Tainted Love Secrets of the Dating Game

Panorama exposes the tricks of the UK’s online dating industry, worth millions of pounds a year. Reporter Fiona Walker investigates how some unscrupulous dating websites are preying on those looking for love and searching for their perfect partner. She reveals a world where millions of photos and private details are taken from social media sites without people’s consent and reused to set up fake profiles of imaginary potential partners to tempt the lovelorn. Celebrities, politicians and even children are among those whose personal information has been targeted. Whistle blowers reveal how they create fake profiles and adopt multiple personas to reel in those looking for love – all to boost profits.

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  • wojciech

    How stupid can u be to not know that already

  • bringmeredwine

    6 years ago I used a free site in Canada called Plenty of Fish. Met and chatted with REAL people. Met my boyfriend there and we’ve been together for 5 years. The thing about this site was that married people would join and mislead singles who were looking for a life partner.
    You have to be VERY careful, especially if someone doesn’t post their picture. Can mean they don’t want to get caught in a small town, pretending to be single.

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