Dating website Plenty Of Fish (POF) has announced a radical rule shake-up to stop 'sleazy' men harassing female members for sex, and to reduce the number of men pretending to be women in order to have 'horny' conversations with other men.
By 2008, Frind had 15 million users, million in revenue and doubled his workforce — to two.The gleaming space could easily house 30 employees, but as Frind strides in, it is eerily quiet -- just a room with new carpets, freshly painted walls, and eight flat-screen computer monitors.Frind drops his bag and plops himself down in front of one of them. There's a 0,000 order waiting for his signature.You contact someone who appears attractive in their photos, only to discover they’re not quite so alluring in person.
But the founder of one of Britain’s biggest dating website has now decided to take radical action to root out fake and sleazy profiles - after revealing that many of the “women” who use the hook-ups section of his site are actually men in disguise.
“We are thrilled to be joining forces with Match,” Frind said in a statement.