The Liverpool Echo's news bulletin is now sent three times each day - get it in your inbox for free. Scammers are operating all the time - and people looking for love online can be seen as easy prey. One group who are targeting the most vulnerable people are loan sharks , who set up online dating profiles to lure victims into fake romance relationships and quickly trap them in a dangerous cycle of debt. The England Illegal Money Lending Team IMLT has reported the case of one victim who was tricked into taking out a loan after telling her new love interest about her financial problems. In other cases, victims have been blackmailed on social sites used by the LGBTQ community, by loan sharks threatening to download and share private photographs if they fail to pay their debts. A social media campaign has now been launched to raise awareness of the dangers of loan sharks on dating sites and help prevent people from becoming victims of illegal money lending.
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Sisters Soo, Arum and Dawoon Kang emigrated to America from Korea at an early age, to gain the benefits of a first-class education. Their father worked every available hour to ensure that his three daughters had the best opportunities. His endeavors eventually paid off, they graduated from Harvard, Stanford and The Parsons School of Design respectively, and they all began well-paid careers in their chosen fields. Over lunch one day, the three sisters began discussing dating, and the common problems they had experienced dating online. They all knew the type of dating experience they would rather have, and none of the available sites or apps provided their ideal experience.
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CNBC's Shark Tank has taken entrepreneurs and their pitches to the airwaves, making for some great television. Watching the show, it's obvious that not everyone is cut out for the business world. It takes a lot of patience, time, and of course, money. But in order to succeed, you also need a great idea and know how to pitch it to investors , called "sharks" on the show. Many starry-eyed entrepreneurs who end up on Shark Tank walk away disappointed, unable to win over the sharks.
With as many dating apps as there are, it seems like you should be able to meet every potential fish in the sea. While Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge definitely dominate the scene, there are others offering new and creative ways to find a potential partner. Usually, your dating app matches are based on similar likes and physical attraction, but what if you were matched based on your dislikes instead? That's what the Hater app did — but what happened to it?