, connect over the stuff that makes them, them.As of 2012, such users buy credits "priced on a sliding scale, starting at .99 for 20 credits, and going up to 9.99 for 1,000.Each minute of simple, instant messaging-style chatting costs one credit.In the early 1990s when the company first launched, it used catalogs to introduce men to Russian women.
The suspect in the case, Jeffrey Elvington, a 39 year-old male and resident of Saugus, was arrested February 14th, 2013 on felony burglary charges.
The company alleged in a US Federal Court in New York complaint that EM Online had created two websites, and ruadventures.com, to broadcast fabricated, negative testimonials, but the complaint was dismissed.
The site makes money by charging users who want to meet Eastern European women.
“On Twitter, actually” she says, clearly surprising even herself with her answer “which in a way is better.
People only reveal a very specific corner of their personality on dating sites, but on social networks you get to see what they think and feel about a whole range of topics, as well as what their sense of humour is like”.